“Nāsadīya-sūkta” is a wonderful hymn which keeps everyone puzzled. Even the scientists of all the countries remain interested to dig deeper into its details.
Everything is Bhagawan Rudra and all names point at one or other of his various attributes, or at his tasks. This is why the hymn “Kāma-Sūkta” is also addressed to Bhagawan Rudra in his aspect of the primordial god of desire.
Nandikēśwara and Upamanyu wrote a wonderful commentary on the “Maheshwara Sutras” to explain the hidden secrets of the creation of the universe from those aphorisms.
In Part II let’s discuss Purusha and Vak in two sections. However, It is only for structuring the content, there is no difference.