Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 15 Jul 2011 17:01 and updated at 15 Jul 2011 17:01


yvk.1.3 f From every rule of thine, O King Varuna, set us free; From whatever oath by the waters, by the kine, by Varuna, we have sworn, From that, O Varuna, set us free.
yvk.1.3 c O King Soma, come hither, descend.
yvk.1.4 a King Varuna hath made a broad path For the sun to travel; He hath made him set his feet in the pathless way; He driveth away whatever woundeth the heart.
yvk.2.5 The nights of the half month were the wives of King Soma; of these be did not approach the new moon night and the full moon night [4].
yvk.3.1 He who purchases King Soma after making it go to the world of lordship, becomes lord of his own (people).
yvk.3.1 The world of lordship of King Soma is the metres; he should utter these verses before the purchase of Soma.
yvk.6.2 With whatever retinue the king comes, to all of them hospitality is offered; the metres are the retinue of King Soma.
yvk.6.3 The pressing stones are the troop of thieves of King Soma; him, who knowing thus, places the pressing stones on the Agnidh s altar, the troop of thieves finds not.
yvk.6.6 King Varuna hath made a broad (path) he says, for support.
yvk.6.6 He whose mind is gone should look at (it), (saying), That mind of mine which hath gone away, or which hath gone elsewhere, by means of King Soma, we keep within us verily he keeps his mind in himself [2], his mind is not gone.

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