Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 17 Jul 2011 16:48 and updated at 17 Jul 2011 16:48


yvs.20 42 The two first pleasant voiced celestial Hotars, arranging rites for man in sundry places, At head of sacrifice stablishing Indra, increase the eastern light with sweet oblation.
yvs.20 Celestial Hotars, Leeches! both guard Indra when the juice is pressed.
yvs.21 The metre Gayatri, the steer of eighteen months, give power and life! 13 Tanunapat whose acts are pure, our bodies guard Sarasvati, Ushniha metre and the steer of two years age give power and life! 14 Agni with offerings, meet for praise, and Soma the immortal God, Anushtup metre and the steer of thirty months give power and life! 15 Agni with goodly grass spread out, deathless with Pushan at his side, Brihati metre and a steer of three years age give power and life! 16 The Doors divine, the mighty Regions, Brahma, God Brihaspati, The metre Pankti, here a bull in his fourth year, give power and life 17 The two young Darns of lovely form, the deathless Universal Gods, The Trishtup metre, here, a bull in his sixth year, give power and life! 18 The two celestial Hotars, both Physicians, Indra s close knit friends, The metre Jagati, an ox who draws the wain, give power and life! 19 The Three, Ida, Sarasvati, and Bharati, the Marut folk, Viraj the metre, here, a cow in milk, a bull, give power and life!
yvs.21 36 Let the Hotar worship the two divine Hotars, the Physician Asvins, and Indra.
yvs.21 53 Both Gods, the Hotars of the Gods, the Asvins the Physicians and Sarasvati with Vashat calls, with the two Hotars have bestowed on Indra brilliant light and power, and planted wisdom in his heart.
yvs.21 58 Let the God Agni Svishtakrit worship the Gods as is meet and right for each, the two Hotars, Indra, the Asvins, Vak with speech, Sarasvati, Agni, Soma.
yvs.23 How many Hotars in due season worship? 68 Sixfold its form, its syllables a hundred, eighty burnt offerings, just three brands for kindling.
yvs.23 Seven Hotars worship in appointed season.
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.28 7 Let the Priest worship both the heavenly Hotars, Friends, Leeches, healing Indra with oblation.
yvs.28 17 The two Celestial Hotars, Gods, have heightened radiant Indra s might.
yvs.28 Let them enjoy the butter. Hotar, worship. 30 Let the Priest worship both celestial Hotars, the Gods best glory, sages famed for wisdom, the two companions, Indra strength bestower, Bringing him mighty power, Jagati metre, an ox that draws the wain, and vital vigour.
yvs.28 40 The Gods, two heavenly Hotars, have strengthened bright Indra, force giver, those Gods have magnified the God, With Trishtup giving Indra power, impetuous might, and vital strength.
yvs.29 7 Your two chief Hotars have I pleased, bright coloured, borne on one car, Gods who behold all creatures, Those who prepare your rules and ordinances and make you see the light by their direction.
yvs.29 32 Come the two chief celestial sweet voiced Hotars, arranging sacrifice for man to worship, As singers who inspire us in assemblies, showing the eastward light with their direction! 33 Let Bharati come quickly to our worship, and Ida showing like a human being.
yvs.34 4 Whereby, immortal, all is comprehended, the world which is, and what shall be hereafter, Whereby spreads sacrifice with seven Hotars, may that, my mind, be moved by right intention.

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