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Wednesday, December 5, 2007

குதிரையின் ஆண்குறி........................

குதிரையின் ஆண்குறி அரசியின் பெண்குறிக்குள் புகுந்தால் அஸ்வமேத யாகம்! अश्वमेध "horse sacrifice"

ஆம்.எழுதுவதற்கே சிறிது கடினம் தான். சில முட்டாள் ஜன்மங்கள் மனுனீதியை புகழும் பொழுது முழுக்கதையையும் சொல்லித்தான் ஆகவேண்டும்!

ஒரு பட்டத்து அரசி ஒரு பெரிய யாகத்தால் பலி கொடுக்கப்பட்ட ஆண்குதிரையின் குறியை தன் பெண்குறிக்குள் வைத்து பிராமணர்களின் வேத கோசங்களோடு புணர்வதுதான் மாபெரும் யாகமான அசுவத மேத யாகம் என்ற கண்றாவி கருமாந்திரம்... முழு விளக்கம் கீழே ...

The Ashvamedha could only be conducted by a king. Its object was the acquisition of power and glory, the sovereignty over neighbouring provinces, and general prosperity of the kingdom.
The horse to be sacrificed must be a stallion, more than 24, but less than 100 years old. The horse is sprinkled with water, and the Adhvaryu and the sacrificer whisper formulas into its ear.

Anyone who should stop the horse is ritually cursed, and a dog is killed symbolic of the punishment for the sinners. The horse is then set loose towards the North-East, to roam around wherever it chooses, for the period of one year (or half a year, according to some commentators). The horse is associated with the Sun, and its yearly course. If the horse wanders into neighbouring provinces hostile to the sacrificer, they must be subjugated.
The wandering horse is attended by a hundred young men, sons of princes or high court officials, charged with guarding the horse from all dangers and inconvenience. During the absence of the horse, an uninterrupted series of ceremonies is performed in the sacrificer's home.

After the return of the horse, more ceremonies are performed. The horse is yoked to a gilded chariot, together with three other horses, and RV 1.6.1,2 (YV 23.5,6) is recited. The horse is then driven into water and bathed.
After this, it is anointed with ghee by the chief queen and two other royal consorts. The chief queen anoints the fore-quarters, and the others the barrel and the hind-quarters. They also entwine the horse's head, neck, and tail with golden ornaments. The sacrificer offers the horse the remains of the night's oblation of grain.

After this, the horse, a hornless he-goat, a wild ox (go-mrga, Bos Gavaeus) are bound to sacrificial stakes near the fire, and seventeen other animals are attached to the horse. A great number of animals, both tame and wild, are tied to other stakes, according to a commentator 609 in total (YV 24 consists of an exact enumeration).
Then the horse is slaughtered (YV 23.15, tr. Griffith)

Steed, from thy body, of thyself, sacrifice and accept thyself.
Thy greatness can be gained by none but thee.
The chief queen ritually calls on her fellow wives for pity. The three queens walk around the dead horse reciting formulas. The chief queen then has to mimic copulation with the dead horse, while the other queens ritually utter obscenities.

On the next morning, the priests raise the queen from the place where she has spent the night with the horse. With the Dadhikra verse (RV 4.39.6, YV 23.32), a verse used as a purifier after obscene language.
The three queens with a hundred golden, silver and copper needles indicate the lines on the horse's body along which it will be dissected. The horse is dissected, and its flesh roasted. Various parts are offered to a host of deities and personified concepts with cries of svaha "all-hail". The Ashvastuti or Eulogy of the Horse follows (RV 1.162, YV 24.24–45), concluding with:

May this Steed bring us all-sustaining riches, wealth in good kine, good horses, manly offspring
Freedom from sin may Aditi vouchsafe usl the Steed with our oblations gain us lordship!
The priests performing the sacrifice were recompensed with a part of the booty won during the wandering of the horse. According to a commentator, the spoils from the east was given to the Hotar, while the Adhvaryu a maiden (a daughter of the sacrificer) and the sacrificer's fourth wife.

This part of the ritual also caused considerable consternation among the scholars first editing the Yajurveda. Griffith (1899) omits verses 23.20–31 (the ritual obscenities), protesting that they are "not reproducible even in the semi-obscurity of a learned European language" (alluding to other instances where he renders explicit scenes in Latin rather than English).

Today, there are full published translations of the passages, for example Rangacharya (1999) and Shastri (2003) in Telugu.
An unexpurgated translation in modern English of the corresponding passage in the TS (7.4.19) is given below.[The wives of the king surround the slain horse]


1.The Queen, grieves thus: [7.4.19b] "O mother, no-one has taken me. The little horsie is asleep".

