Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 17 Jul 2011 16:52 and updated at 17 Jul 2011 16:52


yvs.1 28 Before the cruel foe s secret departure, Mighty One, raising high earth, life bestower, which to the Moon they lifted by oblations, that earth the sages still point out and worship. Deposit in its place the sprinkling water, Thou art the slayer of the man who hates us.
yvs.3 23 Ruler of sacrifices, guard of Law eternal, radiant One, Increasing in thine own abode.
yvs.3 O pointed One, protect the food that feeds me.
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.4 17 This is thy form, O Bright One, this thy lustre.
yvs.4 32 Ascend the eye of Surya, mount the pupil set in Agni s eye Where, radiant through the Wise One, thou speedest along with dappled steeds.
yvs.5 The Wise One guard thee from the rear with Rudras.
yvs.6 O Great One, lead the sacrifice s master on to a sacrifice of loftier order.
yvs.7 One heart and mind and free from foemen.
yvs.8 For Surya, for the Bright One, thee.
yvs.8 For Surya, for the Bright One, thee.
yvs.8 Let Soma drops pass into thee, O Mighty One.
yvs.8 43 Ida, delightful, worshipful, loveable, splendid, shining One, Inviolable, full of sap, the Mighty One, most glorious, These are thy names, O Cow: tell thou the Gods that I act righteously.
yvs.8 The people of old time bowed down before him because the Mighty One was meet for worship. Taken upon a base, etc.
yvs.11 All Sons of the Immortal One shall hear it, who have resorted to celestial dwellings.
yvs.11 28 At Savitar s, the Shining One s, impulsion, with arms of Asvins and with hands of Pushan, As Angiras was wont to do, I dig thee forth from the seat of Earth, Agni Purishya.
yvs.11 Do ye; expansive, cover him: bear ye Purishya Agni up. 31 Cover him, finders of the light, united both with breast and self, Bearing between you Agni, the refulgent, everlasting One.
yvs.11 Ye Plants, with joyous welcome greet this Agni, auspicious One who cometh on to meet you.
yvs.11 With both thy jaws, thou Holy One, eat up those thieves well champed and chewed.
yvs.12 3 The Sapient One arrays himself in every form: for quadruped and biped he hath brought forth good.
yvs.12 39 Seated again upon thy seat, the waters, Agni! and the earth, In her, thou, most auspicious One, liest as in a mother s lap
yvs.12 42 Mark this my speech, Divine One, thou Most Youthful, offered to thee by him who gives most freely: One hates thee, and another sings thy praises.
yvs.12 To the Omnific One All hail! 14 Again let the adityas, Rudras, Yams, and Brahmans with their rites light thee, Wealth bringer! Increase thy body with presented butter: effectual be the Sacrificer s wishes.
yvs.12 48 The splendour which is thine in heaven, O Agni, in earth, O Holy One, in plants, in waters, Wherewith thou hast overspread mid air s broad region, that light is brilliant, billowy, man surveying.
yvs.12 64 Thou, Awful One, thou in whose mouth I offer for the unloosing of these binding fetters, Whom people hail as Earth with their glad voices, as Nirriti in every place I know thee.
yvs.12 Thee, Godlike One, with ears to hear, most famous, men s generations magnify with praise songs.
yvs.12 118 In dear homes, Agni, the desire of all that is and is to be, Shines forth the One Imperial Lord.
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 26 Thou art Ashadha, Conquering One.
yvs.13 40 Agni, all luminous with light, splendid with splendour, golden One.
yvs.13 45 The Agni who from Agni had his being, from heat of Earth or also heat of Heaven, Whereby the Omnific One engendered creatures, him may thy fierce displeasure spare, O Agni.
yvs.14 The Bright One s Station, the Chatustrimsa.
yvs.14 The Revolving One, the Ashtachatvarimsa.
yvs.15 38 May Agni, worshipped, bring us bliss, may the gift, Blessed One! and sacrifice bring bliss, Yea, may our praises bring us bliss.
yvs.16 6 That most auspicious One whose hue is coppery and red and brown, And those, the Rudras who maintain their station in the regions, who surround him in a thousand bands, of these we deprecate the wrath.
