Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 16 May 2011 08:46 and updated at 16 May 2011 08:46


rvs.1.8 5 Mighty is Indra, yea supreme; greatness be his, the Thunderer:
rvs.1.19 2 No mortal man, no God exceeds thy mental power, O Mighty one:
rvs.1.22 13 May Heaven and Earth, the Mighty Pair, bedew for us our sacrifice,
rvs.1.42 We seek the Mighty One for wealth.
rvs.1.47 6 O Mighty Ones, ye gave Sudas abundant food, brought on your treasureladen- car;
rvs.1.48 14 Mighty One, whom the Rsis of old time invoked for their protection and their help,
rvs.1.48 To allsubduing- splendour, Usas, Mighty One, to strength, thou rich in spoil and wealth.
rvs.1.51 15 To him the Mighty One, the selfresplendent-, verily strong and great, this praise is uttered.
rvs.1.53 1 WE will present fair praise unto the Mighty One, our hymns to Indra in Vivasvans' dwellingplace-;
rvs.1.62 11 Thoughts ancient, seeking wealth, with adoration, with newest lauds have sped to thee, O Mighty.
rvs.1.63 1. THOU art the Mighty One; when born, O Indra, with power thou terrifiedst earth and heaven;
rvs.1.64 7 Mighty, with wondrous power and marvellously bright, selfstrong like mountains, ye glide swiftly
rvs.1.81 4 Mighty through wisdom, as he lists, terrible, he hath waxed in strength.
rvs.1.91 Mighty art thou by all thy powers and greatness, by glories art thou glorious, guide of mortals.
rvs.1.93 7 Taste, Agni, Soma, this prepared oblation; accept it, Mighty Ones, and let it please you.
rvs.1.94 Mighty art thou, the wondrous herald of the Dawn. Let us not in thy friendship, Agni, suffer harm.
rvs.1.95 Mighty.
rvs.1.100 1. MAY he who hath his home with strength, the Mighty, the King supreme of earth and spacious
rvs.1.100 17 The Varsagiras unto thee, O Indra, the Mighty One, sing forth this laud to please thee,
rvs.1.102 1. To thee the Mighty One I bring this mighty hymn, for thy desire hath been gratified by my laud.
rvs.1.102 We make thee keen, the Mighty One, succour us: inspire us, Maghavan, when we defy the foe.
rvs.1.104 7 Now we, I think, in thee as such have trusted: lead us on, Mighty One, to ample riches.
rvs.1.108 So IndraAgni-, seated here together, pour in, ye Mighty Ones, the mighty Soma.
rvs.1.112 8 Mighty Ones, with what powers ye gave Paravrj aid what time ye made the blind and lame to see
rvs.1.117 Baffling the guiles of the malignant Dasyu, repelling them, ye Mighty in succession.
rvs.1.117 12 Ye Sons of Heaven, ye Mighty, whither went ye, sought ye, for his fair praise the home of Kavya.
rvs.1.117 Ye with your chariot swift as thought, wellharnessed-, carried him off, O Mighty Ones, to safety.
rvs.1.117 18 To bring the blind man joy thus cried the shewolf-: O Asvins, O ye Mighty Ones, O Heroes,
rvs.1.117 May we, addressing prayer to you, ye Mighty, speak with brave sons about us to the synod.
rvs.1.118 Your chariot, swifter than the mind of mortal, fleet as the wind, threeseated- O ye Mighty.
rvs.1.119 Ye went to the fardistant- home, O Mighty Ones; and famed is your great aid to Divodasa given.
rvs.1.120 4 Simply, ye Mighty Ones, I ask the Gods of that wondrous oblation hallowed by the mystic word.
rvs.1.121 The Mighty One his selfborn- host regarded, the horses' mate, the mother of the heifer.
rvs.1.127 9 Thou, Agni, most victorious with thy conquering strength, most Mighty One, art born for service
rvs.1.129 3 Thou, Mighty, pourest forth the hide that holds the rain, thou keepest far away, Hero, the
rvs.1.129 flame, with mighty succour, Mighty One.
