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Introduction

Rigveda 6.47.15

Atharva 6.94

Aapah in Atharvaveda

Single - multiple waters

Polluted waters

Indu

Kabandha

Barhi

Trita

naukaa

nabha

Sindhu

Indra

Vapu

Sukham

Eem

Ahi

Vaama

Satya

Salila

Pavitra

Swah

Udaka

 

Symbolism of waters in Veda

-         Sukarma Pal Singh Tomar

(A thesis accepted by Chauhadry Charan Singh University, Meerut , 1995 AD)

Indra

Indra means that individual soul which is lying scattered in different levels of consciousness, such as gross level, ethereal level, mental level etc. But for drinking soma, it has to converge and enter into the deepest level. That is why, Indra is generally called for drinking of soma from downward and upward directions, and also from the level which lies in the middle of the two the ethereal or life force level. The super mental state of soul/Indra is called Brihaspati, and the combined form of these two is called Indraabrihaspati. When both of them drink soma and at the same time become the root of divine rains, then Indavah enter into them. The super mental state of Indra means that Indra which resides at the highest level of bliss. Indavah reach at this stage after being purified by intermediate levels.

First published on internet : 17-3-2008( Faalguna shukla ekaadashee, Vikrama samvat 2064)