Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 15 May 2011 16:50 and updated at 15 May 2011 16:50


rvs.1.3 6 Approach, O Indra, hasting thee, Lord of Bay Horses, to the prayers.
rvs.1.56 He stays his golden car, yoked with Bay Horses, swift, and drinks the Soma juice which strengthens
rvs.1.63 9 Prayers have been made by Gotamas, O Indra, addressed to thee, with laud for thy Bay Horses.
rvs.1.104 Loosen thy flying Steeds, set free thy Horses who bear thee swiftly nigh at eve and morning.
rvs.1.115 3 Auspicious are the Suns' Baycoloured- Horses, bright, changing hues, meet for our shouts of
rvs.1.115 When he hath loosed his Horses from their station, straight over all Night spreadeth out her
rvs.1.121 13 The strong Bay Horses of the Sun thou stayedst: this Etasa drew not the wheel, O Indra.
rvs.1.126 3 Horses of dusky colour stood beside me, ten chariots, Svanayas' gift, with mares to draw them.
rvs.1.130 Let thy Bay Horses bring thee hither as the Sun, as every day they bring the Sun.
rvs.1.162 6 The hewers of the post and those who carry it, and those who carve the knob to deck the Horses'
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.1.191 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.3.30 2 Not far for thee are midairs-' loftiest regions: start hither, Lord of Bays, with thy Bay Horses.
rvs.3.32 Puffing thy cheeks, impetuous, liberal Giver, here loose thy two Bay Horses and rejoice thee.
rvs.3.34 9 He gained possession of the Sun and Horses, Indra obtained the Cow who feedeth many.
rvs.3.35 1. MOUNT the Bay Horses to thy chariot harnessed, and come to us like Vayu with his coursers.
rvs.3.35 Let thy Steeds eat; set free thy Tawny Horses, and roasted grain like this consume thou daily.
rvs.3.41 8 O thou to whom thy Bays are dear, loose not thy Horses far from us:
rvs.3.43 Who from of old press to heavens' farthest limits, the Bulls' impetuous and wellgroomed- Horses.
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.5.45 10 Surya hath mounted to the shining ocean when he hath yoked his fairbacked- Tawny Horses.
rvs.6.21 Bring power to us, O Indra, with thy Horses, Steeds that are best to draw, broadbacked-, unwearied.
rvs.6.29 With his firm arms he holds the reins; his Horses, the Stallions, are yoked ready for the journey.
rvs.6.35 When wilt thou yoke, as we yoke songs, thy Horses, and come to offerings that bring wealth in
rvs.6.37 1. LET thy Bay Horses, yoked, O mighty Indra, bring thy car hither fraught with every blessing.
rvs.6.44 Strong Horses, speeding hither, bearing thunder, wellharnessed-, for the strong exciting potion.
rvs.6.44 20 Beside the vat, Strong God! stand thy strong Horses, shining with holy oil, like waves exulting.
rvs.6.75 6 Upstanding in the Car the skilful Charioteer guides his strong Horses on whithersoever he will.
rvs.6.75 7 Horses whose hoofs rain dust are neighing loudly, yoked to the Chariots, showing forth their
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.7.25 Strong, Mighty God, dwell with me now and ever: Lord of Bay Horses, do not thou desert us.
rvs.7.36 4 May I bring hither with my song, O Indra, wise Aryaman who yokes thy dear Bay Horses,
rvs.8.1 9 The Horses which are thine in tens, in hundreds, yea, in thousands thine,
rvs.8.13 27 Here, yoking for the Somadraught- these Horses, sharers of thy feast,
rvs.8.33 The mighty makes the mighty run in flowing streams for thee whom thy Bay Horses bear.
rvs.8.34 12 Lord of wellnourished- Horses, come with wellfed- Steeds alike in hue.
rvs.10.49 7 I travel round about borne onward in my might by the fleetfooted- dappled Horses of the Sun.
rvs.10.98 We have provided wagonloads- in thousands: come to the solemn rite, Lord of Red Horses.
rvs.10.104 2 Drink of the juice which men have washed in waters, and fill thee full, O Lord of Tawny Horses.
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.10.112 Come, Indra, with thy dear Bay Horses harnessed, come to our dwelling and the food thou lovest.

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