Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 15 May 2011 12:33 and updated at 15 May 2011 12:33


rvs.1.24 Wise Asura, thou King of wide dominion, loosen the bonds of sins by us committed.
rvs.1.35 7 He, strong of wing, hath lightened up the regions, deepquivering- Asura, the gentle Leader.
rvs.1.35 10 May he, goldhanded- Asura, kind Leader, come hither to us with his help and favour.
rvs.1.54 High glory hath the Asura, compact of strength, drawn on by two Bay Steeds: a Bull, a Car is he.
rvs.1.110 And this the drinkingchalice- of the Asura, which till that time was one, ye made to be fourfold.
rvs.1.131 1. To Indra Dyaus the Asura hath bowed him down, to Indra mighty Earth with wideextending- tracts,
rvs.1.174 1. THOU art the King of all the Gods, O Indra: protect the men, O Asura, preserve us.
rvs.2.1 6 Rudra art thou, the Asura of mighty heaven: thou art the Maruts' host, thou art the Lord of food,
rvs.2.27 10 Thou over all, O Varuna, art Sovran, be they Gods, Asura! or be they mortals.
rvs.2.28 7 Strike us not, Varuna, with those dread weapons which, Asura, at thy bidding wound the sinner.
rvs.4.2 Rich, Asura! in sacred food and children, in full assembly, wealth broadbased- and during.
rvs.4.53 1. OF Savitar the God, the sapient Asura, we crave this great gift which is worthy of our choice,
rvs.5.12 1. To Agni, lofty Asura, meet for worship, Steer of eternal Law, my prayer I offer;
rvs.5.15 Enthroned in oil, the Asura, blissgiver-, is Agni, firm support of noble, riches.
rvs.5.41 Or also to the Asura of heaven, Worshipful, bring a hymn as it were libation.
rvs.5.42 May the Five Priests' Lord, dwelling in oblations, blissgiving- Asura, hear, whose paths are open.
rvs.5.42 Worship thou Rudra for his great good favour: adore the Asura, God, with salutations.
rvs.5.51 The Asura Pusan grant us all prosperity, and Heaven and Earth most wise vouchsafe us happiness.
rvs.6.20 2 Even as the power of Dyaus, to thee, O Indra, all Asura sway was by the Gods entrusted,
rvs.7.2 Your very skilful Asura, meet for worship, envoy between both worlds, the truthful speaker.
rvs.7.6 1. PRAISE of the Asura, high imperial Ruler, the Manly One in whom the folk shall triumph-
rvs.7.30 Agni the Asura shall sit as Herald, calling Gods hither for our great good fortune.
rvs.8.19 As doth the Asura his robe.
rvs.8.20 17 Even as Rudras' Sons, the brood of the Creator Dyaus, the Asura, desire,
rvs.8.42 1. LORD of all wealth, the Asura propped the heavens, and measured out the broad earths' wide
rvs.8.79 6 As such we seek thee now, O Asura, thee most wise, craving thy bounty as our share.
rvs.9.73 That Asura hath formed, to seize, three lofty heights. The ships of truth have borne the pious man
rvs.9.74 7 Soma assumes white colour when he strives to gain: the bounteous Asura knows full many a
rvs.10.10 Sons of the mighty Asura, the Heroes, supporters of the heavens, see far around them.
rvs.10.11 The priest calls out, the sacrificer shows his skill, the Asura tries his strength, and with the
rvs.10.53 4 This prelude of my speech I now will utter, whereby we Gods may quell our Asura foemen.
rvs.10.54 4 Thou, Mighty Steer, hast four supremest natures, Asura natures that may Never be injured.
rvs.10.55 Great art thou, matchless is thine Asura nature, who, high above, art kin to those beneath thee.
rvs.10.56 6 In two ways have the sons established in his place the Asura who finds the light, by the third
rvs.10.67 2 Thinking aright, praising eternal Order, the sons of Dyaus the Asura, those heroes,
rvs.10.92 6 Straightway the Rudras, Maruts visiting all men, Falcons of Dyaus, homedwellers- with the Asura,
rvs.10.96 O Asura, disclose thou and make visible the Cows' beloved home to the bright golden Sun.
rvs.10.99 2 He goes to end his work with lightning flashes: wide is the seat his Asura glory gives him.
rvs.10.99 12 So, swiftly Asura, for exaltation, hath the great Vamraka come nigh to Indra.
rvs.10.131 And aided Indra in his work with Namuci of Asura birth.
rvs.10.132 4 That other, Asura! too was born of Heaven. thou art, O Varuna, the King of all men.
rvs.10.138 Associate with Rjisvan Indra overthrew the solid forts of Pipru, conjuring Asura.

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