Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 03 Jul 2011 07:20 and updated at 03 Jul 2011 07:20


avs.2.9 [0200904] The Gods, the Brahman priests, and plants observed the way to gather thee: All deities described the way men gather thee upon the earth.
avs.3.20 hymn, The Adityas, Vishnu, Surya, and the Brahman priest Brihaspati.
avs.3.28 Yes, give her to the Brahman that she may bring luck and happiness.
avs.4.6 [0400601] The Brahman first was brought to life ten headed and with faces ten.
avs.4.19 [0401902] Thou hast been blessed with blessing by the Brahman, Kanva Narshada.
avs.4.30 I make the man I love exceeding mighty, make him a sage, a Rishi, and a Brahman.
avs.4.35 [0403501] Odana which Prajapati, the firstborn of Order, dressed with fervour for the Brahman, which guards the worlds from breaking atIthe centre, I with this Odana will conquer Mrityu. [p. a145]
avs.4.35 [0403502] Whereby the World Creators vanquished Mrityu, that which they found by fervour, toil and trouble, That which prayer first made ready for the Brahman, I with this Odana will conquer Mrityu.
avs.5.8 [0500805] The Brahman whom those yonder have appointed priest, for injury, He, Indra! is beneath thy feet.
avs.5.17 The abduction and restoration of a Brahman s wife
avs.5.17 [0501701] These first, the boundless Sea, and Matarisvan, fierce glowing Fire, the Strong, the Bliss bestower, And heavenly Floods, first born by holy Order, exclaimed against the outrage on a Brahman.
avs.5.17 [0501702] King Soma first of all, without reluctance, made restitution of the Brahman s consort.
avs.5.17 [0501703] The man, her pledge, must by the hand be taken when he hath cried, She is a Brahman s consort.
avs.5.17 misfortune on the village, [p. a174] The Brahman s consort, she disturbs the kingdom where hath appeared the hare with fiery flashing.
avs.5.17 [0501706] Thus spake of her those Gods of old, Seven Rishis, who sate them down to their austere devotion: Dire is a Brahman s wife led home by others: in the supremest heaven she plants confusion.
avs.5.17 [0501707] When infants die, untimely born, when herds of cattle waste away, When heroes strike each other dead, the Brahman s wife destroyeth them.
avs.5.17 [0501708] Even if ten former husbands none a Brahman had espoused a dame, And then a Brahman took her hand, he is her husband, only he,
avs.5.17 [0501709] Not Vaisya, not Rajanya, no, the Brahman is indeed her lord: This Surya in his course proclaims to the Five Races of man kind.
avs.5.17 Princes who kept their promises restored the Brahman s wedded wife.
avs.5.17 [0501711] Having restored the Brahman s wife, and freed them, with Gods aid, from sin, They shared the fulness of the earth and worn themselves ex tended sway.
avs.5.17 [0501712] No lovely wife who brings her dower in hundreds rests upon his bed, Within whose kingdom is detained, through want of sense, a Brahman s dame.
avs.5.17 Within whose kingdom is detained, through want of sense, a Brahman s dame.
avs.5.17 Within whose kingdom is detained, through want of sense, a Brahman s dame. [p. a175]
avs.5.17 [0501715] No black eared courser, white of hue, moves proudly, harnessed to his car, In whose dominion is detained, through want of sense, a Brahman s dame.
avs.5.17 [0501716] No lily grows with oval bulbs, no lotus pool is in his field, In whose dominion is detained, through senseless love, a Brahman s dame.
avs.5.17 [0501717] The men whose task it is to milk drain not the brindled cow for him, In whose dominion is detained, through senseless love, a Brahman s dame.
avs.5.17 [0501718] His milch cow doth not profit one, his draught ox masters not the yoke, Wherever, severed from his wife, a Brahman spends the mourn ful night.
avs.5.18 Seek not, Rajanya, to devour the Brahman s cow which none may eat.
avs.5.18 The Brahman s cow and think, To day and not tomorrow, let me live!
avs.5.18 [0501803] The Brahman s cow is like a snake, charged with due poison, clothed with skin.
avs.5.18 That man drinks poison of the deadly serpent who counts the Brahman as mere food to feed him.
avs.5.18 [0501806] No Brahman must be injured, safe as fire from him who loves himself.
avs.5.18 [0501808] His voice an arrow s neck, his tongue a bowstring, his windpipes fire enveloped heads of arrows, [p. a177] With these the Brahman pierces through blasphemers, with God sped bows that quell the hearts within them.
avs.5.18 [0501810] They who, themselves ten hundred, were the rulers of a thousand men, The Vaitahavyas, were destroyed for that they ate a Brahman s cow.
avs.5.18 [0501812] One and a hundred were the folk, those whom the earth shook off from her: When they had wronged the Brahman race they perished incon ceivably.
avs.5.18 Who wrongs the kinsman of the Gods, the Brahman, gains not the sphere to which the Fathers travelled.
