Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 15 Jul 2011 10:22 and updated at 15 Jul 2011 10:22


yvk.4.7 [1] the Atigrahyas, the (cup) for Indra and Agni, the (cup) for the All gods, the (cups) for the Maruts, the (cup) for Mahendra, the (cup) for Aditya, the (cup) for Savitr the (cup) for Sarasvati, the (cup) for Pusan, the (cup) for Tvastr() with the wives (of the gods), the Hariyojana (cup) (prosper for me through the sacrifice).
yvk.6.6 The gods divided up power and strength; what there was left over became the Atigrahya cups, and that is why the Atigrahyas have their name.
yvk.6.6 In that the Atigrahyas are drawn, verily thus the sacrificer bestows.
yvk.6.6 The Atigrahyas are the support of the sacrifice, the Prsthas are the two wheels, if he were not to.
yvk.6.6 [1] the Atigrahyas would destroy the sacrifice behind; but they should be drawn in the Visvajit with all the Prsthas, so that the sacrifice may have all its strength.
yvk.6.6 Prajapati indicated the sacrifices to the gods, he put away their dear forms, they became the Atigrahya; Bodiless is his sacrifice they say, for whom the Atigrahyas are not drawn.
yvk.7.5 Month by month they perform the Prsthas, month by month the Atigrahyas are drawn; verily in each month they place strength, for the support of the months.

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