Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 17 Jul 2011 13:34 and updated at 17 Jul 2011 13:34


yvs.3 57 O Rudra, this is thine allotted portion.
yvs.3 This, Rudra, is thy share, the rat thy victim.
yvs.3 58 We have contented Rudra, yea, put off Tryambaka the God, That he may make us wealthier, may make us yet more prosperous, may make us vigorous to act.
yvs.3 61 This, Rudra, is thy food: with this depart beyond the Mujavans.
yvs.4 May Rudra turn thee back.
yvs.4 21 Thou art a Vasvi, thou art Aditi, thou art an aditya, thou art a Rudra, thou art a Chandra.
yvs.4 Brihaspati vouchsafe thee rest and comfort! Rudra with Vasus looks on thee with favour.
yvs.7 To Rudra, yea, to me let Varuna for ever.
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 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 What active highest name thou hast, O Rudra, therein thou art an offering, art an offering at home.
yvs.10 Rudra art thou, the very kind and gracious.
yvs.11 15 Come speeding on and trampling imprecations; come gladdening to the chieftainship of Rudra.
yvs.16 HOMAGE be paid unto thy wrath, O Rudra, homage to thy shaft: to thy two arms be homage paid.
yvs.16 2 With that auspicious form of thine, mild, Rudra! pleasant to behold, Even with that most blessed form, look, Mountain haunter! here on us.
yvs.16 Slay not a sire among us, slay no mother here, and to our own dear bodies, Rudra! do no harm.
yvs.16 Homage to Bhava s weapon, homage to the Lord of moving things! homage to Rudra whose bow is bent to slay, to the Lord of fields homage, homage to the charioteer who injures, none, to the Lord of forests be homage.
yvs.16 Homage to Bhava, and to Rudra homage, homage to Sarva and to Pasupati, and to Nilagriva and Sitikantha, homage.
yvs.16 Homage to Soma and to Rudra, homage to the copper coloured and to the ruddy One.
yvs.16 48 To the strong Rudra bring we these our songs of praise, to him the Lord of Heroes, with the braided hair, That it be well with all our cattle and our men, that in this village all be healthy and well fed.
yvs.16 49 Rudra, with that auspicious form of thine which healeth every day, Auspicious, healer of disease, be kind to us that we may live.
yvs.16 50 May Rudra s missile turn aside and spare us, the great wrath of the impetuous One avoid us.
yvs.24 The white, the white eyed, the reddish, these are for Rudra Lord of Beasts.
yvs.24 Long eared goats are for Yama; proud ones for Rudra; cloud coloured ones for Parjanya.
yvs.24 6 Black necked victims for Agni; white browed for the Vasus; red for Rudra; bright ones for the adityas; cloud coloured for Parjanya.
yvs.24 39 The white animal belongs to the adityas; the camel, the Ghrintivan, the rhinoceros to Mati; the Srimara belong to the Forest God; the Raru buck is Rudra s; Kvayi, cock, gallinule, these are the Vajins; the cuckoo belongs to Kama.
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.33 May both Nasatyas, Rudra, heavenly Matrons, Pushan, Sarasvati, Bhaga accept us.
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.38 15 All hail to Pushan, to the milk s skin! All hail to the press stones! All hail to their echoes! All hail to the Fathers who are above the grass, who drink the Gharma! All hail to Heaven and Earth! All hail to the All Gods! 16 All hail to Rudra invoked by worshippers! All hail! Let light combine with light.
yvs.39 9 The Fierce with blood; Mitra with obedience, Rudra with disobedience; Indra with pastime; the Maruts with strength; the Sadhyas with enjoyment.
yvs.39 Bhava s is what is on the throat; Rudra s what is between the ribs; Mahadeva s is the liver; Sarva s the rectum; Pasupati s the pericardium.

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