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Rig Veda (Griffith tr.)

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     Book, Hymn, Verse
1 1, 1, 2| 2 Worthy is Agni to be praised 2 1, 2, 2| 2 Knowing the days, with Soma 3 1, 3, 2| 2 Ye Asvins, rich in wondrous 4 1, 4, 2| 2 Come thou to our libations, 5 1, 5, 2| 2 To him the richest of the 6 1, 6, 2| 2 On both sides to the car 7 1, 7, 2| 2 Indra hath ever close to 8 1, 8, 2| 2 By means of which we may 9 1, 9, 2| 2 To Indra pour ye forth thejuice, 10 1, 10, 2| 2 As up he clomb from ridge 11 1, 11, 2| 2 Strong in thy friendship, 12 1, 12, 1| 2 With callings ever they 13 1, 13, 2| 2 Son of Thyself, present, 14 1, 14, 2| 2 The Kanvas have invoked 15 1, 15, 2| 2 Drink from the Purifier' 16 1, 16, 2| 2 Here are the grains bedewed 17 1, 17, 2| 2 Guardians of men, ye ever 18 1, 18, 2| 2 The rich, the healer of 19 1, 19, 2| 2 No mortal man, no God exceeds 20 1, 20, 2| 2 They who for Indra, with 21 1, 21, 2| 2 Praise ye, O men, and glorify 22 1, 22, 2| 2 We call the Asvins Twain, 23 1, 23, 2| 2 Both Deities who touch the 24 1, 24, 2| 2 Agni the God the first among 25 1, 25, 1| 2 give us not as a prey to 26 1, 26, 2| 2 Sit ever to be chosen, as 27 1, 27, 2| 2 May the far-striding Son 28 1, 28, 2| 2 Where, like broad hips, 29 1, 29, 2| 2 O Lord of Strength, whose 30 1, 30, 2| 2 Who lets a hundred of the 31 1, 31, 2| 2 O Agni, thou, the best and 32 1, 32, 2| 2 He slew the Dragon lying 33 1, 33, 2| 2 I fly to him invisible Wealth-giver 34 1, 34, 2| 2 Three are the fellies in 35 1, 35, 2| 2 Throughout the dusky firmament 36 1, 36, 2| 2 Men have won Agni, him who 37 1, 37, 2| 2 They who, self-luminous, 38 1, 38, 1| 2 Now whither? To what goal 39 1, 39, 2| 2 Strong let your weapons 40 1, 40, 2| 2 O Son of Strength, each 41 1, 41, 2| 2 He prospers ever, free from 42 1, 42, 1| 2 Drive, Pusan, from our road 43 1, 43, 2| 2 That Aditi may grant the 44 1, 44, 1| 2 For thou art offering-bearer 45 1, 45, 1| 2 Agni, the Gods who understand 46 1, 46, 2| 2 Sons of the Sea, mighty 47 1, 47, 2| 2 Come, O ye Asvins, mounted 48 1, 48, 2| 2 They, bringing steeds and 49 1, 49, 2| 2 The chariot which thou mountest, 50 1, 50, 2| 2 The constellations pass 51 1, 51, 2| 2 As aids the skilful Rbhus 52 1, 52, 2| 2 Like as a mountain on firm 53 1, 53, 1| 2 Giver of horses, Indra, 54 1, 54, 2| 2 Sing hymns of praise to 55 1, 55, 2| 2 Like as the watery ocean, 56 1, 56, 1| 2 To him the guidance-following 57 1, 57, 1| 2 Now all this world, for 58 1, 58, 1| 2 Never decaying, seizing 59 1, 59, 2| 2 The forehead of the sky, 60 1, 60, 1| 2 Both Gods and men obey this 61 1, 61, 2| 2 Praise, like oblation, I 62 1, 62, 2| 2 Unto the great bring ye 63 1, 63, 2| 2 When thy two wandering Bays 64 1, 64, 2| 2 They spring to birth, the 65 1, 65, 2| 2 The Gods