rvs.1.133 Most Mighty mid the Mighty Ones thou speedest with strong bolts of death,
rvs.1.139 The fellies of your golden chariot scatter drops, Mighty Ones! of your golden car.
rvs.1.139 4 Well is it known, O Mighty Ones: ye open heaven; for you the chariotsteeds- are yoked for
rvs.1.139 We set you on the chariotseat-, ye Mighty, on the golden car.
rvs.1.144 And these two Mighty Ones, bright, golden closely joined, rolling them round are come unto thy
rvs.1.146 Measuring out the paths that must be travelled, entrusting all desires to him the Mighty.
rvs.1.155 4 We laud this manly power of him the Mighty One, preserver, inoffensive, bounteous and benign;
rvs.1.156 Ye, knowing even his name, have told it forth: may we, Visnu, enjoy the grace of thee the Mighty
rvs.1.157 1. AGNI is wakened: Surya riseth from the earth. Mighty, refulgent Dawn hath shone with all her
rvs.1.164 The Mighty Men have dressed the spotted bullock. These were the customs in the days aforetime,
rvs.1.164 These Mighty Ones attained the height of heaven, there where the Sadhyas, Gods of old, are
rvs.1.166 With fire upon your way, O Maruts loud of voice, with battle, Mighty Ones, achieve your deeds of
rvs.1.166 The man whom ye the fierce, the Mighty ones who roar, preserve from calumny by cherishing his seed.
rvs.1.166 11 Mighty in mightiness, pervading, passing strong, visible from afar as it were with stars of
rvs.1.171 Give us, thou Mighty, glory with Maruts. fierce with the fierce, the Strong who givest triumph.
rvs.1.173 12 Let us not here contend with Gods, O Indra, for here, O Mighty One, is thine own portion,
rvs.1.180 5 Like Tugras' ancient son may I, ye Mighty, bring you to give your gifts with milkoblations-.
rvs.1.180 Now, even now do ye O blameless Asvins, ye Mighty, guard the man whose God is near him.
rvs.1.181 Your strong raincloud-, ye Mighty Ones, hath swollen, honouring men as it were with milks'
rvs.1.182 3 What make ye there, ye Mighty? Wherefore linger ye with folk who, offering not, are held in high
rvs.1.183 Mighty,
rvs.1.183 Here stands your share, here is your hymn, ye Mighty: yours are these vessels, full of pleasant
rvs.1.184 2 With us, ye Mighty, let yourselves be joyful, glad in our stream of Soma slay the niggards.
rvs.1.184 Your giant steeds move on, sprung from the waters, like ancient times of Varuna the Mighty.
rvs.2.1 3 Hero of Heroes, Agni! Thou art Indra, thou art Visnu of the Mighty Stride, adorable:
rvs.2.12 12 Who with seven guiding reins, the Bull, the Mighty, set free the Seven great Floods to flow at
rvs.2.15 1. Now, verily, will I declare the exploits, mighty and true, of him the True and Mighty.
rvs.2.17 Help us with manifold assistance, Indra: Mighty One, Indra, make us yet more wealthy.
rvs.2.19 3 Indra, this Mighty One, the Dragons' slayer, sent forth the flood of waters to the ocean.
rvs.2.19 5 To him who poured him gifts he gave up Surya, Indra, the God, the Mighty, to the mortal;
rvs.2.27 Mighty through Law, Adityas, is your greatness; fair is it, Aryaman, Varuna, and Mitra.
rvs.2.28 1 beg renown of Varuna the Mighty, the God exceeding kind to him who worships.
rvs.2.39 Come like two Cakavas in the grey of morning, come like two chariot wheels at dawn, ye Mighty.
rvs.2.40 Mighty.
rvs.3.1 6 He sought heavens' Mighty Ones, the unconsuming, the unimpaired, not clothed and yet not naked.
rvs.3.1 There stood the milchkine- with fullladen- udders, and both paired Mighty Mothers of the Wondrous.
