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At the end of Dakshinamurty Stotram is written :

Angushtha Tarjanee Yoga Mudraa Vyaajena Dehinaam Shrutyartham Brahma Jeevaikyam Darshayanno Vataat Shivaha (...) Mounavyaakhyaa prakatita para brahma tattvam yuvaanam varshish thaante vasad rushiganaih aavrutam brahmanishthaih AAchaaryendram karakalita chinmudram aananda rupam Svaatmaaraam Mudita vadanam Dakshinamoorthy mee-dey

Can someone help to translate correctly this passage?

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This is from Dakshinamoorthy stotra

Mauna-Vyaakhyaa Prakattita Para-Brahma-Tattvam Yuvaanam

Varssisstthaam-Te Vasad Rssigannauh Aavrtam Brahma-Nisstthaih |

Aacaarye[a-I]ndram Kara-Kalita Cin-Mudram-Aananda-Muurtim

Sva-[A]atmaaraamam Mudita-Vadanam Dakssinnaamuurti-Miidde ||

Meaning:

1: (Salutations to Sri Dakshinamurthy) Whose Exposition through Profound Silence is Awakening the Knowledge of the Supreme Brahman in the Hearts of His Disciples; Who is Himself Youthful ...

2: ... but is Sitting Surrounded by Old and Great Sages who are Devoted to Brahman,

3: The Hands of the Supreme Spiritual Teacher is Forming the Cin-Mudra (gesture of the Knowledge of Brahman) and Whose Appearance is Still and Blissful,

4: Who is Rejoicing in His Own Self which is reflected on His Blissful Face; Salutations to Sri Dakshinamurthy.

Angushtha-tarjanee yogamudra vyaajaena dachinaam Shrutyartham brahmajeevaikyam darshartham brahmajeevaikyam Darshayanno(a) vataachchivaha

The lord dakishnamurthy holds his thumb and index finger (tarjanee) And exhibits yoga mudra, which convey his form that he is a perfect yogi When one hears him, it appears as though he is merged with Brahman. When he Is seen he appears to be the very manifestation of lord shiva.

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  • perfect, thank you. is missing only this part Angushtha Tarjanee Yoga Mudraa Vyaajena Dehinaam Shrutyartham Brahma Jeevaikyam Darshayanno Vataat Shivaha Jul 18 at 8:24
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    I have added the meaning of the text
    – GIRIBLR
    Jul 18 at 11:06
  • Thank you! perfect Jul 18 at 14:48

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