Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 03 Jul 2011 08:23 and updated at 03 Jul 2011 08:23


avs.1.18 [0101804] Antelope foot, and Bullock tooth, Cow terrifier, Vapour form, The Licker, and the Spotted Hag, all these we drive away from us.
avs.3.14 Here may this Cow pen make you grow and prosper, Still while we live may we approach you living, ever increasing with the growth of riches.
avs.4.34 Let me not lose it: swelling by its nature, be it my perfect Cow to grant all wishes!
avs.4.39 [0403902] Earth is the Cow, her calf is Agni.
avs.4.39 [0403904] Air is the Cow, her calf is Vayu.
avs.4.39 [0403906] Heaven is the Cow, her calf Aditya.
avs.6.70 [0607001] As wine associates with flesh, as dice attend the gaming board, As an enamoured man s desire is firmly set upon a dame, So let thy heart and soul, O Cow, be firmly set upou thy calf.
avs.6.70 [0607002] As the male elephant pursues with eager step his female s track, As an enamoured man s desire is firmly set upon a dame, So let thy heart and soul, O Cow, be firmly set upon the calf.
avs.6.70 [0607003] Close as the felly and the spoke, fixt as the wheel rim on the nave, As an enamoured man s desire is firmly set upon a dame, So let thy heart and soul, O Cow, be firmly set upon thy calf.
avs.7.1 [0700101] They who by thought have guided all that Speech hath best, or they who with their heart have uttered words of truth, Made stronger by the strength which the third prayer bestows, have by the fourth prayer learned the nature of the Cow.
avs.7.73 Feed on the grass, O Cow, at every season, and, coming hither, drink the limpid water.
avs.7.104 [0710401] Who will prepare the dappled Cow, good milker, never without calf, whom Varuna gave Atharvan, And, joying in Brihaspati s alliance, arrange according to his will her body?
avs.8.9 [0800925] Who is the Cow? Who is the Single Rishi? What is the law, what are the benedictions? What on the earth is the one only Spirit? Which of the number is the Single Season?
avs.8.9 [0800926] One is the Cow, one is the Single Spirit, one is the law, single are benedictions. [p. a349] The Spirit dwelling on the earth is single: the Single Season never is transcended.
avs.9.2 [0900205] She, Kama! she is called the Cow, thy daughter, she who is named Vak and Viraj by sages.
avs.9.5 One only Cow omni form art thou, that yields all wishes.
avs.9.9 [0900909] Yoked was the Mother to the boon Cow s car pole; in humid folds of cloud the infant rested.
avs.9.9 Then the Calf lowed and looked upon the Mother, the Cow who wears all shapes in three directions.
avs.9.9 [0900917] Beneath the upper realm, above this lower, bearing her Calf at foot, the Cow hath risen.
avs.9.10 May this Cow yield her milk for both the Asvins, and may she prosper to our high advantage.
avs.9.10 [0901006] The Cow hath lowed after her blinking youngling: she licks his forehead as she lows, to form it.
avs.9.10 [0901007] He also snorts, by whom encompassed round the Cow lows as she closely clings to him who sheds the rain.
avs.9.10 Feed on the grass, O Cow, through all the seasons, and coming hitherward drink limpid water.
avs.9.10 [0901021] Forming the water floods the Cow herself hath lowed, one foot ed or two footed or four footed, she, Who hath become eight footed or acquired nine feet, the uni verse s thousand syllabled Pankti.
avs.10.9 [1000903] The holy water be thy hair: let thy tongue make thee clean, O Cow.
avs.10.9 Harm not thy dresser, Cow! To heaven, O Hundredfold Oblation, speed!
avs.10.9 [1000924] Let all thy skin, Sataudana! let every hair thou hast, O Cow, Pour for the giver mingled curd, and flowing butter, milk, and mead.
avs.10.10 A glorification of the sacred Cow as representing the radiant heavens
avs.10.10 [1001001] Worship to thee springing to life, and worship unto thee when born! Worship, O Cow, to thy tail hair, and to thy hooves, and to thy form!
avs.10.10 [1001002] The man who knows the Seven Floods, who knows the seven distances, Who knows the head of sacrifice, he may receive the holy Cow.
avs.10.10 [1001004] Hitherward we invite with prayer the Cow who pours a thou sand streams, By whom the heaven, by whom the earth, by whom these waters are preserved.
