Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 03 Jul 2011 14:48 and updated at 03 Jul 2011 14:48


avs.8.10 [0801013] Two teats she had, Rathantara and Brihat, two, Yajnayajniya and Vamadevya.
avs.8.10 [0801014] With the Rathantara the Gods milked from her the Plants, and all the wide expanse with Brihat.
avs.8.10 [0801016] For him who knoweth this, Rathantara poureth out Plants, and Brihat yieldeth wide expansion.
avs.9.10 [0901003] With Jagati the flood in heaven he stablished, and saw the Sun in the Rathantara Saman.
avs.11.3 The Brihat is, the stirring spoon, the Rathantara the ladle.
avs.13.3 [1300311] In front the Brihat Saman is his mantle, and from behind Rathantara enfolds him, Ever with care robing themselves in splendour.
avs.15.2 The Brihat, the Rathantara, the Adityas and all the Gods followed him.
avs.15.2 That man is alienated from the Brihat, the Rathantara, the Adityas, and all Gods who reviles the Vratya who possesses this knowledge.
avs.15.2 He who hath this knowledge becomes the beloved home of the Brihat, the Rathantara the Adityas, and all the Gods.
avs.15.3 [1500305] Brihat and Rathantara were the two long boards, Yajnayajniya and Vamadevya the two cross boards.
avs.15.4 [1500401] For him they made the two Spring months protectors from the eastern region, and Brihat and Rathantara superintendents.
avs.15.4 The two Spring months protect from the eastern region, and Brihat and Rathantara superintend, the man who possesses this knowledge.

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