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Mount Meru

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

For the Indian peak, see Meru Peak. For the Tanzanian mountain, see Mount Meru (Tanzania).

"Neru" redirects here. For the Spanish footballer, see Neru (footballer).

 

Painting of Mount Meru from Jain cosmology from the Samghayanarayana

 

Bhutanese thangka of Mount Meru and the Buddhist Universe, 19th century, Trongsa Dzong, Trongsa, Bhutan

 

A mural depicting Mt. Meru, in Wat Sakhet, Bangkok, Thailand

Mount Meru is a sacred mountain with five peaks[1] in Hindu, Jain and Buddhist cosmology and is considered to be the center of all the physical, metaphysical and spiritual universes.[2]

Meru (Sanskrit: मेरु), also called Sumeru (Sanskrit) or Sineru (Pāli) (Tibetan: ཪི་རྒྱལ་པོ་རི་རབ་), to which can be added the approbatory prefix su-, resulting in the meaning "excellent Meru" or "wonderful Meru" and Mahameru i.e. "Great Meru" (Chinese: 須彌山 Xumi Shan;Pāli Neru; Burmese: မြင်းမိုရ် Myinmo).

Many famous Hindu and similar Jain as well as Buddhist temples have been built as symbolic representations of this mountain. The highest point (the finial bud) on the pyatthat, a Burmese-style multi-tiered roof, represents Mount Meru.

The 80,000 yojana square top of Sumeru constitutes the Trāyastriṃśa "heaven" (Devaloka), which is the highest plane in direct physical contact with the Earth. The next 40,000 yojanas below this heaven consist of a sheer precipice, narrowing like an inverted mountain until it is 20,000 yojanas square at a height of 40,000 yojanas above the sea.

From this point Sumeru expands again, going down in four terraced ledges, each broader than the one above. The first terrace constitutes the "heaven" of the Four Great Kings and is divided into four parts, facing north, south, east and west. Each section is governed by one of the Four Great Kings, who face outward toward the quarter of the world that they supervise.

40,000 yojanas is also the height at which the Sun and Moon circle Sumeru in a clockwise direction. This rotation explains the change from day to night; when the Sun is north of Sumeru, the shadow of the mountain is cast over the continent of Jambudvīpa, and it is night in that location; at the same time it is noon in the opposing northern continent of Uttarakuru, dawn in the eastern continent of Pūrvavideha, and dusk in the western continent of Aparagodānīya. Half a day later, when the Sun has moved to the south, it is noon in Jambudvīpa, dusk in Pūrvavideha, dawn in Aparagodānīya, and midnight in Uttarakuru.

The next three terraces down the slopes of Sumeru are each longer and broader by a factor of two. They contain the followers of the Four Great Kings, namely nāgas, yakṣas, gandharvas, and kumbhāṇḍas.

The names and dimensions of the terraces on the lower slopes of Sumeru are given below:

Name Height above the sea Breadth Length (on one side)

Cāturmahārājika 40,000 yojanas 2,000 yojanas 24,000 yojanas

Sadāmada 30,000 yojanas 4,000 yojanas 32,000 yojanas

Mālādhara 20,000 yojanas 8,000 yojanas 48,000 yojanas

Karoṭapāni 10,000 yojanas 16,000 yojanas 80,000 yojanas

Below Sumeru, in the sea surrounding it is the abode of the Asuras who are at war with the Trāyastriṃśa gods.

Jain legends[edit]

Main article: Jain cosmology

 

Depiction of Mount Meru at Jambudweep, Hastinapur

According to Jain cosmology, Mount Meru (or Sumeru) is at the centre of the world surrounded by Jambūdvīpa,[17] in form of a circle forming a diameter of 100,000 yojans.[18] There are two sets of sun, moon and stars revolving around Mount Meru; while one set works, the other set rests behind Mount Meru.[19][20][21]

Javanese legends[edit]

This mythical mountain of gods was mentioned in Tantu Pagelaran, an Old Javanese manuscript written in the Kawi language from the 15th century Majapahit period. The manuscript describes the mythical origin of Java island, and the legend of the movement of portions of Mount Meru to Java. The manuscript explained that Batara Guru (Shiva) ordered the god Brahma and Vishnu to fill the Java island with human beings. However at that time Java island was floating freely on the ocean, always tumbling and shaking. To stop the island's movement, the gods decided to nail it to the Earth by moving the part of Mahameru in Jambudvipa (India) and attaching it to Java.[22] The resulting mountain is Mount Semeru, the tallest mountain on Java.

