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Rig Veda (Griffith tr.)

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     Book, Hymn, Verse
1 1, 1, 3| 3 Through Agni man obtaineth 2 1, 2, 3| 3 Vayu, thy penetrating stream 3 1, 3, 3| 3 Nisatyas, wonder-workers, 4 1, 4, 3| 3 So may we be acquainted 5 1, 5, 3| 3 May he stand by us in our 6 1, 6, 3| 3 Thou, making light where 7 1, 7, 3| 3 Indra hath raised the Sun 8 1, 8, 3| 3 Aided by thee, the thunder-armed, 9 1, 9, 3| 3 O Lord of all men, fair 10 1, 10, 3| 3 Harness thy pair of strong 11 1, 11, 3| 3 The gifts of Indra from 12 1, 12, 2| 3 Bring the Gods hither, Agni, 13 1, 13, 3| 3 Dear Narasamsa, sweet of 14 1, 14, 3| 3 Indra, Vayu, Brhaspati, 15 1, 15, 3| 3 O Nestar, with thy Dame 16 1, 16, 3| 3 Indra at early morn we call, 17 1, 17, 3| 3 Sate you, according to your 18 1, 18, 3| 3 Let not the foeman's curse, 19 1, 19, 3| 3 All Gods devoid of guile, 20 1, 20, 3| 3 They for the two Nasatyas 21 1, 21, 3| 3 Indra and Agni we invite, 22 1, 22, 3| 3 Dropping with honey is your 23 1, 23, 3| 3 The singers' for their aid, 24 1, 24, 3| 3 To thee, O Savitar, the 25 1, 25, 2| 3 To gain thy mercy, Varuna, 26 1, 26, 3| 3 For here a Father for his 27 1, 27, 3| 3 Lord of all life, from near; 28 1, 28, 3| 3 There where the woman marks 29 1, 29, 3| 3 Lull thou asleep, to wake 30 1, 30, 3| 3 When for the strong, the 31 1, 31, 3| 3 To Matarisvan first thou, 32 1, 32, 3| 3 Impetuous as a bull, he 33 1, 33, 3| 3 Mid all his host, he bindeth 34 1, 34, 3| 3 Thrice in the self-same 35 1, 35, 3| 3 The God moves by the upward 36 1, 36, 3| 3 Thee for our messenger we 37 1, 37, 3| 3 One hears, as though 'twere 38 1, 38, 2| 3 Where are your newest favours 39 1, 39, 3| 3 When what is strong ye overthrow, 40 1, 40, 3| 3 May Brahmanaspati draw nigh, 41 1, 41, 3| 3 The Kings drive far away 42 1, 42, 2| 3 Who lurks about the path 43 1, 43, 3| 3 That Mitra and that Varuna, 44 1, 44, 2| 3 As messenger we choose to-day 45 1, 45, 2| 3 O Jatavedas, great in act, 46 1, 46, 3| 3 Your giant coursers hasten 47 1, 47, 3| 3 O Asvins, ye who strengthen 48 1, 48, 3| 3 Usas hath dawned, and now 49 1, 49, 3| 3 Bright Usas, when thy times 50 1, 50, 3| 3 His herald rays are seen 51 1, 51, 3| 3 Thou hast disclosed the 52 1, 52, 3| 3 For he stays e'en the stayers, 53 1, 53, 2| 3 Indra, most splendid, powerful, 54 1, 54, 3| 3 Sing forth to lofty Dyaus 55 1, 55, 3| 3 Thou swayest, Indra, all 56 1, 56, 2| 3 Victorious, great is he; 57 1, 57, 2| 3 To him the terrible, most 58 1, 58, 2| 3 Set high in place o'er all 59 1, 59, 3| 3 As in the Sun firm rays 60 1, 60, 2| 3 May our fair praise, heart-born, 61 1, 61, 3| 3 To him then with my lips 62 1, 62, 3| 3 When Indra and the Angirases 63 1, 63, 3| 3 Faithful art thou, these 64 1, 64, 3| 3 Young Rudras, demon-slayers, 65 1, 65, 3| 3 Like grateful food, like 66 1, 66, 3| 3 With flame insatiate, like 67 1, 67, 3| 3 He, like the Unborn, holds 68 1, 68, 3| 3 Strong is the thought of 69 1, 69, 3| 3 Born in the dwelling like 70 1, 70, 3| 3 Agni is Lord of riches for 71 1, 71, 3| 