(39) BHADRADHI SHREYAHA PREMI BRIHASPATIHI PURAETA TE ASTU |
May you be benefited more than merely attaining happiness, and may the scholar be your guide and leader.
It is preferable that humans rather than indulging in material happiness, should follow the path of spiritual growth. To attaint this we should stay in the tutelage of a learned teacher or Guru. In this way we can liberate ourselves by realizing the true self.
(40) TAM SAVITAHA SATYAMSAVA SUCHITRABHA HAM VRINE SUMATI VISHWARAM |
YAMASYA KANVO ADUHATPRAPINAM SAHASRA DHARAMA MAHISHO BHAGAYA |
O Lord! I accept the greatness, the truth of the mightiest, the most knowledgeable, who believes in the welfare of all. I accept that knowledge that is acquired by scholars.
It is imperative that one engages in self-study to acquire maximum knowledge. The mind becomes enkindled because of knowledge and all the good qualities and powers emanate from the mind.
(41) AKSHYAO NAO MADHU SANKASHE ANIKAM NAO SAMANJANAM |
ANTAHA KRINUSHVA MAM HRIDI MAN INNAO SAHASATI|
May our eyes (of husband/wife) be full of love and affection. May our eyes be embellished with collyrium. May there be a sense of caring and may our relations be cordial and peaceful.
May the relation of the husband and wife always be cordial and loving. May there be no discord or hatred anger in the relation. The eyes should be pure, impeccable and chaste.
Collyrium (Anjan) keeps the eyes healthy while knowledge makes vision all the more pure and clear. May they dwell eternally in each other's heart. May there be unison of thoughts and feeling towards each other.
(42) BODHASHCHA TVA PRATIBODHASHCHA RAKSHATAMA SWAPNASHCHA TVANAVADRANASHCH RAKSHTAM |
GOPAYANSHCHA TVA JAGRIVISHSHCHA RAKSHATAMA|
May knowledge and science protect you. May he who is always awake and fearless, protect you, may the protector and he who is enlightened, protect you.
Knowledge, alertness, fearlessness and enlightenment help to us to be awake and protect ourselves. He who acquires knowledge should bring it into use so that he attains the desired fruit. Knowledge that creates mere illusion is not anything but deception. By realizing the real truth we can become healthier and can be blessed by a long life. Therefore we should adhere to the above mentioned rules and work incessantly to accomplish our desires.
(43) A RABHASVEMAM AMRITASYA SHNUSHTIMI CHCHIDYAMANA JARADASHTIRASTU TEI ANSUTA AYUHU PUNARA BHADAMI RAJASTAMOM MOPA GA MA PRA MESHTHAHA I
May you start drinking the elixir of life so that you are blessed with a long life. I fill your life and prana with you again. May you go towards knowledge and enlightenment and may you never cease to exist.
Here the diseased is telling us that we should drink the elixir of life so that we become healthy and long lived. They, who go towards ignorance and superficial pleasure, die early. To be blessed with a long life it is imperative that we become mentally and physically strong. We should do all that makes our mind and body healthy and energetic.
(44) A JIHVAYA MURADEVANTABHASAVA KRAVYADO VRISHTVAPI DHATSVASAN |
Emancipate the stupid through the tongue in form of a flame and eat up all those violent people who eat flesh.
Here we see that the scholar is told to sermon the stupid and enlighten them and to dissuade the violent from cruelty. By doing so our society shall become noble and peaceful.
(45) SUVIJNANAM CHIKITESHU JANAYA SACCHASACCHA VACHASI PARASPRIDHATE |
TYORYATSATYAM YATARAHAJIYASTADIT SOMOAUATI HANTYASAT |
For the person who acquires knowledge this is considered as special knowledge that there is incessant tug-of-war or competition between truth and untruth. The Soma God protects all that is truthful and straightforward and destroys all that is untruth.
God only protects all that which is pure and truthful, what is not righteous shall always cease. It should never be forgotten that truth is always victorious.
(46) ULUKAYATUM SHUSHULAKAYATUM JAHI SHWAYATUMUT KOKAYATUM |
SUPARNAYATUMUT GRIDHRAYATUM VRISHDEVA PRE MRINA RAKSHA INDRA
O Indra, destroy all those people and demons the way people kill birds, who are lustful as birds, angry alike the wolves, greedy alike the vultures, enticed or attached alike the owls, proud alike the eagle, and the jealous alike the dogs.
We should destroy all those who are lustful, angry, greedy, enticed, proud and jealous.
We should strictly abhor such people otherwise it would be detrimental.