Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 17 Jul 2011 07:45 and updated at 17 Jul 2011 07:45


yvs.1 Upon the navel of the earth I place thee, on Aditi s lap. Protect the oblation, Agni! 12 Ye two are strainers that belong to Vishnu.
yvs.1 Aditi s akin art thou.
yvs.1 May Aditi receive thee.
yvs.1 May the skin of Aditi receive thee.
yvs.1 Aditi s skin art thou, May Aditi receive thee.
yvs.1 May Aditi s skin receive thee.
yvs.1 30 A zone for Aditi art thou.
yvs.2 2 Thou art what giveth Aditi her moisture.
yvs.3 27 O Ida, come, O Aditi, come hither.
yvs.3 33 For they, the Sons of Aditi, bestow eternal light upon A mortal man that he may live.
yvs.4 19 Thought art thou, mind, intelligence, the Guerdon, royal, worshipful, Aditi with a double head.
yvs.4 21 Thou art a Vasvi, thou art Aditi, thou art an aditya, thou art a Rudra, thou art a Chandra.
yvs.4 22 On Aditi s head I sprinkle thee, on the earth s place of sacrifice.
yvs.4 30 The skin of Aditi art thou.
yvs.4 Sit on the lap of Aditi.
yvs.9 In gain of wealth we celebrate with praises her, Aditi by name, the Mighty Mother, On whom this Universe of life hath settled.
yvs.9 Aditi with sixteen syllable metre won the Sixteenfold Stoma: may I win that.
yvs.10 Informed is Aditi who gives wide shelter.
yvs.11 56 May Sinivali with fair braids, with beauteous crest, with lovely locks, May she, O mighty Aditi, bestow the Fire pan in thy hands.
yvs.11 57 Aditi shape the Fire pan with her power, her arms, her intellect, And in her womb bear Agni as a mother, in her lap, her son.
yvs.11 59 The zone of Aditi art thou.
yvs.11 Aditi seize thy hollow space.
yvs.11 She, having made the great Fire pan, a womb for Agni, formed of clay, Aditi, gave it to her Sons and, Let them bake it, were her words.
yvs.11 61 Pit! Angiras like may Aditi the Goddess, beloved by all Gods, dig thee in Earth s bosom.
yvs.12 So in thy holy law may we made sinless belong to Aditi, O thou aditya.
yvs.13 Thou art the Wide One: spread thee wide 18 Thou art the earth, the ground, thou art the all sustaining Aditi, she who supporteth all the world.
yvs.13 Forming thyself with joints in proper order, harm not the Cow, Aditi widely ruling! 44 Her who is Tvashtar s guardian, Varuna s navel, the Ewe brought forth from out the loftiest region, The Asura s mighty thousandfold contrivance, injure not in the highest sphere, O Agni.
yvs.14 5 Upon the back of Aditi I lay thee the sky s supporter, pillar of the Quarters, Queen over creatures.
yvs.14 Thou art the share of Aditi; the sovranty of Pushan.
yvs.14 Aditi was Sovran Lady.
yvs.17 48 There where the flights of arrows fall like boys whose locks are yet unshorn, May Indra, may Brihaspati, may Aditi protect us well, protect us well through all our days.
yvs.18 22 May my Agni and my charms, and my Arka and my Surya, and my Prana and my Asvamedha, and my Prithivi and my Aditi, and my Diti and my Sky, and my fingers, powers, and sky regions prosper by sacrifice.
yvs.21 5 We call to succour us the mighty Mother of those whose sway is just, the Queen of Order, Strong ruler, far expanding, never decaying, Aditi gracious guide and good protectress.
yvs.21 Aditi gracious guide and good protectress.
yvs.22 Hail to Aditi! Hail to good Aditi! Hail to gracious Aditi! Hail to Sarasvati! Hail to purifying Sarasvati! Hail to great Sarasvati! Hail to Pushan! Hail to Pushan of the highways! Hail to Pushan observer of men! Hail to Tvashtar! Hail to swift Tvashtar! Hail to Tvashtar of many forms! Hail to Vishnu! Hail to Vishnu Nibhuyapa! Hail to Vishnu Sipivishta! 21 Let every mortal man elect, etc.
yvs.24 5 Parti coloured female victims belong to the All Gods; red coloured, eighteen mouths old to Vak; victims without distinguishing marks to Aditi; those of one same colour to Dhatar; weaned kids sacred to the Consorts of the Gods.
