Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 16 May 2011 10:18 and updated at 16 May 2011 10:18


rvs.1.51 6 Thou savedst Kutsa when Susna was smitten down; to Atithigva gavest Sambara for a prey.
rvs.1.54 Sambara,
rvs.1.59 Agni Vaisvanara struck down the Dasyu, cleave Sambara through and shattered down his fences.
rvs.1.101 2 Indra, who with triumphant wrath smote Vyamsa down, and Sambara, and Pipru the unrighteous one;
rvs.1.112 14 Wherewith, when Sambara was slain, ye guarded well great Atithigva, Divodasa, Kasoju,
rvs.1.130 For Atithigva he, the Strong, brought Sambara. from the mountain down,
rvs.2.12 11 He who discovered in the fortieth autumn Sambara as he dwelt among the mountains;
rvs.2.24 Sambara:
rvs.3.47 Gainst' Sambara, Lord of Bays! in winning cattle, and now rejoice in thee, the holy Singers.
rvs.4.30 14 Thou, Indra, also smotest down Kulitaras' son Sambara,
rvs.6.18 Indra crushed Cumuri, Dhuni, Sambara, Pipru, and Susna, that their castles fell in ruin.
rvs.6.26 Slewest the Dasa Sambara of the mountain, and with strange aids didst succour Divodasa.
rvs.6.31 4 Thou smotest to the ground the hundred castles, impregnable, of Sambara the Dasyu,
rvs.6.43 1. IN whose wild joy thou madest once Sambara Divodasas' prey,
rvs.6.47 The Hero slew the meanlyhuckstering- Dasas, Varcin and Sambara, where the waters gather.
rvs.7.18 Devaka, Manyamanas' son, thou slewest, and smotest Sambara from the lofty mountain.

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