Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 15 May 2011 15:05 and updated at 15 May 2011 15:05


rvs.1.93 6 One of you Matarisvan brought from heaven, the Falcon rent the other from the mountain.
rvs.3.43 7 Drink of the strong pressed out by strong ones, Indra, that which the Falcon brought thee when
rvs.4.18 My consort I beheld in degradation. The Falcon then brought me the pleasant Soma.
rvs.4.26 4 Before all birds be ranked this Bird, O Maruts; supreme of falcons be this fleetwinged- Falcon,
rvs.4.26 Swift he returned with sweetness of the Soma, and hence the Falcon hath acquired his glory.
rvs.4.26 6 Bearing the stalk, the Falcon speeding onward, Bird bringing from afar the draught that gladdens,
rvs.4.26 7 The Falcon took and brought the Soma, bearing thousand libations with him, yea, ten thousand.
rvs.4.27 HYMN XXVII. The Falcon. 27
rvs.4.27 A hundred iron fortresses confined me but forth I flew with rapid speed a Falcon.
rvs.4.27 3 When with loud cry from heaven down sped the Falcon, thence hasting like the wind he bore the
rvs.4.27 4 The Falcon bore him from heavens' lofty summit as the swift car of Indras' Friend bore Bhujyu.
rvs.5.45 Down on the Soma swooped the rapid Falcon. Bright was the young Sage moving mid his cattle.
rvs.7.15 4 I have begotten this new hymn for Agni, Falcon of the sky:
rvs.8.84 3 Drink Soma to inspirit thee, juice, Indra, which the Falcon brought:
rvs.8.89 The Falcon went to heaven and brought the Soma to the Thunderer.
rvs.9.48 3 Hence, Sapient One! the Falcon, strong of wing, unwearied, brought thee down,
rvs.9.67 14 The Falcon dips within the jars: he wrap him in his robe and goes
rvs.9.68 6 The sages knew the form of him the Gladdener, what time the Falcon brought the plant from far
rvs.9.71 Down to the earth hath looked the heavenly Falcon: Soma with wisdom views all living creatures.
rvs.9.72 The Falcon brought it to him for his own delight: now with the twofold kindred sisters is his home.
rvs.9.77 Falcon snatched.
rvs.9.86 Down from the heavens the Falcon brought thee hitherward, even thee, O Indu, thee whom all our
rvs.9.87 Thou whom the Falcon brought, bring, dainty viands, bestir thyself and send us wealth and booty.
rvs.9.96 Falcon amid the vultures, Axe of forests, over the cleansing sieve goes Soma singing.
rvs.10.11 4 And the fleet Falcon brought for sacrifice from afar this flowing Drop most excellent and keen
rvs.10.144 4 That the strongpinioned- Bird hath brought, Child of the Falcon, from afar,
rvs.10.144 5 Which, fair, unrobbed, the Falcon brought thee in his foot, the redhued- dwelling of the juice;

Share:- Facebook

Unless otherwise stated, the content of this page is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 License