avs.5.18 [0501815] Prince! like a poisoned arrow, like a deadly snake, O lord of kine! Dire is the Brahman s arrow: he pierces his enemies therewith.
avs.5.19 [0501902] When men pierced Brihatsaman through, the Brahman, son of Angiras, The ram with teeth in both his jaws, the sheep, devoured their progeny.
avs.5.19 [0501903] If men have spat upon, or shot their rheum upon a Brahman, they.
avs.5.19 [0501904] While yet the Brahman s cow which men are dressing quivers in her throe: She mars the kingdom s splendour: there no vigorous hero springs to life.
avs.5.19 [0501906] If any King who deems himself mighty would eat a Brahman up, Rent and disrupted is that realm wherein a Brahman is oppres sed.
avs.5.19 [0501907] She grows eight footed, and four eyed, four eared, four jawed, two faced, two tongued, And shatters down the kingdom of the man who doth the Brahman wrong.
avs.5.19 Misfortune smites the realm wherein a Brahman suffers scath and harm.
avs.5.19 [0501909] The very trees repel the man, and drive him from their sheltering shade, Whoever claims, O Narada, the treasure that a Brahman owns. [p. a179]
avs.5.19 None hath kept watch to guard his realm who hath devoured a Brahman s cow.
avs.5.19 [0501911] Those nine and ninety people whom Earth shook and cast away from her, When they had wronged the Brahman race were ruined incon ceivably.
avs.6.38 [0603801] What energy the lion hath, the tiger, adder, and burning fire, Brahman, or Surya, And the blest Goddess who gave birth to Indra, come unto us conjoined with strength and vigour!
avs.6.68 [0606803] The razor used by Savitar, for shaving, who knoweth Varuna and royal Soma, Even with this shave ye this man, O Brahman.
avs.8.9 [0800903] Which are the three, the mighty three, whereof the fourth divides the voice, This may the Brahman know by prayer and fervour, whereto belongs the one, whereto the other.
avs.9.1 [0900106] Who understandeth well, who hath perceived it, her heart s un injured Soma holding beaker? Let the wise Brahman priest therein be joyful.
avs.9.1 Brahman and King, the draught ox and the milch cow, barley and rice, and honey is the seventh.
avs.9.4 Turned to one aim, that Brahman gives a thousand who offers up the Bull as his oblation.
avs.9.5 [0900507] The Goat is Agni: light they call him, saying that living man must give him to the Brahman.
avs.9.5 The Goat Panchaudana, given to a Brahman, shall with all ful ness satisfy the giver.
avs.9.5 [0900510] The Goat Panchaudana, given to a Brahman, sets the bestower on the pitch of heaven, In the third vault, third sky, third ridge.
avs.9.5 He gives the Goat Panchaudana to the Brahman.
avs.9.5 [0900512] Seeking the world of good men who have worshipped, he gives the Goat Panchaudana to the Brahman.
avs.9.6 [0900618] Or the host acts in this way to a Yajamana s Brahman: when he looks at the furniture and utensils he says, More here t yet more here.
avs.9.6 [0900637] The man should not eat before the guest who is a Brahman versed in holy lore.
avs.9.10 [0901014] The earth s most distant limit is this altar: this Soma is the Stallion s genial humour; This sacrifice the universe s centre: this Brahman highest heaven where Speech abideth.
avs.10.5 May that bestow upon me wealth and glory of a Brahman s rank.
avs.10.5 May they bestow upon me wealth and glory of a Brahman s rank.
avs.10.10 [1001022] When into Varuna s belly thou hadst found a passage for thy self, The Brahman called thee thence, for he knew how to guide and lead thee forth.
avs.11.3 Received by the Brahman, it has been carried round.
avs.11.8 [1100832] Therefore whoever knoweth man regardeth him as Brahman s self: For all the Deities abide in him as cattle in their pen.
avs.12.2 [1200206] Again have the Adityas, Rudras, Vasus, the Brahman, bringer of good things, O Agni, Again hath Brahmanaspati disposed thee for long life lasting through a hundred autumns.
avs.12.2 A learned Brahman must be sought to drive Carnivorous Agni, forth.
avs.12.3 With pure hands never laid roughly on a Brahman go, pious.
avs.12.4 [1200401] Give the gift, shall be his word: and straightway they have bound the Cow For Brahman priests who beg the boon.
avs.12.4 [1200420] The Deities have begged the Cow, using the Brahman as their mouth: The man who gives her not incurs the enmity of all the Gods.
avs.12.4 [1200430] Her shape and form she manifests when she would seek her dwelling place; Then verily the Cow attends to Brahman priests and their request.
avs.12.4 Then verily the Brahman priests approach that they may beg the Cow
avs.12.4 [1200434] As molten butter, held at length, drops down to Agni from the scoop, So falls away from Agni he who gives no Cow to Brahman priests.
