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Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 15 May 2011 12:58 and updated at 15 May 2011 12:58

RIGVEDA NOUNS

rvs.1.3 6 Approach, O Indra, hasting thee, Lord of Bay Horses, to the prayers.
rvs.1.16 1 LET thy Bay Steeds bring thee, the Strong, hither to drink the Soma draught,
rvs.1.16 2 Here are the grains bedewed with oil: hither let the Bay Coursers bring
rvs.1.33 When thou, fierce Lord of the Bay Steeds, the Stayer, blewest from earth and heaven and sky the
rvs.1.50 8 Seven Bay Steeds harnessed to thy car bear thee, O thou farseeing One,
rvs.1.52 8 When, Indra, thou whose power is linked with thy Bay Steeds hadst smitten Vrtra, causing floods
rvs.1.54 High glory hath the Asura, compact of strength, drawn on by two Bay Steeds: a Bull, a Car is he.
rvs.1.56 He stays his golden car, yoked with Bay Horses, swift, and drinks the Soma juice which strengthens
rvs.1.61 16 Thus to thee, Indra, yoker of Bay Coursers, the Gotamas have brought their prayers to please
rvs.1.63 9 Prayers have been made by Gotamas, O Indra, addressed to thee, with laud for thy Bay Horses.
rvs.1.81 Lord of Bay Steeds, strongjawed-, sublime, he in joined hands for glorys' sake hath grasped his
rvs.1.82 As thou hast made us full of joy and lettest us solicit thee, now, Indra, yoke thy two Bay Steeds.
rvs.1.82 two Bay Steeds.
rvs.1.82 Thus praised, according to our wish come now with richly laden car. Now, Indra, yoke thy two Bay
rvs.1.82 Who thinks upon the wellfilled- bowl, the Tawny Coursers' harnesser. Now, Indra, yoke thy two Bay
rvs.1.82 Therewith in rapture of the juice, draw near to thy beloved Spouse. Now, Indra, yoke thy two Bay
rvs.1.84 3 Slayer of Vrtra, mount thy car; thy Bay Steeds have been yoked by prayer.
rvs.1.101 10 Rejoice thee with thine own Bay Steeds, O Indra, unclose thy jaws and let thy lips be open.
rvs.1.101 Thou with the fair cheek, let thy Bay Steeds bring thee: gracious to us, he pleased with our
rvs.1.115 His Bay Steeds well maintain his power eternal, at one time bright and darksome at another.
rvs.1.121 13 The strong Bay Horses of the Sun thou stayedst: this Etasa drew not the wheel, O Indra.
rvs.1.130 Let thy Bay Horses bring thee hither as the Sun, as every day they bring the Sun.
rvs.1.165 Thou greetest us when meeting us the Bright Ones. Lord of Bay Steeds, say what thou hast against
rvs.1.165 They call for me, their lauds are longing for me. These my Bay Steeds bear me to these oblations.
rvs.1.173 13 Addressed to thee is this our praise, O Indra: Lord of Bay Steeds, find us hereby advancement.
rvs.1.175 1. GLAD thee: thy glory hath been quaffed, Lord of Bay Steeds, as it were the bowls' enlivening
rvs.1.177 Fameloving-, praised, hither to me with succour turn having yoked both vigorous Bay Horses!
rvs.1.177 Come down to usward-, Bull of human races, come, having harnessed them, with strong Bay Horses.
rvs.1.177 Strewn is the sacred grass: come hither, Sakra; seat thee and drink: unyoke thy two Bay Coursers.
rvs.1.191 He will not die, nor shall we die: his path is far: he whom Bay Horses bear hath turned thee to
rvs.1.191 She will not die, nor shall we die: his path is far: he whom Bay Horses bear hath turned thee to
rvs.1.191 They will not die, nor shall we die: his path is far: he whom Bay Horses bear hath turned thee to
rvs.1.191 The names of all I have secured: his path is far: he whom Bay Horses bear hath turned thee to
rvs.2.11 We laud the bolt that in thine arms lies eager; we laud thy two Bay Steeds, heralds of Surya.