rvs.3.1 Full streams of fatness and sweet juice descended, there where the Mighty One grew strong by
rvs.3.1 11 The Mighty One increased in space unbounded; full many a glorious flood gave strength to Agni.
rvs.3.1 19 Come unto us with thine auspicious friendship, come speeding, Mighty, with thy mighty succours.
rvs.3.1 22 This sacrifice of ours do thou, O Mighty, O truly Wise, bear to the Gods rejoicing.
rvs.3.3 8 The Mighty One, Lord of the people and their guest, the leader of their thoughts, devoted Friend
rvs.3.6 4 Firm in the Gods home is the Mighty seated, between vast Heaven and Earth the wellbeloved—
rvs.3.6 As soon as thou wast born thou wast an envoy, thou, Mighty One, was Leader of the people.
rvs.3.28 Agni, the sages in assemblies never minish the portion due to thee the Mighty.
rvs.3.31 Come unto us with thine auspicious friendship, hastening, Mighty One, with mighty succours.
rvs.3.32 Days may not check the power of thee the Mighty, nor the nights, Indra, nor the months, nor
rvs.3.34 6 They laud the mighty acts of him the Mighty, the many glorious deeds performed by Indra.
rvs.3.36 5 Mighty and strong he waxed for hero exploit: the Bull was furnished a Sages' wisdom.
rvs.3.46 2 Great art thou, Mighty Lord, through manly vigour, O fierce One, gathering spoil, subduing
rvs.3.47 Mighty, allconquering-, the victorygiver-, him let us call to grant us new protection.
rvs.3.53 With sweetest song I grasp, O Mighty Indra, thy garments' hem as a child grasps his fathers'.
rvs.3.54 The Holy, and Sarasvati, shall hear us: ye Mighty, give us wealth with noble offspring.
rvs.3.54 The Chieftain of the Mighty Stride, whose Mothers, the many young Dames, never disregard him.
rvs.3.56 Near stand three Mighty Ones who travel swiftly: two are concealed from sight, one is apparent.
rvs.3.58 5 Even through many regions, O ye Asvins high praise is yours among mankind, ye Mighty-
rvs.3.58 7 O Asvins, Very Mighty ones, with Vayu and with his steeds, oneminded-, everyouthful-,
rvs.3.60 5 O Indra, with the Rbhus, Mighty Ones, pour down the Soma juice effused, wellblent-, from both
rvs.4.1 Longedfor-, young, beautiful, and farresplendent-: and sevendear frieuds sprang up unto the Mighty.
rvs.4.5 As the lost milchcows-' track, the doubly Mighty, he hath declared to me this hidden knowledge.
rvs.4.5 15 The majesty of him the Good, the Mighty, aflame, hath shone for glory in the dwelling.
rvs.4.8 2 He, Mighty, knows the gift of wealth, he knows the deep recess of heaven:
rvs.4.11 Vouchsafe to us that powerful hymn, O Mighty, which, Radiant One! with all the Gods thou lovest.
rvs.4.14 Here for your draught of meath are Soma juices: at this our sacrifice rejoice, ye Mighty.
rvs.4.16 20 Now, as the Bhrgus wrought a car, for Indra the Strong, the Mighty, we our prayer have
rvs.4.17 6 All Soma juices are his own for ever, most gladdening draughts are ever his, the Mighty,
rvs.4.18 10 The Heifer hath brought forth the Strong, the Mighty, the unconquerable Bull, the furious Indra.
rvs.4.19 And both the worlds elected, thee the Mighty, High, waxen strong, alone to slaughter Vrtra.
rvs.4.20 Pouring forth freely, O thou Strong and Mighty, vouchsafe us riches, God invoked of many!
rvs.4.22 5 These are thy great deeds, Indra, thine, the Mighty, deeds to be told aloud at all libations,
rvs.4.30 9 Thou, Indra, Mighty One, didst crush Usas, though Daughter of the Sky.
