Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 17 Jul 2011 10:27 and updated at 17 Jul 2011 10:27


yvs.1 Inviolable! swell his share for Indra.
yvs.1 Thee, Indra s share, with Soma do I curdle.
yvs.1 13 Indra elected you in fight with Vritra: in fight with Vritra you elected Indra.
yvs.1 Indra s right arm art thou: sharp with a thousand spikes, a hundred edges.
yvs.2 Indra s right arm art thou.
yvs.2 Thou art Vishnu s mansion, Hence Indra wrought his deed of manly vigour.
yvs.2 May Indra be, by this presented butter, maker to Gods of fair oblation.
yvs.2 10 Indra bestow on me that Indra power! May wealth in full abundance gather round us.
yvs.2 After the victory of Indra Agni may I obtain the victory.
yvs.2 May Indra Agni
yvs.2 Let Indra be united with the adityas, the Vasus, Maruts, and the Visvedevas.
yvs.3 Hail! 10 Accordant with bright Savitar and Night with Indra at her side, May Agni, being pleased, enjoy.
yvs.3 13 You two will I invoke, O Indra Agni, will please you both together with oblation.
yvs.3 34 never art thou fruitless, Indra, never dost thou forsake thy worshipper.
yvs.3 Svaha! 46 Let us not here contend with Gods, O Indra, for, Fierce One! here is thine own sacred portion, Thine, Mighty One, whose friends, the bounteous Maruts, his song who pours oblation, streamlike, honours.
yvs.3 Now, Indra, yoke thy two Bay Steeds.
yvs.3 Now, Indra, yoke thy two Bay Steeds.
yvs.4 Thou art the womb of Indra.
yvs.4 May Pushan guard thy pathways for Indra whose eye is over all.
yvs.4 To Soma go for Indra s sake.
yvs.4 27 As friend, the giver of good friends, approach us! Take thou thy seat on the right thigh of Indra, yearning on yearning, pleasing on the pleasing.
yvs.5 7 May every stalk of thine wax full and strengthen for Indra Ekadhanavid, God Soma! May Indra grow in strength for thee: for Indra mayest thou grow strong.
yvs.5 11 Indra s shout guard thee in the front with Vasus.
yvs.5 Utter thy mighty sounding voice to Indra: 23 Fiend killing, charm destroying voice of Vishnu.
yvs.5 Indra s mat art thou, shelter of all people.
yvs.5 29 Lover of song, may these our songs encompass thee on every side; Strengthening thee of lengthened life, may they be dear delights to thee 30 Thou art the needle for the work of Indra.
yvs.5 Thou art the firmly fastened knot of Indra.
yvs.5 Indra s art thou.
yvs.5 Speech art thou, thou the Sadas, thou art Indra s.
yvs.6 4 Look ye on Vishnu s works, whereby the Friend of Indra, close allied, Hath let his holy ways be seen.
yvs.6 All hail! The regions, the fore regions, the by regions, the intermediate and the upper regions, to all the regions Hail! 20 In every limb is Indra s out breath seated, in every limb is Indra s in breath settled.
yvs.6 Indra and Agni s share are ye, Mitra and Varuna s share are ye.
yvs.6 Perform for Indra this deep, most excellently ordered worship. With the most noble bolt I pay the worship enriched with strengthening food and milk and sweetness.
yvs.6 32 For Indra girt by Vasus and accompanied by Rudras, thee.
yvs.6 For Indra with adityas, thee.
yvs.6 For Indra foe destroyer, thee.
yvs.6 Indra, I speak my words to thee.
yvs.7 8 These, Indra Vayu! have been shed; come for our offered dainties sake: The drops are yearning for you both.
yvs.7 For Vayu, Indra Vayu, thee.
yvs.7 10 May we, possessing much, delight in riches, Gods in oblation, and the kine in pasture; And that Milch cow who shrinks not from the milking, O Indra Varuna, give to us daily.
yvs.7 Offer ye juice with Svaha! to that Indra.
yvs.7 For Indra Lord of the Brihat, strong with vital vigour, I take thee lover of the invocation.
yvs.7 Indra, what mighty vigour thou possessest, for that do I take thee, take thee for Vishnu This is thy home.
yvs.7 For Indra, thee, etc.
yvs.7 For Indra Agni, thee, etc.
yvs.7 For Indra Varuna, thee, etc.
yvs.7 For Indra Brihaspati thee, etc.
yvs.7 For Indra Vishnu thee, etc.
yvs.7 So now may Indra verily make our people all of.
yvs.7 31 Moved, Indra Agni, by our hymns, come to the juice, the precious dew.
yvs.7 For Indra Agni thee.
yvs.7 Thee for Indra Agni.
yvs.7 32 Hitherward! they who light the flame and straightway strew the sacred grass, Whose Friend is Indra ever young.
yvs.7 For Indra Agni thee.
yvs.7 Thee for Indra Agni.
yvs.7 35 Here drink the Soma, Indra girt by Maruts! as thou didst drink the juice beside Saryata.
yvs.7 For Indra girt by Maruts thee.
yvs.7 For Indra girt by Maruts thee.
yvs.7 36 The Bull whose strength hath waxed, whom Maruts follow, free giving Indra, the Celestial Ruler, Mighty, all conquering, the victory giver, him we invoke to give us new protection.
yvs.7 For Indra girt by Maruts thee.
yvs.7 For Indra girt by Maruts thee.
yvs.7 37 Indra, accordant with the banded Maruts, drink Soma, Hero! as wise Vritra slayer.
yvs.7 For Indra girt by Maruts thee.
yvs.7 For Indra girt by Maruts thee.
yvs.7 38 Drink, Indra Marut girt, as Bull, the Soma: for joy, for rapture even as thou pleasest.
yvs.7 39 Great, hero like, controlling men is Indra, unwasting in his powers, doubled in vastness.
yvs.7 40 Indra, great in his power and might, and like Parjanya rich In rain, Is magnified by Vatsa s lauds.
yvs.8 2 never art thou fruitless, Indra; never dost thou desert thy worshipper.
yvs.8 United with the Soma, ye, for Indra, are corn for his two tawny steeds to feed on.
yvs.8 15 Lead us with thought to wealth in kine, O Indra, to princes, Lord of Bounty! and to welfare.
yvs.8 For Indra thee, for Shodasi.
yvs.8 For Indra thee, for Shodasi.
yvs.8 34 Harness thy pair of strong Bay Steeds, long maned, whose bodies fill the girths, And, Indra, Soma drinker, come to listen to our songs of praise.
yvs.8 35 His pair of tawny Coursers bring Indra of unresisted might Hither to Rishis songs of praise and sacrifice performed by men.
yvs.8 37 Indra chief Lord and Varuna the Sovran have made this draught of thine the first and foremost.
yvs.8 39 Arising in thy might thy jaws thou shookest, Indra, having drunk The Soma which the mortar pressed.
yvs.8 For Indra thee, for mighty strength.
yvs.8 For Indra thee, for might.
yvs.8 Among the Gods thou art the mightiest, Indra.
yvs.8 44 O Indra, beat our foes away, humble the men who challenge us: Send down to nether darkness him who seeks to do us injury.
yvs.8 For Indra, foe dispeller, thee.
yvs.8 For Indra, foe dispeller, thee.