See also[edit]

Jainism

Hinduism

Buddhism

Notes[edit]

Jump up ^ "Angkor Wat : Image of the Day".

Jump up ^ Gopal, Madan (1990). K.S. Gautam, ed. India through the ages. Publication Division, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Government of India. p. 78.

Jump up ^ Sachau, Edward C. (2001). Alberuni's India. Psychology Press. p. 271. ISBN 978-0-415-24497-8.

Jump up ^ "The Devi Bhagavatam: The Eighth Book: Chapter 15". Sacred-texts.com. Retrieved 2012-03-02.

Jump up ^ The Geopolitics of South Asia: From Early Empires to the Nuclear Age, 2003, p 16

Jump up ^ Graham P. Chapman - Social Science; The Pamirs and the Source of the Oxus, p 15

Jump up ^ George Nathaniel Curzon; The Hindu World: An Encyclopedic Survey of Hinduism, 1968, p 184

Jump up ^ Benjamin Walker - Hinduism; Ancient Indian Tradition & Mythology: Purāṇas in Translation, 1969, p 56

Jump up ^ Jagdish Lal Shastri, Arnold Kunst, G. P. Bhatt, Ganesh Vasudeo Tagare - Oriental literature; Journal of the K.R. Cama Oriental Institute, 1928, p 38

Jump up ^ K.R. Cama Oriental Institute - Iranian philology; The Occult in Russian and Soviet Culture, 1997, p 175

Jump up ^ Bernice Glatzer Rosenthal - History; Geographical Concepts in Ancient India, 1967, p 50

Jump up ^ Bechan Dube - India; Geographical Data in the Early Purāṇas: A Critical Study, 1972, p 2

Jump up ^ Dr M. R. Singh - India; Studies in the Proto-history of India, 1971, p 17

Jump up ^ Dr Dvārakā Prasāda Miśra - India.

Jump up ^ cf. second verse of Koorm-chakr in the book Narpatijayacharyā

^ Jump up to: a b J.P. Mittal, History of Ancient India: From 7300 BC to 4250 BC, page 3

Jump up ^ Cort 2010, p. 90.

Jump up ^ Schubring, Walther (1995), pp. 204–246

Jump up ^ CIL, "Indian Cosmology Reflections in Religion and Metaphysics", Ignca.nic.in

Jump up ^ Shah, Pravin K., Jain Geography (PDF)

Jump up ^ Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bengal - Asiatic Society of Bengal, 1834

Jump up ^ Soekmono, Dr R. (1973). Pengantar Sejarah Kebudayaan Indonesia 2. Yogyakarta, Indonesia: Penerbit Kanisius. p. 119. ISBN 979-413-290-X.

Sources[edit]

Further information: Jyotiṣa bibliography

Cort, John (2010) [1953], Framing the Jina: Narratives of Icons and Idols in Jain History, Oxford University Press, ISBN 978-0-19-538502-1.

Narpatijayacharyā, commentary by Ganeshdatta Pathak, Published by Chowkhambha Sanskrit Sansthana, Varanasi, India, PIN-221001.

 

According to the Epic, Mahabharata, Pandavas and Draupadi climbed this mountain to attain heaven. Draupadi and other four Pandavas were cast down for their sins and died. Only Yudhishthira along with his faithful dog climbed the mountain, making him the only one to reach the Divine door.

Buddhist legends[edit]

 

A Korean world map centered on the legendary Mount Meru in Central Asia.

According to Vasubandhu's Abhidharmakośabhāṣyam (philosophical writings), Sumeru is 80,000 yojanas tall. The exact measure of one yojana is uncertain, but some accounts put it at about 24,000 feet, or approximately 4.5 miles, but other accounts put it between 7–9 miles. It also descends beneath the surface of the surrounding waters to a depth of 80,000 yojanas, being founded upon the basal layer of Earth. Sumeru is often used as a simile for both size and stability in Buddhist texts.

