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1. "asidagre sadevedam bhuvanam svapnavat punah
sasarja sarvam sankalpamatrena paramesvarah"

In the beginning, there was
Non-existence indeed!
Dream-wise then again, by mere willing
Everything existent created He, the Lord supreme.

AGRE, in the beginning (before creation),
IDAM BHUVANAM, this world,
ASAD EVA, even as nothingness ( as non-existence, indeed),
ASID, existed,


Based on the known
This knowledge is seen as seven and one, making eight.
Knowledge, thus will become known separately.
And this is only true when unfurled.


Realization is not a theoretical possibility of an after-death “immortality”. For men and women the actualisation and realization of the self should have a one-to-one correspondence in the here and now of life.


Such a cognizer who knows that knowledge is,
Knows also that he is the knower of it,
Thus (based on subjective consciousness) knowledge is eight fold:
Knowledge is one, knower is another and six being objective knowledges.



Thuswise knowledge also proceeds
To fill the knower .
Thereafter one spark of this knowledge
Falls into one category of the known and splits into five.



What is Knowledge- you are that.
It is by investing your own knowledge that it becomes the known.
What is known here is of two classes :
One is conscious of knowing and the other is not conscious of the same.


By eliminating the duality between the known and the knowledge , self-identity has now become expansive to include the knower as the core and the known as its continuing radiance or illumination. This can be better understood in the light of the first verse of the


What remains as knowledge of knowledge
And makes known here, we are that.
Considering thus, to which category does knowledge belong?
Ans how does it function and what is that is called the known?



On that occasion when knowledge is not functioning
The known too is totally consumed;
In functional knowledge what is there not known?
And as for knowledge, how could it arise at all?


Verse- 9

There is a habitation for knowledge.
The known has no habitation distinct from that.
If so, when cogitated on
How can the knowledge enter the known?


Verse- 8

Even from the time of the occurance of knowledge, “This” also exists.
As knowledge is the real, when can “This” disjunctly exist?
An item of knowledge has no separate existence apart from knowledge which is one,
So what is there other than knowledge?