Shri Ganapati Atharvashirsha In English Lyrics With Meaning

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Ganapati Atharvashirsha English Lyrics With Meaning

त्वमेव प्रत्यक्षन् तत्त्वमसि ।
त्वमेव केवलङ् कर्ताङसि ।
त्वमेव केवलन् धर्ताङसि ।
त्वमेव केवलम् हर्ताङसि ।
त्वमेव सर्वङ् खल्विदम् ब्रह्मासि ।
त्वं साक्षादात्माङसि नित्यम् ।।

You are, verily, the Prime Principle. You are verily the unswerving Creator, You are verily the unswerving Upholder. You are verily the unswerving Destroyer. You are verily this assuredly absolute Brahman. You are verily the eternal Self.

ऋतं वच्मि सत्यं वच्मि ॥

I speak Cosmic Law. I speak of the Prime Existence.

अव त्वम् माम् । अव वक्तारम् ।
अव श्रोतारम् । अव दातारम् ।
अव धातारम् । अवानूचानमव शिष्यम् ।

Let That One make me receptive. Let That One make the speaker receptive. Let That One make the listener receptive. Let That One make the donor receptive. Let That One make the supporter receptive. Let That One make the meditative student receptive as well

अव पश्चात्तात् । अव पुरस्तात् ।
अवोत्तरात्तात् । अव दक्षिणात्तात् ।
अव चोध्र्वात्तात् । अवाधरात्तात् ।
सर्वतो माम् पाहि पाहि समन्तात् ।।

Let the one who comes from the west be receptive. Let the one who comes from the east be receptive. Let the one who comes from the north be receptive. Let the one who comes from the south be receptive. Let the one who comes from the higher regions be receptive. Let the one who comes from the lower regions be receptive. Let me perceive those who come all the sides.


One of the most distinctive features of ancient Indian philosophies was the universal approach that they had towards the faiths of different people, periods, and places.

Athrvedic seer speaks of the earth that bears people speaking varied languages and following various religions and seeking wealth flowing in thousands of streams, like a milch-cow that never fails.

They believed the worlds to have One Prime Existence, which the seers fashioning in a various manner, and that the Paths to reach to Perfection are varied, each being as valid as any other.

In the ancient world, there was neither confrontation nor any contemptuous disregard for the beliefs of others.

Attempts were made for continuous concord, with a conscious effort to converge different perceptions in one universal foundation of righteousness – Sanatana Dharma.

The seers of Angira, Atharva, and Bhrigu tribes had traveled distant places and various regions from the Assyria, Sumer, and Mesopotamia in the West to the seashores on the west coast of India, the plains of Punjab, and the banks of the river Sindhu and Sarasvati.

Amongst all the Arya tribes they were the most exposed tribes to diverse faiths and beliefs which ended the Vedic beliefs being universal in outlook.

With such fusion, the Vedic thoughts became transformed into one all-comprehensive way of life and many non-Arya gods and beliefs came to be assimilated in Arya society at the instance of Angiras Atharvan and Bhrigu tribes.

As S. Radhakrishna put it ‘The Vedic religion absorbed, embodied and preserved the types and rituals of other cults. Instead of destroying them, it adapted them to its own requirement. It took so much from the social life of the Dravidians and other native inhabitants of India that it is difficult to disentangle the original Aryan elements from others’.

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AuthorNagesh D Sonde
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