rvs.4.32 Mighty One with thy mighty aids.
rvs.4.41 4 Indra and Varuna, ye hurl, O Mighty, on him your strongest flashing bolt of thunder
rvs.4.41 11 Come with your mighty succours, O ye Mighty; come, IndraVaruna-, to us in battle.
rvs.4.56 7 Furthering and fulfilling, ye, O Mighty, perfect Mitras' Law.
rvs.5.2 11 As a skilled craftsman makes a car, a singer I, Mighty One! this hymn for thee have fashioned.
rvs.5.12 I bring my song directed to the Mighty like pure oil for his mouth at sacrifices.
rvs.5.29 And the fresh deeds which thou wilt do, Most Mighty! these, too, will we tell forth in sacred
rvs.5.33 1. GREAT praise to Indra, great and strong mid heroes, I ponder thus, the feeble to the Mighty,
rvs.5.35 4 Mighty to prosper us wast thou born, and mighty is the strength thou hast.
rvs.5.41 13 We know your ways, ye Mighty Ones receiving choice meed, ye Wonderful, we will proclaim it.
rvs.5.42 And Vaja and Rbhuksan and Purandhi, the Mighty and Immortal Ones, protect us!
rvs.5.43 The Singer, lauding, calls, for ample riches, the Seven Mighty Ones who bring enjoyment.
rvs.5.44 The Mighty Child who glides along the sacred grass, the undecaying Youth set in the midst of
rvs.5.47 1. URGING to toil and making proclamation, seeking Heavens' Daughter comes the Mighty Mother:
rvs.5.52 And the impetuous Rudra they, the Mighty Ones, declared their Sire.
rvs.5.55 2 Ye, as ye wist, have gained of your own selves your power: high, O ye Mighty Ones, and wide ye
rvs.5.68 They, Mighty Lords, are lofty Law
rvs.5.83 1. SING with these songs thy welcome to the Mighty, with adoration praise and call Parjanya.
rvs.5.84 Thou rich in torrents, who with might quickenest earth, O Mighty One.
rvs.5.87 1. To Visnu, to the Mighty whom the Maruts follow let your hymns born in song go forth, Evayamarut;
rvs.5.87 4 He of the Mighty Stride forth strode, Evayamarut, out of the spacious dwellingplace-, their home
rvs.6.1 10 Mightily let us worship thee the Mighty, with reverence, Agni! fuel and oblations,
rvs.6.2 Eatest, when hosts, Eternal One! of thee the Mighty rend the woods.
rvs.6.13 6 Eloquent, Son of Strength, Most Mighty, Agni, vouchsafe us seed and offspring, full of vigour.
rvs.6.16 39 Mighty as one who slays with shafts, or like a bull with sharpened horn,
rvs.6.16 The Mighty, One who brings us wealth and crushes down the Raksasas.
rvs.6.17 1. DRINK Soma, Mighty One, for which, when lauded, thou breakest through the cattlestall-, O Indra;
rvs.6.17 10 Yea, Strong One! Tvastar turned for thee, the Mighty, the bolt with thousand spikes and hundred
rvs.6.18 Magnify with these songs the nevervanquished-, the Strong, the Bull of men, the Mighty Victor.
rvs.6.18 4 For true, I deem, thy strength is, thine the Mighty, thine, O Most Potent, thine the Conquering
rvs.6.18 Strong, of the strong, Most Mighty, of the mighty, thine, driver of the churl to acts of bounty.
rvs.6.18 6 With holy thoughts must he be called, the Mighty, showing his power in the great fight with
rvs.6.18 Do what thou Never hast done, O Mighty Worker: beget a new hymn at thy sacrifices.
rvs.6.19 Mighty, allconquering-, the victorygiver-, him let us call to grant us new protection.
rvs.6.21 Mortals who yearn to worship Never dishonour, O Mighty God, thy Law who art Immortal.
rvs.6.21 10 The singers here exalt with hymns and praises thee who art very Mighty and Most Holy.
