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हसो दिवस वा असो निशा ती। असो पौर्णिमा असो अमा ती
अम्हांस नाही लवही भीती। पुढेच घुसणे ठरली नीती

अदम्य आम्ही पुढेच जाऊ। धैर्ये शौर्ये पुढेच धावू
स्मशानशांती अम्हां रुचेना। भयनकाला करु आव्हाना

प्रचंड पर्वत पायी तुडवू। लोळ विजेचा हाती अडवू
छातीवर ती झेलू गोळी। करु मृत्युशी खेळीमेळी

दिव्य असीम प्रताप अमुचा। पुढेच घुसणे नेम सदाचा
धृवाजवळची थंडी येवो। तन अमुचीही गोठून जावो

सहारातली येवो आग। पुढेच जाऊ काढित माग
अफाट दर्या मना न भिववी। प्रचंड तटिनी मना न डरवी

भीषण दाट प्रचंड कानन। द-याखोरि जी फिरवित नयन
असोत किल्ले कडे असोत। जाऊ दृढ निज पाय रोवित

धूमकेतु ते अभद्र येवो। तुफान डोक्यावर घोंघावो
अपत्तींचे पर्वत येवो। मृत्यू येउनी सन्मुख राहो

मृत्यु असे तो मित्र आमुचा। संकट तो तर सखा जिवाचा
हे प्रिय सगळे सखे सवंगडी। आम्हावरि ते करितिल न कडी

रडावया जे आम्हां येतिल। हसवुन आम्हां तेची रडतिल
अम्हां कशाची तमा न तिळभर। रणधीर अम्ही निर्भय वीर

नवभारतसुत आम्ही दिव्य। घ्याया जाते उत्कट भव्य
जसा मारुती वरति उडाला। जन्मताच धरण्यास रवीला

तेजार्थ तसे असो भुकेले। राहु न आता मृत पडलेले
रडत झुरत ना अम्हि बसणार। भाग्यगिरीवर दृढ चढणार

खुशाल कोणी करो विरोध। झुंजार अम्ही निर्भय योध
प्राणांची ना अम्हां फिकीर। नसे कशाची अम्हां जिकीर

त्यागाने तळपणार हीर। झालो आम्ही खरे फकीर
भारतात या आणू तेज। भारतात या आणू वीज

भारतात या आणू जोम। भारतात या निर्मू प्रेम
प्राण भारती सतेज आणू। ज्ञान भारती जिवंत आणू

जन्म सफल हा तरीच मानू। स्वतंत्रता भारतात आणू
आम्ही युव नवभारत-पुत्र। व्रती पवित्र ज्वलच्चरित्र

घालित न बसू वाद वितंड। केवळ जमवित बसू न फंड
भैरव आम्ही दुर्जय चंड। करु दास्याचे तिळतिळ खंड

तेज आमुचे दिव्य उदंड। जाळिल अवघे हे ब्रह्मांड
हिमालयाला गदगद हलवू। सिंहालाही हिसडे देऊ

कोण अम्हाला करिल विरोध। झुंजार अम्ही निर्भय योध
प्राणांवर जाहलो उदार। कोण अता घेइल माघार

विचार केवळ रुचे न सतत। कृती करावी हे अमुचे व्रत
लंबकापरी आंदोलनता। देइल कधि न स्थिति समुन्नता

या जे उत्सुक नव कार्याला। चला उठा या दिव्य रणाला
काय काम ते विचारता का? ऐका तरि ते उरो न शंका

राजकीय वा सामाजिक ते। दास्य अम्हांते सहन न होते
या दास्याला पदि तुडवाया। अन्यायाला पदि तुडवाया

जगददुष्टता ही बदलाया। दु:खनिराशा दूर कराया
दुष्ट रुढींना बुडवायाला। दुष्ट धर्म ते उडवायाला

वैषम्याला दूर कराया। दारिद्र्याला दूर कराया
रोगराइला दूर कराया। दुष्काळाला दूर कराया

पापाला त्या दूर कराया। अज्ञानाला दूर कराया
संकुचिताला दूर कराया। संचयबुद्धिस दूर कराया

मदोद्धतांचा मद उतराया। उद्दामांची रग जिरवाया
पुंजपतींची पत हरवाया। सत्ता त्यांची ती हरवाया

अम्हि उठलेले युव तेजाळ। अम्हि आगीचे जळते लोळ
करी घेतले सतिचे वाण। उठलो आम्ही युव बेभान