Sumeru is said to be shaped like an hourglass, with a top and base of 80,000 yojanas square, but narrowing in the middle (at a height of 40,000 yojanas) to 20,000 yojanas square.

Sumeru is the polar center of a mandala-like complex of seas and mountains. The square base of Sumeru is surrounded by a square moat-like ocean, which is in turn surrounded by a ring (noted as square in shape) wall of mountains, which is in turn surrounded by a sea, each diminishing in width and height from the one closer to Sumeru. There are seven seas and seven surrounding mountain-walls, until one comes to the vast outer sea which forms most of the surface of the world, in which the known continents are merely small islands. The known world, which is on the continent of Jambudvipa, is directly south of Sumeru.

The dimensions stated in the Abhidharmakośabhāṣyam are shown in the table below:

Name Width Height/Depth

Sumeru (Sineru) mountain 80,000 yojanas 80,000 yojanas

Sea 80,000 yojanas 80,000 yojanas

Yugandhara mountains 40,000 yojanas 40,000 yojanas

Sea 40,000 yojanas 40,000 yojanas

Iṣadhara (Isadhara) mountains 20,000 yojanas 20,000 yojanas

Sea 20,000 yojanas 20,000 yojanas

Khadiraka (Karavīka) mountains 10,000 yojanas 10,000 yojanas

Sea 10,000 yojanas 10,000 yojanas

Sudarśana (Sudassana) mountains 5,000 yojanas 5,000 yojanas

Sea 5,000 yojanas 5,000 yojanas

Aśvakarṇa (Assakaṇṇa) mountains 2,500 yojanas 2,500 yojanas

Sea 2,500 yojanas 2,500 yojanas

Vinadhara (Vinataka) mountains 1,250 yojanas 1,250 yojanas

Sea 1,250 yojanas 1,250 yojanas

Nimindhara (Nemindhara) mountains 625 yojanas 625 yojanas

Outer Sea 32,000 yojanas relatively shallow

Cakravāḍa (Cakkavāḷa) mountains

(circular edge of the world)

312.5 yojanas 312.5 yojanas

The 80,000 yojana square top of Sumeru constitutes the Trāyastriṃśa "heaven" (Devaloka), which is the highest plane in direct physical contact with the Earth. The next 40,000 yojanas below this heaven consist of a sheer precipice, narrowing like an inverted mountain until it is 20,000 yojanas square at a height of 40,000 yojanas above the sea.

From this point Sumeru expands again, going down in four terraced ledges, each broader than the one above. The first terrace constitutes the "heaven" of the Four Great Kings and is divided into four parts, facing north, south, east and west. Each section is governed by one of the Four Great Kings, who face outward toward the quarter of the world that they supervise.

40,000 yojanas is also the height at which the Sun and Moon circle Sumeru in a clockwise direction. This rotation explains the change from day to night; when the Sun is north of Sumeru, the shadow of the mountain is cast over the continent of Jambudvīpa, and it is night in that location; at the same time it is noon in the opposing northern continent of Uttarakuru, dawn in the eastern continent of Pūrvavideha, and dusk in the western continent of Aparagodānīya. Half a day later, when the Sun has moved to the south, it is noon in Jambudvīpa, dusk in Pūrvavideha, dawn in Aparagodānīya, and midnight in Uttarakuru.

The next three terraces down the slopes of Sumeru are each longer and broader by a factor of two. They contain the followers of the Four Great Kings, namely nāgas, yakṣas, gandharvas, and kumbhāṇḍas.

The names and dimensions of the terraces on the lower slopes of Sumeru are given below:

Name Height above the sea Breadth Length (on one side)

Cāturmahārājika 40,000 yojanas 2,000 yojanas 24,000 yojanas

Sadāmada 30,000 yojanas 4,000 yojanas 32,000 yojanas

Mālādhara 20,000 yojanas 8,000 yojanas 48,000 yojanas

Karoṭapāni 10,000 yojanas 16,000 yojanas 80,000 yojanas

Below Sumeru, in the sea surrounding it is the abode of the Asuras who are at war with the Trāyastriṃśa gods.

