Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 03 Jul 2011 13:44 and updated at 03 Jul 2011 13:44


avs.2.8 [0200802] Vanish this Night, extinct in Dawn! Let those who weave their spells depart.
avs.2.15 [0201602] As Day and Night are not afraid, nor ever suffer loss or harm, Even so, my spirit, fear not thou.
avs.3.10 [0301002] May she whom Gods accept with joy, Night who approacheth.
avs.3.10 [0301003] Thou whom with reverence we approach, O Night, as model of the Year, Vouchsafe.
avs.3.10 Night! may the favour of the Gods attend us.
avs.5.5 [0500501] Aryaman is thy grandsire, Night thy mother, and the Cloud thy sire.
avs.5.12 [0501206] Pouring sweet dews let holy Night and Morning, each close to each, be seated at their station, Lofty, celestial Dames with gold to deck them, assuming all their fair and radiant beauty.
avs.5.27 [0502708] Far reaching, ruling by the Law of Agni, May Dawn and Night, the holy, speeding near us, aid this our sacrificial ceremony.
avs.6.3 [0600303] Preserve us both the Asvins, Gods and Lords of Light, and let the Dawns and Night bring us deliverance.
avs.6.12 I ward thy poison off, as Night parts all else living from the Sun.
avs.7.79 [0707901] Night of the New born Moon, whatever fortune the Gods who dwell with greatness have assigned thee, Therewith fulfil our sacrifice, all baunteous! Blessed One, grant us wealth with manly offspring.
avs.7.79 [0707902] I am the New Moon s Night, the good and pious are my in habitants, these dwell within me.
avs.7.79 [0707903] The Night hath come, the gatherer of treasures, bestowing strength, prosperity, and riches.
avs.7.79 To New Moon s Night let us present oblation: pouring out strength, with milk hath she come hither.
avs.7.79 [0707904] Night of New Moon! never hath been born another than thou embracing all these forms and natures, May we have what we longed for when we brought thee obla tions: may we be the lords of riches.
avs.7.80 [0708001] Full in the front, full rearward, from the middle the Full Moon s Night hath conquered in the battle.
avs.8.2 [0800220] We give thee over as a charge to Day and Night, in trust to both.
avs.9.3 [0900317] Grass covered, clad with straw, the house, like Night, gives rest to man and beast.
avs.10.7 [1000706] Whitherward yearning speed the two young Damsels, accordant, Day and Night, of different colour? Who out of many, tell me, is that Skambha to whom the Waters take their way with longing?
avs.10.8 Day and Night reproduce themselves, each from the form the other wears.
avs.11.6 [1100605] This word of ours to Day and Night, and to the Sun and Moon we speak, All the Adityas we address: may they deliver us from woe.
avs.11.6 [1100607] From all that brings a curse may Day and Night and Dawn deliver me, May Soma free me, God to whom they give the name of Chandramas.
avs.11.7 [1100714] Nine several oceans, earths, and skies are set within, the Residue, Bright shines the Sun therein, in me, the Residue, are Day and Night.
avs.13.2 Day and the Night, clad in the robes of Surya, spread forth more widely all his hero powers.
avs.13.3 [1300326] Born is the darksome Mother s Son, the whitely shining Calf of Night.
avs.13.4 [1300430] He was brought forth from Night: and Night derives her origins from him.
avs.15.2 In the southern region Dawn is his leman, Mitra his panegyrist, knowledge his vesture, day his turban, night his hair, Indra s two Bays are his circular ornaments, New Moon Night and Full Moon Night are his running attendants, Mind, etc.
avs.15.2 Day and Night are his running attendants, Mind, etc.
avs.15.6 The Seasons, groups of seasons, the worlds and their inhabitants, the months and half months, and Day and Night followed him.
avs.15.18 [1501804] Day and Night are his nostrils.
avs.16.8 Let him not be freed from the noose of Day and Night, etc.
avs.19.8 Profit and wealth be mine, and wealth and profit! To Day and Night be adoration rendered!
avs.19.47 A hymn to Night for protection from fiends, robbers, snakes and wolves
avs.19.47 [1904701] Night! the terrestrial realm hath been filled with the Father s power and might.
avs.19.47 O spacious, darksome Night, may we uninjured reach the end of thee, reach, O thou blessed One, thine end.
avs.19.47 [1904703] Thy ninety nine examiners, O Night, who look upon mankind, Eighty and eight in number, or seven and seventy are they.
avs.19.47 [1904705] Twenty and two hast thou, O Night, eleven, yea, and fewer still.
avs.19.47 Night, the serpent with his pungent breath.
avs.19.47 [1904709] Crush the wolf s jaws in pieces, strike the robber dead against a post. [p. 250] In thee, O Night, do we abide: we here will sleep.
avs.19.48 A hymn to Night for protection
avs.19.48 [1904802] Entrust thou us to Dawn, O Mother Night.
avs.19.48 Whatever fastens on a joint, therefrom do thou protect us, Night.
avs.19.48 [1904805] They who are followers of Night, and they who watch over living things.
avs.19.48 [1904806] Verily, Night, I know thy name, Dropper of Fatness art thou called.
avs.19.49 A hymn of Praise and prayer to Night
avs.19.49 [1904901] Friend of the home, the strong and youthful maiden, Night, dear to Savitar the God, and Bhaga, All compassing, all glorious, prompt to listen, hath with her greatness filled the earth and heaven.
avs.19.49 Over me now the loving Night is spreading with her auspicious.
avs.19.49 [1904903] Excellent, high born, blissful, meet for worship, Night, thou hast come: stay here with friendly spirit.
avs.19.49 [1904904] With eager haste hath Night assumed the vigour of leopard,.
avs.19.49 [1904905] Kind through the Night be absence of the sunshine: Mother of Frost, may she be swift to hear us.
avs.19.49 [1904906] Even as a King, O splendid Night, thou takest pleasure in our hymn.
avs.19.49 My wealth do thou annoy, O Night, that not one robber may appear, none may a second time appear.
avs.19.49 [1904908] Thou like a well wrought cup, O Night, art lovely: thou, a.
avs.19.49 Let Night go forth, encounter him, and smite away his neck and head;
avs.19.50 A hymn to Night for protection and prosperity
avs.19.50 [1905001] Blind him and make him headless, Night! the serpent with the pungent breath.
avs.19.50 [1905002] Those oxen that are thine, O Night, with sharpened horns and rapid pace, With those transport us safe to day over difficulties everywhere.
avs.19.50 So cause the man to vanish, Night, who plans to do us injury.
avs.19.50 [1905006] If dealing treasure thou hast come to day, O highly favoured Night.
avs.19.50 [1905007] Do thou entrust us to the Dawn, all of us free from sin, O Night.
avs.19.56 [1905602] At first the all containing, depth beheld thee, ere Night was born, when only Day existed.

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