Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 16 May 2011 09:07 and updated at 16 May 2011 09:07


rvs.1.13 7 I call the lovely Night and Dawn to seat them on the holy grass
rvs.1.35 I call on Night who gives rest to all moving life; I call on Savitar the God to lend us help.
rvs.1.62 Round heaven and earth from ancient time have travelled, Night with her dark limbs, Dawn with
rvs.1.73 They made the Night and Dawn of different colours, and set the black and purple hues together.
rvs.1.96 5 Night and Dawn, changing each the others' colour, meeting together suckle one same Infant:
rvs.1.113 Night, sent away for Savitars' uprising, hath yielded up a birthplace- for the Morning.
rvs.1.113 Fairformed-, of different hues and yet oneminded-, Night and Dawn clash not, neither do they
rvs.1.115 When he hath loosed his Horses from their station, straight over all Night spreadeth out her
rvs.1.122 2 Strong to exalt the early invocation are Night and Dawn who show with varied aspect.
rvs.1.142 7 May Night and Morning, hymned with lauds, united, fair to look upon,
rvs.1.185 These of themselves support all things existing: as on a car the Day and Night roll onward.
rvs.1.185 Both mid the Gods, with Day and Night alternate. Protect us, Heaven and Earth, from fearful danger.
rvs.1.186 4 To you I seek with reverence, Night and Morning, like a cow good to milk, with hope to conquer,
rvs.1.188 Let Night and Morning rest them here.
rvs.2.3 6 Good work for us, the glorious Night and Morning, like female weavers, waxen from aforetime,
rvs.2.31 5 Or, seen alternate, those two blessed Goddesses, Morning and Night who stir all living things to
rvs.2.38 He hath checked een their haste who glide like serpents. Night closely followed Savitars'
rvs.3.4 6 Night and Dawn, lauded, hither come together, both smiling, different are their forms in colour,
rvs.3.14 3 The Two who show their vigour, Night and Morning, by the winds' paths shall haste to thee O Agni.
rvs.4.55 And may the unobstructed Night and Morning both, day and night, provide for our protection.
rvs.5.5 Morning and Night we supplicate.
rvs.5.30 14 Night, wellnigh- ended, at Rnancayas' coming, King of the Rusamas, was changed to morning.
rvs.5.41 Morning and Night, the Two, as it were allknowing-: these bring the sacrifice unto the mortal.
rvs.5.82 8 He who for ever vigilant precedes these Twain, the Day and Night,
rvs.6.58 1. LIKE heaven art thou: one form is bright, one holy, like Day and Night dissimilar in colour.
rvs.7.2 6 And let the two exalted Heavenly Ladies, Morning and Night, like a cow good at milking,
rvs.7.39 At the folks early call on Night and Morning, Vayu, and Pusan with his team, to bless us.
rvs.7.42 Here on our grass let Night and Dawn be seated: bring longing Varuna and Mitra hither.
rvs.7.71 1. THE Night retireth from the Dawn her Sister; the Dark one yieldeth to the Red her pathway.
rvs.8.27 2 I sing to cattle and to Earth, to trees, to Dawns, to Night, to plants.
rvs.9.5 Like beauteous maidens, Night and Dawn
rvs.10.3 He shines, allknowing-, with his lotty splendour: chasing black Night he comes with whiterayed-
rvs.10.3 Agni, farspreading- with conspicuous lustre, hath compassed Night with whitelyshining garments.
rvs.10.36 1. THERE are the Dawn and Night, the grand and beauteous Pair, Earth, Heaven, and Varuna, Mitra,
rvs.10.39 At harnessing whereof Heavens' Daughter springs to birth, and from Vivasvan come auspicious Night
rvs.10.64 To Sun and Moon, two Moons, to Yama in the heaven, to Trita, Vata, Dawn, Night, and the Atvins
rvs.10.70 6 Here in this shrine may Dawn and Night, the Daughters of Heaven, the skilful Goddesses, be
rvs.10.76 That Day and Night, in every hall of sacrifice, may wait on us and bless us when they first spring
rvs.10.110 6 Pouring sweet dews let holy Night and Morning, each close to each, he seated at their station,
rvs.10.127 HYMN CXXVII. Night. 127
rvs.10.127 1. WITH all her eyes the Goddess Night looks forth approaching many a spot:
rvs.10.127 8 These have I brought to thee like kine. O Night, thou Child of Heaven, accept
rvs.10.190 Thence was the Night produced, and thence the billowy flood of sea arose.

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