3 They stablished order, made 72 1, 72, 3| 3 Because with holy oil the 73 1, 73, 2| 3 He who on earth dwells like 74 1, 74, 3| 3 And let men say, Agni is 75 1, 75, 3| 3 Who, Agni, is thy kin, of 76 1, 76, 3| 3 Burn thou up all the Riksasas, 77 1, 77, 3| 3 For he is mental power, 78 1, 78, 3| 3 As such, like Angiras we 79 1, 79, 3| 3 When he comes streaming 80 1, 80, 3| 3 Go forward, meet the foe, 81 1, 81, 3| 3 When war and battles are 82 1, 82, 3| 3 Maghavan, we will reverence 83 1, 83, 3| 3 Praiseworthy blessing hast 84 1, 84, 3| 3 Slayer of Vrtra, mount thy 85 1, 85, 3| 3 When, Children of the Cow, 86 1, 86, 3| 3 Yea, the strong man to whom 87 1, 87, 3| 3 Earth at their racings trembles 88 1, 88, 3| 3 For beauty ye have swords 89 1, 89, 3| 3 We call them hither with 90 1, 90, 3| 3 Shelter may they vouchsafe 91 1, 91, 3| 3 Thine are King Varuna's 92 1, 92, 3| 3 They sing their song like 93 1, 93, 3| 3 The man who offers holy 94 1, 94, 3| 3 May we have power to kindle 95 1, 95, 3| 3. Three several places of 96 1, 96, 3| 3 Praise him, ye Aryan folk, 97 1, 97, 3| 3 Best praiser of all these 98 1, 98, 3| 3 Be this thy truth, Vaisvanara, 99 1, 100, 3| 3 Whose paths go forth in 100 1, 101, 3| 3 He whose great work of manly 101 1, 102, 3| 3 Maghavan, grant us that 102 1, 103, 3| 3 Armed with his bolt and 103 1, 104, 3| 3 He who hath only wish as 104 1, 105, 3| 3 O never may that light , 105 1, 106, 3| 3 May the most glorious Fathers 106 1, 107, 3| 3 This laud of ours may Varuna 107 1, 108, 3| 3 For ye have won a blessed 108 1, 109, 3| 3 Let us not break the cords: 109 1, 110, 3| 3 Savitar therefore gave you 110 1, 111, 3| 3 Do ye, O Rbhus, make prosperity 111 1, 112, 3| 3 Ye by the might which heavenly 112 1, 113, 3| 3 Common, unending is the 113 1, 114, 3| 3 By worship of the Gods may 114 1, 115, 3| 3 Auspicious are the Sun's 115 1, 116, 3| 3 Yea, Asvins, as a dead man 116 1, 117, 3| 3 Ye freed sage Atri, whom 117 1, 118, 3| 3 With your well-rolling car, 118 1, 119, 3| 3 When striving man with man 119 1, 120, 3| 3 Such as ye: are, all-wise, 120 1, 121, 3| 3 Lord of red dawns, he came 121 1, 122, 3| 3 Cheer us the Roamer round, 122 1, 123, 3| 3 If, Dawn, thou Goddess nobly 123 1, 124, 3| 3 There in the eastern region 124 1, 125, 3| 3 Longing, I came this morning 125 1, 126, 3| 3 Horses of dusky colour stood 126 1, 127, 3| 3 He with his shining glory 127 1, 128, 3| 3 In ordered course forthwith 128 1, 129, 3| 3 Thou, Mighty, pourest forth 129 1, 130, 3| 3 He found the treasure brought 130 1, 131, 3| 3 Couples desirous of thine 131 1, 132, 3| 3 This food glows for thee 132 1, 133, 3| 3 Do thou, O Maghavan, beat 133 1, 134, 3| 3 Two red steeds Vayu yokes, 134 1, 135, 3| 3 Come thou with hundreds, 135 1, 136, 3| 3 With Aditi the luminous, 136 1, 137, 3| 3 As 'twere a radiant-coloured 137 1, 138, 3| 3 Thou, Pusan, in whose friendship 138 1, 139, 3| 3 Asvins, the pious call you 139 1, 140, 3| 3 The pair who dwell together, 140 1, 141, 3| 3 What time from out the deep, 141 1, 142, 3| 3 He wondrous, sanctifying, 142 1, 143, 3| 3 His flames