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rvs.1.7 3 Indra hath raised the Sun on high in heaven, that he may see afar:
rvs.1.23 17 May Waters gathered near the Sun, and those wherewith the Sun is joined,
rvs.1.23 So that I long may see the Sun.
rvs.1.24 8 King Varuna hath made a spacious pathway, a pathway for the Sun wherein to travel.
rvs.1.32 Then, giving life to Sun and Dawn and Heaven, thou foundest not one foe to stand against thee.
rvs.1.33 Although they hastened, they overcame not Indra: their spies he compassed with the Sun of morning.
rvs.1.35 Drives away sickness, bids the Sun approach us, and spreads the bright sky through the darksome
rvs.1.43 5 He shines in splendour like the Sun, refulgent as bright gold is he,
rvs.1.46 10 Light came to lighten up the branch, the Sun appeared as it were gold:
rvs.1.48 7 This Dawn hath yoked her steeds afar, beyond the rising of the Sun:
rvs.1.50 Before the allbeholding- Sun.
rvs.1.50 Sun, seeing all things that have birth.
rvs.1.51 When thou hadst slain with might the dragon Vrtra, thou, Indra, didst raise the Sun in heaven for
rvs.1.52 Thou heldst in thine arms the metal thunderbolt, and settest in the heaven the Sun for all to see.
rvs.1.56 4 When Strength the Goddess, made more strong for help by thee, waits upon Indra as the Sun
rvs.1.59 3 As in the Sun firm rays are set for ever, treasures are in Vaisvanara, in Agni.
rvs.1.62 5 Praised by Angirases, thou, foedestroyer-, hast, with the Dawn, Sun, rays, dispelled the
rvs.1.71 9 He who like thought goes swiftly on his journey, the Sun, alone is ever Lord of riches.
rvs.1.83 5 Atharvan first by sacrifices laid the paths then, guardian of the Law, sprang up the loving Sun.
rvs.1.84 May Indravigour- fill thee full, as the Sun fills midair- with rays.
rvs.1.86 That reaches even to the Sun.
rvs.1.89 Sages whose tongue is Agni, brilliant as the Sun, hither let all the Gods for our protection come.
rvs.1.90 8 May the tall tree be full of sweets for us, and full of sweets the Sun:
rvs.1.102 The Sun and Moon in change alternate run their course, that we, O Indra, may behold and may have
rvs.1.105 16 That pathway of the Sun in heaven, made to be highly glorified,
rvs.1.108 12 If, when the Sun to the midheaven- hath mounted, ye take delight in food, O IndraAgni-,
rvs.1.112 13 Wherewith ye, compass round the Sun when far away, strengthened Mandhatar in his tasks as lord
rvs.1.113 She for the Sun hath left a path to travel we have arrived where men prolong existence.
rvs.1.115 The soul of all that moveth not or moveth, the Sun hath filled the air and earth and heaven.
rvs.1.115 2 Like as a young man followeth a maiden, so doth the Sun the Dawn, refulgent Goddess:
rvs.1.115 5 In the skys' lap the Sun this form assumeth that Varuna and Mitra may behold it.
rvs.1.116 17 The Daughter of the Sun your car ascended, first reaching as it were the goal with coursers.
rvs.1.117 Like one who slumbered in destructions' bosom, or like the Sun when dwelling in the darkness.
rvs.1.117 The Daughter of the Sun with all her glory, O ye Nasatyas, chose your car to bear her.
rvs.1.118 5 The youthful Daughter of the Sun, delighting in you, ascended there your chariot, Heroes.
rvs.1.121 6 There is he born. May the Swift give us rapture, and like the Sun shine forth from yonder
rvs.1.121 13 The strong Bay Horses of the Sun thou stayedst: this Etasa drew not the wheel, O Indra.
rvs.1.122 Now like the Sun, O Varuna and Mitra, your car hath shone, longshaped- and reined with splendour.
rvs.1.123 May Savitar the God, Friend of the homestead, declare before the Sun that we are sinless.
rvs.1.124 1. THE Dawn refulgent when the fire is kindled, and the Sun rising, far diffuse their brightness.
rvs.1.130 Let thy Bay Horses bring thee hither as the Sun, as every day they bring the Sun.
rvs.1.135 This is thy seasonable share, that comes coradiant- with the Sun.
