Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 15 Jul 2011 09:53 and updated at 15 Jul 2011 09:53


yvk.1.1 m Thou art the girdle of Aditi, the cord of Indrani.
yvk.1.1 s I place thee in the lap of Aditi.
yvk.1.1 h Thou art the skin of Aditi, may the earth recognize thee
yvk.1.1 i Thou art the plank of wood, may the skin of Aditi recognize thee.
yvk.1.1 b Thou art the skin of Aditi, may the earth recognize thee.
yvk.1.1 c Thou art the supporter of the sky, may the skin of Aditi recognize thee.
yvk.1.2 [1] thou art of the sacrifice, thou art of kingly power, thou art Aditi, double headed.
yvk.1.2 a Thou art a Vasvi, thou art a Rudra, thou art Aditi, thou art an Aditya, thou art Sukra, thou art Candra.
yvk.1.2 c Thou art the seat of Aditi.
yvk.1.2 d Sit on the seat of Aditi.
yvk.1.2 c Thou art the seat of Aditi; sit on the seat of Aditi
yvk.1.3 f Thou art the seat of Aditi.
yvk.1.3 g Do thou sit on the seat of Aditi.
yvk.1.5 a (Thou I art) earth in depth, sky in breadth, atmosphere in greatness; In thy lap, O goddess Aditi, Agni I place, food eater for the eating of food.
yvk.1.5 l Leka, Salekha, Sulekha, may these Adityas rejoicing partake of our oblation; Keta, Saketa, Suketa, may these Adityas rejoicing partake of our oblation; Vivasvan, Aditi, Devajuti, may these Adityas rejoicing partake of our oblation.
yvk.1.5 [3] in thy rule, Be guiltless before Aditi.
yvk.1.5 q The protections which ye have for the earnest worshipper, Threefold do ye grant them to the generous giver, To us, O Maruts, do ye accord them; O strong ones, give us wealth rich in heroes: r Let Aditi save us, Let Aditi give us protection, Let Aditi guard us from tribulation.
yvk.1.5 s The mighty mother of the righteous, The spouse of holy order, let us invoke to aid us, The powerful, the unageing, the wide Aditi, who giveth good protection and good guidance.
yvk.1.5 t Earth strong to save, sky unrivalled, Aditi who giveth good protection and good guidance, The divine ship with good oars, the blameless, Which leaketh not, let us mount for prosperity.
yvk.1.6 e O Ida, come hither; O Aditi, come hither; O Sarasvati, come hither.
yvk.1.6 a Let the Dhruva swell with ghee, For each sacrifice for the worshippers; In the udder of the sun maiden, in the lap of Aditi, Broad streamed be the earth at this sacrifice.
yvk.1.6 t What time the strong sang praise to the strong, O Indra, the stones and Aditi in unison, Without steeds or chariots were the fellies Which, sped by Indra, rolled against the Dasyus.
yvk.1.7 c On the instigation of strength, the mother, the mighty one, We shall proclaim with our speech, Aditi, by name, Into whom all this world hath entered; In her may the god Savitr instigate right for us.
yvk.1.7 [1] Varuna with ten syllables won the Viraj; Indra with eleven syllables won the Tristubh; the All gods with twelve syllables won the Jagati; the Vasus with thirteen syllables won the thirteenfold Stoma; the Rudras with fourteen syllables won the fourteenfold Stoma; the Adityas with fifteen syllables won the fifteenfold Stoma; Aditi with sixteen syllables won the sixteen fold Stoma; Prajapati with seventeen syllables won the seventeenfold Stoma.
yvk.1.8 g Notified is Agni, lord of the house; notified is Indra, of ancient fame; notified is Pusan, all knower; notified are Mitra and Varuna, increasing holy order; notified are sky and earth, of sure vows; notified is the goddess Aditi, of all forms; notified is he, N.
yvk.1.8 m Gold hued in the glowing of the dawns, Bronze pillared at the rising of the sun, O Varuna, O Mitra, mount your chariot seat, And thence behold ye Aditi and Diti.
yvk.2.2 He who is about to engage in a conflict should offer an oblation to Aditi; Aditi is this (earth); verily in time gone by they were used to rest upon it.
yvk.2.3 O Aditi, do thou confirm (with these words) be who is being expelled should take the foot (dust) of him (who is expelling him); Aditi is this (earth); verily she confirms the kingdom for him; Be the blessing fulfilled he says; verily he makes the blessing come true; Mind here he says; verily he makes the people of one mind with him; Come hither, O ye Maruts
yvk.2.3 e Him quicken, O Agni, for life, for radiance, Make dear his seed, O Varuna, O Soma, O king; Like a mother, O Aditi, give him protection, O ye All gods, that he may win old age.
yvk.3.1 I May Aditi loosen this noose; Homage to the cattle, to the lord of cattle, I pay; I cast down the enemy; On him whom we hate I fasten the noose.
yvk.3.2 d Gentle control, banner of the sacrifices, may speech accept and delight in the Soma; I may Aditi, gentle, propitious, with head inviolable, as speech, accept and delight in the Soma.