that wax not 143 1, 144, 3| 3 Seeking in course altern 144 1, 145, 3| 3 To him these ladles go, 145 1, 146, 3| 3 Coming together to their 146 1, 147, 3| 3 Thy guardian rays, O Agni, 147 1, 148, 3| 3 Him in his constant seat 148 1, 149, 3| 3 He who hath lighted up the 149 1, 150, 3| 3 Splendid, O Singer, is that 150 1, 151, 3| 3 The folk have glorified 151 1, 152, 3| 3 The Footless Maid precedeth 152 1, 153, 3| 3 O Mitra-Varuna, Aditi the 153 1, 154, 3| 3 Let the hymn lift itself 154 1, 155, 3| 3 These offerings increase 155 1, 156, 3| 3 Him have ye satisfied, singers, 156 1, 157, 3| 3 Nigh to us come the Asvins' 157 1, 158, 3| 3 As erst for Tugra's son 158 1, 159, 3| 3 These Sons of yours well 159 1, 160, 3| 3 Son of these Parents, he 160 1, 161, 3| 3 What to the envoy Agni in 161 1, 162, 3| 3 Dear. to all Gods, this 162 1, 163, 3| 3 Yama art thou, O Horse; 163 1, 164, 3| 3 The seven who on the seven-wheeled 164 1, 165, 3| 3 Whence comest thou alone, 165 1, 166, 3| 3 To whomsoever, bringer of 166 1, 167, 3| 3 Close to them clings one 167 1, 168, 3| 3 They who, like Somas with 168 1, 169, 3| 3 That spear of thine sat 169 1, 170, 3| 3 Agastya, brother, why dost 170 1, 171, 3| 3 The Maruts, praised by us, 171 1, 172, 3| 3 O Bounteous Givers, touch 172 1, 173, 3| 3 May the Priest come circling 173 1, 174, 3| 3 With whom thou drivest troops 174 1, 175, 3| 3 Thou, Hero, winner of the 175 1, 176, 3| 3 Within whose hands deposited 176 1, 177, 3| 3 Ascend thy mighty car: the 177 1, 178, 3| 3 Victorious with the men, 178 1, 179 | Agastya responds in stanza 3, and in the second half 179 1, 179, 3| 3 Non inutilis est labor cui 180 1, 180, 3| 3 Ye have deposited, matured 181 1, 181, 3| 3 Your car is like a torrent 182 1, 182, 3| 3 What make ye there, ye Mighty? 183 1, 183, 3| 3 Ascend your lightly rolling 184 1, 184, 3| 3 Nasatyas, Pusans, ye as 185 1, 185, 3| 3 I call for Aditi's unrivalled 186 1, 186, 3| 3 Agni I sing, the guest you 187 1, 187, 3| 3 Come hitherward to us, O 188 1, 188, 3| 3 Invoked and worthy of our 189 1, 189, 3| 3 Far from us, Agni, put thou 190 1, 190, 3| 3 The praise, the verse that 191 1, 191, 3| 3 Sara grass, Darbha, Kusara, 192 2, 1, 3| 3 Hero of Heroes, Agni! Thou 193 2, 2, 3| 3 Him have the Gods established 194 2, 3, 3| 3 Adored in heart, as is thy 195 2, 4, 3| 3 Among the tribes of men 196 2, 5, 3| 3 When swift he follows this 197 2, 6, 3| 3 As such, lover of song, 198 2, 7, 3| 3 So through thy favour may 199 2, 8, 3| 3 Who for his glory is extolled 200 2, 9, 3| 3 May we adore thee in thy 201 2, 10, 3| 3 On wood supine they got 202 2, 11, 3| 3 For, Hero, in the lauds 203 2, 12, 3| 3 Who slew the Dragon, freed 204 2, 13, 3| 3 One priest announces what 205 2, 14, 3| 3 Ye ministers, to him who 206 2, 15, 3| 3 From front, as 'twere a 207 2, 16, 3| 3 Not by both worlds is thine 208 2, 17, 3| 3 Thou didst perform thy first 209 2, 18, 3| 3 To Indra's car the Bay Steeds 210 2, 19, 3| 3 Indra, this Mighty One, 211 2, 20, 3| 3 May Indra, called with solemn 212 2, 21, 3| 3 Still Victor, loved by mortals, 213 2, 22, 2| 