Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 17 Jul 2011 12:54 and updated at 17 Jul 2011 12:54


yvs.4 Fervour s form art thou, and Prajapati s nature.
yvs.8 All hail! Thou art Prajapati, strong male, impregner: may I obtain from thee, strong male, impregner, a son who shall himself become a father.
yvs.8 17 May this please Savitar and liberal Dhatar, Prajapati the Treasure Guard, bright Agni, Tvashtar, and Vishnu: blessing him with children, grant store of riches to the Sacrificer.
yvs.8 36 Than whom there is none other born more mighty, who hath pervaded all existing creatures Prajapati, rejoicing in his offspring, he, Shodasi, maintains the three great lustres.
yvs.8 Prajapati in uttered speech.
yvs.9 We have become the children of Prajapati.
yvs.9 Prajapati with seventeenfold metre won the Seventeenfold Stoma: may I win that.
yvs.10 20 Prajapati, thou only comprehendest all these created forms, and none beside thee.
yvs.12 Maker of all, accordant with the All Gods and Seasons, may Prajapati release her.
yvs.13 17 Thee let Prajapati settle on the waters back, in Ocean s course, Thee the capacious, widely spread.
yvs.13 Thee, luminous, may Prajapati settle upon the back of Earth.
yvs.13 By thee, taken by Prajapati, I take vital breath for creatures.
yvs.13 By thee, taken by Prajapati, I take Mind for creatures.
yvs.13 By thee, taken by Prajapati, I take the Eye for creatures.
yvs.13 By thee, taken by Prajapati, I take the Ear for creatures.
yvs.14 Prajapati became the metre.
yvs.14 Prajapati was over lord.
yvs.14 Prajapati, the Supreme in Place, was over lord.
yvs.18 28 To strength, Hail! To Gain, Hail! To After born, Hail! To Power, Hail! To Vasu, Hail! To the Lord of Days, Hail! To the Failing Day, Hail! To the Failing Sprung from the Transitory, Hail! To the Transitory sprung from the Final, Hail! To the Final Mundane, Hail! To the Lord of the World, Hail! To the Sovran Lord, Hail! To Prajapati, Hail! This is thy kingdom.
yvs.18 We have become the children of Prajapati.
yvs.18 44 Lord of the World, Prajapati, whose are the homes above and here, Give great protection unto these, the Priesthood and Nobility.
yvs.19 75 Prajapati by Brahma drank the essence from the foaming food, the princely power, milk, Soma juice.
yvs.19 77 Viewing both forms Prajapati gave truth and falsehood different shapes.
yvs.19 Prajapati assigned the lack of faith to falsehood, faith to truth.
yvs.19 78 By holy lore Prajapati drank up both forms, pressed and unpressed.
yvs.19 79 Seeing the farming liquor s sap, Prajapati with the bright drank nut the bright the milk, the Soma juice.
yvs.22 4 For Gods and for Prajapati I fit thee.
yvs.22 For Gods and for Prajapati, O Brahman, Will I tie up the horse.
yvs.22 Thence may I prosper! Binding him for Prajapati and Gods be thou successful.
yvs.22 5 Thee welcome to Prajapati I sprinkle.
yvs.22 20 Hail to Ka! Hail to Who?! Hail to Which?! Hail to him who has experienced pain! Hail to Prajapati who knows the mind! Hail to him who discerns the thought!
yvs.23 I take thee welcome to Prajapati.
yvs.23 The majesty that has accrued to thee in the day, in a year, that majesty which has accrued in the wind, in the firmament, to that majesty of thine, to Prajapati, to the Gods, All hail! 3 Who, by his, grandeur hath become sole Ruler of all the.
yvs.23 I take thee welcome to Prajapati, This is thy place: the Moon thy majesty.
yvs.23 Thy majesty that has accrued to thee by night, in a year, thy majesty that has accrued in the earth, in Agni, in the stars and in the Moon, to that majesty of thine, to Prajapati and to the Gods, All hail! 5 They who stand round hills as he moves harness the bright, the ruddy Steed: The lights are shining in the sky.
yvs.23 Earth! Ether! Heaven! O Gods, eat this food, parched grains and groats in the product of barley and in the product of cows: eat this food, Prajapati.
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.23 64 Let the Hotar sacrifice to Prajapati from the Mahiman Soma.
yvs.23 65 Prajapati, thou only, etc.
yvs.24 HORSE, hornless goat, Gomriga, these belong to Prajapati.
yvs.24 29 To Prajapati he sacrifices men elephants; to Vak white ants; to Sight flies; to Hearing black bees.
yvs.24 30 To Prajapati and to Vayu a Gayal is to be offered; to Varuna a wild ram; to Yama a black ram; to a human king a monkey; to the Tiger a red doe; to the Bull a female Gayal, to the Kshiprasyena a quail; to the Nilangu a worm; to the Sea a porpoise; to the Snowy Mountain an elephant.
yvs.24 31 The Kinnara belongs to Prajapati; the Ula, the Halikshna, the cat belong to Dhatar; the heron belongs to the Quarters; the Dhunksha to Agni; sparrow, red snake, Saras, these are Tvashtar s; the curlew belongs to Vak.
yvs.29 To the Gods world Vanaspati, well knowing, bear our oblations which the fire has tasted! 11 Thou, waxing by Prajapati s strong fervour, born quickly, guardest sacrifice, O Agni.
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.30 These must be neither Sudras nor Brahmans, and must be dedicated to Prajapati.
yvs.30 A minstrel, a harlot, a gambler, and a eunuch neither of Sudra nor Brahman caste are to be dedicated to Prajapati.
yvs.31 19 In the womb moves Prajapati: he, never becoming born, is born in sundry figures.
yvs.32 The Bright is That; Brahma is That, those Waters, that Prajapati.
yvs.32 5 Before whom naught whatever sprang to being; who with his presence aids all living creatures, Prajapati, rejoicing in his offspring, he, Shodasi, maintains the Three great Lustres.
yvs.32 All hail! 15 Varuna grant me wisdom! grant it Agni and Prajapati! Wisdom may Indra, Vayu grant.
yvs.35 6 Here in the God Prajapati, near water, Man, I lay thee down: May his light drive mishap from us.
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 Svaha! 5 Prajapati while in preparation; Samraj when prepared; All Gods when seated; Gharma when heated with fire; Splendour when lifted up; the Asvins while milk is poured in; Pushan s when the butter trickles down it; the Maruts when the milk is clotting; Mitra s when the milk s skin is spreading; Vayu s when it is carried off; Agni s while offered as oblation; Vak when it has been offered.

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