yvs.8 For Indra Visvakarman thee.
yvs.8 For Indra Visvakarman thee.
yvs.8 46 With strengthening libation, Visvakarman, thou madest Indra an undying guardian.
yvs.8 For Indra take I thee the lord of Trishtup. I lake thee lord of Jagati for All Gods.
yvs.8 O radiant Soma, willingly go to the food that Indra loves.
yvs.8 53 Indra and Parvata, our champions in the fight, drive ye away the man who fain would war with us, drive him far from us with the bolt.
yvs.8 55 As Indra and the Maruts he is stationed ready for the sale: Asura, being bought and sold.
yvs.8 Mitra when purchased; Vishnu Sipivishta when on the Sacrificer s thigh he resteth; Vishnu Naraudhisha brought on the barrow; 56 Soma when come: when seated on the platform, Varuna; Agni in the sacred fire place; Indra upon the sacrificial barrow; Atharvan when deposited for pounding; 57 All Gods when offered in the scattered fragments; Vishnu, the guard of those who soothe his anger, when he is filled and swelling in the waters; Yama in pressing; Vishnu in collection; Vayu what time they cleanse and purify him; the Bright when cleansed; the Bright with milk about him; Manthin commingled with the meal of barley; 58 All Gods when he is drawn away in beakers; Life when uplifted for the fire oblation; Rudra when offered; Vata when reverted; Man viewer when beheld; drink when they drink him; deposited, the Narasamsa Fathers; 59 Sindhu when ready for the bath that cleanses the sea when he is carried to the waters; Water is he when he is plunged beneath it.
yvs.9 I take thee, draught acceptable to Indra.
yvs.9 Thee, welcomest to Indra.
yvs.9 Taken upon Indra.
yvs.9 5 Thou art the thunderbolt of Indra, winner of wealth: with thee may this man win him riches.
yvs.9 8 Steed, being yoked grow wind swift: be beauteous as Indra s right hand steed.
yvs.9 By impulse of God Savitar, true Impeller, may I ascend the highest heaven of Indra.
yvs.9 By impulse of God Savitar, true Impeller, I have ascended Indra s loftiest heaven.
yvs.9 Do thou, O Indra, win the prize.
yvs.9 To Indra lift your voices up. Make Indra winner of the prize. 12 True hath been this your league whereby ye made Brihaspati win the prize.
yvs.9 Faithful was this your league whereby ye have made Indra win the prize.
yvs.9 Ye have made Indra win the prize.
yvs.9 27 Urge Aryaman to send us gifts, and Indra.
yvs.9 With hendecasyllabic metre Indra won Trishtup: may I win that.
yvs.9 39 Savitar quicken thee for sway of rulers, Agni of householders, of the trees Soma, Brihaspati of Speech, for lordship Indra, Rudra for cattle, Mitra for true speaking, Varuna for the sway of Law s protectors.
yvs.10 THE Gods drew waters with their store of sweetness, succulent and observant, king creating, Wherewith they sprinkled Varuna and Mitra, wherewith they guided Indra past his foemen.
yvs.10 To Agni Hail! To Soma Hail! To Savitar Hail! To Sarasvati Hail! To Pushan Hail! To Brihaspati Hail! To Indra Hail! To the Noise Hail! To Fame Hail To Amsa Hail! To Bhaga Hail! To Aryaman Hail! 6 Ye are two strainers, Varuna s own possession.
yvs.10 Thou art the Vritra slaying arm of Indra.
yvs.10 Informed is Indra of exalted glory.
yvs.10 17 Thee with the strength of Soma, Agni s lustre, with Surya s splendour, Indra s might I sprinkle.
yvs.10 All hail! 21 Indra s bolt art thou.
yvs.10 22 Let us not, Indra, conqueror of the mighty, unfit through lack of prayer fail to obtain thee.
yvs.10 23 All hail to Agni, Master of the Household! All hail to Soma, Sovran of the Forest! All hail to the great vigour of the Maruts! All hail to the effectual might of Indra! Injure me not, O Mother Earth, and may I never injure thee.
yvs.10 I draw you downward, two arms of Indra mighty in achievement.
yvs.10 Indra art thou, whose strength is of the people.
yvs.10 Doer of much, Improver, Wealth increaser! Indra s holt art thou.
yvs.10 30 I creep forth urged onward by Savitar the Impeller; by Sarasvati, Speech; by Tvashtar, created forms; by Pushan, cattle; by this Indra; by Brihaspati, Devotion; by Varuna, Power; by Agni, Brilliance; by Soma, the King; by Vishnu the tenth Deity.
yvs.10 Get dressed for Sarasvati: Get dressed for Indra the Good Deliverer: Soma the Wind, purified by the strainer, Indra s meet friend, hath gone overflowing backward.
yvs.10 Thee for Sarasvati, and thee for Indra, for the Excellent Protector.
yvs.10 33 Ye Asvins, Lords of Splendour, drank full draughts of grateful Soma juice, And aided Indra in his deeds with Namuchi of Asura birth.
yvs.10 34 As parents aid a son, both Asvins aided thee, Indra, with their wondrous powers and wisdom.
yvs.11 14 In every need, in every race we call, as friends, to succour us, Indra, the mightiest of all.
yvs.11 May Indra make thee odorous.
yvs.12 47 This is that Agni where the longing Indra took the pressed Soma deep within his body.
yvs.12 56 All sacred songs have magnified Indra expansive as the sea, The best of warriors borne on cars, the Lord, the very Lord of Strength.
yvs.12 Like Savitar the God whose laws are constant, like Indra, he hath stood where meet the pathways.
yvs.12 71 The keen shared plough that bringeth bliss, good for the Soma drinker s need, Shear out for me a cow, a sheep, a rapid drawer of the car, a blooming woman, plump and strong! 72 Milk out their wish, O Wishing Cow, to Mitra and to Varuna, To Indra, to the Asvins, to Pushan, to people and to plants.
yvs.12 99 Thee did Gandharvas dig from earth, thee Indra and Brihaspati.
yvs.13 I settle thee with the great strength of Indra.
yvs.13 Lights of yours in the Sun, O Gods, or lights that are in kine and steeds, O Indra Agni, with all those vouchsafe us light, Brihaspati! 24 The Far.
yvs.13 May all the Fires between heaven and earth, one minded, well fitted, gather round these two Spring seasons, As the Gods gathering encompass Indra: firm with that Deity, Angiras like, be seated.
yvs.13 33 Look ye on Vishnu s works whereby the Friend of Indra, close allied, Hath let his holy ways be seen.
yvs.14 Let all the Agnis between the earth and heaven gather together round these summer seasons, as the Gods gather in their hosts round Indra, Firm, with that Deity, Angiras like, be seated.
yvs.14 11 Indra and Agni, in its place securely set the unshaking brick.
yvs.14 The Deity Indra.
yvs.14 Thou art the portion of Indra, the sovranty of Vishnu.
yvs.14 Indra was over lord.
yvs.15 Indra is thy warder off of arrows.
yvs.17 33 Swift, rapidly striking, like a bull who sharpens his horns, terrific, stirring up the people, With eyes that close not, bellowing, Sole Hero, Indra subdued at once a hundred armies.