avs.10.10 The Deities who breathe in her all separately know the Cow. [p. 37]
avs.10.10 [1001006] Her foot is sacrifice, her milk libation, Svadha her breath, Mahiluka the mighty: To the God goes with prayer the Cow who hath Parjanya for her lord.
avs.10.10 [1001007] Agni hath entered into thee; Soma, O Cow, hath entered thee.
avs.10.10 Thine udder is Parjanya, O blest Cow; the lightnings are thy teats.
avs.10.10 [1001008] Thou pourest out the Waters first, and corn lands afterward, O Cow.
avs.10.10 O Cow, thou pourest food and milk.
avs.10.10 [1001011] O Cow, the milk which in his wrath the Lord of Riches took from thee, That same the vault of heaven now preserveth in three reser voirs.
avs.10.10 [1001012] The Cow Celestial received that Soma in three vessels, where.
avs.10.10 [1001013] Come hither with the Soma, come with every footed thing; the Cow With Kalis and Gandharvas by her side hath stepped upon the sea.
avs.10.10 Laden with holy verse and song the Cow hath leapt into the sea.
avs.10.10 [1001015] Come with the Sun, come hitherward with every creature that hath eyes, Bearing auspicious lights with her the Cow hath looked across the sea.
avs.10.10 [1001016] When, covered round about with gold, thou stoodest there, O Holy One, The ocean turned into a horse and mounted on thy back, O Cow, [p. 38]
avs.10.10 [1001017] Then came and met the Blessed Ones, Deshtri, the Cow, and Svadha, where Atharvan, consecrated.
avs.10.10 [1001018] The Kshatriya s mother is the Cow, thy mother, Svadha! is the Cow.
avs.10.10 Sacrifice is the weapon of the Cow: the thought arose from, her.
avs.10.10 [1001019] From Brahma s summit there went forth a drop that mounted up on high: From that wast thou produced, O Cow, from that the Hotar sprang to life.
avs.10.10 [1001020] Forth from thy mouth the Gathas came, from thy neck s nape sprang strength, O Cow.
avs.10.10 [1001021] From thy fore quarters and thy thighs motion was generated, Cow! Food from thine entrails was produced, and from thy belly came the plants.
avs.10.10 Now sacrifices have become victories, and the Cow their eye.
avs.10.10 [1001025] The Cow hath welcomed sacrifice: the Cow hath held the Sun in place.
avs.10.10 Together with the prayer the mess of rice hath passed into the Cow.
avs.10.10 [1001026] They call the Cow immortal life, pay homage to the Cow as Death.
avs.10.10 [1001027] The man who hath this knowledge may receive the Cow with.
avs.10.10 That which shines midmost of them is this Cow most difficult to hold.
avs.10.10 [1001029] Four parted was the Cow s prolific humour.
avs.10.10 [1001030] The Cow is Heaven, the Cow is Earth, the Cow is Vishnu, Lord of Life.
avs.10.10 e The Sadhyas and the Vasus have drunk the out pourings of the Cow.
avs.10.10 [1001031] When these, Sadhyas and Vasus, have drunk the out pourings of the Cow, They in the Bright One s dwelling place pay adoration to her milk.
avs.10.10 [1001033] He who hath given a Cow unto the Brahmans winneth all the worlds.
avs.10.10 [1001034] Both Gods and mortal men depend for life and being on the Cow.
avs.11.1 [1100128] Here is my gold, a light immortal: ripened grain from the field this Cow of Plenty give me! [p. 44] This wealth I place among the Brahmans, making a path that leads to heaven among the Fathers.
avs.12.3 Away to darkness go all those who hate us! Cow, ox, and strength of every kind approach us! Thus let them banish death of human beings.
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 Who will not give the Cow of Gods to Rishis children when they beg.
avs.12.4 [1200409] What time the Dasi woman throws lye on the droppings of the Cow, Misshapen birth arises thence, inseparable from that sin.
avs.12.4 [1200410] For Gods and Brahmans is the Cow produced when first she springs to life, Hence to the priests must she be given: this they call guarding private wealth.
avs.12.4 [1200411] The God created Cow belongs to those who come to ask for her.
avs.12.4 [1200412] He who withholds the Cow of Gods from Rishis sons who ask the gift Is made an alien to the Gods, and subject to the Brahmans wrath:
avs.12.4 [1200413] Then let him seek another Cow, whatever his profit be in this.
avs.12.4 The Cow, not given, harms a man when he denies her at their prayer.
avs.12.4 [1200414] Like a rich treasure stored away in safety is the Brahmans Cow.
avs.12.4 [1200415] So when the Brahmans come unto the Cow they come unto their own.
avs.12.4 He, Narads! would know the Cow, then Brahmans must be sought unto.
avs.12.4 [1200417] Whoso calls her a worthless Cow, the stored up treasure of the Gods, Bhava and Sarva, both of them, move round and shoot a shaft at him.
avs.12.4 [1200418] The man who hath no knowledge of her udder and the teats thereof, [p. 99] She yields him milk with these, if he hath purposed to bestow the Cow.
avs.12.4 [1200419] If he withholds the Cow they beg, she lies rebellious in his stall.