2 The rest of the King's wives say to the Queen: [7.4.19c] "O Queen, cover yourself and the horse with this cloth and pray thus: 'O Horse, You are capable of impregnating me. I am ready. Take me.'"
The priest covers the queen and the horse with a cloth.

3. The queen hugs the slain-horse saying thus: [7.4.19e] "Let us hold each other with our (hind) limbs."

4. The Priest says the following (mantra): [7.4.19f] "May the horse expel its sperm and may the Queen receive (the sperm)."

5. The Priest recites: [7.4.19g] "O horse, place your male organ in between the legs of the queen. Excite the queen's vagina so that it will receive your huge penis". The Queen then places the horse's limp penis in between her legs.

6. The Queen once again calls out aloud: [7.4.19h] "O Mother, no-one has slept with me. This good-for nothing horse is fast asleep."

7. The other women sorrounding the slain horse and the queen respond thus: [7.4.19i] "O Queen, just like the one who, after collecting the bamboo poles from the forest ties them together first places them upright on the ground, lift your vagina and hold it up. Later, just like the one who sifts grain from the chaff exults when the cool wind blows, you must relax and exult."
8. The Queen once again complains aloud about the somnolent horse to her mother. [7.4.19k]

9. All the other women say thus: [7.4.19l] "O Queen, grieve not. You may not be aware that you have been taken by the horse. Just like a slave-girl who gets to sleep with her master and rejoices without expecting anything in return."

10. "O Queen, Rejoice, that the horse has accepted you."

11. They all say: [7.4.19n] "Here we see a female bird warbling around a male bird (even after mating). It is unsatisfied and restless. O Queen, you are behaving like that bird. This is not good."

12. "You can rejoice and be happy that the horse has accepted you. Now please stop complaining about it."
13. [7.4.19p] "O queen. Have no doubt. Just like your father has done to your mother when they climbed on to a wooden cot, and your father entered her saying 'I am placing my penis inside your vagina', the Horse has entered you. Have no doubt. Now, please get up."

இந்தக் கண்ராவிகளைக் கண்டித்தால் அரவிந்தன் நீலகண்டன்களுக்கும், ஜடாயுக்களுக்கும், ஹரிஹரன் களுக்கும் எங்கெங்கெல்லாமோ எரிச்சல்! நான் என்ன செய்ய.. உங்கள் மரமண்டைகளுக்கு எல்லாமே புனிதம் தான்!

குதிரையின் ஆண்குறியும், ராணியின் பெண்குறியும், பார்ப்பனர்களின் கேவலமான அனிமல் செக்ஸ் மந்திரங்களும் கூட!

The Priest recites: [7.4.19g] "O horse, place your male organ in between the legs of the queen. Excite the queen's vagina so that it will receive your huge penis". The Queen then places the horse's limp penis in between her legs.

6. The Queen once again calls out aloud: [7.4.19h] "O Mother, no-one has slept with me. This good-for nothing horse is fast asleep."

ஓ குதிரையே, உன்னுடைய ஆண்குறியை அரசியின் இரண்டு தொடைகளுக்கும் நடுவில் விடு.

அரசியின் பெண்குறியை கிளர்ச்சியடையச் செய்வதன் மூலம் உன் பெரிய குறியானது அவளது குறிக்குள் ஈர்க்கப்படட்டும் என்று அந்த பிராமணர் ஓதும்பொழுது அரசி குதிரையுடன் உடலுறவு கொள்கிறாள் ...

"அம்மா...என்னுடன் யாரும் படுத்த்தில்லை... இந்த குதிரயோ ஒன்றும் செய்யாமல் தூங்குகிறது!" என்ற புலம்பலுடன்! மானங்கெட்ட பிறவிகள் இந்த பிராமணீயக் காவலர்கள்!


References:
Ralph Thomas Hotchkin Griffith, The Texts of the White Yajurveda. Translated with a Popular Commentary (1899).
Ramavarapu Krishnamurti Shastri (trans.), Krishna Yajurvedeeya Taittiriya Samhita, Book VII, The Tirupati Tirumala Devasthanams, Tirumala Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh (2003).

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1 comment:

ஜெயம் said...

இது என்ன பச்ச குதிரையா நல்லா எஞ்சாய் பன்னியிருக்காங்க ஆன செத்துப்போன குதிரை எப்படி கொஞ்ஞம் இடிக்குதே ஏதோ கடவுள் எது செய்தாலும் தப்பு சொல்ல கூடாது ஏதோ எழுதிட்டீங்க கன்னத்துல போட்டுக்கோங்க. பிராமனாள் கண்ணுள் பட்டுற போது அவங்க மானமுல்லவங்க இந்த உண்மை தெறிஞ்சா தற்க்கொலை பண்ணிக்குவாங்க பார்த்துகோங்க