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प्रसंग सहावा - अद्वैत शोभेचें महिमान

श्री संत शेख महंमद ( १५६०-१६५०) महाराष्ट्रातील वारकरी संप्रदायातील संत होते त्यांचे मुळ गाव श्रीगोंदा, जि अहमदनगर.
शेख महंमदाना महाराष्ट्रात कबीराचा अवतार म्हणून ओळखले जाते.


अद्वैत शोभेचें महिमान
ॐ नमोजी अक्षर विस्‍तार बावन मातृकेसी । निराकार गवसिले सहजेसी । मग आकार मांडिलें निरशून्यासी। संस्‍कार छप्पन्न भाषा ॥१॥
शून्य असंख्य युगांचें जुनें निमोलें । तें गुरु राम कृष्‍ण नामें विकिलें । जैसें आकार तरंग नांव ठाकले । जुन्या उदकाचे ॥२॥
जैसे मृगजळाचे राउत हस्‍ती । दुरुनि संग्राम करितां दिसती । ऐसे अवतार गेले असंख्याती । निरशुन्याच्या पोटीं ॥३॥
घटकाश मठाकाश नांवें । महदाकाश म्‍हणती स्‍वभावे । हिरण्यगर्भ बुदबुद करावे । ऐसें ठायीचें ठायी ॥४॥
सिंधूच्या लाटा नांव लहरी पावलें । तैसें अवतरणीं शून्य साहाकारिलें । राम कृष्‍ण दीर्घ नांव पावले । चिन्मात्र चराचर नांवें ॥५॥
केळीचा कंद तैसी शुन्याची टीका । पत्रन्यायें विस्‍तार सायका । घड निपजले तैसे अवतार देखा । केलें तैसें साधु गोड ॥६॥
घड निपजल्‍या आधीं धड छेदिले । तैसे सद्‌गुरूनें मज मायेसी केलें । परतोनि केळ्यांसी जन्म नाहीं जाले । साक्षात्‍कारें बोलिलें ॥७॥
ऐसें शुन्य प्रबळत्‍वाचा डोहो असे । त्‍यांत अवतार राम कृष्‍ण न दिसे । मिथ्‍या असती द्वैतपणाचे फांसे । मृगजळ जैसें मुरी ॥८॥
ऐसें हे अद्वैत शोभेचें महिमान । तेथें याति वर्ण नाहीं गुण अवगुण । जाणतील ते सद्‌गुरु संपूर्ण । त्‍यांची दीक्षा सांगेन ॥९॥
आतां सांगतों सद्‌गुरूचे चिन्ह । मेरु तुका न ये ऐसें महिमान । विकासे शेख महंमद मुसलमान । ऐहिक्‍य श्रोत्‍यां सांगेन ॥१०॥

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SĀRASVATA II(सारस्वत)

  • An ancient hermit. It is mentioned in [Mahābhārata, Śalya Parva, Chapter 51, Verse 7], that Sārasvata was the son of Dadhīca. Dadhīca once happened to see the celestial maid Alambuṣā and became excited, and seminal discharge occurred to him. The semen fell in the river Sarasvatī. The river became pregnant and delivered a child. This child grew up and became the famous hermit named Sārasvata. After the death of the hermit Dadhīci, due to scarcity of rain a great famine occurred which lasted for twelve years. When the famine became unbearable all the hermits on the basin and banks of the river Sarasvatī began to migrate to other places leaving all their possessions behind, to save their lives. But Sārasvata alone remained on the banks of Sarasvatī, living on fish obtained from the river, engaged in meditation and study of Vedas. After twelve years the famine ended and the country became prosperous as before. The hermits who had gone to other places began to come back to their hermitages. The desire to study Vedas grew up in their minds. But there was not a single person, well-versed in the Vedas, except Sārasvata. So all the hermits accepted him as their teacher. Thus Sārasvata taught the Vedas to Sixtythousand hermits, who had returned to their hermitages. [M.B. Śalya Parva, Chapter 50]. In course of time the place where the hermitage of Sārasvata stood, became famous under the name Sārasvata tīrtha. Tuṅgakāraṇya is another name of this place. [M.B. Vana Parva, Chapter 83, Verses 43-50]. In ancient days there were two schemes of study known as ‘Kāṇḍānukramapāṭha’ and ‘Sārasvatapāṭha’ for the Taittirīya-collection (Saṁhitā). But today the Kāṇḍānukramapāṭha has become quite extinct. The following is a description, given in Śaṁskāraratnamālā stating how the ‘Sārasvatapāṭha’ attained so vigorous a vogue. Once owing to the curse of the hermit Durvāsas, the river Sarasvatī took birth as a woman in the house of a Brahmin, who belonged to the Gotra of Ātreya. Later from that same Brahmin she conceived and gave birth to a son named Sārasvata. The river Sarasvatī herself, taught her son the Vedas completely, and then sent him to Kurukṣetra to do penance. As a result of the penance Sārasvata got an original Kramapāṭha (serial lessons) of the Taittirīya saṁhitā. He taught those serial lessons to his disciples. In course of time these serial lessons got the name Sārasvatapāṭha. which earned metaphysical and philosophical importance. 
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