rvs.6.22 The Lord, the Mighty One, of manly vigour, victorious, Hero, true, and full of wisdom.
rvs.6.23 8 O Mighty One, be joyful as thou willest. Let these our sacrifices reach and find thee;
rvs.6.25 1. WITH thine assistance, O thou Mighty Indra, be it the least, the midmost, or the highest,
rvs.6.33 Thus may we, singing, sheltered by the Mighty, win many cattle on the day of trial.
rvs.6.35 3 Yea, when wilt thou, O Indra, thou Most Mighty, make the prayer allsustaining- for the singer?
rvs.6.37 5 Indra is hewho gives enduring vigour: may our songs magnify the God Most Mighty.
rvs.6.40 2 Drink thou of this whereof at birth, O Indra, thou drankest, Mighty One for power and rapture.
rvs.6.44 Indra, they bring to thee, the Strong and Mighty, Soma of juices shed by mighty pressstones-.
rvs.6.46 6 We call on thee, O King, Mighty amid the Gods, Ruler of men, to succour us.
rvs.6.47 This Mighty One, the Steer begirt by Maruts, hath propped the heavens up with a mighty pillar.
rvs.6.47 High, Indra, are the arms of thee the Mighty: may we betake. us to their lofty shelter.
rvs.6.51 8 Mighty is homage: I adopt and use it. Homage hath held in place the earth and heaven.
rvs.6.52 15 And those who, Mighty, with the wiles of serpents, were born on earth, in heaven, where waters
rvs.6.55 4 Pusan, who driveth goats for steeds, the strong and Mighty, who is called
rvs.6.61 13 Marked out by majesty among the Mighty Ones, in glory swifter than the other rapid Streams,
rvs.6.66 The Mighty Ones whose germ great Mother Prsni is known to have received for mans' advantage.
rvs.6.67 Whom, Mighty at your birth, the Mighty Goddess brought forth as terrors to the mortal foeman.
rvs.6.72 Ye have invested men, ye Mighty Beings, with manly strength that conquers in the battle.
rvs.7.19 Most Mighty!
rvs.7.20 Mighty.
rvs.7.22 8 Never do men attain, O WonderWorker-, thy greatness, Mighty One, who must be lauded,
rvs.7.23 5 So may these gladdening draughts rejoice thee, Indra, the Mighty, very bounteous to the singer.
rvs.7.25 Strong, Mighty God, dwell with me now and ever: Lord of Bay Horses, do not thou desert us.
rvs.7.28 What time thy hand, O Mighty, holds the thunder, awful in strength thou hast become resistless.
rvs.7.30 1. WITH power and strength, O Mighty God, approach us: be the augmenter, Indra, of these riches;
rvs.7.32 7 When thou dost drive the fighting men together be, thou Mighty One, the mightys' shield.
rvs.7.34 10 Varuna, Mighty, with a thousand eyes, beholds the paths wherein these rivers run.
rvs.7.44 May Agni bear us, and the Heavenly Army: hear us all Mighty Ones whom none deceiveth.
rvs.7.45 3 May this God Savitar, the Strong and Mighty, the Lord of precious wealth, vouchsafe us treasures.
rvs.7.51 May they, the Mighty, giving ear, establish this sacrifice, to make us free and sinless.
rvs.7.55 By him the Strong and Mighty One we lull and make the people sleep.
rvs.7.57 the Mighty.
rvs.7.58 1. SING to the troop that pours down rain in common, the Mighty Company of celestial nature.
rvs.7.60 Aryaman save us us all those who hate us: give room and freedom to Sudas, ye Mighty.
rvs.7.60 That good mans' mind the Mighty Ones will follow: they have brought comfort to his spacious
rvs.7.74 Draw forth the milk, ye Mighty, rich in genuine wealth: injure us not, and come to us.
rvs.7.75 7 True with the True and Mighty with the Mighty, with Gods a Goddess, Holy with the Holy,
rvs.7.83 We call on you, ye Mighty, with our hymns of praise. Vouchsafe us your protection, IndraVaruna-.