avs.12.4 [1200443] How many cows, O Narada, knowest thou, born among man kind I ask thee who dost know, of which must none who is no Brahman eat?
avs.12.4 [1200446] Vilipti, O Brihaspati, cow, mother of no second calf Of these none not a Brahman should eat if he hope for eminence.
avs.12.5 [1200504] Brahma her guide, the Brahman her lord and ruler;
avs.12.5 [1200505] Of the Kshatriya who taketh to himself this Brahman s cow and oppresseth the Brahman.
avs.12.5 [1200511] All these blessings of a Kshatriya depart from him when he oppresseth the Brahman and taketh to himself the hhman s cow.
avs.12.5 [1200512] Terrible is she this Brahman s cow, and fearfully venomous, visibly witchcraft.
avs.12.5 [1200515] This, the Brahman s cow, being appropriated, holdeth bound in the fetter of Death the oppressor of the Brahman, the blas phemer of the Gods.
avs.12.5 [1200516] A hundred killing bolt is she: she slays the Brahman s injurer.
avs.12.5 [1200527] Following him, the Brahman s cow extinguisheth the vital breath of the injurer of the Brahman.
avs.12.5 [1200538] The Brahman s cow when eaten cuts off the injurer of Brahmans both from this world and from the world yonder.
avs.12.5 [1200541] Having become Flesh eating Agni the Brahman s cow entereth into and devoureth the oppressor of Brahmans.
avs.12.5 [1200544] The Brahman s cow, not restored by a Kshatriya, ruins the marriages and all the kinsmen of the Brahman s oppressor.
avs.12.5 [1200558] O Cow, become a tracker through the curse the Brahman hath pronounced,
avs.13.1 [1300151] That decked by Wind, and that prepared by Indra Brahman aspati, Agnis of Rohita who found light, prayer enkindled, sacrificed.
avs.13.3 with a malediction on the man who wrongs a Brahman
avs.13.3 [1300301] He who engendered these, the earth and heaven, who made the worlds the mantle that he weareth, In whom abide the six wide spreading regions through which the Bird s keen vision penetrateth, This God is wroth offended by the sinner who wrongs the Brahman who hath gained this knowledge Agitate him, O Rohita; destroy him: entangle in thy snares the Brahmana s tyrant.
avs.13.3 This God is wroth offended by the sinner that wrongs the Brahman who hath gained this knowledge.
avs.13.3 Agitate him, O Rohita; destroy him: entangle in thy snares the Brahman s tyrant.
avs.13.4 [1300414] Renown and glory, and force and cloud, the Brahman s splendour, and food, and nourishment,
avs.13.4 [1300422] Devotion and Religious Fervour, and renown and glory, and force and cloud, the Brahman s splendour, and food and nourishment.
avs.13.4 [1300449] With food, and fame, and vigour, with the splendour of a Brahman s rank
avs.13.4 [1300456] With food, and fame, and vigour, with the splendour of a Brahman s rank.
avs.14.1 [1400125] Give thou the wollen robe away: deal treasure to the Brahman priests.
avs.14.1 [1400128] The butchering, the cutting up, the severing of limb and joint Behold the forms which Surya wears: yet these the Brahman purifies,
avs.14.1 The Brahman who knows Surya well deserves the garment of the bride.
avs.14.1 [1400130] The Brahman takes away the robe as a fair thing that brings good luck.
avs.14.2 [1400241] Sent by the Gods associate with Manu, the vesture of the bride, the nuptial garment, He who bestows this on a thoughtful Brahman, drives from the marriage bed all evil demons.
avs.14.2 [1400242] The priestly meed wherewith ye twain present me, the vesture of the bride, the nuptial garment, This do ye both, Brihaspati and Indra, bestow with loving kind ness on the Brahman.
avs.17.1 [1700121] Lustre art thou, illuming: as thou glowest with lustre so I too would shine with cattle, with all the lustre of a Brahman s station.
avs.18.4 [1800415] On thy right hand let Indra be thy Brahman, Brihaspati Adhvaryu Agni Hotar.
avs.19.6 [1900606] The Brahman was his mouth, of both his arms was the Rajanya made.
avs.19.32 [1903208] Do thou, O Darbha, make me dear to Brahman and Rajanya, dear to Sudra, and to Arya dear, Yea, dear to every man we love, to every man with eyes to see.
avs.19.71 Go ye to Brahma s world having enriched me with life and breath, with children and with cattle, with fame and wealth, and with a Brahman s lustre.
avs.20.2 [2000203] Let Indra the Brahman from the Brahman s cup drink Trishtups, according to the season Soma from heaven.
avs.20.67 Pressed for thee, Maghavan, it is offered unto thee: drink from the chalice of this Brahman, drink thy fill.
avs.20.128 No priest, no Brahman s son is he: these things are ordered in the rules.
avs.20.128 [2012807] With well anointed limbs and eyes, wearing fair gem and golden, ring, Good priest is he, the Brahman s son; these things are ordered in the rules.

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