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


rvs.1.14 12 Harness the Red Mares to thy car, the Bays, O God, the flaming ones:
rvs.1.35 3 The God moves by the upward path, the downward; with two bright Bays, adorable, he journeys.
rvs.1.35 5 Drawing the goldyoked- car his Bays, whitefooted-, have manifested light to all the peoples.
rvs.1.55 7 Drinker of Soma, let thy heart incline to give; bring thy Bays hitherward, O thou who hearest
rvs.1.63 2 When thy two wandering Bays thou drawest hither, thy praiser laid within thine arms the thunder,
rvs.1.76 Bring hither with his Bays the Lord of Soma: here is glad welcome for the Bounteous Giver.
rvs.1.81 Yoke thou thy wildlyrushing- Bays. Whom wilt thou slay and whom enrich? Do thou, O Indra, make us
rvs.1.82 6 With holy prayer I yoke thy longmaned- pair of Bays: come hitherward; thou holdest them in both
rvs.1.111 1. WORKING with skill they wrought the lightly rolling car: they wrought the Bays who bear Indra
rvs.1.161 6 Indra hath yoked his Bays, the Asvins' car is horsed, Brhaspati hath brought the Cow of every
rvs.1.162 Both Bays, both spotted mares are now thy fellows, and to the asss' pole is yoked the Charger.
rvs.1.167 1. A THOUSAND are thy helps for us, O Indra: a thousand, Lord of Bays, thy choice refreshments.
rvs.1.174 To loose the floods, to seek, for kine, the battle, his Bays he mounted boldly seized the booty.
rvs.1.174 6 Thou Indra, Lord of Bays, made strong by impulse, hast slain the vexers of thy friends, who give
rvs.3.30 2 Not far for thee are midairs-' loftiest regions: start hither, Lord of Bays, with thy Bay Horses.
rvs.3.31 Great is their germ, that born of them is mighty, great the Bays' Lords' approach through
rvs.3.32 Lord of Bays, moved by sacrifice come hither: thou with the Swift Ones stirrest floods and waters.
rvs.3.35 4 Those who are yoked by prayer I harness, fleet friendly Bays who take their joy together.
rvs.3.35 5 No other worshippers must stay beside them thy Bays, thy vigorous and smoothbacked- Coursers.
rvs.3.35 7 The grass is strewn for thee, pressed is the Soma; the grain is ready for thy Bays to feed on.
rvs.3.41 8 O thou to whom thy Bays are dear, loose not thy Horses far from us:
rvs.3.43 6 Yoked to thy chariot, led thy tall Bays, Indra, companions of thy banquet, bear thee hither,
rvs.3.47 Gainst' Sambara, Lord of Bays! in winning cattle, and now rejoice in thee, the holy Singers.
rvs.3.51 6 To thee, O Indra, Lord of Bays, for ever are offered prayers and songs: accept them gladly.
rvs.4.16 For thee a new hymn, Lord of Bays, is fashioned. May we, carborne-, through song be victors ever.
rvs.4.17 For thee a new hymn, Lord of Bays! is fashioned. May we, carborne-, through song be victors ever.
rvs.4.19 For thee a new hymn, Lord of Bays! is fashioned. May we, carborne-, through song be victors ever.
rvs.4.20 A new hymn, Lord of Bays! for thee is fashioned. May we, carborn-, through song be victors ever.
rvs.4.21 For thee a new hymn, Lord of Bays! is fashioned. May we, careborne-, through song be victors ever.
rvs.4.22 For thee a new hymn, Lord of Bays, is fashioned. May we, carborne-, through song be victors ever.
rvs.4.23 For thee a new hymn, Lord of Bays, is fashioned. May we, carborne-, through song be victors ever.
rvs.4.24 For thee a new hymn, Lord of Bays, is fashioned. May we, carborne-, through song be victors ever.
rvs.4.32 24 For me the Bays are ready when I start, or start not, with the dawn, Innocuous in the ways they
rvs.4.33 10 They who made glad with sacrifice and praises, wrought the two Bays, his docile Steeds, for
rvs.5.31 2. Haste to us, Lord of Bays; be not ungracious: visit us, lover of goldhued- oblation.
rvs.5.36 With thy left hand, O Maghavan, give us riches: with thy right, Lord of Bays, be not reluctant.
rvs.5.42 4 With willing mind, Indra, vouchsafe us cattle, prosperity, Lord of Bays! and pious patrons;
rvs.6.20 He mounts his Bays, as the carseat- an archer: yoked at a word they bear the lofty Indra.
