tvameva mātā ca pitā tvameva |
tvameva bandhuśca sakhā tvameva |
tvameva vidyā draviṇaṃ tvameva |
tvameva sarvaṃ mama devadeva ||
The verse is a beautiful and devotional expression often attributed to Hindu prayers. Here's the translation:
"You alone are my mother and my father,
You alone are my relative and my friend,
You alone are my knowledge and my wealth,
You alone are my everything, O God of gods."
This verse conveys a deep sense of devotion and surrender to the divine. It recognizes the divine presence as the source of all relationships, knowledge, and blessings in one's life. It's a heartfelt acknowledgment of the all-encompassing nature of the divine in the believer's existence.