manvantar

hindu maapan pranaali mein manvantar, laghuganakeeya paimaane par

saaaincha:Hindu philosophy manvantar [1], manu [2], hindu dharm anusaar, maanavata ke prajanak, ki aayu hoti hai. yeh samay maapan ki khagoleeya avadhi hai. manvantar ek sanskॄt shabd hai, jiska sandhi-vichhed karne par = manu+antar milta hai. iska arth hai manu ki aayu[3].

pratyek manvantar ek vishesh manu dvaara rachit evam shaasit hota hai, jinhein brahma dvaara sॄjit kiya jaata hai. manu vishv ki aur sabhi praaniyon ki utpatti karte hain, jo ki unki aayu ki avadhi tak banti aur chalti rahateen hain, (jaatiyaan chalateen hain, na ki us jaati ke praaniyon ki aayu manu ke baraabar hogi). un manu ki mॄtyu ke uparaant brahma fir ek naye manu ki srushti karte hain, jo ki fir se sabhi srushti karte hain. iske saath saath vishnu bhi aavashyakta anusaar, samay samay par avataar lekar iski sanrachana aur paalan karte hain. inke saath hi ek naye Indra aur saptarshi bhi niyukt hote hain.

chaudah manu aur unke manvantar ko milaakar ek kalp banta hai. yeh brahma ka ek diwas hota hai. yeh hindu samay chakr aur vaidik samayarekha ke nausaar hota hai. pratyek kalp ke ant mein pralaya aati hai[4], jismein brahmaand ka sanhaar hota hai aur vah viraam ki sthiti mein aa jaata hai, jis kaal ko brahma ki raatri kehte hain.

iske uparaant srushtikrta brahma fir se srushtirchana aarambh karte hain, jiske baad fir sanhaarakarta Bhagwan Shiv iska sanhaar karte hain. aur yeh sab ek antaheen prakriya ya chakr mein hota rahata hai. [5].

anukram

manvantar ki avadhi

vishnu puraan ke anusaar manvantar ki avadhi ikahattar chaturyugi ke baraabar hoti hai. iske alaava kuchh atirikt varsh bhi jode jaate hain. ek manvantar = 71 chaturyugi = 852,000 divya varsh = 306,720,000 maanav varsh sandarbh truti: <ref> taig ke liye samaapti </ref> taig naheen mila

shvetavaaraah kalp ke manu

manvantar manu saptarshi vishisht vyaktitv
pratham svaayambhu manu mareechi, atri, angirs, pulah, krutu, pulastya aur vashishth[2][6]. priyvrat, rishabhadev, bharat, jadbharat, prahlaad, bhagavan Kapil[7].
dviteeya svarochish manu urja, stambh, praan, dattoli, rishabh, nishchar evam arvarivt
truteeya auttami manu vashishth ke putr: kaukunidhi, kurunadhi, dalaya, saankh, pravaahit, mit evam sammit
chaturth taamas manu jyotirdhaam, pruthu, kaavya, chaitr, agni, vaanak evam pivr
pancham raivat manu hirnyorma, vedashri, oorddhabaahu, vedabaahu, sudhaaman, parjanya evam mahaanuni
shashtam chaakshush manu sumedhas, havishmat, uttam, madhu, abhinman evam sahishnu
vartamaan saptam vaivasvat manu kashyap, atri, vashishth, vishvaamitr, Gautam, jamadagni, bharadvaaj ikchvaakoo, maandhaata, satyavrat (trishanku ), harishchandr, rohit, sagar, aushuman, dileep, bhageerath, khatvaang, aj, dasharath, Bhagwan Ram, love aur kush, Bhagwan Krishna
ashtam saavarni manu aane wala paathya....vishnu puraan: bhaag:truteeya, adhyaaya:dviteeya
navam daksh saavarni manu bhavishya ke saptarshi
dasham brahm saavarni manu bhavishya ke saptarshi
ekaadash dharm saavarni manu bhavishya ke saptarshi
dvaadash rudr saavarni manu bhavishya ke saptarshi
trayodash rauchya ya Dave saavarni manu bhavishya ke saptarshi
chaturdash bhaut ya indr saavarni manu bhavishya ke saptarshi

References

  1. Manuantara The Secret Doctrine by H. P. Blavatsky, Vol. 1, p. 368, THE DAYS AND NIGHTS OF BRAHMA, THIS is the name given to the Periods called MANVANTARA (Manuantara, or between the Manus) and PRALAYA (Dissolution); one referring to the active periods of the Universe, the other to its times of relative and complete rest -- according to whether they occur at the end of a "Day," or an "Age" (a life) of Brahma. These periods, which follow each other in regular succession, are also called Kalpas, small and great, the minor and the Maha Kalpa; though, properly speaking, the Maha Kalpa is never a "day," but a whole life or age of Brahma, for it is said in the Brahma Vaivarta: "Chronologers compute a Kalpa by the Life of Brahma; minor Kalpas, as Samvarta and the rest, are numerous." In sober truth they are infinite; as they have never had a commencement, i.e., there never was a first Kalpa, nor will there ever be a last one, in Eternity.
  2. a aa Account of the several Manus and Manwantaras Vishnu Purana, translated by Horace Hayman Wilson, 1840, Book III: Chapter I. p. 259, The first Manu was Swáayambhuva, then came Swáarochisha, then Auttami, then Táamasa, then Raivata, then Cháakshusha: these six Manus have passed away. The Manu who presides over the seventh Manwantara, which is the present period, is Vaivaswata, the son of the sun...
  3. shreemad-bhagvatam 3.13.14-16
  4. Pralaya The Secret Doctrine by H. P. Blavatsky, Vol. 2, p. 307 THE SEVEN AND FOURTEEN MANUS.
  5. Manvantara The Laws of Manu, (Manu Smriti), Sacred Books of the East Vol. 25, translated by Georg Büahler, 1886, Chapter I, 79. The before-mentioned age of the gods, (or) twelve thousand (of their years), being multiplied by seventy-one, (constitutes what) is here named the period of a Manu (Manvantara). The Manvantaras, the creations and destructions (of the world, are) numberless; sporting, as it were, Brahman repeats this again and again.
  6. Inhabitants of the Worlds Mahanirvana Tantra, translated by Arthur Avalon, (Sir John Woodroffe), 1913, Introduction and Preface. The Rishi are seers who know, and by their knowledge are the makers of shastra and "see" all mantras. The word comes from the root rish Rishati-prapnoti sarvvang mantrang jnanena pashyati sangsaraparangva, etc. The seven great Rishi or saptarshi of the first manvantara are Marichi, Atri, Angiras, Pulaha, Kratu, Pulastya, and Vashishtha. In other manvantara there are other sapta-rshi. In the present manvantara the seven are Kashyapa, Atri, Vashishtha, Vishvamitra, Gautama, Jamadagni, Bharadvaja. To the Rishi the Vedas were revealed. Vyasa taught the Rigveda so revealed to Paila, the Yajurveda to Vaishampayana, the Samaveda to Jaimini, Atharvaveda to Samantu, and Itihasa and Purana to Suta. The three chief classes of Rishi are the Brah-marshi, born of the mind of Brahma, the Devarshi of lower rank, and Rajarshi or Kings who became Rishis through their knowledge and austerities, such as Janaka, Ritaparna, etc. Thc Shrutarshi are makers of Shastras, as Sushruta. The Kandarshi are of the Karmakanda, such as Jaimini.
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