yvs.17 34 With him loud roaring, ever watchful, Victor, bold, hard to overthrow, Rouser of battle, Indra the Strong, whose hand bears arrows, conquer, ye warriors, now, now vanquish in the combat.
yvs.17 35 He rules with those who carry shafts and quivers, Indra who with his band brings hosts together, Foe conquering, strong of arm, the Soma drinker, with mighty bow, shooting with well laid arrows.
yvs.17 37 Conspicuous by thy strength, firm, foremost fighter, mighty and fierce, victorious, all subduing, The Son of Conquest, passing men and heroes, kine winner, mount thy conquering car, O Indra.
yvs.17 38 Cleaver of stalls, kine winner, armed with thunder, who quells an army and with might destroys it, Follow him, brothers! quit yourselves like heroes, and like this Indra show your zeal and courage.
yvs.17 39 Piercing the cow stalls with surpassing vigour, Indra, the pitiless Hero, wild with anger, Victor in fight, unshaken and resistless, may he protect our armies in our battles.
yvs.17 40 Indra guide these: Brihaspati precede them, the guerdon, and the sacrifice, and Soma; And let the banded Maruts march in forefront of heavenly hosts that conquer and demolish.
yvs.17 41 Ours be the potent host of mighty Indra, King Varuna, and Maruts, and adityas.
yvs.17 43 May Indra aid us when our flags are gathered: victorious be the arrows of our army.
yvs.17 May Indra be your sure defence.
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.17 51 Indra, lead him to eminence: controller of his foes be he.
yvs.17 52 The man within whose house we pay oblation, Indra, prosper him.
yvs.17 61 All sacred songs have glorified Indra expansive as the sea, The best of warriors borne on cars, the Lord, the Very Lord of strength.
yvs.17 63 May the abundant growth of wealth with elevation lift me up, And with his subjugating power may Indra keep my foemen down.
yvs.17 May Indra, too, and Agni drive my foes away to every side.
yvs.17 Victorious, Assailant, and Dispeller, All Hail! 86 The Maruts, clans divine, became the followers of Indra; as The Maruts, clans divine, became the followers of Indra, so May clans divine and human he the Sacrificer s followers.
yvs.17 Indra produced one shape, Surya another: by their own power they formed the third from Vena.
yvs.18 16 May my Agni and my Indra, and my Soma and my Indra, and my Savitar and my Indra, and my Sarasvati and my Indra, and my Pushan and my Indra prosper by sacrifice.
yvs.18 17 May my Mitra and my Indra, and my Varuna and my Indra, and my Dhatar and my Indra, and my Maruts and my Indra, and my All Gods and my Indra prosper by sacrifice.
yvs.18 18 May my earth and my Indra, and my Air and my Indra, and my Sky and my Indra, and my Half months and my Indra, and my Lunar Mansions and my Indra, and my Sky regions and my Indra prosper by sacrifice.
yvs.18 68 O Indra, for the strength that slays Vritra and conquers in the fight We torn thee hitherward to us.
yvs.18 69 Thou, Indra, much invoked, didst crush to pieces, Kunaru, handless fiend who dwelt with Danus.
yvs.18 Thou with might, Indra, smotest dead the scorner, the footless Vritra as he waxed in vigour.
yvs.18 70 O Indra, beat our foes away, etc.
yvs.18 Whetting thy bolt and thy sharp blade, O Indra, crush thou the foes and scatter those who hate us.
yvs.18 76 Home hider Agni, Indra, and Brahma, and bright Brihaspati May the All Gods, one minded, guard our sacrifice in happy place.
yvs.19 Get dressed for Indra the Good Deliverer.
yvs.19 3 Purified by Vayu s strainer, Soma that has passed away forward is Indra s proper friend.
yvs.19 Purified by Vayu s strainer, Soma that has passed away backward is Indra s proper friend.
yvs.19 Thee for Indra the Good Deliverer.
yvs.19 Splendour of Asvins, Sarasvati s manly vigour, might of Indra.
yvs.19 12 The Asvins, the Physicians, Gods, stretched out the healing sacrifice, Sarasvati with speech was a Physician, all with heroic powers investing Indra.
yvs.19 15 Emblem of purchased Soma is Parisrut, foaming drink effused: Indra s balm milked for Indra by the Asvins and Sarasvati.
yvs.19 For Indra formed is Indra s seat, the Matrons Hall, the house lord s fire.
yvs.19 22 Type of parched corn is jujube fruit; wheat of the roasted grains of rice; Jujube the type of barley meal, and Indra grains of gruel groats.
yvs.19 26 Gained by the Asvins is the morn s libation, Indra s libation of mid day by Indra.
yvs.19 May we, sweet singing sacrificers, setting Soma mid Gods in heaven, give joy to Indra.
yvs.19 33 All essence of thine own in plants collected, all strength of Soma when poured out with Sura Therewith impel with joy the sacrifice, Sarasvati, the Asvins, Indra, Agni.
yvs.19 34 That which Sarasvati poured out for Indra, by Asvins brought from Namuchi the demon, This flowing drop, brilliant and full of sweetness, I drink and feed on here, the King, the Soma.
yvs.19 35 Whatever portion of the savoury fluid is clinging here, what Indra drank with powers, That drop thereof with pure and holy spirit I drink and feed upon, the King, the Soma.
yvs.19 71 Indra, with waters foam didst thou wrench off the head of Namuchi, Subduing all contending hosts.
yvs.19 By Law came truth and Indra power, the pure bright drinking off of juice.
yvs.19 The power of Indra was this sweet immortal milk.
yvs.19 Sarasvati, Savitar, Varuna, the Asvins span sacrifice and healed his form for Indra.
yvs.19 85 Heart with his heart Indra Good Guardian gendered: with rice cake Savitar gave truth its being.
yvs.19 By Indra grains and sacrificial jujubes Sarasvati produced through breath and nose hairs.
yvs.19 91 The hull for strength made Indra s form: the immortal bearing for both his ears by two libations.
yvs.19 93 The Asvins, Leeches, joined his limbs and body, Sarasvati put limbs and frame together, Giving the form and vital power of Indra, hundredfold, deathless and delightful lustre.
yvs.19 King Varuna with waters wealthy essence begetting Indra in the floods for glory.
yvs.20 3 Thee, by the radiant Savitar s impulsion, with arms of Asvins, with the hands of Pushan, With leech craft of the Asvins, I besprinkle for splendour, for the lustre of a Brahman; With leech craft of Sarasvati, besprinkle for manly vigour and for food to feed thee; Besprinkle thee, by special power of Indra, for strength of body and for fame and glory.
yvs.20 7 Let my two arms be Indra s power, my hands be deed of manly might, my soul and breast be princely rule! neck 8 My ribs be royal government, my belly, shoulders, neck, and hips, Thighs, elbows, knees, the people, yea, my members universally! 9 My navel intellect, etc.
yvs.20 26 Fain would I know that holy world where want and languor are unknown, Where in complete accordance move Indra and Vayu side by side 27 Let thy shoot be united with his tendril, joint combine with joint.
yvs.20 In the brown Sura s ecstasy he says What art thou? What art thou? 29 Indra, at morn accept our cake accompanied with grain and groats, with wheaten bread and hymns of praise.
yvs.20 30 To Indra sing the lofty hymn, Maruts? that slayeth Vritra best, Whereby the Holy Ones created for the God the radiant light that never dies.
yvs.20 31 Adhvaryu, on the straining cloth pour thou the Soma pressed with stones: Purify it for Indra s drink.
yvs.20 35 Invited I feed upon thee invited, Whom Asvins, whom Sarasvati, whom Indra, Good Protector, made.
yvs.20 36 Kindred in forefront of the Mornings, Indra with forward light, long active, waxing mighty, With three and thirty Gods, the Thunder wielder, smote.
yvs.20 Fort render, Cowpen cleaver, Thunder wielder, may he approach our sacrifice rejoicing 39 May Indra, Lord of Bays, sit by direction eastward on earth, accepting our oblation, And sacred grass, fair, far spread, widely stretching, anointed by adityas and by Vasus.
yvs.20 40 To the strong Indra go the sounding Portals, dames with a goodly husband, swiftly moving! Well manned, divine, wide be the Doors thrown open, expanding in their greatness fir the Hero!
