Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 17 Jul 2011 13:09 and updated at 17 Jul 2011 13:09


yvs.10 Pankti be thy keeper, Sakvara, Raivata the pair of Samans, Praise songs the thirty threefold and thrice ninefold, both seasons, Winter, Dews, that treasure lustre.
yvs.13 From the Trinava and the Trayastrimsa the Sakvara and the Raivata.
yvs.15 Sakvara and Raivata Samans being substituted for the corresponding names.
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.

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