Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 03 Jul 2011 12:47 and updated at 03 Jul 2011 12:47


avs.3.9 [0300902] The bands hold fast without a knot: this is the way that Manu used.
avs.7.37 [0703701] With this my robe, inherited from Manu, I envelop thee, So that thou mayst be all mine own and give no thought to other dames.
avs.7.82 [0708206] Butter to thee in heaven thy home, O Agni! Manu this day hath kindled thee with butter.
avs.8.10 They called her, Come unto us, come hither thou Free giver! Earth was her milking pail, the calf beside her Manu Vaivasvata, Vivasvan s offspring.
avs.12.1 [1200102] Not over awded by the crowd of Manu s sons, she who hath many heights and floods and level plains; She who bears plants endowed with many varied powers, may Prithivi for us spread wide and favour us.
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.20.61 [2006102] Wherewith thou also foundest lights for Ayu and for Manu s sake: Now joying in!!this sacred grass thou beamest forth.
avs.20.126 [2012623] Daughter of Manu, Parsu bare a score of children at a birth. [p. 362] Her portion verily was bliss although her burthen caused her grief.

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