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Yad ........... Rebhaha |’ 10 – 87 – 13 ‘Yad Vachastrushtam Janayant Rebhaha | 10.87.13

(The Singers commit mistakes in pronunciation)

Every deed of the Aryans, is correct, sweet, and having good taste. They were experts of all knowledges, and devoted servants. Taking into consideration, their unlimited Scientific view, even in the field of Fine Arts, I would like to state, that they were first – class Artists. These sentences of Rigveda, clearly indicate, how much progressed they were, in the fields of Musical Instruments, dance and Music. First of all, we will consider their thoughts about Instruments, then the Dance, and in the end, the Music; and thus conclude, their expertise in Arts.

The Aryans of Rigveda have stated –
- Musical Instruments (Vadhya) - Rugvaidik – Aarya Kahate The
|| Vadhya ||

(1) Abhi Vanasya Saptadhaturijjanaha | 10.32.4 – The seven strings of ‘Veena’, produce seven TUNES.
(2) Aaghatibhiriv Dhavayan | 10.146.2 – In wild forests, the sound similar to Veena, is reverberated.
(3) Iyamasya Dhamyate Nadirayam Girbhi Parishkrutaha | 10.135.5 – The strings of Veena are well set, to produce proper tune.
(4) Durmarsha Sakam Pra Vadanti Wanam | 9.961.5 – The sacrificing priests play Veena Collectively, for the SOM.
(5) Yadutpatan Vadasi Karkariryatha | 2.43.3 – O’ bird, while flying you are speaking, just like the Veena (Bin)

DANCE :-
After the musical Instruments, we must consider the thoughts of the Avyans on Dance. The Avyans of Rigveda say –

1) Adhi Peshansi Vapate Nrutu Riv | 1.92.4 – Usha expresses herself , in different forms like the Dancer.

2) Apornate Vaksha Ustreva Barjaham | 1.92.4 – Like the Cow, Usha keeps open her breasts.

3) Akhare Krushna Ishira Anartishuhu | 10.94.5 – The black deers dance here and there, near their living place.

4) Adhyoshyantaha Pruthivimupabdibhihi | 10.94.4 – The dancer makes the Earth melodious by his feet.

5) Indra Yatha Hryasti Te Paritam Nruto Shawaha | 8.24.9 – ‘O’ – Dancer – Indra, your sacrifice (yagnya) is Agharshaniya! (frictionless)

6) Usha Hastreva Ni Rinite Apsaha | 1.124.6 – Usha, expresses her beauty like the Dancer.

7) Pracho Agam Nrutaye Hasay | 10.18.3 – We have come ahead (forward) for Dance & entertainment.

8) Martaschid Vo Nrutavo Rukmavakshas ............Bhratrutwamayati | 8.20.22 – ‘O’ Ornamented Dancer marut, (men/humans) People are interested to become your friends.

9) Mahi Dashushe Nruto, Vajrena Dashushe Nruto | 1.130.7 – ‘O’ Dancer, Indra you have broken the cities of (Braj) enemies, for great donator (Dani Veer)

10) Sanrabhya Dhiraha Swasrubhiranartishuhu | 10.94.4 – The Vidwans dance holding the hands of sisters.

11) Swarum Na Peshe Vidatheshvajan | 1.92.5 – USHA adorns her beauty, just like the sacrificial Altar.

12) Suparna Vachamkratop Dhyavi | 10.94.5 – The birds sang sweet music in the Sky.

Now, after the Dance, let us get some knowledge about the Music, of Rigvedic Aryans, and experience, what type of Music was prevailing then.

MUSIC :-
The Aryans’ musical knowledge was extra Ordinary. SAMVED is full of music, totally based on music. (Which is explained by Shri. Krishna in Gita, as his identity). This music is since the time, when Nobody was knowing what is ‘Sa – Re – Ga – Ma – Pa – Dha – Ni – Sa’ except Indians, only the refined persons knew, to rhyme on the ‘Sam’. Let us see vaidic Rucha’s regarding knowledge of Arya Music :-

1) Shatam Venuna | 8.55.3 – Indra gave hundred flutes – means he gave the meditation power.

2) Yen Jyotirjanayan Vrutavrudhaha | 8.89.2 – Wind (air) blows the flame by music – It means warriors aroused our souls by Music.

3) Bruhadindraya Gayat, Maruto Vrutrahantamam | 8.89.1 – ‘O’ Marut sing, ‘Vrutranashak Bruhat’ for Indra – means Accept the warriors’ spirits with great delight.

4) Sakhaya Aa Ni Shidat, Punanaya Pra Gayat | 9.104.2 – ‘O’ friends – sit and sing chorus for holy SOM (God) means – Chant the ‘Alha – Udal’ of the Great poet Jaganik.