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 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 43 Thriving by sacrifice may the three Bright Ones, taking delight like wedded dames in Indra, Sarasvati, Ida, Bharati all surpassing, with milk preserve our sacred thread unbroken.
yvs.20 44 May Tvashtar coming frail afar, the active, give strength and plenty to strong glorious Indra, And strong, prolific, worshipping, the Mighty at sacrifice s head give the Gods honour.
yvs.20 45 Let the divine Stake, like an Immolator, bind, as one ordered, to himself the victim, And, filling Indra s belly with ablations, season the sacrifice with sweets and butter.
yvs.20 46 Indra the Bull, swift conqueror, wildly rushing bull like to meet the Indu of the droppings Delighting in a mind that scatters fatness, let the immortal Gods rejoice in Svaha.
yvs.20 47 May Indra come to us for our protection, here, lauded Hero, be our feast companion.
yvs.20 48 From near or far away may mighty Indra, giver of succour, come for our protection, Lord of men, armed with thunder, with the Strongest, slaying his foes in conflict, in the battles.
yvs.20 49 May Indra come to us with Tawny Coursers, inclined to us, to favour and enrich us.
yvs.20 50 Indra the Rescuer, Indra the Helper, Hero who listens at each invocation, Sakra I call, Indra invoked of many.
yvs.20 May Indra, Bounteous Lord, prosper and bless us.
yvs.20 51 May helpful Indra as our Good Protector, Lord of all treasures, favour us with succour, Baffle our foes and give us rest and safety, and may we be the lords of hero vigour.
yvs.20 May helpful Indra as our Good Preserver drive from us even from afar, our foemen.
yvs.20 53 Come hither, Indra, with Bay Steeds, joyous, with tails like peacock plumes, Let no men check thy course as fowlers stay the bird: pass over them as over desert lands.
yvs.20 54 Verily the Vasishthas hymn with praises Indra the mighty One whose arm wields thunder.
yvs.20 55 Fire hath been kindled, Asvins Twain! the Gharma warmed, the Radiant pressed, Here the Milch Cow Sarasvati hath poured bright Soma, Indra s own.
yvs.20 56 When Soma flows Sarasvati and both the Asvins, Leeches and Body guards, bear to Indra strength by passage through the realms of air.
yvs.20 57 When Soma flowed the Asvins Twain, the Leeches, brought sweet medicine, With Men s Desire Sarasvati for Indra, Soma, Nagnahu.
yvs.20 58 Worshipped, Sarasvati bestowed on Indra, senses, manly power.
yvs.20 Sarasvati with sacred grass brought that to Indra for his drink.
yvs.20 60 Sarasvati and Indra with the Asvins Twain milked out desires From heaven and earth, the regions, the resounding and expansive doors.
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.20 Celestial Hotars, Leeches! both guard Indra when the juice is pressed.
yvs.20 63 The Asvins, and the Three, apart, Sarasvati, Ida, Bharati, As drink to gladden Indra, poured strong Soma with the foaming juice.
yvs.20 64 The Asvins, our Sarasvati, and Tvashtar, when the juice was shed, Gave Indra balm, yea, mead as balm, glory and fame and many a shape.
yvs.20 65 Praising with foaming liquor at due times, Indra, Vanaspati, Sarasvati as cow gave forth sweet beverage with the Asvins Twain.
yvs.20 66 Asvins, to Indra ye with cows, with Masara and foaming drink Gave, with Sarasvati All hail! the pressed out Soma juice and mead.
yvs.20 67 The Asvins and Sarasvati by wit from fiendish Namuchi Brought unto Indra sacred food, strength, brilliant treasure, ample wealth.
yvs.20 68 That Indra, strong through sacrifice by Asvins and Sarasvati, Cleft Vala through to win him wealth, with Namuchi of Asura birth.
yvs.20 69 Supporting him in sacrifice with sacred food and mighty powers, Sarasvati, both Asvins and the cattle hymned that Indra s praise.
yvs.20 70 Indra whom Bhaga, Savitar, and Varuna supplied with power, Lord of the sacrifice, may he, Good Guardian, love the worshipper.
yvs.20 73 With cows the Asvins, mighty power, with horses manly vigour, strength, With sacred food Sarasvati, made Indra, Sacrificer, strong.
yvs.20 74 May those Nasatyas, fair of form, the Men who ride on paths of gold, Oblation rich Sarasvati, thou, Indra! help us in our rites.
yvs.20 75 Those Leeches righteous in their deeds, She, rich in milk, Sarasvati, That Vritra slayer hundred powered, invested Indra with his might.
yvs.20 76 Ye Asvins and Sarasvati, joint drinkers of the Sara draught, In Namuchi of Asura birth, give aid to Indra in his deeds.
yvs.20 Indra with voice and might gave Indra vigorous power.
yvs.20 87 O Indra, marvellously bright, come, these libations long for thee, thus by fine fingers purified.
yvs.20 88 Urged by the holy singer, sped by song, come, Indra, to the prayers of the libation pouring priest.
yvs.20 89 Approach, O Indra, hasting thee, Lord of Bay Horses, to the prayer: in our libations take delight.
yvs.20 90 Accordant with Sarasvati let the two Asvins drink the meath, May Indra, Vritra slayer, Good Guardian, accept the Soma meath.
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 20 Tvashtar the wondrous, full of seed, Indragni furtherers of weal, Dvipada metre, and a cow and vigorous bull give power and life! 21 Our slaughterer, Vanaspati, Savitar who promoteth wealth, The metre Kakup, here, a cow who casts her calf, give power and life! 22 With Svaha mighty Varuna give healing power to Sacrifice! The Atichhandas, Brihat, and a steer and bull give power and life! 23 With the Spring Season may the Gods the Vasus praised with triple hymn And with Rathantara, give life to Indra, splendour, sacrifice.
yvs.21 24 With Summer may the Rudras, Gods, praised in the Panchadasa hymn With Brihat, give to Indra strength; with fame, and sacrifice and life.
yvs.21 25 May the adityas with the Rains, lauded in Saptadasa hymn And with Vairupa, with folk, strength, give Indra sacrifice and life.
yvs.21 26 With Autumn may the Ribhus, Gods, praised in the Ekavimsa hymn And with Viraja, give with grace to Indra grace, life, sacrifice.
yvs.21 27 With Winter may the Maruts, Gods, praised in the laud of thrice nine parts, The Sakvaris, with strength give might to Indra, sacrifice and life.