3 Brought forth together with 214 2, 23, 3| 3 When thou hast chased away 215 2, 24, 3| 3 That was a great deed for 216 2, 25, 3| 3 He, mighty like a raving 217 2, 26, 3| 3 He with his folk, his house, 218 2, 27, 3| 3 These Gods, Adityas, vast, 219 2, 28, 4| 3 May we be in thy keeping, 220 2, 29, 2| 3 What service may we do you 221 2, 30, 3| 3 Aloft he stood above the 222 2, 31, 3| 3 Or may our Indra here, the 223 2, 32, 3| 3 Bring hither with benignant 224 2, 33, 3| 3 Chief of all born art thou 225 2, 34, 3| 3 They drip like horses in 226 2, 35, 3| 3 Some floods unite themselves 227 2, 36, 3| 3 Come unto us, ye swift to 228 2, 37, 3| 3 Fat may the horses be wherewith 229 2, 38, 3| 3 Though borne by swift steeds 230 2, 39, 3| 3 Like to a pair of horns 231 2, 40, 3| 3 Soma and Pusan, urge your 232 2, 41, 3| 3 Indra and Vayu, drawn by 233 2, 42, 3| 3 Bringing good tidings, Bird 234 2, 43, 3| 3 When singing here, O Bird. 235 3, 1, 3| 3 The Prudent, he whose will 236 3, 2, 3| 3 Within the range of their 237 3, 3, 3| 3 Sages shall glorify Agni 238 3, 4, 3| 3 The thought that bringeth 239 3, 5, 3| 3 Amid men's homes hath Agni 240 3, 6, 3| 3 Both Heaven and Earth and 241 3, 7, 3| 3 Wise Master, wealthy finder-out 242 3, 8, 3| 3 Lord of the Forest, raise. 243 3, 9, 3| 3 O'er pungent smoke host 244 3, 10, 3| 3 He, verily, who honours 245 3, 11, 3| 3 Ensign of sacrifice from 246 3, 12, 3| 3 Through force of sacrifice 247 3, 13, 3| 3 He is the Sage who guides 248 3, 14, 3| 3 The Two who show their vigour, 249 3, 15, 3| 3 Bull, who beholdest men, 250 3, 16, 3| 3 As such, O Agni, deal us 251 3, 17, 3| 3 Three are thy times of life, 252 3, 18, 3| 3 With fuel, Agni, and with 253 3, 19, 3| 3 Of keenest spirit is the 254 3, 20, 3| 3 O Agni, many are the names 255 3, 21, 3| 3 Agni, Most Excellent! for 256 3, 22, 3| 3 O Agni, to the sea of heaven 257 3, 23, 3| 3 Him nobly born of old the 258 3, 24, 3| 3 With splendour, Agni, Son 259 3, 25, 3| 3 Agni, infallible, lights 260 3, 26, 3| 3 Age after age Vaisvanara, 261 3, 27, 3| 3 O Agni, if we might obtain 262 3, 28, 3| 3 Agni, enjoy the cake of 263 3, 29, 3| 3 Lay this with care on that 264 3, 30, 3| 3 Fair cheeks hath Indra, 265 3, 31, 3| 3 Agni was born trembling 266 3, 32, 3| 3 Those who gave increase 267 3, 33, 3| 3 I have attained the most 268 3, 34, 3| 3 Leading, his band Indra 269 3, 35, 3| 3 Bring the strong Steeds 270 3, 36, 3| 3 Drink and wax great. Thine 271 3, 37, 3| 3 O Indra, Lord of Hundred 272 3, 38, 3| 3 Assuming in this world mysterious 273 3, 39, 3| 3 The Mother of the Twins 274 3, 40, 3| 3 Indra, with all the Gods 275 3, 41, 3| 3 These prayers, O thou who 276 3, 42, 3| 3 To Indra have my songs of 277 3, 43, 3| 3 Pleased, with thy Bay Steeds, 278 3, 44, 3| 3 The heaven with streams 279 3, 45, 3| 3 Like pools of water deep 280 3, 46, 3| 3 He hath surpassed all measure 281 3, 47, 3| 3 And, drinker at due seasons, 282 3, 48, 3| 3 Desiring food he came unto 283 3, 49, 3| 3 Victor in fight, swift mover 284 3, 50, 3| 3 With milk they made Indra 285 3, 51, 3| 3 Where battle's spoil is 