approached the 66 1, 66, 2| 2 He offers safety like a 67 1, 67, 2| 2 He, bearing in his hand 68 1, 68, 2| 2 All men are joyful in thy 69 1, 69, 2| 2 Agni, the Sage, the humble, 70 1, 70, 2| 2 He who is germ of waters, 71 1, 71, 2| 2 Our sires with lauds burst 72 1, 72, 2| 2 The Gods infallible all 73 1, 73, 1| 2 He who like Savitar the 74 1, 74, 2| 2 Who, from of old, in carnage, 75 1, 75, 2| 2 Now, Agni, will we say to 76 1, 76, 2| 2 Come hither, Agni; sit thee 77 1, 77, 2| 2 Bring him with reverence 78 1, 78, 2| 2 Thee, as thou art, desiring 79 1, 79, 2| 2 Thy well-winged flashes 80 1, 80, 2| 2 The mighty flowing Soma-draught, 81 1, 81, 2| 2 Thou, Hero, art a warrior, 82 1, 82, 2| 2 Well have they eaten and 83 1, 83, 2| 2 The heavenly Waters come 84 1, 84, 2| 2 His pair of Tawny Coursers 85 1, 85, 2| 2 Grown to their perfect strength 86 1, 86, 2| 2 Honoured with sacrifice 87 1, 87, 2| 2 When, Maruts, on the steeps 88 1, 88, 2| 2 With their red-hued or, 89 1, 89, 2| 2 May the auspicious favour 90 1, 90, 2| 2 For they are dealers forth 91 1, 91, 2| 2 Thou by thine insight art 92 1, 92, 2| 2 Readily have the purple 93 1, 93, 2| 2 The man who honours you 94 1, 94, 2| 2 The man for whom thou sacrificest 95 1, 95, 2| 2 Tvastar's ten daughters, 96 1, 96, 2| 2 At Ayu's ancient call he 97 1, 97, 2| 2 For goodly fields, for pleasant 98 1, 98, 2| 2 Present in heaven, in earth, 99 1, 100, 2| 2 Whose way is unattainable 100 1, 101, 2| 2 Indra, who with triumphant 101 1, 102, 2| 2 The Seven Rivers bear his 102 1, 103, 2| 2 He spread the wide earth 103 1, 104, 2| 2 These men have come to Indra 104 1, 105, 2| 2 Surely men crave and gain 105 1, 106, 2| 2 Come ye Adityas for our 106 1, 107, 2| 2 By praise-songs of Angirases 107 1, 108, 2| 2 As vast as all this world 108 1, 109, 2| 2 For I have heard that ye 109 1, 110, 2| 2 When, seeking your enjoyment 110 1, 111, 2| 2 For sacrifice make for us 111 1, 112, 2| 2 Ample, unfailing, they have 112 1, 113, 2| 2 The Fair, the Bright is 113 1, 114, 2| 2 Be gracious unto us, O Rudra, 114 1, 115, 2| 2 Like as a young man followeth 115 1, 116, 2| 2 Borne on by rapid steeds 116 1, 117, 2| 2 That car of yours, swifter 117 1, 118, 2| 2 Come to us with your chariot 118 1, 119, 2| 2 Even as it moveth near my 119 1, 120, 2| 2 Here let the ignorant ask 120 1, 121, 2| 2 He stablished heaven; he 121 1, 122, 2| 2 Strong to exalt the early 122 1, 123, 2| 2 She before all the living 123 1, 124, 2| 2 Not interrupting heavenly 124 1, 125, 2| 2 Rich shall he be in gold 125 1, 126, 2| 2 A hundred necklets from 126 1, 127, 2| 2 We, sacrificing, call on 127 1, 128, 2| 2 We call that perfecter of 128 1, 129, 2| 2 Hear, Indra, thou whom men 129 1, 130, 2| 2 O Indra, drink the Soma 130 1, 131, 2| 2 In all libations men with 131 1, 132, 2| 2 In war which wins the light, 