rvs.2.11 7 Indra, thy Bay Steeds showing forth their vigour have sent a loud cry out that droppeth fatness.
rvs.2.11 Come with Bay Steeds to drink of libation, shaking the drops from out thy beard, contented.
rvs.2.16 6 Strong is thy thunderbolt, yea, and thy car is strong; strong are thy Bay Steeds and thy weapons
rvs.2.18 3 To Indras' car the Bay Steeds have I harnessed, that new wellspoken- words may bring him hither.
rvs.2.18 4 Indra, come hitherward with two Bay Coursers, come thou with four, with six when invocated.
rvs.2.18 7 To this my prayer, O Indra, come thou hither: bind to thy cars' pole all thy two Bay Coursers.
rvs.3.30 2 Not far for thee are midairs-' loftiest regions: start hither, Lord of Bays, with thy Bay Horses.
rvs.3.30 6 Forthwith thy Bay steeds down the steep, O Indra, forth, crushing foemen, go thy bolt of thunder!
rvs.3.32 Puffing thy cheeks, impetuous, liberal Giver, here loose thy two Bay Horses and rejoice thee.
rvs.3.35 1. MOUNT the Bay Horses to thy chariot harnessed, and come to us like Vayu with his coursers.
rvs.3.35 2 For him, the God who is invoked by many, the two swift Bay Steeds to the pole I harness,
rvs.3.41 1. INVOKED to drink the Soma juice, come with thy Bay Steeds, Thunderarmed-
rvs.3.43 2 Come our true Friend, passing by many people; come with thy two Bay Steeds to our devotions;
rvs.3.43 3 Pleased, with thy Bay Steeds, Indra, God, come quickly to this our sacrifice that heightens
rvs.3.43 4 Yea, let thy two Bay Stallions bear thee hither, well limbed and good to draw, thy dear
rvs.3.44 Joying thereat, O Indra, with thy Bay Steeds come:. ascend thy goldencoloured- car.
rvs.3.45 1. COME hither, Indra, with Bay Steeds, joyous, with tails like peacocks' plumes.
rvs.3.45 Indra who mounts his chariot at his Bay Steeds' cry, shatters even things that stand most firm.
rvs.3.50 Here, fair of cheek! let thy Bay Coursers place thee: drink of this lovely welleffused libation.
rvs.3.52 7 The groats have we prepared for thee with Pusan, corn for thee, Lord of Bay Steeds, with thy
rvs.3.53 4 A wife, O Maghavan is home and dwelling: so let thy Bay Steeds yoked convey thee hither.
rvs.3.60 The intellect wherewith ye wrought the two Bay Steeds, through these, O Rbhus, ye attained
rvs.4.6 9 These thy Bay Coursers, Agni, dropping fatness, ruddy vigorous, speeding straightly forward,
rvs.4.19 9 Lord of Bay Steeds, thou broughtest from the anthill- the unwedded damsels' son whom ants were
rvs.4.32 Turn thy two Bay Steeds hitherward.
rvs.4.32 So shine the Bay Steeds in their course.
rvs.4.35 7 Lord of Bay Steeds, at dawn the juice thou drankest: thine, only thine, is the noonday libation.
rvs.5.33 2 So made attentive by our hymns, Steer! Indra! thou fastenedst the girth of thy Bay Coursers,
rvs.5.36 2 Lord of Bay Horses, Hero, may the Soma rise to thy cheeks and jaws like mountainridges-.
rvs.5.36 strong Bay Horses.
rvs.5.40 May he come hither with his yoked Bay Horses; may Indra gladden him at the noon libation.
rvs.5.43 Invoked, turn hither in thy car, O Indra, at need, thy two welltrained- and dear Bay Horses.
rvs.6.19 All splendid vigorous powers of men vouchsafe us, Lord of Bay Steeds, that they may make us joyful.
