Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 17 Jul 2011 12:11 and updated at 17 Jul 2011 12:11


yvs.28 6 Let the Priest sacrifice to Night and Morning, the teeming Cows of Indra, Mighty Mothers.
yvs.28 14 Morning and Night, the Goddesses, have called on Indra as the rite advanced.
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 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.29 31 Pouring sweet dews, let holy Night and Morning, each close to each, be seated at their station Lofty, celestial Dames, with gold to deck them, assuming all their fair and radiant beauty.
yvs.33 44 Soft to the tread the sacred grass is scattered: these go like Kings amid the band around them, At the folk s early call on Night and Morning, Vayu, and Pushan with his team to bless us.

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