rvs.1.136 2 For the broad Sun was seen a path more widely laid, the path of holy law hath been maintained
rvs.1.141 Now may these wealthy chiefs and we together spread forth as spreads the Sun above the rainclouds-.
rvs.1.146 Longing, they turned their eyes unto the River: to these the Sun of men was manifested.
rvs.1.149 Bright like the Sun, with hundredfold existence.
rvs.1.151 Here in the neighbourhood they cry unto the Sun at morning and at evening, like swift birds of
rvs.1.160 Two Bowls of noble kind: between these Goddesses the God, the fulgent Sun, travels by fixed decree.
rvs.1.163 His bridle the Gandharva grasped. O Vasus, from out the Sun ye fashioned forth the Courser.
rvs.1.164 25 With Jagati the flood in heaven he stablished, and saw the Sun in the Rathantara Saman.
rvs.1.174 Let the Sun roll his chariot wheel anear us, and let the Thunderer go to meet the foemen.
rvs.1.190 3 The praise, the verse that offers adoration, may he bring forth, as the Sun sends his arms out,
rvs.1.191 HYMN CXCI. Water. Grass. Sun. 191
rvs.1.191 8 Slayer of things unseen, the Sun, beheld of all, mounts, eastward, up,
rvs.1.191 10 I hang the poison in the Sun, a wineskin- in a vintners' house,
rvs.2.8 4 Who shines refulgent like the Sun, with brilliance and with fiery flame,
rvs.2.12 He who gave being to the Sun and Morning, who leads the waters, He, O men, is Indra.
rvs.2.19 He gave the Sun his life, he found the cattle, and with the night the works of days completed.
rvs.2.23 As with great light the Sun brings forth the rays of morn, so thou alone art Father of all sacred
rvs.2.24 When, gracious, for the hymn he brings forth food and wealth, the glowing Sun untroubled sends
rvs.3.14 What time unto the peoples' lands thou camest, spreading them as the Sun of men, with lustre.
rvs.3.15 2 Be thou To us, while now the morn is breaking, be thou a guardian when the Sun hath mounted..
rvs.3.26 8 Bearing in mind a thought with light accordant, he purified the Sun with three refinings;
rvs.3.31 Indra who shone together with the Heroes begot the song, the fire, and Sun and Morning.
rvs.3.32 He beareth up this earth and heaven, and, doer of marvels, he begot the Sun and Morning.
rvs.3.34 9 He gained possession of the Sun and Horses, Indra obtained the Cow who feedeth many.
rvs.3.39 There, verily with ten Dasagvas Indra found the Sun lying hidden in the darkness.
rvs.3.53 The Daughter of the Sun hath spread our glory among the Gods, imperishable, deathless.
rvs.3.54 May Earth and Heaven, the Sun, the waters, hear us, and the wide firmament and constellations.
rvs.4.3 8 What wilt thou tell the truthful band of Maruts, how answer the great Sun when thou art
rvs.4.13 Their stablished way go Varuna and Mitra, what time they make the Sun ascend the heaven.
rvs.4.16 14 What time thou settest near the Sun thy body, thy form, Immortal One, is seen expanding:
rvs.4.25 4 To him shall Agni Bharata give shelter: long shall he look upon the Sun uprising-,
rvs.4.30 6 When also for a mortal man, Indra, thou speddest forth the Sun,
rvs.4.31 I share thee even with the Sun.
rvs.4.31 With thee and with the Sun alike,
rvs.4.38 10 Dadhikras hath overspread the Fivefold People with vigour, as the Sun lightens the waters.
rvs.4.43 What car do they call swift with rapid coursers? That which the Daughter of the Sun elected.
rvs.4.45 like the Sun.
rvs.4.45 radiance like the Sun;
rvs.4.45 And the Sun harnessing his horses goeth forth: ye through your Godlike nature let his paths be
rvs.5.14 He found the Kine, the Floods, the Sun.
rvs.5.26 2 We pray thee, thou who droppest oil, brightrayed-! who lookest on the Sun,
rvs.5.27 O IndraAgni-! lofty rule like the unwasting Sun in heaven.
rvs.5.29 10 One carwheel- of the Sun thou rolledst forward, and one thou settest free to move for Kutsa.