झालो आता जसे तुफान। अम्हां कशाची नसे गुमान
मान अता ही वर करणार। कुणास आता ना डरणार

बेडर बेशक बेदरकार। पुढेच आता अम्हि घुसणार
वाटेमध्ये जे जे वाइट। टाकू करुनीच नायनाट

अवास्तविक जे जुलमाचे जे। रास्त नसे जे पाक्त नसे जे
भ्याड असे जे मलिन असे जे। दुष्ट असे जे नष्ट असे जे
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जे सडलेले जे कुजलेले। निरुपयोगि जे जे मेलेले
विरोध जे जे करिल विकासा। त्याच्या त्याच्या करुच नाशा

त्या सर्वांना पृथ्वीवरुन। सुदूर देऊ भिरकावून
या जे उत्सुक या कार्याला। तेज आणु या स्वजीवनाला

या या सगळे सखे सहोदर। या जे नवयुव परम उदार
या रे सगळे, समानतेची। माधुर्याची मांगल्याची

सर्वैक्याची सारल्याची। स्वतंत्रतेची समृद्धतेची
सच्छांतीची सतज्ञानाची। सदभक्तीची सत्स्फूर्तीची

निर्मू पावन मंगल गंगा। अनंतरंगा दिव्य अभंगा
सत्प्रेमाला करु अभिषेक। सत्याला या करु अभिषेक

मानव्याला करु अभिषेक। बंधुत्वाला करु अभिषेक
यात्रेकरु हो आपण सारे। यात्रेलागी चला निघा रे

दिव्य निशाणे हाती घ्यारे। सदध्येयाची गाणी गारे
खरे तरुण नव आपण होऊ। भारतास या शोभुन राहू

धृवबाळाचे प्रल्हादाचे। सत्त्वसिंधु चिमण्या चिलयाचे
रोहिदास अभिमन्यू यांचे। सत्यकाम नचिकेता यांचे

शुकसनकांचे उपमन्यूचे। ज्ञानेशांचे शिवबाजींचे
जनकोजीचे विश्वासाचे। वंशज आपण पवित्र साचे

परंपरा ही आहे थोर। तिचा आपणा अनंत जोर
परंपरा ही पुढे चालवू। परंपरा ही कधि न मालवू

परंपरेचा नंदादीप। सदैव पेटत ठेवु समीप
स्वप्राणांचे घालू तेल। सदा दीप हा मग तेवेल

यथार्थ आपण होऊ तरुण। नव्या मनूचे होऊ अरुण
परमेशाचे करुन ध्यान। हीच घेउ या मनात आण

‘हसो दिवस वा असो निशा ती। असो पौर्णिमा असो अमा ती
अम्हांस नाही लवही भीती। पुढेच घुसणे ठरली नीती’

-अमळनेर छात्रालय, १९२९

Translation - भाषांतर
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LAVAṆA II(लवण)

