Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 21 Oct 2011 12:55 and updated at 21 Oct 2011 12:55


BrihadArUpa1 11 In the beginning this (the Kshatriya and other castes) was indeed Brahman, one only. Being one, he did not flourish. He specially projected an excellent form, the Kshatriya those who are Kshatriyas among the Devas Indra, Varuna, the Moon, Rudra, Parjanya, Yama, Death, and Isana. Therefore there is none higher than the Kshatriya. Hence the Brahmana worships the Kshatriya from a lower position in the Rajasuya sacrifice. He imparts that glory to the Kshatriya. The Brahmana is the source of the Kshatriya. Therefore, although the king attains supremacy (in the sacrifice), at the end of it he resorts to the Brahmana, his source. He who slights the Brahmana, strikes at his own source. He becomes more wicked, as one is by slighting one s superior.
BrihadArUpa2 2 These seven Devas that prevent decay worship it Through these pink lines in the eye Rudra attends on it; through the water that is in the eye, Parjanya; through the pupil, the Sun; through the dark portion, fire; through the white portion, Indra; through the lower eye lid the Earth attends on it; and through the upper eye lid, Heaven. He who knows it as such never has any decrease of food.

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