rvs.5.40 9 The Atris found the Sun again, him whom Svarbhanu of the brood
rvs.5.45 The Sun hath risen and oped the stable portals: the doors of men, too, hath the God thrown open.
rvs.5.51 15 Like Sun and Moon may we pursue in full prosperity our path,
rvs.5.54 5 Maruts, this hero strength and majesty of yours hath, like the Sun, extended over a lengthened
rvs.5.54 10 When, as the Sun hath risen up, ye take delight, O bounteous radiant Maruts, Heroes of the sky,
rvs.5.54 the Sun.
rvs.5.55 Sun.
rvs.5.62 8 Ye mount your car goldhued- at break of morning, and ironpillared- when the Sun is setting,
rvs.5.63 4 Your magic, MitraVaruna-, resteth in the heaven. The Sun, the wondrous weapon, cometh forth as
rvs.5.63 Ye by eternal Order govern all the world. Ye set the Sun in heaven as a refulgent car.
rvs.5.69 3 I call at dawn on Aditi the Goddess, I call at noon and when the Sun is setting.
rvs.5.76 3 Yea, come at milkingtime-, at early morning, at noon of day and when the Sun is setting,
rvs.5.79 Let not the Sun with fervent heat consume thee like a robber foe, highborn-! delightful with the
rvs.5.85 Who standing in the firmament hath meted the earth out with the Sun as with a measure.
rvs.6.2 For, Purifier! like the Sun thou beamest with thy radiant glow.
rvs.6.4 3 Whose might the very heavens regard with wonder: bright as the Sun he clothes himself with
rvs.6.17 Make the Sun visible, make food abundant, slaughter the foes, pierce through and free the cattle.
rvs.6.17 5 Gladdened whereby, bursting the firm enclosures, thou gavest splendour to the Sun and Morning.
rvs.6.21 3 He hath made pathways, with the Sun to aid him, throughout the darkness that extended pathless.
rvs.6.30 Near and afar he spread and set the regions, and every day the Sun became apparent.
rvs.6.30 Thou art the King of men, of all that liveth, engendering at once Sun, Heaven, and Morning.
rvs.6.32 2 Amid the sages, with the Sun he brightened the Parents: glorified, he burst the mountain;
rvs.6.44 23 The Dawns he wedded to a glorious Consort, and set within the Sun the light that lights him.
rvs.6.48 Let them not snare by day the neck of that Celestial Bird the Sun.
rvs.6.48 21 They whose high glory in a moment like the God, the Sun, goes round the space of heaven,
rvs.6.52 5 Through all our days may we be healthy. minded, and look upon the Sun when he arises.
rvs.6.59 Drive those who hate me far away, and keep them distant from the Sun.
rvs.6.72 Ye found the Sun ye found the light of heaven: ye killed all darkness and the Gods blasphemers.
rvs.6.72 2 Ye, IndraSoma-, gave her light to Morning, and led the Sun on high with all his splendour.
rvs.7.3 Like Heavens' thundering roar thy might approaches, and like the wondrous Sun thy light thou
rvs.7.8 4 Far famed is this the Bharatas' own Agni he shineth like the Sun with lofty splendour.
rvs.7.9 2 Most wise is he who, forcing doors of Panis, brought the bright Sun to us who feedeth many.
rvs.7.10 2 He, like the Sun, hath shone while Morn is breaking, and priests who weave the sacrifice sing
rvs.7.34 19 Leading great hosts, with fierce attacks of these, they burn their foes as the Sun burns the
rvs.7.35 8 May the farseeing- Sun rise up to bless us: be the four Quarters of the sky auspicious.
rvs.7.60 1. WHEN thou, O Sun, this day, arising sinless, shalt speak the truth to Varuna and Mitra,
rvs.7.60 2 Looking on man, O Varuna and Mitra, this Sun ascendeth up by both the pathways,
rvs.7.63 With homage and oblations will we serve you, O MitraVaruna-, when the Sun hath risen.
rvs.7.65 1. WITH hymns I call you, when the Sun hath risen, Mitra, and Varuna whose thoughts are holy,
rvs.7.66 4 So when the Sun hath risen today-, may sinless Mitra, Aryaman,
rvs.7.66 7 Soon as the Sun hath risen, to you, to MitraVaruna-, I sing,
rvs.7.66 12 So at the rising of the Sun we think of you with hymns today-,
rvs.7.78 She hath brought forth Sun, sacrifice, and Agni, and far away hath fled detested darkness.