yvk.3.3 k May Dhatr give wealth to the giver, Desiring offspring, generous in his home; Let all the immortal gods roll themselves up for him, The All gods and Aditi in unison.
yvk.3.4 g That Aditi may accord To our cattle, our men, our kine, To our offspring, Rudra s grace.
yvk.3.5 f Go forth, go up, to the lovers of holy order; may Agni lead thy head, Aditi give (thee) a middle, thou art that let loose by Rudra, Yuva by name; harm me not.
yvk.4.1 i Sinivali, of fair braids, Of fair head dress, with fair locks, May she, O Aditi, O great one, Place within thy hands the pan.
yvk.4.1 k Let Aditi fashion the pan with might, With her arms with wisdom, Let her bear Agni in her womb As a mother a child in her lap.
yvk.4.1 o Thou art the girdle of Aditi.
yvk.4.1 p Let Aditi seize thy hole with the Pankti metre, in the manner of Angiras.
yvk.4.1 q Having made the great pan, Wrought of clay, as a birthplace for Agni, Aditi gave it to her sons, (Saying), Let them cook it.
yvk.4.1 b May Aditi, connected with the All gods, the goddess, dig thee on the abode of earth, in the manner of Angiras, O trench.
yvk.4.2 [3] Then may we, O Aditya, in thy rule, Be guiltless before Aditi.
yvk.4.2 b May Prajapati seat thee on the back of earth, capacious, extending; thou art extent, thou art earth, thou art the world, thou art the earth, thou art Aditi all sustaining, sustainer of all the world; sustain the earth, make firm the earth, harm not the earth, for all expiration, cross breathing, up breathing, for support
yvk.4.2 e The undying drop, the ruddy, the active, Agni I hymn with praises with first inspiration; Do thou forming thyself with joints in due order, Harm not the cow, Aditi, the resplendent.
yvk.4.2 f This ocean, the spring of a hundred streams, Expanded in the middle of the world, Aditi milking ghee for men, O Agni, harm not
yvk.4.3 e Thou art the portion of Aditi, the overlordship of Pusan, force saved, the twenty sevenfold Stoma.
yvk.4.3 They praised with nine, the fathers were created, Aditi was the overlady.
yvk.4.4 (Thou art) Prajapati in mind, when come to the Soma; the creator in the consecration; Savitr in the bearing; Pusan in the cow for the purchase of the Soma; Varuna when bound (in the cloth); Asura in the being bought; Mitra when purchased; Sipivista when put in place; delighter of men when being drawn forward; the overlord on arrival; Prajapati being led on; Agni at the Agnidh s altar; Brhaspati on being led from the Agnidh s altar; Indra at the oblation holder; Aditi when put in place; Visnu when being taken down; Atharvan when made wet; Yama when pressed out; drinker of unpurified Soma() when being cleansed; Vayu when purifying; Mitra as mixed with milk; the Manthin when mixed with groats; that of the All gods when taken out; Rudra when offered; Vayu when covered up; the gazer on men when revealed; the food when it comes; the famed of the fathers; life when taken; the river when going to the final bath; the ocean when gone; the water when dipped; the heaven when arrived at completion.
yvk.4.4 a (Thou art) Krttikas, the Naksatra, Agni, the deity; ye are the radiances of Agni, of Prajapati, of the creator, of Soma; to the Re thee, to radiance thee, to the shining thee, to the blaze thee, to the light thee b (Thou art) Rohini the Naksatra, Prajapati the deity; Mrgasirsa the Naksatra, Soma the deity; Ardra the Naksatra, Rudra the deity; the two Punarvasus the Naksatra, Aditi the deity; Tisya the Naksatra, Brhaspati the deity; the Asresas the Naksatra, the serpents the deity; the Maghas the Naksatra, the fathers the deity; the two Phalgunis the Naksatra
yvk.4.4 o Prop of the sky, supporter of the earth, Ruling this world, lady of Visnu, All extending, seeking food, with prosperity, May Aditi be auspicious to us in her life.
yvk.4.6 m O thou of straight path, avoid us; Be our body as of stone May Soma favour us, And Aditi
yvk.4.6 I Wealth of kine for us, may the strong one (grant), wealth in horses, Men and sons, and every form of prosperity; May Aditi confer on us sinlessness; Kingship for us may the horse rich in offering gain.
yvk.4.7 May the fire for me, the cauldron, the beam, the sun, breath, the horse sacrifice, earth, Aditi, Diti, sky, the Sakvari verses, the fingers, the quarters prosper through the sacrifice; may the Re, the Saman, the hymn tune, the Yajus, consecration, penance, the season, the vow (prosper) through the rain of day and night, the Brhat and Rathantara prosper for me through the sacrifice.
yvk.4.7 [6] Make us blameless before Aditi, Remove our evil deeds on all sides, O Agni.
yvk.5.1 May Aditi thee he says; Aditi is this (earth); verily with Aditi in Aditi he digs, to avoid injury to it, for one hurts not oneself.