rvs.6.22 Bring us, Lord of Bay Steeds, to make us joyful, celestial wealth, abundant, undecaying.
rvs.6.23 4 even humble rites with his Bay steeds he visits: he wields the bolt, drinks Soma, gives us
rvs.6.37 1. LET thy Bay Horses, yoked, O mighty Indra, bring thy car hither fraught with every blessing.
rvs.6.40 1. DRINK, Indra; juice is shed to make thee joyful: loose thy Bay Steeds and give thy friends
rvs.6.44 10 We turn to thee as Giver, liberal Indra. Lord of the Bay Steeds, be not thou ungracious.
rvs.6.44 19 Let thy Bay Stallions, harnessed, bring thee hither, Steeds with strong chariot and strong
rvs.6.47 Indra moves multiform by his illusions; for his Bay Steeds are yoked, ten times a hundred.
rvs.6.47 19 Here Tvastar, yoking to the car the Bay Steeds, hath extended sway.
rvs.6.57 3 Goats are the team that draws the one: the other hath Bay Steeds at hand;
rvs.7.19 4 At the Gods banquet, herosouled-! with Heroes, Lord of Bay Steeds, thou slewest many foemen.
rvs.7.19 For thee, the Strong, I yoke thy strong Bay Horses: may our prayers reach thee and win strength,
rvs.7.19 7 Give us not up, Lord of Bay Horses, Victor, in this thine own assembly, to the wicked.
rvs.7.24 Hither to me let thy Bay Horses bring thee to listen to our hymns and make thee joyful.
rvs.7.24 4 Come unto us with all thine aids, accordant, Lord of Bay Steeds, accepting our devotions,
rvs.7.25 Strong, Mighty God, dwell with me now and ever: Lord of Bay Horses, do not thou desert us.
rvs.7.28 1. COME to our prayers, O Indra, thou who knowest: let thy Bay Steeds be yoked and guided hither.
rvs.7.29 2 Come to us quickly with thy Bay Steeds, Hero, come to our prayer, accepting our devotion.
rvs.7.32 Come with thy Bay Steeds, Thunderwielder-, to our home, to drink them till they make thee glad.
rvs.7.36 4 May I bring hither with my song, O Indra, wise Aryaman who yokes thy dear Bay Horses,
rvs.7.37 Lord of Bay Steeds, this day may we Vasisthas offer our prayers to thee and bring oblations.
rvs.7.37 5 Thou winnest swift advancement for thy servant, through hymns, Lord of Bay Steeds, which thou
rvs.8.2 27 May the strong Bay Steeds, yoked by prayer, bring hither unto us our Friend,
rvs.8.3 17 Best slayer of the Vrtras, yoke thy Bay Steeds, Indra, from afar.
rvs.8.4 He even now hath yoked his vigorous Bay Steeds: the Vrtraslayer- hath come near.
rvs.8.4 14 To the brown juice may his dear vigorous Bay Steeds bring Indra, to our holy task.
rvs.8.6 36 Come with thy lovely Bay Steeds, come to us from regions far away
rvs.8.6 42 May thy Bay Steeds with beauteous backs, a hundred, bring thee to the feast,
rvs.8.12 Then thy two beautiful Bay Steeds carried thee on.
rvs.8.12 Then thy two beautiful Bay Steeds carried thee on.
rvs.8.12 Then thy two beautiful Bay Steeds carried thee on.
rvs.8.12 28 When thy two beautiful Bay Steeds grew great and greater day by day,
rvs.8.13 Thy Bay Steeds, Indra, fraught with weal tb, consent to come.
rvs.8.13 31 O Indra, strong is this thy car, and strong are these Bay Steeds of thine:
rvs.8.14 12 Let the two longmaned- Bay Steeds bring Indra to drink the Soma juice,
rvs.8.21 10 Borne by Bay Steeds, the Lord of heroes, ruling men, for it is he who takes; delight.