yvs.24 9 Black necked ones, Agni s; brown, Soma s; white, Vayu s; undistinguished, Aditi s; self coloured, Dhatar s; weanlings, the Gods Consorts.
yvs.25 With his bright look I please Antara, with his reflection Bahya; the Whirlpool with his head; Thunder with his frontal bone; the Lightning flash with his brain; Lightning with the pupils of his eyes; Hearing with his external ears; Ears with his internal ears; Blood with his lower neck; Waters with the fleshless part of his neck; Thought with the back neck tendons; Aditi with his head; Nirriti with his ragged head; Vital Breathings with his roars; Tempest with his crest.
yvs.25 4 The first rib is Agni s; the second Vayu s; the third Indra s; the fourth Soma s; the fifth Aditi s; the sixth Indrani s; the seventh the Maruts; the eighth Brihaspati s; the ninth Aryaman s; the tenth Dhatar s; the eleventh Indra s; the twelfth Varuna s; the thirteenth Yama s.
yvs.25 8 His chest belongs to Indra; his belly to Aditi; his clavicles to the Quarters; his nether hind part to Aditi.
yvs.25 16 We call them hither with a hymn of olden time, Bhaga, the friendly Daksha, Mitra, Aditi, Aryaman, Varuna, Soma, the Asvins.
yvs.25 23 Aditi is the heaven, Aditi is mid air, Aditi is the Mother and the Sire and Son.
yvs.25 Aditi is all Gods, Aditi five classed men, Aditi all that hath been born and shall be born.
yvs.25 Freedom from sin may Aditi vouchsafe us; the Steed with our oblations gain us lordship! 46 We will, with Indra and all Gods to help us, bring these existing worlds into subjection.
yvs.28 Let him enjoy the butter. Hotar, worship. 25 Let the Priest serve with sacrifice him who breaks forth, Tanunapat, the germ which Aditi conceived, pure Indra who bestoweth strength, Bringing him mighty power, the Ushnih metre, an ox of two years old, and vital vigour.
yvs.29 In concert with the Gods and Vasus Agni Omniscient waft thee a contented bearer! 4 Pleased with much Sacred Grass which we have scattered wide spread upon the earth, a pleasant carpet, Joined with the Gods may Aditi, accordant, bestowing bliss award it happy fortune.
yvs.29 May Soma kindly speak to us, and Aditi protect us well.
yvs.29 60 To Agni of the Gayatri, of the Trivrit hymn and of the Rathantara Saman is to be offered a rice cake on eight potsherds; to Indra of the Trishtup, the Panchadasa hymn and the Brihat Saman one on eleven potsherds; to the All Gods of the Jagati, the Seventeenfold hymn and the Vairupa Saman, one on twelve potsherds; to Mitra Varuna of the Anushtup, the Ekavimsa hymn, and the Vairaja Saman, a mess of curdled milk; to Brihaspati of the Pankti metre, the Trinava hymn, and the Sakvara Saman, an oblation of rice boded in milk; to Savitar of the Ushnih, the Thirty threefold hymn, and the Raivata Saman, a rice cake on eight potsherds; a mess of boiled rice is to be made for Prajapati; the same for Vishnu s Consort Aditi; to Agni Vaisvanara is to be offered a rice cake on twelve potsherds, and to Anumati one on eight.
yvs.33 This boon may Varuna and Mitra grant us, and Aditi and Sindhu, Earth and Heaven.
yvs.33 49 Indra, Agni, Mitra, Varuna, Aditi, the Waters, Mountains, Maruts, Sky, and Earth and Heaven, Vishnu I call, Pushan and Brahmanaspati, and Bhaga, Samsa, Savitar that they may help. 50 With us are raining Rudras, clouds accordant in call to battle at the death of Vritra, The strong, assigned to him who sings and praises.
yvs.34 This prayer of ours may Varuna grant, and Mitra, and Aditi and Sindhu, Earth and Heaven.
yvs.34 35 May we invoke strong early conquering Bhaga, the Son of Aditi, the great Arranger, Thinking of whom the poor, yea, even the mighty, even the King says, Let me share in Bhaga.
yvs.38 A zone for Aditi art thou.
yvs.38 Aditi, come hither.
yvs.38 3 Thou art a zone for Aditi, a diadem for Indrani.

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