Bhagavan is called ‘Avyaya’, because He is indestructible. Sri Shankara BhagavadpadaL says, “na vyeti nAsya vinAsho vikaro vA vidyata iti avyayah”. Bhagavan is not only indestructible, but He also does not undergo any change or transformation. It is kAlA or Time that brings about destruction or any transformation, is it not? But Bhagavan wields this kAlA or Time as His weapon in the form of Sudarshana chakra. Sudarshana chakra is kAla chakra. So, Bhagavan is not under the control of time. But Bhagavan is the controller of kAlA or Time.
Bhagavan Himself says in Srimad Bhagavatam,
“na karhichinmatparAh shAntarUpe nangkshyanti no mEnimisho leDhi hetih |
yeshAmaham priya AtmA sutashcha sakhA guruh suhrdo daivamishTam ||”
Bhagavan says, he who depends on Me, and deems Me as His everything is never deprived of the joys of Vaikunta, nor does my weapon in the form of Time ever devour him. If that is the case for the devotees of Bhagavan, what to say of Bhagavan, is it not?
That is why in Sri Madhurageetham, Our Guru Maharaj while addressing Hanumanji, He says, “azhiyAda akhaNDAkAra thatthuva rAmanin thUdanE!” He calls Hanumanji as the messenger of Sri Rama, who is indestructible – “azhiyAda akhaNDAkAra thatthuvam”. That is why Bhagavan is called ‘Avyayah’. Bhagavan is also called ‘Avyayah’ because, as Sri Parashara Bhattar says, “na vIyatE na vyapagamyate asmAt iti avayayah”. Those who attain the Lotus Feet of Bhagavan never return to this world. Bhagavan never sends them back to this world. That is also why Bhagavan is called ‘Avyaya’.
Bhagavan Himself says in Bhagavad Gita,
“AbrahmabhuvanAllOkAh punarAvartinOrjuna |
mAmupetya tu kaunteya punarjanma na vidyate ||”
“Those who attain Me, never come back to this world,” says Bhagavan. So, with this thought, that Bhagavan is indestructible, He is ‘Avyaya’ and that He would never send us back to this world once we attain His Lotus Feet, let us offer this day to Bhagavan, by chanting Mahamantra three times.
Hare Rama Hare Rama Rama Rama Hare Hare
Hare Krishna Hare Krishna Krishna Krishna Hare Hare
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