yvk.5.1 d Rejoicing in the strewn grass, well strewed, That doth extend wide and broad on the earth, Joined with the gods, may Aditi in unison, Bestowing pleasantness, cause it to prosper.
yvk.5.3 Thou art the portion of Aditi
yvk.5.3 [3] (with these words he puts down) on the west; Aditi is support, Pusan is support, the twenty sevenfold is support; (verily it serves) for support.
yvk.5.5 It is (an offering) to Aditi; Aditi is this (earth); verily he finds support in this (earth); verily also be extends the sacrifice over this He who piles the fire without keeping it in the pan for a year (it is with him) as when an embryo is dropped prematurely would go to ruin; he should offer before (the others) on twelve potsherds to Vaisvanara; Agni Vaisvanara is the year; even as (an embryo) attaining a year s growth
yvk.5.5 The Alaja is for the atmosphere; the otter, the diver, the swimmer, these for the waters; to Aditi the Hansasaci; to Indrani the Kirsa; the vulture, the white breasted, the Vardhranasa, these are for the sky; the hedgehog is for sky and earth.
yvk.5.6 To Aditi are (to be offered) three ruddy spotted; to Indrani three black spotted; to Kuhu three red spotted; three calves to Raka; three heifers to Sinivali; the red spotted hornless ones are for Agni and Visnu.
yvk.5.6 Three reddish brown ones are for Soma; to Soma, the king, are (to be offered) three dappled ones; the cloud formed are for Parjanya; three goats with dewlaps are (to be offered) to Indrani; three ewes are for Aditi; those of auspicious mark and hornless are for sky and earth.
yvk.5.7 Tortoises with the hooves; with the flesh of the hooves francolin partridges; the Saman with the dewclaws; speed with the legs; health with the two knees; strength with the two Kuhas; fear with the two movers; the secret with the two sides; the Asvins with the two shoulders Aditi with the head; Nirrti with the bald head.
yvk.5.7 For Indra the breast, for Aditi the flanks, for the quarters the cervical cartilages; the clouds with the heart and its covering; atmosphere with the pericardium; the mist with the flesh of the stomach; Indrani with the lungs; ants with the liver, the hills with the intestines; the ocean with the stomach; Vaisvanara with the fundament.
yvk.5.7 For Vayu the first rib; for Sarasvant the second; for the moon the third; for the Naksatras the fourth; for Savitr the fifth; for Rudra the sixth for the serpents the seventh; for Aryaman the eighth; for Tvastr the ninth for Dhatr the tenth; for Indrani the eleventh; for Aditi the twelfth; for sky and earth the side; for Yama the side bone.
yvk.6.1 They fixed upon Aditi, (saying, By thee shall we distinguish them.
yvk.6.1 Therefore the opening oblation of the sacrifice belongs to Aditi, and the concluding oblation belongs to Aditi.
yvk.6.1 The eastern quarter they distinguished by her, by Agni the southern, by Soma the western, by Savitr the northern, by Aditi the zenith.
yvk.6.1 Having offered to Savitr, he offers to Aditi; Aditi indeed is this (earth); verily taking his stand on it he sees.
yvk.6.1 Having offered to Aditi, he repeats the verse to the Maruts.
yvk.6.1 Thou art Aditi, double headed he says.
yvk.6.1 In that to Aditi belong the opening and the concluding oblations of the sacrifices, therefore does he say that.
yvk.6.1 Thou art the seat of Aditi.
yvk.6.1 Sit on the seat of Aditi he says; that is according to the text.
yvk.6.3 Thou art the seat of Aditi; do thou sit on the seat of Aditi he says; that is according to the text.
yvk.6.4 They could not find its distribution; Aditi said, Let me choose a boon; then shall ye distribute through me, verily with me as deity may your Soma (draughts) be set down
yvk.6.4 Thou art taken with a support he says, and thereby have they Aditi for their deity, for those vessels that are made of wood are born from her womb, those that are made of clay are clearly hers; therefore he says thus.
yvk.6.5 Aditi, desirous of offspring, cooked a Brahman s mess for the Sadhya gods; to her the gave the remains, she ate it, she became pregnant; of her the four Adityas were born.
yvk.7.1 O Ida, Ranti, Aditi, Sarasvati, Priya, Preyasi, Mahi, Visruti, These, O inviolable one, are thy names; Proclaim me among the gods as a doer of good deeds.
yvk.7.3 To Prajapati hail! To Ka hail! To Who hail! To Whoever (katamsmai) hail! To Aditi hail! To Aditi the great hail! To Aditi the gentle hail! To Sarasvati hail! To Sarasvati the mighty hail! To Sarasvati, the purifying hail! To Pusan hail! To Pusan guardian of travellers hail! To Pusan watcher of men hail! To Tvastr hail! To Tvastr the seminal hail! To Tvastr the multiform hail! To Visnu hail! To Visnu the Nikhuryapa hail! To Visnu the Nibhuyapa hail!
yvk.7.5 The cup for Aditi
yvk.7.5 Aditi is this (earth); verily they rest on this (earth).
yvk.7.5 To Aditi, as Visnu s consort, an oblation (is made).

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