286 3, 52, 3| 3 Consume our sacrificial 287 3, 53, 3| 3 Adhvaryu, sing we both; 288 3, 54, 3| 3 O Heaven and Earth, may 289 3, 55, 3| 3 My wishes fly abroad to 290 3, 56, 3| 3 The Bull who wears all shapes, 291 3, 57, 3| 3 Fain to lend vigour to the 292 3, 58, 3| 3 With lightly-rolling car 293 3, 59, 3| 3 joying in sacred food and 294 3, 60, 3| 3 Friendship with Indra have 295 3, 61, 3| 3 Thou, Morning, turning thee 296 3, 62, 3| 3 O Indra-Varuna, ours be 297 4, 1, 3| 3 Do thou, O Friend, turn 298 4, 2, 3| 3 I laud the ruddy steeds 299 4, 3, 3| 3 A hymn, O Priest, to him 300 4, 4, 3| 3 Send thy spies forward, 301 4, 5, 3| 3 Sharp-pointed, powerful, 302 4, 6, 3| 3 The glowing ladle, filled 303 4, 7, 3| 3 Seeing thee faithful to 304 4, 8, 3| 3 He knows, a God himself, 305 4, 9, 3| 3 Around the altar is he led, 306 4, 10, 2| 3 Through these our praises 307 4, 11, 3| 3 From thee, O Agni, springs 308 4, 12, 3| 3 Agni is Master of sublime 309 4, 13, 3| 3 Him whom they made to drive 310 4, 14, 3| 3 Red Dawn.is come, riding 311 4, 15, 3| 3 Round the oblations hath 312 4, 16, 3| 3 When the Bull, quaffing, 313 4, 17, 3| 3 Hurling his bolt with might 314 4, 18, 3| 3 He bent his eye upon the 315 4, 19, 3| 3 The insatiate one, extended, 316 4, 20, 3| 3 Thou, honouring this our 317 4, 21, 3| 3 Hither let Indra come from 318 4, 22, 3| 3 God who of all the Gods 319 4, 23, 3| 3 How heareth Indra offered 320 4, 24, 3| 3 Him, verily, the men invoke 321 4, 25, 3| 3 Who claims to-day the Deities' 322 4, 26, 3| 3 In the wild joy of Soma 323 4, 27, 3| 3 When with loud cry from 324 4, 28, 3| 3 Indra smote down, Agni consumed, 325 4, 29, 3| 3 Make his cars hear, that 326 4, 30, 3| 3 Not even all the gathered 327 4, 31, 3| 3 Do thou who art Protector 328 4, 32, 3| 3 Even with the weak thou 329 4, 33, 2| 3 May they who made their 330 4, 34, 3| 3 For you was made this sacrifice, 331 4, 35, 3| 3 Ye made fourfold the chalice 332 4, 36, 3| 3 O Vajas, Rbhus, reaching 333 4, 37, 3| 3 Your threefold going near 334 4, 38, 3| 3 Whom, as 'twere down a precipice, 335 4, 39, 3| 3 Him who hath honoured, when 336 4, 40, 3| 3 His pinion, rapid runner, 337 4, 41, 3| 3 Indra and Varuna are most 338 4, 42, 3| 3 I Varuna am Indra: in their 339 4, 43, 3| 3 So many days do ye come 340 4, 44, 3| 3 Who bringeth you to-day 341 4, 45, 3| 3 Drink of the meath with 342 4, 46, 3| 3 May steeds a thousand bring 343 4, 47, 3| 3 O Indra-Vayu, mighty Twain, 344 4, 48, 3| 3 The two dark treasuries 345 4, 49, 3| 3 As Soma-drinkers to our 346 4, 50, 3| 3 Brhaspati, from thy remotest 347 4, 51, 3| 3 Dispelling gloom this day 348 4, 52, 3| 3 Yea, and thou art the Asvins' 349 4, 53, 3| 3 He hath filled full the 350 4, 54, 3| 3 If we, men as we are, have 351 4, 55, 3| 3 The Housewife Goddess, Aditi, 352 4, 56, 3| 3 Sure in the worlds he was 353 4, 57, 3| 3 Sweet be the plants for 354 4, 58, 3| 3 Four are his horns, three 355 5, 1, 3| 3 When he hath stirred the 356 5, 2, 3| 3 I saw him from afar gold-toothed, 357 5, 3, 3| 3 The Maruts deck their beauty 358 5, 4, 3| 3 The Sage of men, the Lord 