rvs.6.23 Or when with yoked Bays, Maghavan, thou comest, O Indra, bearing in thine arms the thunder.
rvs.6.40 3 The fire is kindled, Soma pressed, O Indra: let thy Bays, best to draw, convey thee hither.
rvs.6.41 Drink this, Lord of the Bays, thou Strong Supporter, this that is thine of old, thy food for ever.
rvs.7.20 Lord of Bays, Indra, brandishing his thunder, is gratified with Soma at the banquet.
rvs.7.21 We wake thee, Lord of Bays, with sacrifices: mark this our laud in the wild joy of Soma.
rvs.7.22 1. DRINK Soma, Lord of Bays, and let it cheer thee: Indra, the stone, like a well guided courser,
rvs.7.22 2 So let the draught of joy, thy dear companion, by which, O Lord of Bays, thou slayest foemen,
rvs.7.23 3 The Bays, the bootyseeking- car I harness: my prayers have reached him who accepts them gladly.
rvs.7.25 5 Here are the Kutsas supplicating Indra for might, the Lord of Bays for Godsent- conquest.
rvs.7.29 1. THIS Soma hath been pressed for thee, O Indra: come hither, Lord of Bays, for this thou lovest.
rvs.7.31 And, for the Bays' Lord, strengthened those he loveth.
rvs.7.32 Him who is Indra, Lord of Bays, no foes subdue. He gives the Somapourer- strength.
rvs.7.66 The Seven sister Bays bear Surya on his car, to bring us wealth and happiness.
rvs.8.1 So may the longmaned- Bays, yoked by devotion, bring Indra to drink the Soma juice.
rvs.8.1 25 Yoked to thy chariot wrought of gold, may thy two Bays with peacock tails,
rvs.8.2 High rank be his, O Lord of Bays.
rvs.8.12 God, thy Bays turn not from the rite which Law ordains.
rvs.8.13 10 Praise him, the Glorious, skilled in song, Lord of the two victorious Bays:
rvs.8.13 23 And thy two highIylauded- Bays, strong stallions, draw thy car who art
rvs.8.17 2 O Indra, let thy longmaned- Bays, yoked by prayer, bring thee hitherward
rvs.8.21 Here are our wishes; thou art liberal, Lord of Bays: we and our hymns are present here.
rvs.8.24 Set in the highest rank, Wealthgiver-, Lord of Bays!
rvs.8.24 Nor hosts that press about thee, Lord of Bays, in fight.
rvs.8.32 29 Hither let these thy Bays who share thy banquet, Steeds with golden manes,
rvs.8.32 30 Hither, O thou whom many laud, the Bays whom Priyamedha praised,
rvs.8.33 Thy car, O Maghavan, thy Bays are strong as bulls: thou, Satakratu, art a Bull.
rvs.8.34 1. Come hither, Indra, with thy Bays, come thou to Kanvas' eulogy.
rvs.8.34 9 As wings the falcon, so thy Bays rushing in joy shall carry thee.
rvs.8.45 39 Hither I draw those Bays of thine yoked
rvs.8.46 Him, rich in wealth, let swift Steeds bring to us, his Bays, to Soma juice for his carouse:
rvs.8.48 10 May I be with the Friend whose heart is tender, who, Lord of Bays! when quaffed will never harm
rvs.8.54 4 Hither, O Indra, let thy Bays bear up and, bring upon thy car
rvs.8.59 But one who yokes the brighthued- steeds, the Etasas, even Indra yoker of the Bays.
rvs.8.94 O Indra, mighty- thoughted, harnessing thy Bays, come Lofty with the Lofty Ones.
rvs.8.94 8 The Bays who draw thy chariot, Steeds who injure none, surpass the winds' impetuous strength-
rvs.8.97 As such, rousing thy power, we invocate thee now, thee Satakratu, Lord of Bays.
rvs.8.97 8 Thine, Lord of Bays, am I. Prayer longeth for the spoil. Still with thy help I seek the fight.
rvs.10.49 I took unto myself the two swift vigorous Bays that speed on divers paths, and the fierce bolt for
rvs.10.96 6 These two dear Bays bring hither Indra on his car, Thunderarmed-, joyous, meet for laud, to
rvs.10.96 7 The goldhued- drops have flowed to gratify his wish: the yellow dro s have urged the swift Bays
rvs.10.96 13 Juices aforetime, Lord of Bays, thou drankest; and thine especially is this libation.
rvs.10.104 6 Lord of the Bays, come with thy two Bay Horses, come to our prayers, to drink the juice of Soma.

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