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What is the meaning of Sanskrit saying..."Aham bramhaasmi"???

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Asked by Anil khare, 11 Nov '12 10:05 pm
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Aham Brahmasmi is a Sanskrit sutra whose English translation is "the core of my being is the ultimate reality, the root and ground of the universe, the source of all that exists." When we repeat this sutra and let it resonate deep within, we expand our awareness of our eternal, unbounded nature.
Answered by LIPSIKA, 11 Nov '12 10:16 pm

 
  
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First we have to understand that it is about Bramh, the absolute, formless, and the only Divine power. It is not about Brahma, who is considered as the creative personfifiication among the triad consisting of of Brahm, Vishnu and hiva.
Since the entire creation is pervaded by the Absolute Divine Power a human being is also part of Him. The onlly thing is that we have fallen down from that status due to our Maya-induced weakness. The human being has it within himself to rise back to his true status of Brahm.
This is why he should remember his Divine reality and say Aham bramhaasmi" (i.e) I am Divine
Answered by Vikram, 11 Nov '12 11:37 pm

 
  
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I am Bhramha , the creater
Answered by alok khatore, 11 Nov '12 10:25 pm

 
  
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Itz from dwitha siddanth, coined by shanakaracharya. I am also brahma. I see brahma in myself since I too is a creator.
Answered by MAdhavan Avadhany, 11 Nov '12 10:21 pm

 
  
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Mujhme hi bramh smaya hai ya me hi bramh hun.....
Answered by Pooja Donawat, 11 Nov '12 10:07 pm

 
  
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Main hi bramh hun
Answered by Ramesh Joshi, 11 Nov '12 10:06 pm

 
  
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