Gayal

Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 15 Jul 2011 12:03 and updated at 15 Jul 2011 12:03

KRISHNA YAJURVEDA NOUNS

yvk.2.1 He whom men calumniate though he has slain no one should offer a Gayal to Vayu; impure speech comes to him whom men calumniate though he has slain no one; the Gayal is neither a domestic nor a wild animal; he is neither in the village nor the forest whom men calumniate though he has slain no one; Vayu is the purifier of the gods; verily he has recourse to Vayu with his own share; verily he [2] purifies him.
yvk.4.2 d Harm not this one hooved of cattle, The thundering, the courser among the contests; I appoint for thee the Gayal of the forest; Therewith piling thy forms, be seated.
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 [2] in the highest heaven; I appoint for thee the Gayal of the forest; Therewith piling thy forms, be seated.
yvk.5.5 To Indra, the king, a boar; to Varuna, the king, a black (antelope); to Yama, the king, a deer; to the bull, the king, a Gayal; to the tiger, the king, a Bos Gavaeus; to the king of men a monkey; for the swift falcon a quail; for the Nilangu (snake) a worm; for Soma, the king, a gazelle; for the ocean a crocodile; for the snowy mountain an elephant.
yvk.5.5 The horse, the hornless one, the Gayal, these are for Prajapati; for Agni the two with black necks; for Tvastr the two with hairy thighs; the two white backed for Brhaspati; to Dhatr the speckled bellied one; for the sun the white ram.

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