132 1, 133, 2| 2 O thou who castest forth 133 1, 134, 2| 2 May the joy-giving drops, 134 1, 135, 2| 2 Purified by the stones the 135 1, 136, 2| 2 For the broad Sun was seen 136 1, 137, 2| 2 Here are the droppings; 137 1, 138, 2| 2 Thee, then, O Pusan, like 138 1, 139, 2| 2 As there ye, Mitra, Varuna, 139 1, 140, 2| 2 Child of a double birth 140 1, 141, 2| 2 Wonderful, rich in nourishment, 141 1, 142, 2| 2 Thou dealest forth, Tanunapat, 142 1, 143, 2| 2 Soon as he sprang to birth 143 1, 144, 2| 2 To him sang forth the flowing 144 1, 145, 2| 2 They ask of him: not all 145 1, 146, 2| 2 As a great Steer he grew 146 1, 147, 2| 2 Mark this my speech, Divine 147 1, 148, 2| 2 They shall not harm the 148 1, 149, 2| 2 As Steer of men so Steer 149 1, 150, 2| 2 Thou who ne'er movest thee 150 1, 151, 2| 2 As these, like friends, 151 1, 152, 2| 2 This might of theirs hath 152 1, 153, 2| 2 Your praise is like a mighty 153 1, 154, 2| 2 For this his mighty deed 154 1, 155, 2| 2 Your Soma-drinker keeps 155 1, 156, 2| 2 He who brings gifts to him 156 1, 157, 2| 2 When, Asvins, ye equip your 157 1, 158, 2| 2 Who may give you aught, 158 1, 159, 2| 2 With invocations, on the 159 1, 160, 2| 2 Widely-capacious Pair, mighty, 160 1, 161, 2| 2 The chalice that is single 161 1, 162, 2| 2 What time they bear before 162 1, 163, 2| 2 This Steed which Yama gave 163 1, 164, 2| 2 Seven to the one-wheeled 164 1, 165, 2| 2 Whose prayers have they, 165 1, 166, 2| 2 Bringing the pleasant mcath 166 1, 167, 2| 2 May the most sapient Maruts, 167 1, 168, 2| 2 Surrounding, as it were, 168 1, 169, 2| 2 The various doings of all 169 1, 170, 2| 2 The Maruts are thy brothers. 170 1, 171, 2| 2 Maruts, to you this laud 171 1, 172, 2| 2 Far be from us, O Maruts, 172 1, 173, 2| 2 Let the Bull sing with Bulls 173 1, 174, 2| 2 Indra, thou humbledst tribes 174 1, 175, 2| 2 Let our strong drink, most 175 1, 176, 2| 2 Make our songs penetrate 176 1, 177, 2| 2 Thy mighty Stallions, yoked 177 1, 178, 2| 2 Let not the Sovran Indra 178 1, 179, 2| 2 For even the men aforetime, 179 1, 180, 2| 2 Ye as ye travel overtake 180 1, 181, 2| 2 May your pure steeds, rain-drinkers, 181 1, 182, 2| 2 Longed for, most Indra-like, 182 1, 183, 2| 2 Light rolls your easy chariot 183 1, 184, 2| 2 With us, ye Mighty, let 184 1, 185, 2| 2 The Twain uphold, though 185 1, 186, 2| 2 To us may all the Gods come 186 1, 187, 2| 2 O pleasant Food, O Food 187 1, 188, 2| 2 Child of Thyself the sacrifice 188 1, 189, 2| 2 Lead us anew to happiness, 189 1, 190, 2| 2 On him wait songs according 190 1, 191, 2| 2 Coming, it kills the unobserved; 191 2, 1, 2| 2 Thine is the Herald's task 192 2, 2, 2| 2 At night and morning, Agni, 193 2, 3, 2| 2 May Narasamsa lighting up 194 2, 4, 2| 2 Bhrgus who served him in 195 2, 5, 2| 2 In whom, Leader of sacrifice, 196 2, 6, 