5) Sakhayo Madaya, Punanmabhi Gayat | 9.105.1 – ‘O’ – friends you sing, the Holy SOM for happiness – means ‘Madhurim Mugdha Chali Piya-Ghar Chumban’

6) Pra Stoshadup Gasishat, Shravat Sam Giyamanam | 8.81.5 – Let the Indra, listen to our stotras & SAM. (Music).

7) Pra Gayatren Gayat, Pavmanam Vicharshanim | 9.60.1 – Sing the ‘SAM’ in Gayatri metre (Chhand) for the ‘SOM’.

8) Pra Gayatabhyarcham Dewan | 9.97.4 – For ‘SOM’ – Sing, SAM (Music) in Gayatri METRE.

9) Pidga Pari Chanishkadad, Indraya Bramhyodhyatam | 8.69.9 – ‘PINGA’ – Musical instrument is playing SAM (GAN) music for Indra.

10) Gayanti Twa Gayatrinaha | 1.10.1 – They Praise the Genius Indra, who are specialists in Gayatri – Metre.

11) Gaya Gayatramukhthayam | 1.38.14 – Sing the stotras, made in Gayatri METRE for Marut Ganas (Vayu).

12) Ubhe Vachau Vadati Samaga Iwa, Gayatram Cha Treshtubham Cha | 2.43.1 – They sing the Mantras of Trishtup and Gayatri metres during SAM (GAN) Music.

13) Udgatev Shakune Sam Gayasi | 2.43.2 – ‘O’ – bird, your voice is Sweet like a man who sings SAM (GAN) Music.

14) Indraya Sam Gayat, Vipraya Bruhatebruhat | 2.98.1 – Sing, the ‘Brihat’ named SAM, for Genius Indra.

15) Awa Swarati Gargaro, Gadha Pari Sanishwanat | 8.69.9 – The GARGAR musical instrument is ringing & the noise of Veena is coming.

CONCLUSIONS :-

This is the love of Rigvediya Aryans towards Modern Art, which includes, knowledge of Musical Instruments, Dance Rituals & Musical Science on the TOP. Music helps in God’s meditation. By PRAISE & Prayers, God becomes happy. By raising head up with pride, the prayer sings,
"Abhitwa Shur Nonum" (6.32.22) Arthat He Veer – Ish | Ham Tumhe Pranam Karte Hai | Arya

Means :- ‘O’ mighty God, we salute you. The Aryans believed in only one God & except him they never prayed any other – "Ma Chidanyad Vi Shansat" (8.1.1) Aise – Our ancestor Aryans were like that and they bowed down their head only in front of God.


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 Title : MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS DANCE AND MUSIC IN RIGVEDA Author : Mr Rasik Bihari Manjul

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Yad ........... Rebhaha |’ 10 – 87 – 13 ‘Yad Vachastrushtam Janayant Rebhaha | 10.87.13

(The Singers commit mistakes in pronunciation)

Every deed of the Aryans, is correct, sweet, and having good taste. They were experts of all knowledges, and devoted servants. Taking into consideration, their unlimited Scientific view, even in the field of Fine Arts, I would like to state, that they were first – class Artists. These sentences of Rigveda, clearly indicate, how much progressed they were, in the fields of Musical Instruments, dance and Music. First of all, we will consider their thoughts about Instruments, then the Dance, and in the end, the Music; and thus conclude, their expertise in Arts.

The Aryans of Rigveda have stated –
- Musical Instruments (Vadhya) - Rugvaidik – Aarya Kahate The
|| Vadhya ||

(1) Abhi Vanasya Saptadhaturijjanaha | 10.32.4 – The seven strings of ‘Veena’, produce seven TUNES.
(2) Aaghatibhiriv Dhavayan | 10.146.2 – In wild forests, the sound similar to Veena, is reverberated.
(3) Iyamasya Dhamyate Nadirayam Girbhi Parishkrutaha | 10.135.5 – The strings of Veena are well set, to produce proper tune.
(4) Durmarsha Sakam Pra Vadanti Wanam | 9.961.5 – The sacrificing priests play Veena Collectively, for the SOM.
(5) Yadutpatan Vadasi Karkariryatha | 2.43.3 – O’ bird, while flying you are speaking, just like the Veena (Bin)

DANCE :-
After the musical Instruments, we must consider the thoughts of the Avyans on Dance. The Avyans of Rigveda say –

1) Adhi Peshansi Vapate Nrutu Riv | 1.92.4 – Usha expresses herself , in different forms like the Dancer.

2) Apornate Vaksha Ustreva Barjaham | 1.92.4 – Like the Cow, Usha keeps open her breasts.

3) Akhare Krushna Ishira Anartishuhu | 10.94.5 – The black deers dance here and there, near their living place.

4) Adhyoshyantaha Pruthivimupabdibhihi | 10.94.4 – The dancer makes the Earth melodious by his feet.

5) Indra Yatha Hryasti Te Paritam Nruto Shawaha | 8.24.9 – ‘O’ – Dancer – Indra, your sacrifice (yagnya) is Agharshaniya! (frictionless)

6) Usha Hastreva Ni Rinite Apsaha | 1.124.6 – Usha, expresses her beauty like the Dancer.