359 5, 5, 3| 3 Adored, O Agni, hither bring 360 5, 6, 3| 3 Agni the God of all mankind, 361 5, 7, 3| 3 When we present to him the 362 5, 8, 3| 3 The tribes of men praise 363 5, 9, 3| 3 Whom, as an infant newly-born, 364 5, 10, 3| 3 Agni, increase our means 365 5, 11, 3| 3 Pure , unadorned, from thy 366 5, 12, 2| 3 How hast thou, follower 367 5, 13, 3| 3 May Agni, Priest among mankind, 368 5, 14, 3| 3 That he may bear their gifts 369 5, 15, 3| 3 Averting woe, they labour 370 5, 16, 3| 3 All rests upon the laud 371 5, 17, 3| 3 Yea, this is by the light 372 5, 18, 3| 3 Nobles, with song I call 373 5, 19, 3| 3 Svaitreya's people, all 374 5, 20, 3| 3 Thee, Agni, would we choose 375 5, 21, 3| 3 Thee have all Gods of one 376 5, 22, 3| 3 All mortals come to thee 377 5, 23, 3| 3 For all the folk with one 378 5, 24, 3| 3 So hear us, listen to this 379 5, 25, 3| 3 With wisdom that surpasseth 380 5, 26, 3| 3 We have enkindled thee, 381 5, 27, 3| 3 So Trasadasyu served thee, 382 5, 28, 3| 3 Show thyself strong for 383 5, 29, 3| 3 And, O ye Brahmans, Maruts, 384 5, 30, 3| 3 We will tell, Indra, when 385 5, 31, 3| 3 When out of strength arose 386 5, 32, 3| 3 Indra with violence smote 387 5, 33, 3| 3 They were not turned to 388 5, 34, 3| 3 Illustrious is the man whoever 389 5, 35, 3| 3 The aid most excellent of 390 5, 36, 3| 3 Invoked of many, Caster 391 5, 37, 3| 3 This wife is coming near 392 5, 38, 3| 3 O Darter of the Stone, the 393 5, 39, 3| 3 Thy lofty spirit, far-renowned 394 5, 40, 3| 3 As strong I call on thee 395 5, 41, 3| 3 You will I call to feed 396 5, 42, 3| 3 In spirit him, the Sagest 397 5, 43, 3| 3 Adhvaryus, make the sweet 398 5, 44, 3| 3 Truth waits upon oblation 399 5, 45, 3| 3 This laud hath won the burden 400 5, 46, 3| 3 Indra and Agni, Mitra, Varuna, 401 5, 47, 3| 3 Steer, Sea, Red Bird with 402 5, 48, 3| 3 With pressing-stones and 403 5, 49, 3| 3 Not for reward doth Pusan 404 5, 50, 3| 3 So further honour as our 405 5, 51, 3| 3 O Singer, with the singers, 406 5, 52, 3| 3 Like steers in rapid motion 407 5, 53, 3| 3 To me they told it, and 408 5, 54, 3| 3 They gleam with lightning, 409 5, 55, 3| 3 Strong, born together, they 410 5, 56, 3| 3 Earth, like a bounteous 411 5, 57, 3| 3 From hills and heaven ye 412 5, 58, 3| 3 This day may all your water-bringers, 413 5, 59, 3| 3 As the exalted horn of bulls 414 5, 60, 3| 3 Though vast and tall, the 415 5, 61, 3| 3 The whip is laid upon the 416 5, 62, 3| 3 O Mitra-Varuna, ye by your 417 5, 63, 3| 3 Imperial Kings, strong, 418 5, 64, 3| 3 That I may gain a refuge 419 5, 65, 3| 3 Approaching you with prayer 420 5, 66, 3| 3 Therefore we praise you 421 5, 67, 3| 3 All these, possessors of 422 5, 68, 3| 3 So help ye us to riches, 423 5, 69, 3| 3 I call at dawn on Aditi 424 5, 70, 3| 3 Guard us, O Rudras. with 425 5, 71, 3| 3 Come to the juice that we 426 5, 72, 3| 3 May Varuna and Mitra, for 427 5, 73, 3| 3 Another beauteous wheel 428 5, 74, 3| 3 Whom do ye visit, whom approach? 