Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 03 Jul 2011 07:27 and updated at 03 Jul 2011 07:27


avs.1.21 [0102101] Lord of the clans, giver of bliss, fiend slayer, mighty over the foe, May Indra, Soma drinker, go before us, Bull, who brings us peace.
avs.4.5 [0400501] The Bull who hath a thousand horns, who rises up from out the sea, By him the strong and mighty one we lull the folk to rest and.
avs.4.11 [0401101] The Bull supports the wide spread earth and heaven, the Bull supports the spacious air between them.
avs.4.11 The Bull supports the sky s six spacious regions: the universal world hath he pervaded.
avs.4.11 [0401102] The Bull is Indra over the beasts he watches.
avs.4.15 Let waters satisfy the earth, the voices of the great mist enve loped Bull who roareth.
avs.4.15 Up from the sea lift your dread might, ye Maruts: as light and splendour, send the vapour upward! [p. a122] Let waters satisfy the earth, the voices of the great mist enve loped Bull who roareth.
avs.4.36 [0403601] Endowed with true strength, let the Bull, Agni Vaisvanara, burn them up.
avs.5.3 [0500308] Foodful and much invoked, at this our calling may the far reaching Bull grant us wide shelter.
avs.5.16 [0501601] Bull! if thou art the single bull, beget.
avs.6.31 [0603101] This spotted Bull hath come and sat before his mother in the east.
avs.6.31 The Bull shines out through all the sky.
avs.6.48 [0604803] Thou art the Bull, the Trishtup s lord: I hold thee fast.
avs.6.98 Bull, called to help, on our right hand thou goest.
avs.7.39 [0703901] May he establish in our home the master of riches, gladdening with rain in season, Mighty, strong winged, celestial, dropping moisture, Bull of the plants and embryo of waters.
avs.7.80 [0708002] To him, the Full Moon s mighty Bull, we pay our solemn sacri fice.
avs.8.5 [0800522] Lord of the clan who brings, us bliss, fiend slayer, queller of the foe, May he, the conqueror, never subdued, may Indra bind the Charm on thee, [p. a336] Bull, Soma drinker, he who gives us peace.
avs.9.1 [0900110] The thunder is thy voice, O Lord of Creatures: a Bull, thou castest on the earth thy vigour.
avs.9.1 [0900120] The thunder is thy voice, O Lord of Creatures: a Bull, thou castest strength on earth and heaven.
avs.9.2 [0900201] Kama the Bull, slayer of foes, I worship with molten butter, sacrifice, oblation.
avs.9.4 [0900401] The Bull, fierce, thousandfold, filled full of vigour, bearing within his flanks all forms and natures, Brihaspati s Steer, hath stretched the thread, bestowing bliss on the worshipper, the liberal giver.
avs.9.4 full of vigour, the Bull sustains a trunk of goodly treasure.
avs.9.4 May he, the Bull, wearing the shape of Indra, come unto us, O Gods, bestowed, with blessing.
avs.9.4 Turned to one aim, that Brahman gives a thousand who offers up the Bull as his oblation.
avs.9.4 [0900411] Let the priest joyfully extol the limbs and members of the Bull Who moved and roared among the kine as Indra moves among the Gods.
avs.9.4 Vata, the God, receives the tail: he stirs the plants and herbs therewith, [0900414] To Surya they assigned the skin, to Sinivali inward parts. [p. a367] The Slaughterer hath the feet, they said, when they distributed the Bull.
avs.9.4 [0900415] They made a jest of kindred s curse: a jar of Soma juice was set, What time the deities, convened, assigned the Bull s divided parts.
avs.9.4 [0900417] That Bull, the husband of the kine, pierces the demons with his horns, Banishes famine with his eye, and hears good tidings with his ears.
avs.9.4 [0900418] With hundred sacrifices he worships: the fires consume him not: All Gods promote the Brahmana who offers the Bull in sacrifice.
avs.9.4 [0900419] He who hath given away the Bull to Brahmans frees and cheers his soul.
avs.9.4 [0900420] Let there be cattle, let there be bodily strength and progeny: All this may the Gods kindly grant to him who gives away the Bull.
avs.9.4 [0900422] With close connexion mingle with the cows in this our cattle pen: Mingle, the Bull s prolific flow, and, Indra! thine heroic strength!
