Go through below also…. (But, the irony is that no one would ever know it by reading our ANANDA MARGA books– because, knowingly, many words never got printed in the published version of many Discourses in EE6/7. 

And verily, who knows where else such editors and publishers might have failed to print Bábá’s actual words – I feel and realize, it is due to personal Western materialistic imposition of religious doctrine which has deeply entered in every pore of their heart that makes them not to accept BA’BA’s Ideas and HIS Works and HIS Mission in true sense. 

They don’t understand who is BA’BA’ and they are in verge of distorting the whole works of ANANDA MARGA Publication which have already been done in EE 6 & EE 7? 

Surely, the more we look the more deletions we will find and distortions like writing Vaedic varnamala etc…

You see about this Discourse in Salem, INDIA where BA’BA’ is speaking absolutely perfect English and so clear from audio tape, which is in our unit and I have heard thousand & one times this very Discourse, which has been typed below for you all to know the Original Discourse of Beloved Preceptor SHRII SHRII ANANDAMURTI.

 BÁBÁ’s archive and Publication work has been handed over to such nasty demonic people; who is ruining and wants to destroy BÁBÁ’s Mission; distorting it by their destructive tendencies from grass root level to Global level.

Never will Spiritual aspirants learnt a lesson; this religious blind minded supporters will support such works and allow BÁBÁ’s ideas Religiously Westernized or Capitalize, it is a badly shameful… really a shameful act whosoever is presenting and will be presenting BA’BA’ AND HIS ANY WORKS representing in the name of AM publication or any future Electronic edition …)

BE FREE FROM ALL COMLEXES - Original Discourse on 26 September, 1979, morning, CARACAS, VENEZUELA.

SAVITR Rk – Purely Original Discourse on 8 December, 1964, Salem, TAMIL NADU STATE OF INDIA. 

SAVITR RK”[purely Original Discourse]


 8 December 1964, Salem, INDIA

In ancient times, there were two recognized stages in the process of Initiation.

Those two recognized stages were the first one was Vaedikii Diikśá, that is, initiation as per the Vaedik school of thought, and the second one was Tántrikii Diikśá, that is, Initiation as per Tantra.

The most important Mantra in Vaedikii Diikśá was “Gáyattrii Mantra”.

The spirit of Vaedikii Diikśá was to pray to God for getting the proper path, the Path of Bliss; and

The spirit of Tántrikii Diikśá was to move along that Path.

In the first phase the aspirant requested the Lord to show him the path, and in the second phase the Sádhaka had to move along that Path.

So after getting Tántrikii Diikśá the Sádhaka may be do according to the dictates of Vaedika Diikśá.

And this “Gáyattrii Mantra” was the most important Mantra in Vaedikii Diikśá.

Now, what’s the meaning of Gáyattrii?

It is common error to say that, that Mantra is “Gáyattrii Mantra”; because Gáyattrii is not the name of any Mantra, it is the name of a Chanda.

In the Vedas, there are seven recognized Chandas, that is, seven recognized Rhythms.

These Rhythms are Gáyattrii, Usniik, Trist́up, Anust́up, Brhatii, Jagati, and Paunkti.

So Gáyattrii is a chanda, Gáyattrii is a Rhythm, and not a Mantra.

And this particular Mantra of Vaedikii Diikśá was composed in Gáyattrii chanda.

The specialty, the special feature, of Gáyattrii chanda is that it requires twenty three(23) syllables.

So Composed a Poem in Gáyattrii chanda, and there should be three lines having eight syllables in each line — three into eight(3X8) – twenty-four syllables(24).

For each and every Mantra of the Vedas, there were three requisite factors, three Essentialities.

These three Essentialities are Chanda, Rśi, and a Devatá.

Chanda means the Rhythm in which that Mantra is composed.

Here in the case of this particular Mantra, the Chanda is Gáyattrii.

Gayantaḿ tarayet yastu — “By Singing which one can get the path of Liberation” is Gáyattrii.

Gayat – Gae dhatu shatr trae dhatu d́a uniip – Gayattrii.

Do you follow?

Here the chanda is Gáyattrii, then the next requisite factor is Devatá, and third one is Rśi.

Devatá – In a Mantra, a particular word has been used for the God, and according to that word that is, that name the Mantra is to be named.

In this particular Mantra, God has been addressed by the word Savitá – Tat Savitur Varenyam. “Savitá”.

Hence the name, the official name of this Mantra is “Savitr Rk”.

Rk is the name of a Mantra of “Rk Veda”.

So the name of this particular Rk is “Savitr Rk” named after Savitá.

The word “Savitá” has been used in this Mantra for God.

And the third requisite factor is Rśi. Rśi means he who composed that Mantra.

We won’t say, we shouldn’t say that he who

knows the Mantra because the Vaedik Rśi’s

were Illiterate, they couldn’t write. 

The Vaedik people of Central Asia who came

to India were Illiterate; they had no script of

their own.


They learnt how to write from

the Indigenous population of

India, that is, from the


Saḿskrta language has got no Script of its own.

Saḿskrta is written in various scripts of different portions of India.

