Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 16 Jul 2011 15:33 and updated at 16 Jul 2011 15:33


yvk.1.8 He offers a cake on twelve potsherds to Dhatr, to Anumati an oblation, to Raka an oblation, to Sinivali an oblation, to Kuhu an oblation; the sacrificial fee is a pair of cattle.
yvk.3.3 p Raka, easy to invoke, I invoke with fair praise; May the fortunate one hear us and be aware of us With needle that breaks not may she sew her task; May she give a hero, whose wergild is a hundred, worthy of song.
yvk.3.3 q The fair thoughts of thine, O Raka, Whereby thou art wont to give wealth to the giver, With them to day come to us in kindliness, Granting, O fortunate one, a thousandfold prosperity.
yvk.3.4 He makes Dhatr first; verily he produces pairing with him, Anumati gives approval to him, Raka gives, Sinivali produces, and in offspring when produced by Kuhu he places speech.
yvk.3.4 He makes Dhatr first; by him he scatters, Anumati gives approval to him, Raka gives, Sinivali produces, and by Kuhu he establishes offspring when produced.
yvk.3.4 Anumati is the Gayatri, Raka the Tristubh, Sinivali the Jagati, Kuhu the Anustubh, Dhatr the Vasat call.
yvk.3.4 Raka is the first fortnight, Kuhu the second, Sinivali the new moon (night), Anumati the full moon (night), Dhatr the moon.
yvk.5.6 To Aditi are (to be offered) three ruddy spotted; to Indrani three black spotted; to Kuhu three red spotted; three calves to Raka; three heifers to Sinivali; the red spotted hornless ones are for Agni and Visnu.

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