पितासि लोकस्य चराचरस्य
त्वमस्य पूज्यश्च गुरुर्गरीयान्।
न त्वत्समोऽस्त्यभ्यधिकः कुतोऽन्यो
।।11.43।।आप ही इस चराचर संसारके पिता हैं? आप ही पूजनीय हैं और आप ही गुरुओंके महान् गुरु हैं। हे अनन्त प्रभावशाली भगवन् इस त्रिलोकीमें आपके समान भी दूसरा कोई नहीं है? फिर अधिक तो हो ही कैसे सकता है
11.43 Asi, You are; pita, the Father, the Progenitor; lokasya, off all beings; cara-acarasya, moving and nonmoving. Not only are Yur are Father of this world, You are also pujyah, worthy of worship; since You are the guruh, Teacher; [He is the Teacher since He introduce the line of teachers of what is virtue and vice, and of the knowledge of the Self. And He is greater than a teacher because He is the teacher even of Hiranyagarbha and others.] gariyan, greater (than a teacher). How are You greater? In answer he says: Asti, there is; na, none other; tvat-samah, eal to You; for there is no possibility of two Gods. Because all dealings will come to naught if there be many Gods! When there is no possibility of another being eal toYou, kutah eva, how at all; can there be anyah, anyone; abhyadhikah, greater; api, even; loka-traye, in all the three worlds; apratima-prabhavah, O you of unrivalled power? That by which something is measured is pratima. You who have no measure for Your power (prabhava) are a pratima-prabhavah. Apratima-prabhava means O You of limitless power! Since this is so,
11.43 Sri Abhinavagupta did not comment upon this sloka.
11.43 O Being of matchless greatness! You are the father of this world, of all that moves and does not move. You are the teacher of this world. Therefore You are the one most worthy of reverence in this world of mobile and immobile entities. There is none eal to You. How then could there be in the three worlds another greater than You? No other being is eal to You in point of any attribute like compassion etc. How could there be any one greater? Inasmuch as You are the father of all, the most worthy of reverence, teacher and exalted over all by virtue of attributes like compassion etc.,
Pitaasi lokasya charaacharasyaTwamasya poojyashcha gururgareeyaan; Na twatsamo’styabhyadhikah kuto’nyoLokatraye’pyapratimaprabhaava.
pitā—the father; asi—you are; lokasya—of the entire universe; chara—moving; acharasya—nonmoving; tvam—you; asya—of this; pūjyaḥ—worshipable; cha—and; guruḥ—spiritual master; garīyān—glorious; na—not; tvat-samaḥ—equal to you; asti—is; abhyadhikaḥ—greater; kutaḥ—who is?; anyaḥ—other; loka-traye—in the three worlds; api—even; apratima-prabhāva—possessor of incomparable power