In Punjab and Kashmir, Saḿskrta has written in Sharada script, Saḿskrta has got no script of its own.

In Bengal and Assam and Manipur and Tripura it is written in Bengali script.

In North Bihar it is written in Maethili script, in Orissa in Utkal script.

In Andhra in Telugu script.

In Madras in Granthaksaram, Granthalipi.

Saḿskrta has no script of its own.

It is during British period that in order to standardize Saḿskrta education; they used Devanagari script in prescribed books of universities and colleges.

Devanagari is not the script of Saḿskrta. 

So those Vaedik Rśi’s were illiterate. 

They composed those songs, those Vaedik hymns, and his disciples learnt it by hearing through Shruti – Shruti means ear — and that’s why the Vedas are also known as Shruti.

So the Rśi of a Mantra is called in Vaedik language is called Drast́a Rsi: drsh dhatu + trc prathama, ek vacana - singular number.

Drast́a means “seer”, he who saw that truth in his mental eye is the seer of a Mantra.

So each and every Vaedik Mantra will have a seer Rśi.

Rśi means “cultured people”.

So here in this particular Mantra, the seer Rśi is Vishvamitra.

In this particular Mantra, chanda, the first requisite factor the chanda is Gáyattrii.

It has been taken from third mand́ala, tenth adhyaya of Rk Veda.

It is the 52 Rk.

The chanda is Gáyattrii, the Devatá is Savitá, hence it is “Savitr Rk”, and the Rśi is Vishvamitra.

As I have already told you that the specialty of Gáyattrii chanda is that there should be three lines, and there should be eight syllables in each and every line.

Here the original Mantra is Tat Savitur varenyam; Bhargo devasya Dhiimahi dhiyo yo nah pracodayat.

Auḿ bhur bhuvah svah Aum is of later addition.

This portion is taken from Atharva Veda.

It is not part of the original Rk Veda Mantra.

Here in this Mantra the first line is Tat Savitur varenyam.

Now, Mantra — What is the meaning of Mantra?

Mananat tarayet yastu.

Manana” means “chanting Internally”; “speaking Internally”, “speaking Mentally”, is Manana.

Mananat tarayet yastu. By chanting internally a Mantra, one can get oneself liberated.

And that’s why it is called Mantra.

Mananat — “by chanting Internally” — tarayet yastu– “that which Liberates” — is Man-tra.

Man + trae + d́a – d́a is the suffix, the Saḿskrta suffix.

So first line is Tat Savitur varenyam;

second line is Bhargo devasya dhiimahi and

third line is dhiyo yo nah pracodayat;

The first line is Tat Savitur varenyam.

The second line is bhargo devasya dhiimahi go on counting:

bhar — go — de – va — sya — dhii — ma — hi — eight syllables.

And third one is dhi — ya — yo — nah — pra — co — da — ya’t — eight syllables.

But in the first line, go on counting: Tat — Sa — vi — tur — va — re — n’yam — seven syllables.

As per Vaedik Rśis, wherever there is any clash between Grammar and Rhythm, grammar and chanda, chanda should win, and not the Grammar.

So here for the sake of Chanda, the Mantra is to be in three steps.

So we should pronounce like this: Tat — Sa — vi — tur– va — re — n’i – am — Eight syllables.

So the correct pronunciation of the Mantra will be “Auḿ bhur bhuvah svah Aum Tat Savitur varenyam – not varen’yam – va — re – n’i — am–

Bhargo devasya dhiimahi

Dhiyo yo nah pracodayat Aum.

Do you follow?

Now “Aum”.

What’s the meaning of “Aum”?

Wherever there is an action, certain vibrations are created.

And wherever there is any vibration, there is a wave, sound is created, colour is created.

As for each and every action, there is a corresponding vibration, a corresponding sound.

You are walking — khat’-khat’-khat’-khat’, t’ap-t’ap-t’ap-t’ap sound is created.

That sound is the vibrational sound of that action of walking.

You are laughing — the sound ha’-ha’-ha’-ha’ will be created, so the sound ha’-ha’-ha’-ha’ is the vibrational representation of the action of laughing.

So these vibrational sounds of an action is called “Acoustic root”.

So ha’-ha’-ha’-ha’ is the Acoustic root of the action of laughing, and khat’- khat’-khat’-khat’ is the Acoustic root of the action of walking.

This Acoustic root is called “Biija Mantra” in Saḿskrta.

Biija Mantra” in Saḿskrta.

Now, when this Universe was created by the Macrocosmic Self, certainly there is creation, that the desire of creation was created a particular wave in Macropsychic body — “I’ll create something” — this desire was created — and this Psychic action certainly created some Psychic sound within the mind of the Supreme Self.

So the Acoustic root of the desire of Creation, desire of Creation within the mind of the Macrocosm created the sound aaaa-a-a-a-a-a.

A is the Acoustic root of Creation.

A is the acoustic root of the action of creation — do you follow? Do you follow?

Wherever there is an action, some vibration, there is vibration, wherever there is vibration there is sound.

When that Macrocosmic Self created this universe, during the phase of creation certain vibration was created in His mind, and that vibration created certain sound.

That sound of creation is “A”.