rvs.7.79 She hath sent out her sheen with beauteous oxen. The Sun with light hath opened earth and heaven.
rvs.7.80 Youthful and unrestrained she cometh forward: she hath turned thoughts to Sun and fire and worship.
rvs.7.81 2 The Sun ascending, the refulgent Star, pours down his beams together with the Dawn.
rvs.7.82 3 Ye with your strength have pierced the fountains of the floods: the Sun have ye brought forward
rvs.7.104 Let the fools' gods with bent necks fall and perish, and see no more the Sun when he arises.
rvs.8.1 29 My praises when the Sun hath risen, my praises at the time of noon,
rvs.8.3 6 With might hath Indra spread out heaven and earth, with power hath Indra lighted up the Sun.
rvs.8.3 20 Bright were the flaming fires, the Sun gave forth his shine, and Soma, Indras' juice, shone
rvs.8.6 I was born like unto the Sun.
rvs.8.7 8 With might they drop the loosened rein so that the Sun may run his course,
rvs.8.7 22 They brought together both the worlds, the mighty waters, and the Sun,
rvs.8.9 18 Thou, Dawn, approaching with thy light shinest together with the Sun,
rvs.8.10 4 On whom the solemn rites depend, whose worshippers rise without the Sun:
rvs.8.12 When, like the Sun, he hath increased both Heaven and Earth.
rvs.8.12 30 When yonder Sun, that brilliant light, thou settest in the heaven above,
rvs.8.13 13 I call thee when the Sun is risen, I call thee at the noon of day:
rvs.8.27 19 If ye appoint the rite today-, kind Rulers, when the Sun ascends,
rvs.8.29 10 Some, singing lauds, conceived the Samahymn-, great hymn whereby they caused the Sun to shine.
rvs.8.59 The splendid bolt of thunder was deposited, as the great Sun was set in heaven.
rvs.8.61 17 I took some Soma when the Sun rose up, O Mitra, Varuna.
rvs.8.83 2 She in whose bosom all the Gods, and Sun and Moon for men to see,
rvs.8.87 2 Thou, Indra, art the Conqueror: thou gavest splendour to the Sun.
rvs.8.88 3 Turning, as it were, to meet the Sun, enjoy from Indra all good things.
rvs.8.90 14 Past and gone are three mortal generations: the fourth and last into the Sun hath entered.
rvs.8.91 A pleasant aspect like the Sun.
rvs.8.96 10 Indra hath tossed together mighty stores of wealth, and both the worlds, yea, and the Sun.
rvs.8.100 Agni with his resplendent flame hath shone on high as shines the Sun, hath shone like Surya in
rvs.9.2 He shines together with the Sun.
rvs.9.4 5 Give us our portion in the Sun through thine own mental power and aids;
rvs.9.4 6 Through thine own mental power and aid long may we look upon the Sun;
rvs.9.10 8 He gives us kinship with the Gods, and with the Sun unites our eye:
rvs.9.10 9 The Sun with his dear eye beholds that quarter of the heavens which priests
rvs.9.17 And moving secmst' to speed the Sun.
rvs.9.23 They made the Sun that he might shine.
rvs.9.28 The Sun and all his forms of light.
rvs.9.37 4 This Payamana up above Tritas' high ridge hath made the Sun,
rvs.9.42 1. ENGENDERING the Sun in floods, engendering heavens' lights, greenhued-,
rvs.9.54 2 In aspect he is like the Sun; he runneth forward to the lakes,
rvs.9.63 9 And those ten Coursers, tawnyhued-, he harnessed that the Sun might come
rvs.9.64 Flow like the Sun for us to see.
rvs.9.86 the Sun.
rvs.9.97 38 Cleansed near the Sun as it were he as Creator hath filled full heaven and earth, and hath
rvs.9.110 3 O Pavamana, thou didst generate the Sun, and spread the moisture out with power,
rvs.10.9 So that I long may see the Sun.
rvs.10.12 Have given the Moon his beams, the Sun his splendourthe- Two unweariedly maintain their brightness.
rvs.10.16 3 The Sun receive thine eye, tne Wind thy spirit; go, as thy merit is, to earth or heaven.