  • A King who was a grandson of Hariścandra. He once conducted a Rājasūya in his imagination and became a Caṇḍāla. [story in Jñānavāsiṣṭha]. This story was narrated to Śrī Rāma by Vasiṣṭha to teach him the truth that man does not realise that this whole universe is an illusion only because of his ignorance. Lavaṇa was the King of Uttarapāṇḍava, a country of great fame. He was the grandson of Hariścandra and wished to earn fame by performing a Rājasūya yāga as Hariścandra had done. Lavaṇa decided to perform the yāga in his mind only. He made grand preparations for the yajña. He invited the Ṛtviks and after invoking the devas inflamed the sacrificial fire. For one year he observed yāga like that and in the end gave gifts to the brahmins and the poor. It was all an imaginary performance that the King had in the course of a single day when he indulged in a reverie. In the evening as usual he continued his day to day duties. One who performs Rājasūya will have to bear woes and sorrows for a period of twelve years and since Lavaṇa had performed it mentally, Indra sent his agent to give Lavaṇa worries mentally. Indra's agent appeared in the court of King Lavaṇa in the guise of a magician. The magician bowing before the King with awe said, “Lord, I shall show you a magic. See it sitting on your throne. It will be as astounding as if seeing moon rise on the earth”. Saying this the magician took a bundle of peacockfeathers and waved it against the face of the King. That bundle was capable of producing different objects and visions. The King fixed his eyes on the several glittering spots on the feathers and soon he saw a relative of the Saindhava King approaching the court. Behind him was a beautiful horse. Holding the horse by the reins the new-comer addressed the King thus. “Lord, this horse is as good as Uccaiśśravas and it has been sent by the King of Sindhu to be presented to you. Best things should be given to the best people and only then the value of the thing would be correctly understood.” The magician who was standing near-by supported the statement of the new-comer. He said “Lord, what he says is true. This horse has wonderful powers. Take a tour of all the worlds riding on this horse”. The King sat staring at the horse and he sat thus for an hour and a half. The entire court was perplexed. After some time the King awoke from his meditation and looking at his courtiers in wonder he said thus: “I shall tell you what happened to me during the short period I was sitting in meditation. While I was looking at the peacock feathers of the magician I felt a desire to go hunting riding on this horse. So I went to the forest alone riding on this horse. Very quickly the horse took me a long distance deviating from the main path and I soon found myself in the dark depths of a huge forest. By the time we reached that forest my mind and body were equally tired and still we went on moving till evening came. Somehow we crossed the forest and reached Jāṅgala. There I found a cluster of lemon trees and to ease my body I caught hold of a creeper hanging from one of the lemon trees. As I did so, to my horror, I found the horse running away from me and leaving me alone. Tired by the day's travel I sat at a place and dozed. Darkness was creeping in and soon the whole place was in complete darkness. It was very cold also. Somehow I spent the night and when morning came, with hopes I walked around the place. The place was still and no living thing was in sight. As I roamed about I saw a forest- girl coming with a pot of rice. I approached her and asked for some rice. She did not pay any attention to my request and moved on. I followed her and she said she would give me rice if I promised to marry her. In despair I agreed to her condition and she was pleased with my reply. She gave me half of the rice and curry she was carrying to her father and also some lemon-juice to drink. After taking that food I rested for a while. Her name was Hārakeyūrī. As soon as her father came from the fields she told him everything. The caṇḍāla was immensely pleased to hear about our marriage and all of us went to their hut. The scene I saw at the hut was astonishing. At one place was the flesh of boars, horses, fowl and crows in a heap and on the intestines of animals hanging from ropes sat birds pecking at them. In the hands of children there were pieces of raw meat and flies hovered round them. The hut presented a disgusting atmosphere and yet I entered and sat on a leaf and my marriage with Hārakeyūrī was conducted there. The celebrations of the marriage lasted for seven days and all these days people danced and shouted amidst loud noises of drumming in a hilarious mood of drunkenness. Eight months passed by very soon and Hārakeyūrī became pregnant. She delivered a girl first and soon we had two or three children more. I had to do many cruel and nasty deeds to feed my family and gradually I became old. My hair became grey. At that time there occurred a great famine and those residing in the forests were put to great trouble. There was no water to drink as all ponds and lakes went dry. Some of us migrated to the vicinity of the Vindhya mountain where there were plenty of waterfountains. A few committed suicide. We also left the place and started walking, taking the children also along with us. After some time we sat under a palm tree completely exhausted. My wife began to weep profusely. She then kissed her children and lay down and started sleeping. Thirsty and hungry my children lay there awaiting death. Unable to witness the scene I jumped up from there deciding to commit suicide myself. Suddenly my vision faded and I was able to see this court and you all. This is the work of that magician”. The courtiers sat dumb-founded at the incredible story of the King. Suddenly the magician disappeared. The magician after making the King experience the woes of twelve years in a very short time left for the court of Indra. Next morning King Lavaṇa in the hope of seeing the place and people of his dream in reality near the mountain Vindhya started with his retinue on the false pretext that he was going to conduct a victory march When he entered a big forest he met with many familiar places and hunters of his dream. Then he saw the hut where he had lived. The same men and women were there all around. Then the saw an old lady lamenting thus: “Oh my dear sons, where did you go from my lap? My dear daughter, have you forsaken me? Oh prince, you came here abandoning all luxury and the beautiful girls of your palace and married my daughter. But God did not allow even her to be your permanent wife. The river of life has to take worthless and mean paths forced by circumstances. A very virtuous King had to come and live with a caṇḍāla girl.” Hearing this the King went to her and asked her all details. When she repeated the story the king knew that the lady was the mother of his caṇḍāla wife. The King and ministers were surprised to find that his vision was real and within that short period of his meditation he had lived a life of years. This perplexed the King. He then gave the old lady whatever she wanted and after consoling her started for the palace thinking about the wonderful happenings and mysteries of life. 
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