rvs.7.89 Have mercy, spare me, Mighty Lord.
rvs.7.89 Have mercy, spare me, Mighty Lord.
rvs.7.89 Have mercy, spare me, Mighty Lord.
rvs.7.89 Have mercy, spare me, Mighty Lord.
rvs.7.90 2 Whoso to thee, the Mighty, brings oblation, pure Soma unto thee, puredrinking- Vayu,
rvs.7.99 6 This is the lofty hymn of praise, exalting the Lords of Mighty Stride, the strong and lofty.
rvs.7.100 Yea, I the poor and weak praise thee the Mighty who dwellest in the realm beyond this region.
rvs.8.1 27 He who alone by wondrous deed is Mighty, Strong by holy works,
rvs.8.2 Help, Mighty One, with power and might.
rvs.8.2 38 Ye Kanvas, sing the Mighty One, Lord of the Brave, who loves renown,
rvs.8.3 Come with the High Ones hither, Maghavan, to us, Mighty, to drink the Soma juice.
rvs.8.4 7 With thee, the Mighty, for our Friend, we will not fear or feel fatigue.
rvs.8.6 Listen, thou Mighty, to my call.
rvs.8.6 Mighty, unlimited in strength.
rvs.8.6 33 For thee, O Mighty, Thunderarmed-, we singers through devotionhave
rvs.8.9 17 Awake the Asvins, Goddess Dawn! Up Mighty Lady of sweet strains!
rvs.8.11 2 O Mighty Agni, thou must be glorified at our festivals,
rvs.8.12 8 When, Mighty Lord of Heroes, thou didst cat a thousand buffaloes,
rvs.8.12 23 We to the Mighty with our might, with lauds to him who hears our call,
rvs.8.18 18 Adityas, ye Most Mighty Ones, grant to our children and their seed
rvs.8.20 May they the Wellborn-, Mighty, kindred of the Cow, aid us to food and to delight.
rvs.8.22 12 Through these, ye Mighty Ones, come hither to my call which brings all blessings, wears all
rvs.8.24 All that concerneth us, Excellent, Mighty Guide.
rvs.8.24 10 Most Mighty, most heroic One, for mighty bounty fill thee full.
rvs.8.25 Aditi, Mighty Mother, true to Law, brought forth.
rvs.8.26 By princes' hands on me, ye Mighty, day by day.
rvs.8.27 Maruts with holy song, and, Goddess Aditi, Mighty One, to our house and home.
rvs.8.32 27 To him your matchless Mighty One, unconquerable Conqueror,
rvs.8.33 9 When he, the Mighty, Never overthrown, steadfast, made ready for the fight,
rvs.8.33 Thou Mighty One, art celebrated as a Bull, famed as a Bull both near and far.
rvs.8.35 2 With all the Holy Thoughts, all being Mighty Ones! in close alliance wil the Mountains, Heaven,
rvs.8.35 15 With Rbhus and With Vajas. O ye Mighty Ones, leagued with the Maruts come ye to your praisers'
rvs.8.42 2 So humbly worship Varuna the Mighty revere the wise Guard of World Immortal.
rvs.8.44 Armed with sharp teeth, the Mighty One.
rvs.8.45 Mighty, repelling all attacks.
rvs.8.46 All races of mankind with ladies lifted up invoke that Mighty Indras' aid.
rvs.8.46 To Indra, glorious in his name, the Mighty One, even as the hymn alloweth it.
rvs.8.46 17 We praise, so that the Mighty One may speed to you, Pourer of bounties, Traveller, prepared to
rvs.8.47 1. GREAT help ye give the worshipper, Varuna, Mitra, Mighty Ones! No sorrow ever reaches him whom
rvs.8.49 Mighty art thou, the everpresent- HouseholdLord-, Homefriend- and Guardian from the sky.
rvs.8.50 When with the Soma juice which we have shed we make Indra, the Mighty One, our Friend.
