Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 16 May 2011 09:20 and updated at 16 May 2011 09:20


rvs.1.83 The men together found the Panis' hoarded wealth, the cattle, and the wealth in horses and in kine.
rvs.1.151 Not the past days conjoined with nights, not rivers, not the Panis have attained your Godhead and
rvs.2.24 6 They who with much endeavour searching round obtained the Panis' noblest treasure hidden in the
rvs.4.58 4 That oil in triple shape the Gods discovered laid down within the Cow, concealed by Panis.
rvs.6.13 3 Agni! the hero slays with might his foeman; the singer bears away the Panis' booty-
rvs.6.20 4 There, Indra, while the light was won, the Panis f1ed, neath' a hundred blows, for wise Dasoni,
rvs.6.33 Thou, with the singers, hast pierced through the Panis: the charger whom thou aidest wins the
rvs.6.39 He broke the neverbroken- ridge of Vala. With words of might Indra subdued the Panis.
rvs.6.45 31 Brbu hath set himself above the Panis, over their highest head,
rvs.7.9 2 Most wise is he who, forcing doors of Panis, brought the bright Sun to us who feedeth many.
rvs.8.26 Will they not burn the Panis who are nearer them?
rvs.9.111 2 That treasure of the Panis thou discoveredst; thou with thy mothers deckest thee in thine abode,
rvs.10.67 Seeking the milkdraught- with sweatshining comrades he stole the Panis' kine and left him weeping.
rvs.10.108 HYMN CVIII. Sarama. Panis. 108
rvs.10.108 2 I come appointed messenger of Indra, seeking your ample stores of wealth, O Panis.
rvs.10.108 Him rivers flowing with deep waters bide not. Low will ye be, O Panis, slain by Indra.
rvs.10.108 6 Even if your wicked bodies, O ye Panis, were arrowproof-, your words are weak for wounding;
rvs.10.108 These Panis who are watchful keepers guard it. In vain hast thou approached this lonely station.
rvs.10.108 This stall of cattle will they part among them: then will the Panis wish these words unspoken.
rvs.10.108 They seemed to long for kine when I departed. Hence, into distance, be ye gone, O Panis.
rvs.10.108 11 Hence, far away, ye Panis! Let the cattle lowing come forth as holy Law commandeth,

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