yvs.21 28 With Dew time may the deathless Gods praised in the Thirty three part laud, The Revatis, with truth give sway to Indra, sacrifice and life.
yvs.21 29 Let the Hotar sacrifice with fuel to Agni in the place of libation, to the Asvins, Indra, Sarasvati.
yvs.21 A sheep, a ram, a salutary remedy on the honey sweet path, bearing to the Asvins and Indra heroic strength, with jujube fruit, Indra grains, sprouts of rice, becomes a salutary remedy, milk, Soma.
yvs.21 A ram with Sura a salutary remedy, Sarasvati the Physician, the golden car of the Asvins, the victim s omentum, with jujube fruit, Indra grains, and rice sprouts, become a salutary remedy, the manly strength of Indra, milk, Soma.
yvs.21 32 Let the Hotar, magnified with oblations, offering sacrifice, worship Sarasvati and Indra, increasing them with strength, with a bull and a cow.
yvs.21 Strength and medicine to the Asvins and Indra are meath with jujube fruit, Masara with parched grain, milk, Soma.
yvs.21 Sarasvati the Physician yields medicine to Indra, milk, Soma.
yvs.21 Indra milks the two milky worlds.
yvs.21 The Milch cow Sarasvati yields medicine for the Asvins and Indra, pure light and strength.
yvs.21 At night and by day the Asvins with Sarasvati compose impetuous power, like healing balm, in Indra, like a falcon, Masara with light, thought, and grace.
yvs.21 36 Let the Hotar worship the two divine Hotars, the Physician Asvins, and Indra.
yvs.21 The three active ones, with three sacrificial elements, lay balm and golden hue on Indra.
yvs.21 The Asvins, Ida, Bharati Sarasvati with Speech yields might and power to Indra.
yvs.21 38 Let the Hotar worship Tvashtar full of good seed, the Bull active for men, Indra, the Asvins, Sarasvati the Physician.
yvs.21 Sarasvati the Physician yields wrath and power to Indra.
yvs.21 Svaha! the bull for Indra.
yvs.21 Svaha! Indra the Good Deliverer.
yvs.21 Let the Hotar worship Indra with the omentum of a bull.
yvs.21 42 Let the Hotar worship the Asvins, Sarasvati, Indra the Good Deliverer.
yvs.21 these let the Asvins, Sarasvati, Indra the Good Deliverer, Vritra slayer, accept.
yvs.21 43 Let the Hotar worship Indra, etc.
yvs.21 There where the favourite stations of the Asvins are, of the he goat the sacrifice; of Sarasvati, of the ram the sacrifice; of Indra, of the bull the sacrifice; there where the favourite stations of Agni are, of Soma, of Indra the Good Deliverer, of Savitar, of Varuna, the favourite places of Vanaspati, the favourite stations of Gods who drink clarified butter, and of Agni the Hotar, there let him arrange these victims when he has praised and lauded them, and perform when he has made them very strong.
yvs.21 Let Agni worship the favourite stations of the Asvins, of the he goat the sacrifice; of Sarasvati, of the ram the sacrifice; of Indra, of the bull the sacrifice; there, etc.
yvs.21 48 The Grass divine, for the right Gods, Sarasvati, the Asvins Twain, Give Indra splendour, with the Grass, sight of his eyes and mighty strength! For gain of wealth let them enjoy.
yvs.21 49 The Doors, the Doors divine, the Two Asvins, Leeches, Sarasvati May they give breath to Indra in his nostrils, and heroic strength.
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.21 51 Both nursing Goddesses, the Pair of Asvins, and Sarasvati Have with both nurses given strength to Indra, fame, and power to hear.
yvs.21 52 Bringers of strengthening sacrifice, both Goddesses, well yielding cows, Sarasvati, both Asvins, the Physicians, these are Indra s guards.
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 54 Goddesses three, three Goddesses Asvins, Ida, Sarasvati In Indra s midmost navel have laid store of energy and power.
yvs.21 55 God Narasamsa, Indra thrice protecting, whose car moves by Sarasvati and Asvins May Tvashtar lay seed, deathless form in Indra, a fitting place of birth and mighty powers.
yvs.21 56 God with the Gods, Vanaspati of golden leaves and goodly fruit Ripens till Indra finds it sweet, with Asvins and Sarasvati.
yvs.21 57 Strewn, soft as wool, in sacrifice, with Asvins and Sarasvati, The sacred robe of water plants be, Indra, a fair seat for thee! Together with the sacred grass limy they, for sovranty, bestow King Passion and great power on thee.
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.21 Svishtakrit has been well worshipped, Indra Good Deliverer, Savitar, Varuna the Physician have been worshipped.
yvs.21 59 To day this Sacrificer cooking viands, cooking sacrificial rice cakes, binding a goat for the Asvins, a ram for Sarasvati, a hull for Indra, pressing Sura and Soma juices for the Asvins, Sarasvati, and Indra the Good Deliverer, has chosen Agni as Hotar.
yvs.21 60 To day the divine Vanaspati has done good service to the Asvins with a goat, to Sarasvati with a ram, to Indra with a bull.
yvs.21 The Agnis, Sarasvati, and Indra have drunk the Sura and Soma draughts.
yvs.22 I sprinkle thee welcome to Indra Agni.
yvs.22 6 To Agni Hail! To Soma Hail! Hail to the Waters Joy! Hail to Savitar! Hail to Vayu! Hail to Vishnu! Hail to Indra! Hail to Brihaspati! Hail to Mitra! Hail to Varuna! 7 Hail to the sound hi?! Hail to the uttered hi?! Hail to the neigh! Hail to the down neigh! Hail to the snort! Hail to the roar! Hail to his smell! Hail to him smelt at! Hail to him seated! Hail to him seated down! Hail to him weary! Hail to him going! Hail to him sitting! Hail to him lying! Hail to him sleeping! Hail to him waking! Hail to him whinnying! Hail to him wakened! Hail to him yawning! Hail to him outstretched! Hail to him drawn together! Hail to him risen! Hail to his going! Hail to his good going! Hail! 8 Hail to him as he goes! Hail to him running! Hail to him running away! Hail to him when he has run away! Hail to the cry Shoo! Hail to him scared with Shoo! Hail to him seated! Hail to him risen! Hail to his speed! Hail to his strength! Hail to him rolling! Hail to him when he has rolled! Hail to him tossing about! Hail to him when he has tossed about! Hail to him listening! Hail to him hearing.
yvs.22 23 Hail to vital breath! Hail to out breathing! Hail to diffusive breath! Hail to the eye! Hail to the ear! Hail to Speech! Hail to Mind! 24 Hail to the Eastern Region! Hail to the hitherward Region! Hail to the Southern Region! Hail to the hitherward Region! Hail to the Western Region! Hail to the hitherward Region! Hail to the Northern Region! Hail to the hitherward Region! Hail to the Upward Region! Hail to the hitherward Region! Hail to the Downward Region! Hail to the hitherward Region! 25 Hail to waters! Hail to floods! Hail to water! Hail to standing waters! flail to flowing waters! Hail to trickling waters! Hail to well waters! Hail to spring waters! Hail to the foaming sea! Hail to the ocean! Hail to the deep! 26 Hail to wind! Hail to mist! Hail to vapour! Hail to cloud! Hail to cloud lightening! Hail to cloud thundering! Hail to it bursting! Hail to it raining! Hail to it pouring! Hail to it violently raining! Hail to it swiftly raining! Hail to it holding up! Hail to it when it has held up! Hail to it sprinkling! Hail to it drizzling! Hail to its drops! Hail to thunderbolts! Hail to hoar frosts! 27 Hail to Agni! Hail to Soma! Hail to Indra! Hail to Earth! Hail to Firmament! Hail to Sky! Hail to Regions? Hail to Quarters! Hail to the Upward Region! Hail to the Downward Region!