rvs.8.52 1. WITH powers of Mighty Ones hath he, Ancient, Beloved, been equipped,
rvs.8.53 2 Crush with thy foot the niggard churls who bring no gifts. Mighty art thou
rvs.8.55 Succour us with thine help and with thy wondrous thought. Most Mighty, finder of the way.
rvs.8.57 3 Thou very Mighty One, whose hands by virtue of thy greatness grasp,
rvs.8.57 8 Thou Mighty One, whose friendship none of mortals ever hath obtained
rvs.8.58 14 Indra, the very Mighty, holds his enemies in utter scorn.
rvs.8.59 4 The potent Conqueror, invincible in war, him at whose birth the Mighty Ones,
rvs.8.61 12 Ye cows, protect the fount: the two Mighty Ones bless the sacrifice.
rvs.8.65 5 Mighty, impetuous, begirt by Maruts, him who loudly roars,
rvs.8.70 Mighty in measure, prompt to aid.
rvs.8.72 1. WE choose unto ourselves that high protection of the Mighty Gods
rvs.8.79 We claim alliance with the very Glorious One, yea, with the Mighty Son of Strength.
rvs.8.81 Mighty One, amid all the folk.
rvs.8.82 5 When, Mighty One, Lord of the brave, thou thinkest thus, I shall not die,
rvs.8.85 10 To him the Strong and Mighty, most auspicious, send up the beAuteous hymn for sake of cattle.
rvs.8.85 11 To him, the Mighty, who accepts laudation, send forth thy thought as by a boat over rivers,
rvs.8.86 13 Loudly I call that Indra, Maghavan the Mighty, who evermore possesses power, ever resistless.
rvs.8.87 Maker of all things, thou art Mighty and AllGod-.
rvs.8.91 12 Sage, laud the Mighty One who wins the spoil of victory like a steed,
rvs.8.93 Come thence, highthoughted-! to our sacrifice with the Swift, come, Mighty with the Mighty Ones.
rvs.8.96 4 In whose laud thou didst joy, Indra, at the great deed, O Satakratu, Mighty One!
rvs.8.96 5 He is our Sire who gives to us, Great, Mighty, ruling as he wills.
rvs.8.98 5 Indra, with thine own bounteous gift, most liberal of the Mighty Ones,
rvs.9.1 4 Flow onward with thy juice unto the banquet of the Mighty Gods:
rvs.9.2 4 The mighty waters, yea, the floods accompany thee Mighty One,
rvs.9.5 Sarasvati and Bharati and Ila, Mighty One, attend.
rvs.9.62 Enjoymentgiver-, Mighty Lord.
rvs.9.65 The Mighty One with thousand eyes;
rvs.9.65 9 We seek to gain the friendly love of thee that Strong and Mighty One,
rvs.9.66 10 The streams of Pavamana, thine, Sage, Mighty One, have pouredthem forth.
rvs.9.71 1. THE guerdon is bestowed: the Mighty takes his Seat, and, everWatchful-, guards from fiend and
rvs.9.75 The Mighty and Farseeing- One hath mounted now the mighty Suryas' car which moves to every side.
rvs.9.82 3 Parjanya is the Father of the Mighty Bird: on mountains, in earths' centre hath he made his home.
rvs.9.87 May thy praise help us, Mighty One, prompt Giver, to the full ample food which thou bestowest.
rvs.9.88 2 Like a capacious car hath it been harnessed, the Mighty; to acquire abundant treasures.
rvs.9.106 1. To Indra, to the Mighty Steer, may these goldcoloured- juices go,
rvs.9.106 11 With songs they send the Mighty forth, sporting in wood, above the fleece:
rvs.9.107 Robed in the flood, the Mighty One hath clad himself with milk and settled in the vats.
rvs.9.108 10 Roll onward to the bowls, O Mighty One, effused, as Prince supporter of the tribes.
rvs.9.108 12 The Mighty One was born Immortal, giving life, lightening darkness with his shine.