rvs.10.27 The waters even shall aid him to his object, and the allcleansing- Sun who is above us.
rvs.10.35 5 Dawns, who come forward with the bright beams of the Sun, and at your earliest flushing bring to
rvs.10.35 The Sun goes up beholding all the rays of morn. We pray to kindled Agni for felicity.
rvs.10.37 All else that is in motion finds a place of rest: the waters ever flow and ever mounts the Sun.
rvs.10.37 Never may we suffer want in presence of the Sun, and, living happy lives, may we attain old age.
rvs.10.43 5 As in the game a gambler piles his winnings, so Maghavan, sweeping all together, gained the Sun
rvs.10.49 7 I travel round about borne onward in my might by the fleetfooted- dappled Horses of the Sun.
rvs.10.58 8 Thy spirit, that went far away, that visited the Sun and Dawn.
rvs.10.59 4 Give us not up as prey to death, O Soma still let us look upon the Sun arising.
rvs.10.59 Long may we look upon the Sun uprising; O Anumati, favour thou and bless us.
rvs.10.60 Even as the Sun for all to see.
rvs.10.62 3 Ye raised the Sun to heaven by everlasting Law, and spread broad earth, the Mother, out on every
rvs.10.64 To Sun and Moon, two Moons, to Yama in the heaven, to Trita, Vata, Dawn, Night, and the Atvins
rvs.10.65 These very bounteous Gods made the Sun mount to heaven, and spread the righteous laws of Aryas
rvs.10.67 Brhaspati discovered, while he thundered like Dyaus, the dawn, the Sun, the cow, the lightning.
rvs.10.68 4 As the Sun dews with meath the seat of Order, and casts a flaming meteor down from heaven.
rvs.10.68 He did a deed Never done, Never to be equalled, whereby the Sun and Moon ascend alternate.
rvs.10.69 like the Sun.
rvs.10.88 6 Head of the world is Agni in the nighttime-; then, as the Sun, at morn springs up and rises.
rvs.10.90 13 The Moon was gendered from his mind, and from his eye the Sun had birth;
rvs.10.91 Sun.
rvs.10.92 Ye Sun and Moon who dwell in heaven and move in turn, and with your thought, O Earth and Sky,
rvs.10.93 5 Come also to our dwelling, Lords of ample wealth, common partakers of our waters, Sun and Moon,
rvs.10.93 12 So have they strengthened this mine hymn which seems to take its bright path to the Sun, and
rvs.10.94 Then downward to the nether stones' fixt place they sink, and, splendid as the Sun, effuse their
rvs.10.96 O Asura, disclose thou and make visible the Cows' beloved home to the bright golden Sun.
rvs.10.107 2 High up in heaven abide the Guerdongivers-: they who give steeds dwell with the Sun for ever.
rvs.10.111 The vast sky with the Sun hath he extended, and, best otpillars, stayed it with a pillar.
rvs.10.112 3 Deck out thy body with the fairest colours, with golden splendour of the Sun adorn it.
rvs.10.121 When over them the risen Sun is shining. What God shall we adore with our oblation?
rvs.10.138 Thou gavest increase through this Trees' surpassing might. The Sun shone by the hymn that sprang
rvs.10.138 3 In the midway- of heaven the Sun unyoked his car: the Arya found a match to meet his Dam foe.
rvs.10.138 Like Sun and Moon he took the strongholds' wealth away, and, praised in song, demolished foes with
rvs.10.151 Faith at the setting of the Sun. O Faith, endow us with belief.
rvs.10.154 5 Skilled in a thousand ways and means, the sages who protect the Sun,
rvs.10.156 4 O Agni, thou hast made the Sun, Eternal Star, to mount the sky,
rvs.10.157 5 Brought the Sun hitherward with mighty powers, and looked about them on their vigorous Godhead.
rvs.10.159 1. YON Sun hath mounted up, and this my happy fate hate mounted high.
rvs.10.170 Alllighting-, radiant, mighty as the Sun to see, he spreadeth wide unfailing victory and strength.
rvs.10.171 4 Bring, Indra, to the east again that Sun who now is in the west,
rvs.10.179 2 Oblation is prepared: come to us, Indra; the Sun hath travelled over half his journey.
rvs.10.190 3 Dhatar, the great Creator, then formed in due order Sun and Moon.

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