429 5, 75, 3| 3 Come to us, O ye Asvin Pair, 430 5, 76, 3| 3 Yea, come at milking-time, 431 5, 77, 3| 3 Covered with gold, meath-tinted, 432 5, 78, 3| 3 O Asvins rich in gifts, 433 5, 79, 3| 3 So, bringing treasure, dawn 434 5, 80, 3| 3 She, harnessing her car 435 5, 81, 3| 3 Even he, the God whose going-forth 436 5, 82, 3| 3 For Savitar who is Bhaga 437 5, 83, 3| 3 Like a car-driver whipping 438 5, 84, 3| 3 Who graspest with thy might 439 5, 85, 3| 3 Varuna lets the big cask, 440 5, 86, 3| 3 Impetuous is their strength, 441 5, 87, 3| 3 Who by the psalm they sing 442 6, 1, 3| 3 In thee, still watching, 443 6, 2, 3| 3 Of one accord men kindle 444 6, 3, 3| 3 Bright God, whose look is 445 6, 4, 3| 3 Whose might the very heavens 446 6, 5, 3| 3 Thou from of old hast dwelt 447 6, 6, 3| 3 Incited by the wind thy 448 6, 7, 3| 3 From thee, O Agni, springs 449 6, 8, 3| 3 Wonderful Mitra propped 450 6, 9, 3| 3 For both the warp and woof 451 6, 10, 3| 3 Mid mortal men that singer 452 6, 11, 3| 3 For even the blessed longing 453 6, 12, 3| 3 Whose blaze most splendid, 454 6, 13, 3| 3 Agni! the hero slays with 455 6, 14, 3| 3 The foeman's wealth in many 456 6, 15, 3| 3 Be thou the foeless helper 457 6, 16, 3| 3 For well, O God, Disposer, 458 6, 17, 3| 3 Drink as of old, and let 459 6, 18, 3| 3 Thou, thou alone, hast tamed 460 6, 19, 3| 3 Stretch out those hands 461 6, 20, 3| 3 Indra, Strong, Victor, Mightier 462 6, 21, 3| 3 He hath made pathways, with 463 6, 22, 3| 3 We seek that Indra to obtain 464 6, 23, 3| 3 Let Indra drink the pressed-out 465 6, 24, 3| 3 The lofty axle of thy wheels, 466 6, 25, 3| 3 Those who array themselves 467 6, 26, 3| 3 Thou didst impel the sage 468 6, 27, 3| 3 All thy vast power, O Maghavan, 469 6, 28, 2| 3 These are ne'er lost, no 470 6, 29, 3| 3 Thy devotees embrace thy 471 6, 30, 3| 3 E'en now endures thine exploit 472 6, 31, 3| 3 With Kutsa, Indra! thou 473 6, 32, 3| 3 Famed for great deeds, with 474 6, 33, 3| 3 Both races, Indra, of opposing 475 6, 34, 3| 3 They make their way to Indra 476 6, 35, 3| 3 Yea, when wilt thou, O Indra, 477 6, 36, 3| 3 Associate with him, as teams 478 6, 37, 3| 3 Bringing us hitherward all-potent 479 6, 38, 3| 3 Him have I sung with my 480 6, 39, 3| 3 This Indu lighted darksome 481 6, 40, 3| 3 The fire is kindled, Soma 482 6, 41, 3| 3 This drop, steer-strong 483 6, 42, 3| 3 What time, with Soma, with 484 6, 43, 3| 3 In whose wild joy thou settest 485 6, 44, 3| 3 Wherewith thou art increased 486 6, 45, 3| 3 Great are his ways of guiding 487 6, 46, 3| 3 We call upon that Indra, 488 6, 47, 3| 3 This stirreth up my voice 489 6, 48, 3| 3 Agni, thou beamest forth 490 6, 49, 3| 3 Unlike in form are the Red 491 6, 50, 3| 3 And, O ye Heaven and Earth, 492 6, 51, 3| 3 I praise you Guards of mighty 493 6, 52, 3| 3 Why then, O Soma, do they 494 6, 53, 3| 3 Even him who would not give, 495 6, 54, 3| 3 Unharmed is Pusan's chariot 496 6, 55, 3| 3 Bright God whose steeds 497 6, 56, 3| 3 And there the best of charioteers 498 6, 57, 3| 3 Goats are the team that 499 6, 58, 3| 3 O Pusan, with thy golden 500 6, 59, 3| 3 These who delight in flowing


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