2| 2 With this hymn let us honour 197 2, 7, 2| 2 Let no malignity prevail 198 2, 8, 2| 2 Who, guiding worshippers 199 2, 9, 2| 2 Envoy art thou, protector 200 2, 10, 2| 2 May Agni the resplendent 201 2, 11, 2| 2 Floods great and many, compassed 202 2, 12, 2| 2 He who fixed fast and firm 203 2, 13, 2| 2 They come trooping together 204 2, 14, 2| 2 Ye ministers, to him who 205 2, 15, 2| 2 High heaven unsupported 206 2, 16, 2| 2 Without whom naught exists, 207 2, 17, 2| 2 Let him be even that God 208 2, 18, 2| 2 This is prepared for him 209 2, 19, 2| 2 Cheered by this meath Indra, 210 2, 20, 2| 2 Indra, thou art our own 211 2, 21, 2| 2 To him the potent One, who 212 2, 22, 1| 2 So he resplendent in the 213 2, 23, 2| 2 Brhaspati, God immortal! 214 2, 24, 2| 2 He who with might bowed 215 2, 25, 2| 2 With heroes he shall overcome 216 2, 26, 2| 2 Worship, thou hero, chase 217 2, 27, 2| 2 With one accord may Aryaman 218 2, 28, 3| 2, Having extolled thee. Varuna, 219 2, 29, 1| 2 Ye, Gods, are providence 220 2, 30, 2| 2 His Mother-for she knew-spake 221 2, 31, 2| 2 Yea, now ye Gods of one 222 2, 32, 2| 2 Let not man's guile annoy 223 2, 33, 2| 2 With the most saving medicines 224 2, 34, 2| 2 They gleam with armlets 225 2, 35, 2| 2 To him let us address the 226 2, 36, 2| 2 Busied with sacrifice, with 227 2, 37, 2| 2 He whom of old I called 228 2, 38, 2| 2 Having gone up on high, 229 2, 39, 2| 2 Moving at morning like two 230 2, 40, 2| 2 At birth of these two Gods 231 2, 41, 2| 2 Drawn by thy team, O Vayu, 232 2, 42, 2| 2 Let not the falcon kill 233 2, 43, 2| 2 Thou like the chanter-priest 234 3, 1, 2| 2 East have we turned the 235 3, 2, 2| 2 He made the heaven and earth 236 3, 3, 2| 2 He, wondrous envoy, goes 237 3, 4, 2| 2 Agni whom daily Varuna and 238 3, 5, 2| 2 Agni hath waxen mighty by 239 3, 6, 2| 2 Thou at thy birth didst 240 3, 7, 2| 2 The Male who dwells in heaven 241 3, 8, 2| 2 Set up to eastward of the 242 3, 9, 2| 2 Since thou delighting in 243 3, 10, 2| 2 They laud thee in their 244 3, 11, 2| 2 Oblation-bearer, deathless, 245 3, 12, 2| 2 O Indra-Agni, with the man 246 3, 13, 2| 2 The Holy, whose are earth 247 3, 14, 2| 2 To thee I offer reverent 248 3, 15, 2| 2 Be thou To us, while now 249 3, 16, 2| 2 Wait, Maruts, Heroes, upon 250 3, 17, 2| 2 As thou, O Agni, skilful 251 3, 18, 2| 2 Agni, burn up the unfriendly 252 3, 19, 2| 2 Agni, to thee I lift the 253 3, 20, 2| 2 Three are thy powers, O 254 3, 21, 2| 2 For thee, O Purifier, flow 255 3, 22, 2| 2 That light of thine in heaven 256 3, 23, 2| 2 Both Bharatas, Devasravas, 257 3, 24, 2| 2 Lit with libation, Agni, 258 3, 25, 2| 2. Agni the wise bestows the 259 3, 26, 2| 2 That Agni, bright, Vaisvanara, 260 3, 27, 2| 2 Agni I laud, the Sage inspired, 261 3, 28, 2| 2 Agni, the sacrificial cake 262 3, 29, 2| 2 1n the two