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From

http://www.indicstudies.us/Hinduism/SelectSacredTexts/purusha_sukta.htm

text 7:

saptasyasan paridhayaha

trissapta samidhah kritaha

deva yadjajnam tanvanaha

abadhnan purusham pashum

For this (yajna or spiritual ceremony) there were seven paridhis (fuel >pieces serving as borders). And, twenty-one items were made the samit or >sacrificial fuel sticks. When the devas were performing this yajna or >ceremony, they tied the purusha (himself) as the pashu (sacrificial animal).

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    Just write '>saptasyasan' instead of 'saptasyasan' and see what happens. – Memosophical. Apr 24 '18 at 14:25
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    done; is that good? @rohit – S K Apr 24 '18 at 16:17
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    Yo, finally you made it. ;) – Memosophical. Apr 24 '18 at 16:21
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    Similarly, put '>For' instead of 'For'. <BR> to break the line before For. – Memosophical. Apr 24 '18 at 16:23
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    @Rohit Haha he is making a mess of ur tutorials .. now it's > at many places – Rickross Apr 24 '18 at 16:26
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Isn’t it that there is only one Purusha in the transcendent plane, who appears as many Purushas in the phenomenal plane.
According to Tirumular purusa is only a product of maya.
Tirumandiram 408: The Act of Genesis.

The One Lord and the goodly two (Maya Saktis)

Together stirred and Commingled the Family Impure (of matter) The Two then besought of the Lord:

"What shall we make? Command us, O Lord"

And the Lord Himself then spells them out.

  • Yup, According to Kashmiri Shaivism, Tantras, Agamas etc also there is one Purusha (1st tattva) appears as many in phenomenal plane (12th Tattva). Read here. – Memosophical. Apr 26 '18 at 1:30

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