Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 15 Jul 2011 12:02 and updated at 15 Jul 2011 12:02


yvk.1.8 b To Agni he offers on eight potsherds, to Rudra an oblation of Gavidhuka, to Indra curds, to Varuna an oblation made of barley; the sacrificial fee is a cow for draught purposes.
yvk.1.8 To Rudra (he offers) an oblation of Gavidhuka in the house of the thrower of the dice; the sacrificial fee is a speckled (ox) with raised tail.
yvk.1.8 a To Agni, lord of the house, he offers a cake of black rice on eight potsherds; to Soma, lord of the forest, an oblation of millet; to Savitr, of true instigation, a cake of swift growing rice on twelve potsherds; to Rudra, lord of cattle, an oblation of Gavidhuka; to Brhaspati, lord of speech, an oblation of wild rice; to Indra, the noblest, a cake of large rice on eleven potsherds; to Mitra, the true, an oblation of Amba grain, and to Varuna, lord of right, an oblation made of barley.
yvk.5.4 If he were to offer with the milk of domesticated animals [1], he would afflict domestic animals with pain; if (with that) of wild (animals), wild (animals); he should offer with groats of wild sesame or with groats of Gavidhuka grass; he harms neither domesticated nor wild animals.
yvk.5.4 Then they say, Wild sesame and Gavidhuka grass are not a proper offering he offers with goat s milk, the female goat is connected with Agni; verily he offers with a proper offering; he harms neither domesticated nor wild animals.
yvk.5.5 k Some Rudras have shares in the libations (ahuti), others have shares in the oblations (havis) [3]; having offered the Satarudriya, he should put down on the last brick an oblation of Gavidhuka; verily he soothes him with his portion.

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