fire-sticks Jatavedas 263 3, 30, 2| 2 Not far for thee are mid-air' 264 3, 31, 2| 2 The Son left not his portion 265 3, 32, 2| 2 Quaff it pure, meal-blent, 266 3, 33, 2| 2 Impelled by Indra whom ye 267 3, 34, 2| 2 I stimulate thy zeal, the 268 3, 35, 2| 2 For him, the God who is 269 3, 36, 2| 2 For Indra were the Somas 270 3, 37, 2| 2 O Indra, Lord of Hundred 271 3, 38, 2| 2 Ask of the sages' mighty 272 3, 39, 2| 2 Born from the heaven e'en 273 3, 40, 2| 2 Indra, whom many laud, accept 274 3, 41, 2| 2 Our priest is seated, true 275 3, 42, 2| 2 Come, Indra, to this gladdening 276 3, 43, 2| 2 Come our true Friend, passing 277 3, 44, 2| 2 In love thou madest Usas 278 3, 45, 2| 2 He who slew Vrtra, burst 279 3, 46, 2| 2 Great art thou, Mighty Lord, 280 3, 47, 2| 2 Indra, accordant, with the 281 3, 48, 2| 2 That day when thou wast 282 3, 49, 2| 2 Whom, most heroic, borne 283 3, 50, 2| 2 I yoke thy pair of trusty 284 3, 51, 2| 2 To Indra from all sides 285 3, 52, 2| 2 Accept, O Indra, and enjoy 286 3, 53, 2| 2 Stay still, O Maghavan, 287 3, 54, 2| 2 To mighty Heaven and Earth 288 3, 55, 2| 2 Let not the Gods here injure 289 3, 56, 2| 2 One, moving not away, supports 290 3, 57, 2| 2 Indra and Pusan, deft of 291 3, 58, 2| 2 They bear you hither by 292 3, 59, 2| 2 Foremost be he who brings 293 3, 60, 2| 2 The mighty powers wherewith. 294 3, 61, 2| 2 Shine forth, O Morning, 295 3, 62, 2| 2 This man, most diligent, 296 4, 1, 2| 2 As such, O Agni, bring with 297 4, 2, 2| 2 Born for us here this day, 298 4, 3, 2| 2 This shrine have we made 299 4, 4, 2| 2 Forth go in rapid flight 300 4, 5, 2| 2 Reproach not him who, God 301 4, 6, 2| 2 He was set down mid men 302 4, 7, 2| 2 When shall thy glory as 303 4, 8, 2| 2 He, Mighty, knows the gift 304 4, 9, 2| 2 May he the Immortal, Helper, 305 4, 10, 1| 2 For thou hast ever been 306 4, 11, 2| 2 Agni, disclose his thought 307 4, 12, 2| 2 Whoso with toil and trouble 308 4, 13, 2| 2 Savitar, God, hath spread 309 4, 14, 2| 2 Producing light for all 310 4, 15, 2| 2 Three times unto our solemn 311 4, 16, 2| 2 Unyoke, as at thy journey' 312 4, 17, 2| 2 Heaven trembled at the birth 313 4, 18, 2| 2 Not this way go I forth: 314 4, 19, 2| 2 The Gods, as worn witheld, 315 4, 20, 2| 2 May Indra come to us with 316 4, 21, 2| 2 Here magnify his great heroic 317 4, 22, 2| 2 Bull, hurler of the four-edged 318 4, 23, 2| 2 What hero hath been made 319 4, 24, 2| 2 To be invoked and hymned 320 4, 25, 2| 2 Who hath with prayer bowed 321 4, 26, 2| 2 I have bestowed the earth 322 4, 27, 2| 2 Not at his own free pleasure 323 4, 28, 2| 2 Indu, with thee for his 324 4, 29, 2| 2 Man's Friend, to this our 325 4, 30, 2| 2 Like chariot-wheels these 326 4, 31, 2| 2 What genuine and most liberal 327 4, 32, 2| 2 Swift and impetuous art 328 4, 33, 1| 2 What time the Rbus had with 