Jain legends[edit]

Main article: Jain cosmology

 

Depiction of Mount Meru at Jambudweep, Hastinapur

According to Jain cosmology, Mount Meru (or Sumeru) is at the centre of the world surrounded by Jambūdvīpa,[17] in form of a circle forming a diameter of 100,000 yojans.[18] There are two sets of sun, moon and stars revolving around Mount Meru; while one set works, the other set rests behind Mount Meru.[19][20][21]

Javanese legends[edit]

This mythical mountain of gods was mentioned in Tantu Pagelaran, an Old Javanese manuscript written in the Kawi language from the 15th century Majapahit period. The manuscript describes the mythical origin of Java island, and the legend of the movement of portions of Mount Meru to Java. The manuscript explained that Batara Guru (Shiva) ordered the god Brahma and Vishnu to fill the Java island with human beings. However at that time Java island was floating freely on the ocean, always tumbling and shaking. To stop the island's movement, the gods decided to nail it to the Earth by moving the part of Mahameru in Jambudvipa (India) and attaching it to Java.[22] The resulting mountain is Mount Semeru, the tallest mountain on Java.

See also[edit]

Jainism

Hinduism

Buddhism

Notes[edit]

Jump up ^ "Angkor Wat : Image of the Day".

Jump up ^ Gopal, Madan (1990). K.S. Gautam, ed. India through the ages. Publication Division, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Government of India. p. 78.

Jump up ^ Sachau, Edward C. (2001). Alberuni's India. Psychology Press. p. 271. ISBN 978-0-415-24497-8.

Jump up ^ "The Devi Bhagavatam: The Eighth Book: Chapter 15". Sacred-texts.com. Retrieved 2012-03-02.

Jump up ^ The Geopolitics of South Asia: From Early Empires to the Nuclear Age, 2003, p 16

Jump up ^ Graham P. Chapman - Social Science; The Pamirs and the Source of the Oxus, p 15

Jump up ^ George Nathaniel Curzon; The Hindu World: An Encyclopedic Survey of Hinduism, 1968, p 184

Jump up ^ Benjamin Walker - Hinduism; Ancient Indian Tradition & Mythology: Purāṇas in Translation, 1969, p 56

Jump up ^ Jagdish Lal Shastri, Arnold Kunst, G. P. Bhatt, Ganesh Vasudeo Tagare - Oriental literature; Journal of the K.R. Cama Oriental Institute, 1928, p 38

Jump up ^ K.R. Cama Oriental Institute - Iranian philology; The Occult in Russian and Soviet Culture, 1997, p 175

Jump up ^ Bernice Glatzer Rosenthal - History; Geographical Concepts in Ancient India, 1967, p 50

Jump up ^ Bechan Dube - India; Geographical Data in the Early Purāṇas: A Critical Study, 1972, p 2

Jump up ^ Dr M. R. Singh - India; Studies in the Proto-history of India, 1971, p 17

Jump up ^ Dr Dvārakā Prasāda Miśra - India.

Jump up ^ cf. second verse of Koorm-chakr in the book Narpatijayacharyā

^ Jump up to: a b J.P. Mittal, History of Ancient India: From 7300 BC to 4250 BC, page 3

Jump up ^ Cort 2010, p. 90.

Jump up ^ Schubring, Walther (1995), pp. 204–246

Jump up ^ CIL, "Indian Cosmology Reflections in Religion and Metaphysics", Ignca.nic.in

Jump up ^ Shah, Pravin K., Jain Geography (PDF)

Jump up ^ Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bengal - Asiatic Society of Bengal, 1834

Jump up ^ Soekmono, Dr R. (1973). Pengantar Sejarah Kebudayaan Indonesia 2. Yogyakarta, Indonesia: Penerbit Kanisius. p. 119. ISBN 979-413-290-X.

Sources[edit]

Further information: Jyotiṣa bibliography

Cort, John (2010) [1953], Framing the Jina: Narratives of Icons and Idols in Jain History, Oxford University Press, ISBN 978-0-19-538502-1.