yvs.23 7 When, swift as wind, the Horse has reached the form that Indra loves, the flood, Again, O singer, by this path bring thou our Courser hitherward.
yvs.23 Indra is vaster than the Earth.
yvs.24 A black necked goat, devoted to Agni, (is to be bound) in front to the forehead (of the horse); Sarasvati s ewe below his jaws; two goats belonging to the Asvins, with marks on the lower parts of the body, to his fore legs; a dark coloured goat, Soma s and Pushan s, to his navel; a white and a black, sacred to Soma and Varna, to his sides; Tvashtar s two, with bushy tails, to his hind feet; Vayu s white goat to his tail; for Indra the Good Worker a cow who slips her calf; a dwarf belonging to Vishnu.
yvs.24 The black necked, the white flanked, one with bright coloured thighs belong to Indra and Agni.
yvs.24 7 The tall goat, the sturdy, the dwarf, these are Indra Vishnu s; the tall, the white fore footed, the black backed, Indra Brihaspati s; parrot coloured the Vajins; speckled Agni Maruts; dark coloured Pushan s.
yvs.24 8 Variegated, Indra Agni s; two coloured, Agni Soma s; dwarf oxen, Agni Vishnu s; barren cows, Mitra Varuna s; partly variegated, Mitra s.
yvs.24 15 Called contemporary, the dappled belong to Indra Agni; black ones to Varuna; speckled to the Maruts; hornless he goats to Ka.
yvs.24 17 Called contemporaneous, the dappled belonging to Indra Agni; those with projecting horns to Mahendra; the many coloured to Visvakarman.
yvs.24 22 To Soma he sacrifices wild geese; to Vayu female cranes; to Indra Agni curlews; to Mitra divers; to Varuna Chakravakas.
yvs.24 these are Pushan s; the jackal is the Mayu s; the Gaura Indra s; Pidva, antelope, cock, these are Anumati s; the Chakravaka is for Echo.
yvs.24 40 The Khanga is the All Gods the black dog, the long eared, the ass, the hyena, these are the Rakshasas; the boar is for Indra; the lion is for the Maruts; the chameleon, the Pipoaka, the vulture, these belong to Saravya; the spotted antelope belongs to the All Gods.
yvs.25 3 I gratify Flies with his hair; Indra with his active shoulder; Brihaspati with his quick spring; Tortoises with his hoofs; Approach with his fetlocks; Kapinjalas with his heel ropes; Speed with his two thighs; the Way with his two fore legs; the Forest God with a kneepan; Agni with his two knees; Pushan with his two fore feet; the Asvins with his shoulders; Rudra with his shoulder joints,
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 5 (On the left side) the first rib belongs to Indra Agni; the second to Sarasvati; the third to Mitra; the fourth to the Waters; the fifth to Nirriti; the sixth to Agni Soma; the seventh to the Serpents; the eighth to Vishnu; the ninth to Pushan; the tenth to Tvashtar; the eleventh to Indra; the twelfth to Varuna; the thirteenth to Yama.
yvs.25 I gratify the two Curlews with the hips; Indra Brihaspati with the thighs; Mitra Varuna with the groins; Approach with the buttocks; Strength with the two cavities of the loins.
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 19 Illustrious far and wide, may Indra prosper us: may Pushan prosper us, the Master of all wealth.
yvs.25 24 Slight us not Varuna, Aryaman, or Mitra, Ribhukshan, Indra, ayu, or the Maruts, When we declare amid the congregation the virtues of the Strong Steed, God descended.
yvs.25 25 What time they bear before the Courser, covered with trappings and with wealth, the grasped oblation, The dappled goat goeth straightforward, bleating, to the place dear to Indra and to Pushan.
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.25 With the adityas, with the band of Maruts, may Indra give us medicine to heal us.
yvs.25 Our sacrifice, our bodies, and our offspring may Indra regulate with the adityas.
yvs.26 Thee for Brihaspati, 4 Come hither, Indra, rich in kine! Drink Soma, Lord of Hundred Powers, Effused by braying pressing stones.
yvs.26 Thee for Indra, rich in kine.
yvs.26 Thee for Indra, rich in kine.
yvs.26 5 O Indra, Vritra slayer, come.
yvs.26 10 May mighty Indra, thunder armed, may Shodasi protect us well, and slay the wicked man who hateth us.
yvs.26 11 As cows low to their calves in stalls so with our songs we glorify This Indra, een your wondrous God who checks assault, who joys in the delicious juice.
yvs.26 17 Finder of room and freedom, flow for Indra, meet for worship, flow For Varuna and the Marut host.
yvs.26 Sit on the sacred grass at this our worship, and take these drops into thy belly, Indra.
yvs.26 25 In sweetest and most gladdening stream flow pure, O Soma, on thy way, Pressed out for Indra, for his drink.
yvs.27 22 Pay sacrifice to Indra, Jatavedas Agni! with Hail! All Gods accept the gift we offer! 23 Wise, bright, arranger of his teams, he seeketh men with rich food whose treasures are abundant.
yvs.27 35 Like kine unmilked we call aloud, Hero, to thee and sing thy praise, Looker on heavenly light, Lord of this moving world, Lord, Indra! of what moveth not.
yvs.27 Desiring horses, Indra, Bounteous Lord! and kine, as men of might we call on thee.
yvs.27 In war men call on thee, Indra! the hero s Lord, in the steed s race course call on thee.
yvs.27 Pour on us boldly, Indra, kine and chariot steeds ever to be the conqueror s strength.
yvs.28 ON the earth s centre, at libation s place let the Priest worship Indra with the kindling stick.
yvs.28 Let him enjoy the butter. Hotar, worship. 2 Him let the Hotar worship, him Tanunapat with ready aids; the conqueror never overcome, Indra, the God who finds heaven s light on paths most rich in pleasant sweets, with Narasamsa all aglow.
yvs.28 3 With viands let the Hotar worship Indra immortal, praised, receiver of oblations.
yvs.28 4 Let the Priest worship Indra, Bull who sitteth on sacred grass, doer of manly actions.
yvs.28 The Doors have strengthened Indra, his force and conquering might and vigour.
yvs.28 At this our worship let the Doors be opened, easy to pass, the strengtheners of Order: wide let them open out for bounteous Indra.
yvs.28 6 Let the Priest sacrifice to Night and Morning, the teeming Cows of Indra, Mighty Mothers.
yvs.28 Indra their calf with lustre have they strengthened, even as two mothers of a calf in common.
yvs.28 7 Let the Priest worship both the heavenly Hotars, Friends, Leeches, healing Indra with oblation.
yvs.28 The sages, Gods preminent for wisdom bestow on Indra his surpassing power.