rvs.10.1 1. HIGH hath the Mighty risen before the dawning, and come to us with light from out the darkness.
rvs.10.1 Come, Youthfullest! to those who long to meet thee, and hither bring the Gods, O Mighty Victor.
rvs.10.7 Accept, O Mighty One, the gifts we offer, and with unceasing care protect our bodies.
rvs.10.15 Those who have rested in the earthly region, and those who dwell among the Mighty Races.
rvs.10.23 We know the good we gain from him the Mighty One when we attract him as a herdsman calls the kine.
rvs.10.26 Further them glorious Pusan with yoked chariot, and the Mighty Twain!
rvs.10.28 5 How shall I solve this riddle, I, the simple, declare the thought of thee the Wise and Mighty?
rvs.10.29 8 Indra hath conquered in his wars, the Mighty: men strive in multitudes to win his friendship.
rvs.10.35 Who fears no danger at your milklibation-, such- may we be to feast the Gods, ye Mighty.
rvs.10.37 1. Do homage unto Varunas' and Mitras' Eye: offer this solemn worship to the Mighty God,
rvs.10.44 3 Let strong and mighty Steeds who bear this Mighty Indra, the Lord of men, whose arm wields
rvs.10.50 1. I LAUD your Mighty One who joyeth in the juice, him who is shared by all men, who created all;
rvs.10.54 4 Thou, Mighty Steer, hast four supremest natures, Asura natures that may Never be injured.
rvs.10.61 With arrows in his hand the Very Mighty forced from him all obedience of a servant.
rvs.10.63 Who, Mighty Ones, will prepare for you the sacrifice to bear us over trouble to felicity?
rvs.10.66 Mighty be Heaven and Earth, true to eternal Law, strong be Parjanya, strong be they who laud the
rvs.10.66 7 To win us strength I glorify the Mighty Twain, Agni and Soma, Mighty Ones whom many laud.
rvs.10.67 Men praised Brhaspati the Mighty, bringing the light within their mouths from sundry places.
rvs.10.73 10 When others call him offspring of the Courser, my meaning is that Mighty Power produced him.
rvs.10.78 Mighty are they as warriors clad in armour, and, like the Fathers' prayers, Most Bounteous Givers.
rvs.10.82 2 Mighty in mind and power is Visvakarman, Maker, Disposer, and most lofty Presence.
rvs.10.83 5 I have departed, still without a portion, wise God! according to thy will, the Mighty.
rvs.10.84 They have not hindered thine impetuous vigour: Mighty, Sole born! thou makest them thy subjects.
rvs.10.89 Against these foes, O Mighty Indra, sharpen, as furious death, thy Bull of fiery colour.
rvs.10.90 The Mighty Ones attained the height of heaven, there where the Sadhyas, Gods of old, are dwelling.
rvs.10.92 5 Onward, with everroaming- Rudra, speed the floods: over Aramati the Mighty have they run.
rvs.10.96 Gladden thee, Indra, with the meathrich- Soma: pour it down ever, Mighty One! within thee.
rvs.10.104 4 O Mighty Indra, through thine aid, thy prowess, obtaining life, zealous, and skilled in Order,
rvs.10.105 The sinner, when the Mighty hath prepared himself for victory.
rvs.10.105 6 The Mighty sang with Lofty Ones: the Hero fashioned with his strength,
rvs.10.112 7 From many a side with proffered entertainment the folk are calling thee, O Mighty Indra.
rvs.10.113 Then all the Maruts who were gathered with dice there extolled, O Mighty One, thy powerful majesty.
rvs.10.116 I give thee, Mighty One, great strength and conquest: go, meet thy foes and rend them in the
rvs.10.119 12 1, greatest of the Mighty Ones, am lifted to the firmament:
rvs.10.120 1. IN all the worlds That was the Best and Highest whence sprang the Mighty Gods, of splendid
rvs.10.134 So as the Mighty One, great King of all the mighty world of men, the Goddess Mother brought thee
rvs.10.153 Thou, Mighty One, art strong indeed.

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