avs.9.4 [0900423] Here we restore this Bull, your youthful leader: sporting with him, go, wander at your pleasure.
avs.10.10 [1001010] The Bull, what time thou followedst the way of Indra, summon ed thee: Thence the Fiend slayer, angered, took thy water and thy milk away.
avs.11.1 [1100135] Thou art a Bull that mounts to heaven: to Rishis and their off spring go.
avs.11.7 [1100716] The Father s sire, the Residue, grandson of Spirit, primal Sire, Lord of the universe, the Bull, dwells on the earth victorious.
avs.13.1 [1300112] Thousand horned Bull, may Jatavedas, worshipped with butter, balmed with Soma, rich in heroes, Besought, never quit me; may I never forsake thee.
avs.13.1 [1300125] Rohita, Bull whose horns are sharply pointed, superior of Agni and of Surya, He who supports the sundered earth and heaven, from him the Gods effect their own creations.
avs.13.1 [1300133] Calf of Viraj, the Bull of prayers and worship, whitebacked, he hath gone up to air s mid region.
avs.16.1 [1600101] The Bull of the Waters hath been let go; the heavenly fires have been let go.
avs.18.1 [1800118] The Bull hath yielded for the Bull the milk of heaven: inviolable is the Son of Aditi.
avs.18.3 [1800336] Thou art the Bull, Supporter, and Upholder,
avs.18.3 [1800365] Agni is shining forth with lofty banner: the Bull is bellowing to earth and heaven.
avs.18.4 [1800458] Far seeing he flows on, the Bull, the Lord of hymns, promoter of the Sun, of Days, of Dawns, of Heaven.
avs.19.27 [1902701] Let the Bull guard thee with the kine, the Stallion with the fleet foot steeds. [p. 233] Let Vayu keep thee safe with prayer, and Indra with his mighty power.
avs.19.36 [1903605] The Bull that weareth horns of gold, this Amulet with hundred hairs, Hath cleft the demons of ill name and overcome the Rakshasas.
avs.20.1 [2000101] Thee, Indra, we invoke, the Bull, what time the Soma hath been pressed.
avs.20.6 [2000601] Thee, Indra, we invoke, the Bull, what time the Soma is ex pressed.
avs.20.25 [2002507] To make thee start, a strong true draught I offer to thee the Bull, O thou whom bay steeds carry.
avs.20.33 [2003302] To make thee start, a strong true draught I offer to thee the Bull, O thou whom bay steeds carry.
avs.20.34 [2003413] Who, with seven guiding reins, the Bull, the mighty, set the Seven Rivers free to flow at pleasure; Who, thunder armed, rent Rauhina in pieces when scaling heaven, He, O ye men, is Indra.
avs.20.36 With heat, O Bull, on every side consume them heat earth and flood for him who hates devotion:
avs.20.41 [2004103] Then verily they recognized the essential form of Tvashtar s Bull.
avs.20.48 [2004804] This brindled Bull hath come and sat before the Mother in the east, Advancing to the Father Heaven.
avs.20.48 [2004805] As expiration from breath she moves along the lucid spheres: The Bull shines forth through all the sky.
avs.20.77 [2007703] When the Bull quaffing praises our libation, as a sage paying holy rites in secret, Seven singers here from heaven hath he begotten, who even by day have wrought their works while singing.
avs.20.78 [2007801] Sing this, what time the juice is pressed, to him your Hero much invoked, To please him as a mighty, Bull.
avs.20.94 [2009403] Let strong and mighty steeds who bear this mighty Indra, the Lord of men, whose arm wields thunder, Bring unto us, as shares of our banquet, the Bull of conquering might, of real vigour.
avs.20.102 [2010201] Meet to be lauded and adored, showing in beauty through the= dark, [p. 348] Agni the Bull is kindled well,
avs.20.102 [2010202] Agni is kindled as a Bull, like a horse bearer of the Gods; Men with oblations worship him.
avs.20.102 [2010203] Thee will we kindle as a Bull, we who are bulls ourselves, O Bull, Thee, Agni, shining mightily.
avs.20.143 [2014309] Asvins, that work of yours deserves our wonder, the Bull of firmament and earth and heaven; Yes, and your thousand promises in battle.

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