Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 17 Jul 2011 09:19 and updated at 17 Jul 2011 09:19


yvs.12 2 Night and Dawn, different in hue, accordant, meeting together, suckle one same infant.
yvs.12 Excellent Savitar hath looked on heaven s high vault: he shineth after the outgoings of the Dawn.
yvs.12 71 The year together with the darksome fortnights; Dawn with the ruddy coloured cows about her; the Asvins with their wonderful achievements; the Sun together with his dappled Courser; Vaisvanara with Ida and with butter.
yvs.15 24 Agni is wakened by the people s fuel to meet the Dawn who cometh like a milch cow.
yvs.17 10 He who with purifying, eye attracting form hath shone upon the earth as with the light of Dawn; Who speeding on, as in the fleet steed s race, in fight, cometh untouched by age, as one athirst in heat.
yvs.17 70 Night and Dawn, different in hue, accordant, etc.
yvs.20 Earth comes again, the Dawn, the Sun.
yvs.20 41 Dawn and Night, lofty, sapful, richly yielding, fair showing, as they weave with varied colour The long extended thread in concert, worship the God of Gods, the lofty Hero Indra.
yvs.20 61 Ye Asvins, Dawn and Night, by day and in the evening, fair of hue, Accordant, with Sarasvati, deck Indra with surpassing powers.
yvs.21 50 May Dawn and Night, the Goddesses, both Asvins, and Sarasvati Lay, with both Dawns, strength, voice within Indra the Good Deliverer s mouth.
yvs.24 Those with black marks, small marks, large marks belong to Dawn.
yvs.27 17 May Dawn and Night protect his heavenly Consorts in a his home this our sacrificial worship. 18 Ye two celestial Hotars, greet with praises this lofty rite of ours, the tongue of Agni.
yvs.34 33 O Dawn enriched with ample wealth, bestow on us that wondrous gift Wherewith we may support children and children s sons.

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