7) Pracho Agam Nrutaye Hasay | 10.18.3 – We have come ahead (forward) for Dance & entertainment.

8) Martaschid Vo Nrutavo Rukmavakshas ............Bhratrutwamayati | 8.20.22 – ‘O’ Ornamented Dancer marut, (men/humans) People are interested to become your friends.

9) Mahi Dashushe Nruto, Vajrena Dashushe Nruto | 1.130.7 – ‘O’ Dancer, Indra you have broken the cities of (Braj) enemies, for great donator (Dani Veer)

10) Sanrabhya Dhiraha Swasrubhiranartishuhu | 10.94.4 – The Vidwans dance holding the hands of sisters.

11) Swarum Na Peshe Vidatheshvajan | 1.92.5 – USHA adorns her beauty, just like the sacrificial Altar.

12) Suparna Vachamkratop Dhyavi | 10.94.5 – The birds sang sweet music in the Sky.

Now, after the Dance, let us get some knowledge about the Music, of Rigvedic Aryans, and experience, what type of Music was prevailing then.

MUSIC :-
The Aryans’ musical knowledge was extra Ordinary. SAMVED is full of music, totally based on music. (Which is explained by Shri. Krishna in Gita, as his identity). This music is since the time, when Nobody was knowing what is ‘Sa – Re – Ga – Ma – Pa – Dha – Ni – Sa’ except Indians, only the refined persons knew, to rhyme on the ‘Sam’. Let us see vaidic Rucha’s regarding knowledge of Arya Music :-

1) Shatam Venuna | 8.55.3 – Indra gave hundred flutes – means he gave the meditation power.

2) Yen Jyotirjanayan Vrutavrudhaha | 8.89.2 – Wind (air) blows the flame by music – It means warriors aroused our souls by Music.

3) Bruhadindraya Gayat, Maruto Vrutrahantamam | 8.89.1 – ‘O’ Marut sing, ‘Vrutranashak Bruhat’ for Indra – means Accept the warriors’ spirits with great delight.

4) Sakhaya Aa Ni Shidat, Punanaya Pra Gayat | 9.104.2 – ‘O’ friends – sit and sing chorus for holy SOM (God) means – Chant the ‘Alha – Udal’ of the Great poet Jaganik.

5) Sakhayo Madaya, Punanmabhi Gayat | 9.105.1 – ‘O’ – friends you sing, the Holy SOM for happiness – means ‘Madhurim Mugdha Chali Piya-Ghar Chumban’

6) Pra Stoshadup Gasishat, Shravat Sam Giyamanam | 8.81.5 – Let the Indra, listen to our stotras & SAM. (Music).

7) Pra Gayatren Gayat, Pavmanam Vicharshanim | 9.60.1 – Sing the ‘SAM’ in Gayatri metre (Chhand) for the ‘SOM’.

8) Pra Gayatabhyarcham Dewan | 9.97.4 – For ‘SOM’ – Sing, SAM (Music) in Gayatri METRE.

9) Pidga Pari Chanishkadad, Indraya Bramhyodhyatam | 8.69.9 – ‘PINGA’ – Musical instrument is playing SAM (GAN) music for Indra.

10) Gayanti Twa Gayatrinaha | 1.10.1 – They Praise the Genius Indra, who are specialists in Gayatri – Metre.

11) Gaya Gayatramukhthayam | 1.38.14 – Sing the stotras, made in Gayatri METRE for Marut Ganas (Vayu).

12) Ubhe Vachau Vadati Samaga Iwa, Gayatram Cha Treshtubham Cha | 2.43.1 – They sing the Mantras of Trishtup and Gayatri metres during SAM (GAN) Music.

13) Udgatev Shakune Sam Gayasi | 2.43.2 – ‘O’ – bird, your voice is Sweet like a man who sings SAM (GAN) Music.

14) Indraya Sam Gayat, Vipraya Bruhatebruhat | 2.98.1 – Sing, the ‘Brihat’ named SAM, for Genius Indra.

15) Awa Swarati Gargaro, Gadha Pari Sanishwanat | 8.69.9 – The GARGAR musical instrument is ringing & the noise of Veena is coming.

CONCLUSIONS :-

This is the love of Rigvediya Aryans towards Modern Art, which includes, knowledge of Musical Instruments, Dance Rituals & Musical Science on the TOP. Music helps in God’s meditation. By PRAISE & Prayers, God becomes happy. By raising head up with pride, the prayer sings,
"Abhitwa Shur Nonum" (6.32.22) Arthat He Veer – Ish | Ham Tumhe Pranam Karte Hai | Arya

Means :- ‘O’ mighty God, we salute you. The Aryans believed in only one God & except him they never prayed any other – "Ma Chidanyad Vi Shansat" (8.1.1) Aise – Our ancestor Aryans were like that and they bowed down their head only in front of God.


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