Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 03 Jul 2011 14:57 and updated at 03 Jul 2011 14:57


avs.3.13 [0301301] As ye, when Ahi had been slain, flowed forth together with a roar, So are ye called the Roaring Ones: this, O ye Rivers, is your name.
avs.4.6 [0400602] Far as the heavens and earth are spread in compass, far as the Seven Rivers are extended, So far my spell, the antidote of poison, have I spoken hence,
avs.6.3 Guard us, O Waters Child, and Rivers Seven.
avs.6.24 To the Rivers
avs.6.24 [0602403] All Rivers who have Sindhu for your Lady, Sindhu for your Queen, Give us the balm that heals this ill: this boon let us enjoy from you.
avs.11.6 [1100610] We speak to Constellations, Heaven, to Earth, to Genii, and to Hills, To Seas, to Rivers, and to Lakes: may they deliver us from woe.
avs.14.2 [1400207] May all the Rivers, all the Plants, may all the Forests, all the Fields, O Bride, protect thee from the fiend, guard his sons mother for her lord. [p. 140]
avs.19.10 Auspicious be the firmly seated Mountains, auspicious be the Rivers and the Waters.
avs.19.19 [1901906] Ocean arose with the Rivers.
avs.20.17 These the Seven Rivers flowing on their downward path increase the vital vigour of the Mighty Steer.
avs.20.34 [2003403] Who slew the Dragon, freed the Seven Rivers, and draye the kine forth from the cave of Vala, Begat the fire between both stones, the spoiler in warrior s battle, He, O men, is Indra.
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.20.91 [2009112] Indra with mighty strength hath cleft asunder the head of Arbuda the watery monster, Slain Ahi, and set free the Seven Rivers.

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