Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 16 May 2011 12:21 and updated at 16 May 2011 12:21


rvs.1.89 4 May the Wind waft to us that pleasant medicine, may Earth our Mother give it, and our Father
rvs.1.122 3 Cheer us the Roamer round, who strikes at morning, the Wind delight us, pourer forth of waters!
rvs.1.161 14 The Maruts move in heaven, on earth this Agni; through the midfirmament- the Wind approaches.
rvs.1.174 5 Indra, bear Kutsa, him in whom thou joyest: the darkred- horses of the Wind are docile.
rvs.1.175 Thou barest Kutsa with the steeds of Wind to Susna as his death.
rvs.4.3 6 What, when thou blazest on the lesser altars, what to the mighty Wind who comes to bless us,
rvs.8.18 May the pure Wind breathe sweet on us, and chase our foes.
rvs.8.93 8 The active, fleetfoot-, tawny Coursers that are thine are swift to victory, like the Wind,
rvs.8.98 May Waters, Wind, the Mountains, and the ForestLord-, and Earth give ear unto my cry.
rvs.10.16 3 The Sun receive thine eye, tne Wind thy spirit; go, as thy merit is, to earth or heaven.
rvs.10.22 5 Even to these dark Steeds of Wind thou of thyself hast come to ride,
rvs.10.31 9 He passes over the broad earth like a Stega: he penetrates the world as Wind the mistcloud-.
rvs.10.92 Sing lauds for your great bliss to Wind, the breath of all: ye Asvins prompt to hear, hear this
rvs.10.137 3 Hither, O Wind, blow healing balm, blow all disease away, thou Wind;
rvs.10.168 2 Along the traces of the Wind they hurry, they come to him as dames to an assembly.
rvs.10.168 His voice is heard, his shape is ever viewless. Let us adore this Wind with our oblation.

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