Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 04 Jul 2011 11:11 and updated at 04 Jul 2011 11:11


avs.2.10 [0201003] May kind Wind strengthen thee in air s mid region, to thee may heaven s four quarters be auspicious.
avs.4.13 [0401303] Hither, O Wind, blow healing balm, blow every fault away, thou Wind! For thou who hast all medicine comest as envoy of the Gods.
avs.5.3 Mine be the middle air s extended region, and may the Wind blow favouring these my wishes.
avs.5.5 [0500507] Gold coloured, bringing happy fate, odorous, hairy bodied one, The sister of the Waters art thou, Laksha! and thy soul is Wind.
avs.6.51 [0605101] Cleansed by the filter of the Wind comes Soma past all our enemies, meet friend of Indra.
avs.7.3 To Vayu God of the Wind
avs.7.4 To Vayu God of the Wind
avs.8.1 [0800105] Purely for thee breathe Wind and Matarisvan, and let the Waters rain on thee their nectar.
avs.8.2 [0800203] Thy breath have I recovered from the Wind, thy vision from the Sun.
avs.8.2 [0800214] Gracious to thee be Heaven and Earth, bringing no grief, and drawing nigh! Pleasantly shine the Sun for thee, the Wind blow sweetly to thy heart! Let the celestial Waters full of milk flow happily for thee.
avs.9.1 [0900103] In sundry spots, repeatedly reflecting, men view upon the earth: her course and action; For she, the first born daughter of the Maruts, derives her origin from Wind and Agni.
avs.9.1 The Honey whip, the Manus first born daughter, derives her origin from Wind and Agni.
avs.10.6 [1000611] The Amulet Brihaspati bound on the swiftly moving Wind.
avs.10.6 [1000617] The Amulet Brihaspati formed for the swiftly moving Wind, This salutary Amulet the Deities assumed and wore. [p. 19] This yieldeth them the universe, again, again, from morn to morn.
avs.10.7 [1000712] Who out of many, tell me, is that Skambha On whom as their foundation earth and firmament and sky are set; In whom as their appointed place rest Fire and Moon and Sun and Wind?
avs.10.7 [1000734] Homage to highest Brahma, him whose two life breathings were the Wind, The Angirases his sight: who made the regions be his means of sense.
avs.10.7 [1000737] Why doth the Wind move ceaselessly? Why doth the spirit take no rest? Why do the Waters, seeking truth, never at any time repose?
avs.10.9 [1000926] Each grain of rice in mortar or on pestle, all on the skin or in the winnowing basket, Whatever purifying Matarisvan, the Wind, hath sifted, let the Hotar Agni make of it an acceptable oblation.
avs.10.10 [1001014] Come hither with the Wind, yea, come with every creature borne on wings.
avs.11.4 [1100415] The name of Prana is bestowed on Matarisvan and on Wind.
avs.11.7 [1100702] The Residue of Sacrifice holdeth Earth, Heaven, and all that is: The Residue of Sacrifice holdeth sea, waters, Moon, and Wind.
avs.11.8 [1100831] The Sun and Wind formed, separate, the eye and vital breath of man.
avs.12.1 [1200151] To whom the winged bipeds fly together, birds of each various kind, the swans, the eagles; On whom the Wind comes rushing, Matarisvan, rousing the dust and causing trees to tremble, and flame pursues the blast.
avs.13.1 [1300151] That decked by Wind, and that prepared by Indra Brahman aspati, Agnis of Rohita who found light, prayer enkindled, sacrificed.
avs.13.4 [1300432] He was produced from Wind: and Wind derives his origin from.
avs.19.27 [1902702] Let Soma guard thee with the plants, Surya protect thee with the stars; With breath let Wind protect thee, and the Moon, foe slayer, with the months.
avs.19.27 [1902707] Fire they endow with vital breath, Wind is compact, with vital breath: With vital breath the Gods produced the Sun whose face turn every way.
avs.20.131 [2013003] Varuna with the Vasus goes: the Wind God hath a hundred reins.

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