Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 15 Jul 2011 11:52 and updated at 15 Jul 2011 11:52


yvk.4.2 c Arising from every stem, From every joint, Do thou, O Durva, extend us With a thousand, a hundred.
yvk.5.2 The fire is an animal here [2]; animals do not find pleasure in want of grass; a brick of Durva grass he puts down, to support animals; with two (verses), for support.
yvk.5.2 Arising from every stem he says, for it finds support with every stem; do thou, O Durva, extend us with a thousand, a hundred he says; Prajapati is connected with a thousand; (verily it serves) to obtain Prajapati.

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