Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 16 Jul 2011 18:07 and updated at 16 Jul 2011 18:07


yvk.1.4 a Three and thirty in troops the Rudras Frequent the sky and earth, the destructive ones, Eleven seated on the waters; May all of them accept the Soma pressed for the pressing.
yvk.2.1 Three are the brilliances of the sun, in the spring in the morning; in the summer at midday; in the autumn in the afternoon; verily he wins whatever brilliances there are.
yvk.2.1 r Three earths they support, and three skies; Three rules are in their ordinance; Through sacred law great is your mightiness, O Adityas; Sweet is that, O Aryaman, O Mitra, O Varuna.
yvk.2.4 He said, Three are these forms of my own that have strength; satiate them, and then shall ye overcome the Asuras.
yvk.3.2 c O Agni, three are thy powers, three thy stations, Three are thine ancient tongues, O born of holy order; Three are thy bodies in which the gods find pleasure, With them guard thou our songs unfailing.
yvk.3.2 f Three ages are thine, O All knower, Three births in the dawns, O Agni; With them, knowing, do thou propitiate the gods, And [2] be for the sacrificer health and wealth.
yvk.4.2 a The plants born Three generations before the gods, Of the brown ones I celebrate The seven and a hundred abodes.
yvk.4.3 a This is she that first dawned; Within this (earth) she hath entered and moveth; The new made bride as mother beareth the mothers; Three greatnesses attend her.
yvk.4.3 c Three have followed the path of holy order, Three cauldrons have come with the light, Offspring one guardeth, strength one [1], Another the law of the pious guardeth.
yvk.4.6 c Thou art Yama, O steed, thou art Aditya; Thou art Trita by secret ordinance; Thou art entirely separated from Soma [1]; Three, they say, are thy bonds in the sky.
yvk.4.6 d Three, they say, are thy bonds in the sky, Three in the waters, three within the ocean And like Varuna to me thou appearest, O steed, Where, say they, is thy highest birthplace.
yvk.5.2 Three by three he ploughs the furrows [4]; verily he extends the threefold Stoma() in the beginning of the sacrifice.
yvk.5.2 Three boons should he give, the breaths are three; (verily they serve) to guard the breaths; two only should be given, for the breaths are two; one only should be given, for the breath is one.
yvk.5.4 Three and thirty he puts down; the gods are three and thirty; verily he wins the gods; verily also he piles up the fire with itself and with a body; he becomes with his body in yonder world [2], who knows thus.
yvk.5.4 Three further libations he offers; they make up six, the seasons are six; verily with the seasons he appeases him.
yvk.5.6 f Three seeds are there, father, son, grandson [4]; if he were to put down two Retahsic (bricks), he would cleave his seed; three he puts down, for the continuity of seed; the first Retahsic is this (earth), this (earth) is speech, therefore they see this (earth), they see speech speaking; the second is the atmosphere, the atmosphere is breath, therefore they see not the atmosphere, nor breath; the third is yonder (sky), yonder (sky) is the eye, therefore they see yonder (sky), they see the eye.
yvk.5.6 Three black barren cows are for Varuna, three white barren cows for the Sun; the dusky spotted hornless ones are for Mitra and Brhaspati.
yvk.5.6 Three long eared ones are for Yama; three white footed for Soma; three ichneumons are (to be offered) to Agni, the youngest; three ruddy eighteen month old (sheep), these are for the Vasus; three red gallinules, these are for the Rudras; the brown spotted hornless ones are for Soma and Indra.
yvk.5.6 Three small eared are for Visnu; three with red tipped ears are (to be offered) to Visnu, the wide strider; three with dewlaps are (to be offered) to Visnu, the wide goer; three of two and a half years old are for the Adityas; three of three years old are for the Angirases; the yellow spotted hornless ones are for Indra and Visnu.
yvk.5.6 Three reddish brown ones are for Soma; to Soma, the king, are (to be offered) three dappled ones; the cloud formed are for Parjanya; three goats with dewlaps are (to be offered) to Indrani; three ewes are for Aditi; those of auspicious mark and hornless are for sky and earth.

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