yvs.28 Let the three triple active Ones, let Ida and Sarasvati and Bharati the mighty Dames, Consorts of Indra, who receive our sacrificial offerings, enjoy the butter, etc.
yvs.28 9 Let the Priest worship Tvashtar radiant Indra, Physician good at sacrifice, graced with butter, Multiform and prolific, rich and bounteous.
yvs.28 Let Tvashtar, giving wondrous powers to Indra, enjoy, etc.
yvs.28 10 Let the Priest worship him, the Forest Sovran, the Immolator, Lord of Hundred Powers, the lover of the prayer, the friend of Indra.
yvs.28 11 Let the Priest offer sacrifice to Indra: with Hail! to Gods of butter; with Hail! to Gods of marrow; with Hail! to Gods of drops; with Hail! to Gods of offerings paid with Svaha; with Hail! to Gods of sacrificial hymns.
yvs.28 All hail! May butter drinking Gods and Indra rejoicing taste the butter. Hotar, worship. 12 Vigorous, strewn by Gods upon the altar the right Gods sacred Grass hath strengthened Indra.
yvs.28 13 Firm, closely joined, the Doors divine have strengthened Indra in the rite.
yvs.28 14 Morning and Night, the Goddesses, have called on Indra as the rite advanced.
yvs.28 15 Two Goddesses, wealth givers, kind, have heightened radiant Indra s strength.
yvs.28 16 Bringers of strengthening sacrifice, the Goddesses, the teeming Cows, have prospered Indra with their milk.
yvs.28 17 The two Celestial Hotars, Gods, have heightened radiant Indra s might.
yvs.28 18 Goddesses three, three Goddesses have heightened their Lord Indra s strength.
yvs.28 19 The radiant Indra, Praise of Men, thrice shielding, borne on three car seats, hath heightened radiant Indra s strength.
yvs.28 20 Vanaspati, a God with Gods, with golden leaves, sweet boughs, fair fruit, hath heightened radiant Indra s strength.
yvs.28 21 The grassy robe of water plants, divine, hath heightened Indra s strength.
yvs.28 This, the fair seat where Indra sits, hath topped all other sacred grass.
yvs.28 22 Agni, Fair offering maker, bright, hath heightened radiant Indra s strength.
yvs.28 23 To day the Sacrificer hath elected dressing messes of cooked food and a rice cake, binding a goat for Indra Agni as his Hotar.
yvs.28 To day divine Vanaspati hath with a goat served Indra well.
yvs.28 21 Let the Priest worship Agni, Indra, kindled, splendidly kindled, excellent strength giver, Lending him mighty power, Gayatri metre, a cow aged eighteen months, and vital vigour.
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.28 26 Let the Priest sacrifice to Soma, Indra, adorable, adored, best Vritra slayer, strength giver, might, to be adored with viands, Bringing him mighty power, Anushtup metre, a cow of thirty months, and vital vigour.
yvs.28 Let him enjoy, etc 27 Let the Priest worship Indra, strength bestower, immortal, with fair grass, allied with Pushan, seated on sacred grass, dear, everlasting, Bringing him mighty power, Brihati metre, a steer of three years age and vital vigour.
yvs.28 28 Let the Priest worship the wide opening Portals, easy to pass, divine, Law strengthening, golden, Indra, the Brahman Priest, the strength bestower,
yvs.28 Let them enjoy the butter. Hotar, worship. 29 Let the Priest worship lofty Night and Morning, well decked, of varied hue, lovely to look on, Indra the Universal, strength bestower, Bringing him mighty power, the Trishtup metre, a bullock four years old, and vital vigour.
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 Hotar, worship. 31 Let the Priest sacrifice to three well decorated Goddesses, gold decked, great, lofty, Bharatis, Indra their Lord who giveth strength, Bringing him mighty power, Viraj the metre, and a cow in milk. Let him enjoy the butter. Hotar, worship. 32 Let the Priest worship Tvashtar the prolific, strengthener of growth, maintaining varied growth and form, Indra who giveth vital force, Bringing him Dvipad metre, mighty power, and an ox full grown.
yvs.28 33 Let the Priest serve with sacrifice the Forest Lord Vanaspati, the Immolator, hundred powered, praise worthy, golden leafed, who wears the girdle, loved, the gracious Lord, Indra who gives the strength of life, Giving him Kakup metre, mighty power, a barren, a calf slipping cow, and vital vigour.
yvs.28 might, Indra who bestoweth strength, Bringing him Atichhandas metre, great and mighty power, a strong bull, his prime, and vital vigour.
yvs.28 35 The Grass divine hath added might to radiant Indra strength giver, Laying in Indra wondrous power and sight and strength by Gayatri.
yvs.28 36 The Doors divine have magnified bright Indra, who bestoweth strength.
yvs.28 With Ushnih laying mighty power in Indra, vital breath and force.
yvs.28 37 Morning and Night, divine Ones, have strengthened bright Indra, strength giver, the Goddesses advanced the God, With the Anushtup laying power in Indra, strength and vital force.
yvs.28 38 Kind, bounteous, and divine, they have strengthened bright Indra, force giver, the Goddesses advanced the God, Laying in Indra power and force and hearing with the Brihati.
yvs.28 39 Bringers of strengthening sacrifice, the Goddesses, two teeming cows, have heightened Indra s power with milk, Laying bright power in Indra with Pankti, and vital energy.
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.28 41 Goddesses three, three Goddesses have heightened their Lord Indra s strength, his who bestoweth vital force, Laying in Indra power and might and vital strength with Jagati.
yvs.28 42 The God, the Praise of all men, hath strengthened bright Indra force giver, the God hath magnified the God, Laying in Indra with Viraj beauty and power and vital force.
yvs.28 43 The God the Forest Sovran hath strengthened bright Indra, force giver, the God hath magnified the God, With Dvipad storing Indra with fortune and power and vital strength.
yvs.28 44 The Grass divine of water plants hath helped bright Indra force giver, the God hath magnified the God, Laying in Indra mighty power with Kakup, fame and vital strength.
yvs.28 45 Agni, the God who makes fair rites, hath strengthened Indra force giver, the God hath magnified the God, Laying with Atichhandas power in Indra, sway, and vital strength.
yvs.29 13 This Steed, bestowed by Yama, Trita harnessed, and Indra was the first to mount and ride him.
yvs.29 Less fleet than he, though swift as thought, was Indra.
yvs.29 Honour with holy gifts the Car like Indra s bolt, the Car bound round with straps, the vigour of the floods.
yvs.29 54 Thou bolt of Indra, Vanguard of the Maruts, close knit to Varuna and Child of Mitra, As such, accepting gifts which here we offer, receive, O Godlike Chariot, these oblations.
yvs.29 55 Send forth thy voice aloud through earth and heaven, and let the world in all its breadth regard thee; O Drum, accordant with the Gods and Indra, drive thou afar, yea, very far, our foemen.
yvs.29 Drive hence, O War drum, drive away misfortune: thou art the Fist of Indra: show thy firmness.
yvs.29 Let our car warriors, Indra, be triumphant.
yvs.29 58 The black necked victim belongs to Agni; the ewe to Sarasvati; the brown victim is Soma s; the dusky Pushan s; the white backed is Brihaspati s; the dappled belongs to the All Gods; the red to Indra; the spotted to the Maruts; the strong bodied to Indra Agni; one with white marks below to Savitar; to Varuna a black ram with one white foot 59 To Agni Anikavan is sacrificed a red marked ox; two with white spots below are for Savitar; two with silvery navels for Pushan; two yellow hornless he goats for the All Gods; a spotted one for the Maruts; the black faced he goat is Agni s; the ewe is Sarasvati s; the ram is Varuna s.
