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Hiranyagarbha Suktam

 

o^ hiMraSSSSnMSyaM-gaMrbha  samaAvartaMt greA

bh MtasyaA j Mta  patiMr-ekaA  s.t? |

saM d Adh ra pmthiMv.m dy m uMtem m

kasmaiA deMv yaA haMvia A vidhema || 1 ||

 

yaM  AtmaMd  baAlaMd  yasyaM viavaA

uMp saAte praMaiaaA^ yasyaA deMv   |

yasyaA ch My mmtaM^ yasyaA mmMtyu

kasmaiA deMv yaA haMvia A vidhema || 2 ||

 

ya  pr ASinMto niAmiaaMto maAhiMtvai

kaiMdr j M jagaAto baMbh vaA |

yaM iaeA aMsya dviMpadaMacatuAapadaM

kasmaiA deMv yaA haMvia A vidhema || 3 ||

 

yasyeMme hiMmavaAnto mahiMtv

yasyaA samuMdra^ raMsaAy A saMh hu  |

yasyeMm   praMdiaoM yasyaA b Mhu

kasmaiA deMv yaA haMvia A vidhema || 4 ||

 

yenaM dyaur-uMgr  pmAthiMv. caA driMh

yenaM svaA stabhiMta^yenaM n kaA  |

yo aMntariAkaeM rajaAso viMm naM

kasmaiA deMv yaA haMvia A vidhema || 5 ||

 

ya^ krandaAs.M avaAs  tastabh Mne

aMbhyaikaeAt Mm manaAs M rejaAm ne |

yatr  dhiM s raM udiAto viMbh tiM

kasmaiA deMv yaA haMvia A vidhema || 6 ||

 

 poA haM yad bmAhaMt.r viavaAm yaMn

garbhaM^ dadh An  jaMnayaAnt.r aMgnim |

taMtoA deMv n M^ samaAvartaMt suMrekaM

kasmaiA deMv yaA haMvia A vidhema || 7 ||

 

yaaciMd  poA mahiMn  paMryapaAayaMd

dakaaM^ dadh An  jaMnayaAnt.r yaMjsam |

yo deMveavadhiA deMvaM eka  s.Mt?

kasmaiA deMv yaA haMvia A vidhema || 8 ||

 

m  noA hi^sij janiMt  ya  pmAthiMvy

yo v M divaA^ saMtyadhaArm  jaMj naA |

yaa c Mpaa caMndr  bmAhaMt.r jaMj naM

kasmaiA deMv yaA haMvia A vidhema || 9 ||

 

praMj ApateM na tvadeMt nyaMnyo                         

viav A j Mt niM pariM t  babh Ava |

yaMt-k Am ste juhuMmastannoA astu

vaMya^ sy AmaM pataAyo ray.Mnam || 10 ||

 

 "To which Lord should we offer oblations in sacrifice? To He that in the beginning created the golden womb, who from the beginning was the Supreme Lord of all creation and held the earth and the heavenly planets firmly. (1)

 

To which Lord should we offer oblations in sacrifice?  To He who is the giver of life, strength and vigour. Whose order all the demigods wait upon. He whose protection is immortality and whose non-protection is death. (2)

 

To which Lord should we offer oblations in sacrifice? He who by His greatness is the Sole controller in creation of breath and the flickering of the eye. He who is the Lord of all bi-peds and quadrupeds.(3)

 

To which Lord should we offer oblations in sacrifice? He by whose might the great Himalayas stand, and by whose might this earth floats in the ocean, and whose arms are the directions.(4)

 

 To which Lord should we offer oblations in sacrifice? By Whom the heavens have become fierce and the earth firm. By Whom the sun and the firmament were supported and Who is the measurer of the regions in between. (5)

 

To which Lord should we offer oblations in sacrifice? He whom challenging armies have looked up to, being supported by His favour, yet trembling in their minds and depending upon He who orders the sun to rise and shine.(6)

 

To which Lord should we offer oblations in sacrifice?  He who is the sole breath of the  demigods,coming from the mighty waters when they spread everywhere, accepting Him as their germ and generating fire.(7)

 

To which Lord should we offer oblations in sacrifice? He who watched while the waters held in themselves that transcendental power and generated sacrifice for the demigods and who among them is the only Supreme Lord.(8)

 

To which Lord should we offer oblations in sacrifice? That Lord who does not injure us and is the creator of the earth and of unfailing laws, creating the heavenly planets and the great waters.(9)

 

O master of all creatures, there is no one besides You. The Lord has encompassed everything with desires we have sacrificed unto You. May those desires be fulfilled. May we become the masters of spiritual wealth.(10) "