rvs.8.24 14 I spake to the Bay Coursers' Lord, to him who gives ability:
rvs.8.33 Closeknit- to his Bay Steeds, boltarmed-, beside the juice is he: his chariot is of gold.
rvs.8.33 The mighty makes the mighty run in flowing streams for thee whom thy Bay Horses bear.
rvs.8.33 14 When thou hast mounted on thy car let thy yoked Bay Steeds carry thee,
rvs.8.40 Lord of the Bay Steeds, Hinvas' Son. To a Good Hero come our prayers, which soon shall have
rvs.8.50 We know thee, Lord of Bay Steeds victor in the fight, vanquishing even the invincible.
rvs.8.55 May Indra, Lord of Bay Steeds, fairhelmed- Thunderer, act at his pleasure, as he lists.
rvs.8.58 5 Hither his Bay Steeds have been sent, red Steeds are on the sacred grass,,
rvs.8.79 Indra, Lord of Bay Steeds, accept these fitting hymns, hymns which we have thought out for thee.
rvs.8.82 24 These two who share his feast, Bay Steeds with golden manes, shall bring him to
rvs.8.82 31 Come, Lord of rapturous, joys, to our libation with thy Bay Steeds, come
rvs.8.82 With Bay Steeds to the juice we shed.
rvs.8.82 With Bay Steeds to the juice we shed.
rvs.8.87 9 With holy song mey bind to the broad wideyoked- car the Bay Steeds of the rapid God,
rvs.8.88 2 Lord of Bay Steeds, fairhelmed-, rejoice thee: this we crave. Here the disposers wait on thee.
rvs.10.23 1. INDRA, whose right hand wields the bolt, we worship, driver of Bay Steeds seeking sundered
rvs.10.23 2 The treasure which his Bay Steeds found at sacrifice, this wealth made opulent Indra slayer of
rvs.10.31 With power divine he makes his skin a filter, when the Bay Coursers bear him on as Surya.
rvs.10.49 The pious glorify all these thine exploits, Lord of Bay Coursers, Strong, and Selfresplendent.
rvs.10.92 8 Even the Suns' Bay Coursers hath lie held in check: each one fears Indra as the mightiest of all.
rvs.10.93 8 Prompt is Rbhuksan, prompt the worshippers' strong drink: may thy fleet Bay Steeds, thine who
rvs.10.96 1 In the great synod will I laud thy two Bay Steeds: I prize the sweet strong drink of thee the
rvs.10.96 2 Ye who in concert sing unto the goldhued place, like Bay Steeds driving onward to the heavenly
rvs.10.96 He who speeds on with Bay Steeds even as he lists hath satisfied his longing for the golden drops.
rvs.10.96 He, Lord of Tawny Coursers, Lord of fleetfoot- Mares, will bear his Bay Steeds safely over all
rvs.10.96 10 Yea, to the Dear Ones' seat in homes of heaven and earth the Bay Steeds' Lord hath whinnied
rvs.10.104 3 To make thee start, a strong true draught I offer to thee, the Bull, O thou whom Bay Steeds
rvs.10.104 6 Lord of the Bays, come with thy two Bay Horses, come to our prayers, to drink the juice of Soma.
rvs.10.105 2 He whose two Bay Steeds harnessed well, swerving, pursue the Birds' tailplumes-,
rvs.10.112 Let thy Bay Steeds, thy Stallions, hasten hither, with whom thou cornest nigh and art delighted.
rvs.10.112 Come, Indra, with thy dear Bay Horses harnessed, come to our dwelling and the food thou lovest.
rvs.10.114 Which ministering priest is called eighth Hero? Who then hath tracked the two Bay Steeds of Indra?
rvs.10.116 4 Let Indra come, impetuous, doubly mighty, to the poured juice, the Bull, with two Bay Coursers.
rvs.10.128 Lord of Bay Coursers, Indra, blew our children: harm us not, give us not as prey to others.

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