Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 17 Jul 2011 14:48 and updated at 17 Jul 2011 14:48


yvs.9 8 Steed, being yoked grow wind swift: be beauteous as Indra s right hand steed.
yvs.11 Steed, be a racer fleet of foot.
yvs.11 46 Forth with loud neighing go the Steed, the Ass that shouteth as he runs.
yvs.12 78 Plants, by this name I speak to you, Mothers, to you the Goddesses: Steed, cow, and garment may I win, win back thy very self, O man.
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 15 Steed, from thy body, of thyself, sacrifice and accept thyself.
yvs.25 24 Slight us not Varuna, Aryaman, or Mitra, Ribhukshan, Indra, ayu, or the Maruts, When we declare amid the congregation the virtues of the Strong Steed, God descended.
yvs.25 27 When thrice the men lead round the Steed, in order, who goeth to the Gods as meet oblation, The goat precedeth him, the share of Pushan, and to the Gods the sacrifice announceth.
yvs.25 29 The hewers of the post and those who carry it, and those who carve the knob to deck the Horse s stake; Those who prepare the cooking vessels for the Steed, may the approving help of these promote our work.
yvs.25 32 What part of the Steed s flesh the fly hath eaten, or is left sticking to the post or hatchet, Or to the slayer s hands and nails adhereth, among the Gods, tog, may all this he with thee.
yvs.25 39 The robe they spread upon the Horse to clothe him, the upper covering and the golden trappings, The halters which restrain the Steed, the heel ropes, all these, as grateful to the Gods, they offer.
yvs.25 45 May this Steed bring us all sustaining riches, wealth in good kine, good horses, manly offspring.
yvs.25 Freedom from sin may Aditi vouchsafe us; the Steed with our oblations gain us lordship! 46 We will, with Indra and all Gods to help us, bring these existing worlds into subjection.
yvs.29 2 Balming the paths that lead to heaven with fatness, let the Steed go unto the Gods well knowing.
yvs.29 3 Thou, Steed, art meet for laud and veneration; swift, fit for sacrifice art thou, O Courser.
yvs.29 10 Let the Steed seek his home, and balmed with butter go of himself unto the Gods in season.
yvs.29 O Steed, thy birth is high and must be lauded.
yvs.29 13 This Steed, bestowed by Yama, Trita harnessed, and Indra was the first to mount and ride him.
yvs.29 23 The strong Steed hath come forward to the slaughter, pondering with a mind directed God ward.
yvs.29 21 The Steed is come unto the noblest mansion, is come unto his Father and his Mother.
yvs.33 To yellow hued abundant wealth, object of many a man s desire, loud neighing goes the tawny Steed.

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