Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 31 May 2011 12:22 and updated at 01 Jun 2011 09:18


svs.1.2.2 Self luminous the Asvins drink.
svs.1.2.2 High, Asvins, I extol your praise.
svs.1.4.1 2. These morning sacrifices call you, Asvins, at the break of day.
svs.1.4.1 3. Where are ye, Gods? What mortal man, O Asvins, glows with zeal for you,
svs.1.4.1 Asvins, drink this prepared ere yesterday and give treasures to him who offers it!
svs.1.5.1 Asvins, the Rishi is prepared, your worshipper, with songs of praise. Lovers of sweetness, hear my call!
svs.2.1.2 HYMN XV Asvins
svs.2.1.2 1. These morning sacrifices call you, Asvins, at the break of day.
svs.2.4.2 7. He goes to Indra, Vayu, and the Asvins with the rapturous joy,
svs.2.5.1 2. Laid in the press and flowing pure to Vayu and the Asvins, may
svs.2.8.3 2. Red, like a mare, and beautiful, holy, the mother of the kine, The Dawn became the Asvins friend.
svs.2.8.3 3. Yea, and thou art the Asvins , friend the mother of the cows art thou: O Dawn, thou rules over wealth
svs.2.8.3 HYMN VII Asvins
svs.2.8.3 High, Asvins, I extol your praise
svs.2.8.3 HYMN IX Asvins
svs.2.8.3 1. O Asvins, wonderful in act, do ye unanimous direct
svs.2.8.3 Do ye, O Asvins, bring strength hither unto us!
svs.2.8.3 HYMN XII Asvins
svs.2.8.3 Asvins the Rishi is prepared, your worshipper with, songs of praise. Lovers of sweetness, hear my call
svs.2.8.3 2. Pass, Asvins, over all away. May I obtain you for myself,
svs.2.8.3 3. Come to us, O ye Asvins twain, bringing your precious treasures, come
svs.2.8.3 HYMN XV Asvins
svs.2.8.3 Borne on your chariot, Asvins, turn you hither, and come unto our brimming warm libation!
svs.2.8.3 2. Most frequent guests, they scorn not what is ready: even now the lauded Asvins are beside us.
svs.2.8.3 By day, at night, with most auspicious favour! Not only now the draught hath drawn the Asvins.
svs.2.8.3 HYMN XVII Asvins
svs.2.8.3 The Asvins have equipped their chariot for the course. God Savitar hath roused the world in sundry ways.
svs.2.8.3 2. When, O ye Asvins, ye equip your mighty car, with fatness and with honey balm, ye twain, our power!
svs.2.8.3 3. Nigh to us come the Asvins lauded three wheeled car, the car laden with meath and drawn by fleet foot steeds,
svs.2.9.1 Accordant with the Asvins and with Dawn grant us heroic strength and lofty fame!
svs.2.9.1 Self luminous, the Asvins, drink.

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