Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 15 May 2011 14:43 and updated at 15 May 2011 14:43


rvs.1.32 He slew the Dragon, then disclosed the waters, and cleft the channels of the mountain torrents.
rvs.1.32 2 He slew the Dragon lying on the mountain: his heavenly bolt of thunder Tvastar fashioned.
rvs.1.32 Dragon.
rvs.1.32 The Dragon lies beneath the feet of torrents which Vrtra with his greatness had encompassed.
rvs.1.32 When Indra and the Dragon strove in battle, Maghavan gained the victory for ever.
rvs.1.32 14 Whom sawest thou to avenge the Dragon, Indra, that fear possessed thy heart when thou hadst
rvs.1.61 8 To him, to Indra, when he slew the Dragon, the Dames, too, Consorts of the Gods, wove praises.
rvs.1.80 Thou, mightiest thunderarmed-, hast driven by force the Dragon from the earth, lauding thine own
rvs.1.80 Thy might, O Indra, fain to slay the Dragon, was set firm in heaven, lauding thine own imperial
rvs.1.165 6 Where was that nature then of yours, O Maruts, that ye charged me alone to slay the Dragon?
rvs.1.186 5 May the great Dragon of the Deep rejoice us: as one who nourishes her young comes Sindhu,
rvs.1.187 Under thy flag brave deeds were done he slew the Dragon with thy help.
rvs.2.11 2 Floods great and many, compassed by the Dragon, thou badest swell and settest free, O Hero.
rvs.2.12 3 Who slew the Dragon, freed the Seven Rivers, and drove the kine forth from the cave of Vala,
rvs.2.12 Who slew the Dragon putting forth his vigour, the demon lying there, He, men, is Indra.
rvs.2.15 In the Trikadrukas he drank the Soma: then in its rapture Indra slew the Dragon.
rvs.2.31 6 Your blessing as a boon for suppliants we desire: the Dragon of the Deep, and AjaEkapad-,
rvs.4.17 Thou in thy vigour having slaughtered Vrtra didst free the floods arrested by the Dragon.
rvs.4.17 Thou, Maghavan, rentest with thy bolt the Dragon who lay against the waterfloods of heaven.
rvs.4.19 The Dragon stretched against the seven prone rivers, where no joint was, thou rentest with thy
rvs.4.22 That thou, O Hero, bold and boldly daring, didst with thy bolt, by strength, destroy the Dragon.
rvs.5.29 He grasped his thunderbolt to slay the Dragon, and loosed, that they might flow, the youthful
rvs.5.29 For this oblation found for man the cattle, and Indra, having quaffed it, slew the Dragon.
rvs.5.29 All the Gods raised as it were a shout of triumph to Indra praise because he slew the Dragon.
rvs.5.30 Indra with wondrous powers subdued the Dragon, the guileful lurker who beset the waters.
rvs.5.32 Strong Indra, thou by slaying even the Dragon that lay extended there hast shown thy vigour.
rvs.5.41 Let not the Dragon of the Deep annoy us, and gladly may he welcome our addresses.
rvs.6.17 When Indra, life of every living creature, smote down within his lair the assailing Dragon.
rvs.6.17 Eager and prompt at will, wherewith thou crushedst the boasting Dragon, O impetuous Hero.
rvs.6.20 When thou, Impetuous! leagued with Visnu, slewest Vrtra the Dragon who enclosed the waters.
rvs.7.21 3 Indra, thou settest free the many waters that were encompassed, Hero, by the Dragon.
rvs.7.34 16 With lauds I sing the Dragon born of floods: he sits beneath the streams in middle air.
rvs.7.34 17 Never may the Dragon of the Deep harm us: Never fail this faithful servants' sacrifice.
rvs.7.35 13 May AjaEkapad-, the God, be gracious, gracious the Dragon of the Deep, and Ocean.
rvs.8.3 Indra, thou blewest the great Dragon from the air: men must regard that valorous deed.
rvs.8.85 5 What time, O Indra, in thine arms thou tookest thy wildly rushing bolt to Slay the Dragon,
rvs.10.66 The Dragon of the Deep, shall listen to my words, and all the Deities and Princes shall give ear.
rvs.10.92 12 And may he too give car, the Sage, from far away, the Dragon of the Deep, to this our yearning
rvs.10.93 When the great Dragon of the Deep hath settled down upon their floors.
rvs.10.111 9 Thou didst free rivers swallowed by the Dragon; and rapidly they set themselves in motion,
rvs.10.113 3 When, bearing warlike weapons, fain to win thee praise, thou mettest Vrtra, yea, the Dragon, for
rvs.10.113 As Agni eats the dry food with his tcetlv, he ate Vrtra, the Dragon, maimed by Indras' deadly dart.
rvs.10.133 2 Thou didst destroy the Dragon: thou sentest the rivers down to earth.

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