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 [1200422] If hundred other Brahmans beg the Cow of him who owneth her, The Gods have said, She, verily, belongs to him who knows the truth.
avs.12.4 [1200423] Whoso to others, not to him who hath this knowledge, gives the Cow, Earth, with the Deities, is hard for him to win and rest upon.
avs.12.4 [1200424] The Deities begged the Cow from him with whom at first she was produced: Her, this one, Narada would know: with Deities he drove her forth.
avs.12.4 [1200425] The Cow deprives of progeny and makes him poor in cattle who Retains in his possession her whom Brahmans have solicited.
avs.12.4 [1200429] Roaming in many a place the Cow is the stored treasure of the Gods, Make manifest thy shape and form when she would seek her dwelling place. [p. 100]
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 [1200432] By Svadha to the Fathers, by sacrifice to the Deities, By giving them the Cow, the Prince doth not incur the mother s.
avs.12.4 [1200433] The Prince s mother is the Cow: so was it ordered from of old.
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 [1200435] Good milker, with rice cake as calf, she in the world comes nigh to him, To him who gave her as a gift the Cow grants every hope and.
avs.12.4 [1200436] In Yama s realm the Cow fulfils each wish for him who gave her up; But hell, they say, is for the man who, when they beg, bestow her not.
avs.12.4 [1200437] Enraged against her owner roams the Cow when she hath been impregned.
avs.12.4 [1200438] Whoever looking on the Cow as fruitless, cooks her flesh at home, Brihaspati compels his sons and children of his sons to beg.
avs.12.4 [1200439] Downward she sends a mighty heat, though amid kine a Cow she roams.
avs.12.4 [1200440] The animal is happy when it is bestowed upon the priests: But happy is the Cow when she is made a sacrifice to Gods.
avs.12.4 [1200442] The Gods considered her in doubt whether she were a Cow or not.
avs.12.4 Mirada spake of her and said, The veriest Cow of cows is she.
avs.12.4 [1200448] This Brahmans! is your sacrifice: thus should one think when he is asked, What time they beg from him the Cow fearful in the with holder s house.
avs.12.4 [1200449] He gave her not to us, so spake the Gods, in anger, of the Cow.
avs.12.4 [1200450] Solicited by Indra, still Bheda refused to give this Cow.
avs.12.4 [1200451] The men of evil counsel who advise refusal of the Cow, Miscreants, through their foolishness, are subjected to Indra s wrath.
avs.12.4 [1200452] They who seduce the owner of the Cow and say, Bestow her not.
avs.12.4 [1200453] If in his home one cooks the Cow, sacrificed or not sacrificed.
avs.12.5 [1200558] O Cow, become a tracker through the curse the Brahman hath pronounced,
avs.12.5 [1200560] O Cow, break thou the head of him who wrongs the Brahmans, criminal, niggard, blasphemer of the Gods.
avs.12.5 [1200563] Consume thou, even from the root, the Brahmans tyrant, god like Cow!
avs.12.5 [1200565] So, Goddess Cow, do thou from him, the Brahmans tyrant, criminal, niggard, blasphemer of the Gods,
avs.13.1 [1300141] Beneath the upper realm, above this lower, bearing her Calf at foot, the Cow hath risen [p. 111] Whitherward, to what place hath she departed? Where doth she calve? Not in this herd of cattle.
avs.18.1 [1800132] When the Cow s nectar wins the God completely, men here below are heaven s and earth s sustainers All the Gods come to this thy heavenly Yajus which from the motley Pair milked oil and water
avs.19.11 May all the Holy Ones of earth and heaven, and the Cow s off spring hear our invocation.
avs.20.32 O Asura, disclose thou and make visible the Cow s beloved home to the bright golden Sun.
avs.20.129 Cow s hoof and horse s tail hast thou,

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