Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 16 Jul 2011 17:03 and updated at 16 Jul 2011 17:03


yvk.1.8 The two ornaments he gives to the Adhvaryu, the garland to the Udgatr, the round ornament to the Hotr, a horse to the Prastotr and Pratihartr, twelve heifers to the Brahman, a cow to the Maitravaruna, a bull to the Brahmanacchansin, garments to the Nestr and Potr, a wagon drawn by one ox laden with barley to the Achavaka, a draught ox to the Agnidh.
yvk.3.3 a The maker of the sound Him is Vayu, the Prastotr is Agni, the Saman is Prajapati, the Udgatr is Brhaspati, the subordinate singers are the All gods, the Pratihartrs are the Maruts, the finale is Indra; may these gods who support breath bestow breath upon me.
yvk.6.3 The Adhvaryu should not accompany the song; the Adhvaryu s strength is his voice; if the Adhvaryu were to accompany the song, he would confer his voice on the Udgatr [5], and his voice would fail.
yvk.6.5 He causes the Udgatr to look (at the wife); the Udgatr is Prajapati; (verily it serves) for the production of offspring.
yvk.7.1 He should give her to the Agnidh, or the Brahman, or the Hotr or the Udgatr, or the Adhvaryu.
yvk.7.1 Then indeed were four sons born for him, a good Hotr, a good Udgatr, a good Adhvaryu, a good councillor.
yvk.7.1 He, who knowing thus offers the four night rite, has four sons born for him, a good Hotr, a good Udgatr, a good Adhvaryu, a good councillor.
yvk.7.5 The Udgatr sings these (verses); verily having borne food from the quarters [4] they place glory in themselves.
yvk.7.5 The Udgatr mounts a throne; verily they attain rule.

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