SrI: SrImathE SatakOpAya nama: SrImathE rAmAnujAya nama: SrImath varavaramunayE nama:
śraddhā bhavati bhārata
śraddhā-mayo ’yaṁ puruṣo
yo yac-chraddhaḥ sa eva saḥ
‘The faith of every one, Bhārata! accords with his mind; one is saturated with faith; of what one is, he is that.’1
Satvam=Antaḥ-karaṇam=(The inner-sense), the mind. As is the mind, so is the faith of every person; in other words, whatever quality is the mind conjoined with, faith is begot for such things as are of that quality. The term satvam (mind) implies the body and the senses mentioned afore-said (See Comm: Stanza2).
Śraddhāmayaḥ or the man saturated with faith: means that man is the embodiment of faith itself.
Of whatever faith he is united to, into that faith he becomes transformed. The sense is that if a person is filled with faith for a meritorious work, he becomes entitled to meritorious fruit thereof; so that faith of any kind leads to a fruit corresponding to that faith.
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