Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 16 Jul 2011 16:14 and updated at 16 Jul 2011 16:14


yvk.2.2 r From the mouth to thee, O Visnu, do I utter the Vasat call; Do thou accept my oblation, O Sipivista [4]; Let my fair hymns of praise cause thee to wax great; Do ye protect us ever with blessings.
yvk.2.2 s That name of thee, the noble, to day I celebrate, O Sipivista, knowing the ways; I, the weaker, sing thee the strong, That rulest beyond this region.
yvk.2.2 t What was there to be disclosed in thee, O Visnu, What time thou didst declare, I am Sipivista Conceal not from us that form of thine What time thou dost change thy shape in battle [5].
yvk.2.5 He should divide the rice grains into three parts; the mean size he should make into a cake on eight potsherds for Agni, the giver, the largest lie should give as a mess to Indra, the bestower, the smallest (he should give) as a mess in boiled (milk) to Visnu Sipivista.
yvk.3.4 He offers to Visnu Sipivista; Visnu Sipivista is the redundancy of the sacrifice, the greatness of the victim, the prosperity thereof; verily in the redundant he deposits the redundant, to appease the redundant.
yvk.4.4 (Thou art) Prajapati in mind, when come to the Soma; the creator in the consecration; Savitr in the bearing; Pusan in the cow for the purchase of the Soma; Varuna when bound (in the cloth); Asura in the being bought; Mitra when purchased; Sipivista when put in place; delighter of men when being drawn forward; the overlord on arrival; Prajapati being led on; Agni at the Agnidh s altar; Brhaspati on being led from the Agnidh s altar; Indra at the oblation holder; Aditi when put in place; Visnu when being taken down; Atharvan when made wet; Yama when pressed out; drinker of unpurified Soma() when being cleansed; Vayu when purifying; Mitra as mixed with milk; the Manthin when mixed with groats; that of the All gods when taken out; Rudra when offered; Vayu when covered up; the gazer on men when revealed; the food when it comes; the famed of the fathers; life when taken; the river when going to the final bath; the ocean when gone; the water when dipped; the heaven when arrived at completion.
yvk.4.5 f Homage to him who haunteth the mountains, and to Sipivista.
yvk.7.5 If at the early pressing the bowl is broken, they should sing verses addressed to Visnu and containing the epithet Sipivista.
yvk.7.5 Whatever in the sacrifice is redundant, is redundant with regard to Visnu Sipivista; verily Visnu Sipivista places the redundant in the redundant.

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