A is the acoustic root of creation, A is the Biija Mantra of creation.

A is the first sound of creation, Hence A is the first letter of the Tantrika Varnamala “A”.

What is the first letter? “A”.

A is the first letter. A is the first letter of Indo-Aryan script.

In other script also, in Roman script A is first later, In Hebrew and Greek – alpha is the first letter; and then in sister language – Arabic – aliph is the first letter.

A is the first letter because A is the Phase of Creation.

Then after creation, what you are to preserve that Creation being, you are preserve the Creation.

After the birth of a child, you have to preserve it; so this preservation is the second phase, and the vibrational sound of this action of preservation is Uuuuuuuu….. .

So u is the acoustic root of Preservation.

A is the acoustic root of srsthi, U is acoustic root of Sthiti, palyan – palyan kriya.

And after creation, in the last phase of this cyclic-order, comes the phase of destruction.

After creation, preservation there will be destruction.

And the acoustic root of destruction is Ma.

Ma is the Biija Mantra of destruction, Ma is the biija Mantra of pralaya, ma is the biija Mantra of pranasha and hence ma is the last letter of the vargiiya varnamala.

The last varga is Pa [phonetic group] . . . and the last letter of Pargiiya varnamala. . is Ma — pa pha ba bha ma.”

So “Ma” is the Biija Mantra of destruction.

So the entire functional business of the Supreme Self is withheld by three sounds – A, U and Ma – A-U-MMM.

Hence this activated Consciousness is represented by the sound AUM.

AUM is the Causal Matrix of this Universe.

And so this AUM now is called “Pranava”.

The Mantra starts with the sound AUM.

Auḿ bhur bhuvah svah AUM

A represents Generation, Creation; U represents Preservation, Operation; and MA represents Destruction.

Generation, Operation and Destruction.

First letter of “Generation” is “G”, first letter of “Operation” is “O”, and first letter of “Destruction” is “D”. G-O-D, GOD.

Auḿ bhur bhuvah svah Auḿ Tat Savitur varenyam… bhur bhuvah svah.

Bhu represents this Mundane manifestations, this world of Physicality and

Bhuvah represents Psychic world and

Svah represents Astral world, Causal world.

You know in the process of creation, in the Extroversive phase they are seven strata, there are seven layers.

From crude to subtle, these layeres are Bhu, Bhuvah, Svaha, Maha, Janah, Tapah, Satya.

Satya loka is the Subtlest loka.

And that’s why in TANTRA it has been said,

Satyaloke Nirákárá mahájyotisvarúpińii

Máyáccháditátmánaḿ cańakákárarúpińii;

Máyábalkalaḿ saḿtyajya dvidhábhinná yadonmukhii

 Shivashakti vibhágena jáyate srśt́ikalpaná”.

Satya loka is the subtlest loka.

Loka means stratum.

There are Seven strata.

Bhur, Bhuvah, Svaha, Maha, Janah, Tapah, Satya.

And the collective name for these Seven strata is “Maha prayeshu”.

Mahaprayeshu” that is those “Saptarśi”.

Auḿ bhur bhuvah svah Aum –

That is, here in this Mantra, the God has been addressed by the term Savitá.

Savitá means “Su” the root verb in Saḿskrta, “Su” means “to create”.

Su”kri prathama ek vacana Savitá.

Savitá means Creator.

Savitá means Father.

Father of what?

Father of this Seven strata.

Father of this Seven Loka. Do you follow?

Auḿ bhur bhuvah svah Aum ;Tat Savitur varenyam; Bhargo devasya dhiimahi

Bhúr bhuvah svah maha janah tapah satya asya saptalokasya savitur devasya, pitur devasya, bhargao, vareńyam bhargo, pújaniiyam bhargo pújaniiyam jyoti, jeevaniyam ya karomi asya saptalokasya pitur devasya tat vareńyam bhargo jyotir na dhyana karomi kaysa dhyana karomi kena dhyana karmena hum dhyanam karomi rasya dhiyoya na pracodhyat ta nah dhiyo na arthata asmakam mama meyabhayam asamkam na sa makam dhiyo asmakam budhi megha pracodhyat savidhyanam karotu tat pati parichalanyam karotu ucyate.

I meditate on Divine Effulgence of that Supreme Father, who did create this Seven strata and why do I meditate on HIS Divine Effulgence, so that HE may Guide my; direct my Intellect unto the Path of Supreme Beatitude, that’s why.

It is the meaning of this Gáyattrii Mantra and it is the Mantra of Vaedikii Diikśá and in this Mantra the Sádhaka, the aspirant request the Supreme Father to show him the way, he wants the way; he wants the Path of Bliss and after getting that path through Tántrikii Diikśá, he should do according to that Diikśá, he should practice Sádhaná.

Dhiyo yo nah pracodayat Auḿ.

It is the spirit of Savitr Rk.

Incorrectly called “Gáyattrii Mantra”? It

should be “Savitr Rk”?

Because in this Mantra the God has been addressed by the word Savitá.

Tat Savitur Devasya – “Savitu” ek vacanam of the word “Savitrii”.

 I think now it Quite clear?
Kalyanamastu !!!