yvs.16 13 Having unbent thy how O thou hundred eyed, hundred quivered One! And dulled thy pointed arrows heads, be kind and gracious unto us.
yvs.16 Homage to Soma and to Rudra, homage to the copper coloured and to the ruddy One.
yvs.16 50 May Rudra s missile turn aside and spare us, the great wrath of the impetuous One avoid us.
yvs.17 Their offerings joy in rich juice where they value One, only One beyond the Seven Rishis.
yvs.17 It rested set upon the Unborn s navel, that One wherein abide all things existing.
yvs.17 84 To day in this our sacrifice be present, Such, Looking Thus, Same, Similar in appearance, Measured, Commensurate, Joint Bearers, Maruts! 85 Self Powerful, Voracious One, Kin to the Sun, The House holder, Play Lover, Mighty, Conqueror.
yvs.18 24 May me One and my Three, and my Three and my Five, and my Five and my Seven (and similarly up to thirty three) prosper by sacrifice.
yvs.18 50 Heaven like is Warmth, Hail! Heaven like is Arka, Hail! Heaven like is the Bright One, Hail! Heaven like is Light, Hail! Heaven like is Surya, Hail! 51 I yoke with power and flowing butter Agni, divine, strong pinioned, great with vital vigour.
yvs.18 Through him may we approach the Bright One s station, ascending to the loftiest sky, to heaven.
yvs.18 74 Help its that we may gain this wish, O Agni, gain riches, Wealthy One! with store of heroes.
yvs.20 54 Verily the Vasishthas hymn with praises Indra the mighty One whose arm wields thunder.
yvs.21 Best Sacrificer, brightest One, refulgent, remove thou far from us all those who hate us.
yvs.22 15 Wake Agni with thy laud and set the Immortal One aflame, let him Bestow our offerings on the Gods.
yvs.22 All hail! 34 Hail to One! Hail to Two! Hail to Hundred! Hail to Hundred and One! Hail to Daybreak! Hail to Heaven!
yvs.23 63 The Strong, the Self existent One, the First, within the mighty flood Laid down the timely embryo from which Prajapati was born.
yvs.24 One with white ear holes, one with partly white, one with wholly white, belong to Savitar.
yvs.24 One with fore feet white, partly white, wholly white, belongs to Brihaspati.
yvs.26 6 Vaisvanara the righteous One, the Lord of sacrifice and light, The heat that wasteth not, we seek.
yvs.28 One drives away hatreds and sins; the other shall bring the Sacrificer boons and treasure.
yvs.28 One, Bharati, hath touched the sky, Sarasvati the sacrifice with Rudras, and, enriched with wealth, Ida the homesteads of the folk.
yvs.29 Thou art, O vigorous One, the Gods Invoker, so, best of Sacrificers, bring them quickly.
yvs.31 20 He who gives light and heat to Gods, first, foremost Agent of the Gods, Born ere the Gods to him the bright, the holy One, be reverence 21 Thus spake the Gods at first, as they begat the bright and holy One: The Brahman who may know thee thus shall have the Gods in his control.
yvs.32 2 All twinklings of the eyelid sprang from Purusha, resplendent One.
yvs.33 One bears a Godlike Babe of golden colour: bright and fair shining is be with the other.
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 29 To thee the Mighty One I bring this mighty hymn, for thy desire hath been gratified by my laud.
yvs.33 65 O thou who slewest Vritra, come, O Indra, hither to our side, Mighty One with thy mighty aids.
yvs.34 17 Unto the Great One bring great adoration, a chant of praise to him the very potent, Through whom our sires, Angirases, singing praises, and knowing well the places, found the cattle.
yvs.34 37 So may felicity be ours at present, and when the day approaches, and at noontide; And may we still, O Bounteous One, at sunset be happy in the Deities loving kindness.
yvs.40 2 One, only doing Karma here, should wish to live a hundred years.
yvs.40 What wilderment, what grief is there in him who sees the One alone? 8 He hath attained unto the Bright, Bodiless, Woundless, Sinewless, the Pure which evil hath not pierced.
yvs.40 10 One fruit, they say, from Sambhava, another from Asambhava.

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