Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 17 Jul 2011 15:48 and updated at 17 Jul 2011 15:48


yvs.1 I lay the Trishtup metre round about thee.
yvs.2 By Trishtup metre in the air strode Vishnu.
yvs.4 For me say this to Soma: This is thine allotted Trishtup share.
yvs.5 I rub and churn thee with the Trishtup metre.
yvs.8 For Indra take I thee the lord of Trishtup. I lake thee lord of Jagati for All Gods.
yvs.9 With hendecasyllabic metre Indra won Trishtup: may I win that.
yvs.10 Be thy protectors Trishtup, the Brihat Saman, the fifteenfold praise song, the Reason Summer, and the treasure Kingship. 12 Ascend the West.
yvs.11 From the earth s seat bring thou Purishya Agni, as Angiras was wont, with Trishtup metre.
yvs.11 With Trishtup may the Rudras, like Angiras, form and fashion thee.
yvs.11 60 The Vasus make thee fragrant, as Angiras did, with Gayatri! The Rudras make thee fragrant with the Trishtup, as did Angiras! With Gayatri, like Angiras, may the adityas perfume thee.
yvs.11 Thee may the Rudras, Angiras like, fill with the Trishtup metre full.
yvs.12 Mount the Trishtup metre: stride along mid air.
yvs.13 By Gayatri, by Trishtup, by Anushtup, may he who knows bear to the Gods oblation.
yvs.13 I settle thee with the Trishtup metre.
yvs.13 The Trishtup is the daughter of Summer.
yvs.13 From the Trishtup came the Svara song.
yvs.14 The eighteen month calf is vital vigour, Trishtup the metre.
yvs.14 Gayatri metre, Trishtup metre.
yvs.21 The metre Gayatri, the steer of eighteen months, give power and life! 13 Tanunapat whose acts are pure, our bodies guard Sarasvati, Ushniha metre and the steer of two years age give power and life! 14 Agni with offerings, meet for praise, and Soma the immortal God, Anushtup metre and the steer of thirty months give power and life! 15 Agni with goodly grass spread out, deathless with Pushan at his side, Brihati metre and a steer of three years age give power and life! 16 The Doors divine, the mighty Regions, Brahma, God Brihaspati, The metre Pankti, here a bull in his fourth year, give power and life 17 The two young Darns of lovely form, the deathless Universal Gods, The Trishtup metre, here, a bull in his sixth year, give power and life! 18 The two celestial Hotars, both Physicians, Indra s close knit friends, The metre Jagati, an ox who draws the wain, give power and life! 19 The Three, Ida, Sarasvati, and Bharati, the Marut folk, Viraj the metre, here, a cow in milk, a bull, give power and life!
yvs.23 Let the Rudras anoint thee with Trishtup metre.
yvs.23 33 Gayatri, Trishtup, Jagati, and Pankti with Anushtup joined, Brihati, Kakup, Ushniha pacify thee with needle points! 34 Two footed, those that have four feet, those with three feet and those with five, Metteless, with one metre; these pacify thee with needle points! 35 May Mahanamnis, Revatis, all far spread Regions of the sky, Voices, and lightnings from the cloud pacify thee with needle points! 36 May married dames of human birth skilfully separate thy hair: The Regions, Consorts of the Gods, pacify thee with needle points!
yvs.24 12 Calves eighteen months old to Gayatri; steers of two and a half years to Trishtup; two year old steers to Jagati; three year olds to Anushtup; four year olds to Ushnih.
yvs.28 Let them enjoy the butter. Hotar, worship. 29 Let the Priest worship lofty Night and Morning, well decked, of varied hue, lovely to look on, Indra the Universal, strength bestower, Bringing him mighty power, the Trishtup metre, a bullock four years old, and vital vigour.
yvs.28 40 The Gods, two heavenly Hotars, have strengthened bright Indra, force giver, those Gods have magnified the God, With Trishtup giving Indra power, impetuous might, and vital strength.
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.38 Thou art Trishtup metre.
yvs.38 Gharma, that light of thine in air, in Trishtup, in the sacred hearth, May it increase and be confirmed for thee, that light.

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