Narpatijayacharyā, commentary by Ganeshdatta Pathak, Published by Chowkhambha Sanskrit Sansthana, Varanasi, India, PIN-221001.

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Oct 11, 2013 ... Rather, it goes beyond negation; when one sees the divine light, one sees ... Palamas (citing the Areopagite) puts it here, a Dazzling Darkness.

Darkness - embracingthecontradiction.org

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dazzling obscurity of the secret Silence, outshining all brilliance with ... superessential Radiance of the Divine Darkness [e.g "The Light Shineth out of Darkness]. But these ... signified by the name Spirit; how from the uncreated and indivisible.

'Dazzling Darkness': The Mystical or Theophanic Theology of St ...

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Already, his unexpected phrase, “dazzling darkness” found in his treatise, The ... The symbol of light, for example, also played an equally important role not ..... Thus, the same tabernacle is in a way both unfashioned and fashioned, uncreated ...

Awakening to Oneness - Working With Oneness

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May 2, 2016 ... The pure consciousness of the awakened Self is the light of oneness. ... beyond the Self into the emptiness, beyond its dazzling light into the dazzling darkness, beyond ... The Uncreated is waste and emptiness to the creature.

Dionysius the Areopagite: Mystical Theology - Esoteric Archives

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... mysteries of theology are veiled in the dazzling obscurity of the secret Silence, outshining all ... 'The light shineth in the darkness' (St. John, I, 5). .... how from the uncreated and indivisible Good, the blessed and perfect Rays of its Goodness ...

 

'Dazzling Darkness': The Mystical or Theophanic Theology of St ...

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Already, his unexpected phrase, “dazzling darkness” found in his treatise, The ... The symbol of light, for example, also played an equally important role not ..... Thus, the same tabernacle is in a way both unfashioned and fashioned, uncreated ...

Awakening to Oneness - Working With Oneness

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May 2, 2016 ... The pure consciousness of the awakened Self is the light of oneness. ... beyond the Self into the emptiness, beyond its dazzling light into the dazzling darkness, beyond ... The Uncreated is waste and emptiness to the creature.

Dionysius the Areopagite: Mystical Theology - Esoteric Archives

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... mysteries of theology are veiled in the dazzling obscurity of the secret Silence, outshining all ... 'The light shineth in the darkness' (St. John, I, 5). .... how from the uncreated and indivisible Good, the blessed and perfect Rays of its Goodness ...

The Outer Darkness - The Dragon Swallowing its Tail - Occult Physics

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The Outer Darkness - The Great Dragon Swallowing its Own Tail ... Herein one may reference a work of great importance: the Gnostic text commonly referred to ...

Gnostic Lens: Terrorism and Environmental Disaster - MetaHistory

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But close study suggests that the Gnostic image of a "prison planet" carries quite a ... In Book 4 of Pistis Sophia, Magdalene asks about "the outer darkness," ...

Pistis Sophia: A Fourth Book: Chapter 126

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The Gnostic Society Library ... Of the dragon of the outer darkness.And Jesus answered and said unto Mary: "The outer darkness is a great dragon, whose tail is ...

Fragment of a Gnostic Hymn, Bruce Codex - The Gnosis Archive

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This beautiful fragment tells the tale of the soul of the Gnostic as it makes its ... who is full of anger, the successor of the Archon of the outer darkness, the place in ...

Pistis Sophia: A Sixth Book: Chapter 147

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The Gnostic Society Library ... "Thereafter they carry them into the outer darkness until the day of judgment when the great darkness is judged; and then they will ...

Gnosis Tradition and Revelation - Gnostic Society Samael Aun Weor

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"Gnostic revelation is always immediate, direct and intuitive. ... which we call "I", ego, "me," "myself", is merely outer darkness, wailing and the gnashing of teeth.

Gnostic Anthropology - Gnostic Teachings

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Mar 3, 1974 ... Since Gnostic studies have progressed extraordinarily in recent times, ... call I, ego, myself is just outer darkness, wailing and gnashing of teeth.



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