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.32 13 To the Assembly s wondrous Lord, to Indra s lovely Friend who gives Wisdom.
yvs.32 All hail! 15 Varuna grant me wisdom! grant it Agni and Prajapati! Wisdom may Indra, Vayu grant.
yvs.33 10 With the All Gods, with Indra and with Vayu drink the Soma mead, O Agni, after Mitra s laws.
yvs.33 The best men praise thee as the peer of Indra in strength, mid Gods, like Vayu in thy bounty.
yvs.33 18 Like barren cows, moreover, swelled the waters: singers approached thy holy cult, O Indra.
yvs.33 23 I laud your Mighty One who joyeth in the juice, him who is good to all men, who pervadeth all; Indra whose conquering strength is powerful in war, whose fame and manly vigour Heaven and Earth revere.
yvs.33 24 Great is their fuel, strung their laud, wide is their sacrificial post Whose Friend is Indra, ever young.
yvs.33 25 Come, Indra, and delight thee with the juice at all the Soma feasts, Conqueror, mighty in thy strength.
yvs.33 26 Leading his band, Indra encompassed Vritra; weak grew the wily leader of enchanters.
yvs.33 27 Whence comest thou alone, thou who art mighty, Indra, Lord of the Brave? What is thy purpose? Thou greetest us, encountering us the Bright Ones.
yvs.33 Indra, great in his power and might.
yvs.33 28 Those men extolled that deed of thine, O Indra, those who would fain burst through the stall of cattle, Fain to milk her who bare but once, great, lofty, whose sons are many and her streams a thousand.
yvs.33 In Indra, yea, in him victorious through his might, the Gods have joyed at feast and when the Soma flowed.
yvs.33 35 Whatever, Vritra slayer! thou Surya hast risen on to day, That, Indra, all is in thy power.
yvs.33 41 Turning, as it were, to meet the Sun, enjoy from Indra all good things.
yvs.33 45 Indra, Vayu, Brihaspati, Mitra, Agni, Pushan, Bhaga, adityas, and the Marut host.
yvs.33 46 Be Varuna our chief defence, let Mitra guard us with all aids: Both make us rich exceedingly! 47 Regard us, Indra, Vishnu, here, ye Asvins, and the Marut host, us who are kith and kin to you.
yvs.33 48 O Agni, Indra, Varuna, and Mitra, give, O ye Gods, and Marut host, and Vishnu.
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.33 May Gods with Indra as their chief protect us.
yvs.33 56 These, Indra Vayu, have been shed, etc.
yvs.33 61 The strong, dispellers of the foe, Indra and Agni, we invoke: May they be kind to one like me.
yvs.33 63 Drink Soma, Indra, handed with the Maruts who, Boon Lord! strengthened thee at Ahi s slaughter, against Sambara, Lord of Bays! in winning cattle, and now rejoice in thee, the holy singers.
yvs.33 There, even there the Maruts strengthened Indra when his most rapid Mother stirred the Hero.
yvs.33 65 O thou who slewest Vritra, come, O Indra, hither to our side, Mighty One with thy mighty aids.
yvs.33 66 Thou in thy battles, Indra, art subduer of all hostile bands.
yvs.33 86 Indra and Vayu, fair to see and swift to hear, we call to us, That in assembly all, yea, all the folk may be benevolent to us and free from malady.
yvs.33 93 First, Indra Agni! hath this Maid come footless unto those with feet.
yvs.33 95 Indra who quells the curse blew curses far away, and then in splendour came to us.
yvs.33 Indra, refulgent with the Marut host! the Gods eagerly strove to win thy love.
yvs.33 96 To Indra, to your mighty Chief, Maruts, sing forth a mighty prayer.
yvs.33 97 Indra increased his manly strength at sacrifice, in the wild rapture of this juice; And living men to day, even as of old, sing forth their praises to his majesty.
yvs.34 They bear, Unmoved, the cursing of the people, for all our wisdom comes from thee, O Indra.
yvs.34 34 Agni at dawn, and Indra we invoke at dawn, and Varuna and Mitra and the Asvins twain, Bhaga at dawn, Pushan and Brahmanaspati, Soma at dawn, Rudra may we invoke at dawn.
yvs.34 46 Let those who are our foemen stand afar from us: with Indra and with Agni we will drive them off.
yvs.34 Indra, be thou most swift with them.
yvs.34 Wherein Indra and Varuna, Mitra, Aryaman, the Gods have made their dwelling place.
yvs.35 Be bearer and deliverer to us as Indra to the Gods.
yvs.36 7 O Hero, with what aid dost thou delight us, with what succour bring Riches to those who worship thee? 8 Indra is king of all that is: may weal attend our bipeds and our quadrupeds.
yvs.36 9 Gracious he Mitra unto us, and Varuna and Aryaman; Indra, Brihaspati be kind, and Vishnu of the mighty stride.
yvs.36 Befriend us with their aids Indra and Agni, Indra and Varuna who taste oblations.
yvs.36 Indra and Pushan be our help in battle, Indra and Soma give health, strength, and comfort.
yvs.37 For Makha thee, thee for the head of Makha! 6 Indra s effective might are ye.
yvs.37 Rich in sons, southward, in Indra s overlordship give me offspring.
yvs.38 Overflow for Indra All hail, what belongs to Indra! All hail, what belongs to Indra! All hail, what belongs to Indra! 5 That breast of thine, exhaustless, fount of pleasure, wealth giver, treasure finder, free bestower, Wherewith thou rearest all things that are choicest, bring that, Sarasvati, that we may drain it.
yvs.38 With the Firmament I raise thee up. Indra and Asvins, drink ye the hot draught of sweet honey: sacrifice, ye Vasus.
yvs.38 8 Thee with Svaha to Indra Lord of Vasus.
yvs.38 Thee with Svaha to Indra Lord of Rudras.
yvs.38 Thee with Svaha to Indra killer of foes.
yvs.38 All hail! May we enjoy the mead offered in most Indra like Agni.
yvs.38 25 A brand art thou, fain would we thrive, Fuel art thou, and splendour: Give me splendour, 26 Far as the heaven and earth are spread in compass, far as the Seven Rivers are extended, So vast thy cup which I with strength am taking, Indra, unharmed in me, uninjured ever.
yvs.38 Invited, I enjoy a share of that which hath been offered me, the savoury draught by Indra drunk and tasted by Prajapati.
yvs.39 6 Savitar on the first day; Agni on the second; Vayu on the third; aditya (the Sun) on the fourth; Chandramas (the Moon) on the fifth; Ritu on the sixth; the Maruts on the seventh; Brihaspati on the eighth; Mitra on the ninth; Varuna on the tenth; Indra on the eleventh; the All Gods on the twelfth.
yvs.39 9 The Fierce with blood; Mitra with obedience, Rudra with disobedience; Indra with pastime; the Maruts with strength; the Sadhyas with enjoyment.

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