329 4, 34, 2| 2 Knowing your birth and rich 330 4, 35, 2| 2 Hither is come the Rbhus' 331 4, 36, 2| 2 Ye Sapient Ones who made 332 4, 37, 2| 2 May these rites please you 333 4, 38, 2| 2 And ye gave mighty Dadhikras, 334 4, 39, 2| 2 I praise the mighty Steed 335 4, 40, 2| 2 Brave, seeking war and booty, 336 4, 41, 2| 2 He who with dainty food 337 4, 42, 2| 2 I am King Varuna. To me 338 4, 43, 2| 2 Who will be gracious? Who 339 4, 44, 2| 2 Asvins, ye gained that glory 340 4, 45, 2| 2 Forth come your viands rich 341 4, 46, 2| 2 Come, team-drawn, with thy 342 4, 47, 2| 2 O Vayu, thou and Indra are 343 4, 48, 2| 2 Removing curses, drawn by 344 4, 49, 2| 2 This lovely Soma is effused, 345 4, 50, 2| 2 Wild in their course, in 346 4, 51, 2| 2 The richly-coloured Dawns 347 4, 52, 2| 2 Unfailing, Mother of the 348 4, 53, 2| 2 Sustainer of the heaven, 349 4, 54, 2| 2 For thou at first producest 350 4, 55, 2| 2 They who with laud extol 351 4, 56, 2| 2 The Goddesses with Gods, 352 4, 57, 2| 2 As the cow yieldeth milk, 353 4, 58, 2| 2 Let us declare aloud the 354 5, 1, 2| 2 For worship of the Gods 355 5, 2, 2| 2 What child is this thou 356 5, 3, 2| 2 Aryaman art thou as regardeth 357 5, 4, 2| 2 Agni, Eternal Father, offering- 358 5, 5, 2| 2 He, Narasamsa, ne'er beguiled, 359 5, 6, 2| 2 'Tis Agni whom we laud as 360 5, 7, 2| 2 Him in whose presence, when 361 5, 8, 2| 2 Thee, Agni, men have stablished 362 5, 9, 2| 2 In the man's home who offers 363 5, 10, 2| 2 Ours art thou, wondrous 364 5, 11, 2| 2 Ensign of sacrifice, the 365 5, 12, 1| 2 Mark the Law, thou who knowest, 366 5, 13, 2| 2 Eager for wealth, we meditate 367 5, 14, 2| 2 At high solemnities mortal 368 5, 15, 2| 2 By holy Law they kept supporting 369 5, 16, 2| 2 He by the splendour of his 370 5, 17, 2| 2 Near him thou seemest mightier 371 5, 18, 2| 2 For Dvita who receives through 372 5, 19, 2| 2 Discerning, have they offered 373 5, 20, 2| 2 Agni, the great who ward 374 5, 21, 2| 2 For well, O Agni, art thou 375 5, 22, 2| 2 Set Jatavedas in his place, 376 5, 23, 2| 2 Victorious Agni, bring to 377 5, 24, 2| 2 Excellent Agni, come thou 378 5, 25, 2| 2 For be is true, whpm men 379 5, 26, 2| 2 We pray thee, thou who droppest 380 5, 27, 2| 2 Protect Tryaruna, as thou 381 5, 28, 2| 2 Enkindled, thou art King 382 5, 29, 2| 2 What time the Maruts sang 383 5, 30, 2| 2 I have beheld his strong 384 5, 31, 2| 2. Haste to us, Lord of Bays; 385 5, 32, 2| 2 The fountain-depths obstructed 386 5, 33, 2| 2 So made attentive by our 387 5, 34, 2| 2 He who filled full his belly 388 5, 35, 2| 2 Indra, whatever aids be 389 5, 36, 2| 2 Lord of Bay Horses, Hero, 390 5, 37, 2| 2 With kindled fire and strewn 391 5, 38, 2| 2 The food which, Mightiest 392 5, 39, 2| 2 Bring what thou deemest 393 5, 40, 2| 2 Strong is the stone, the 394 5, 41, 2| 2 May Mitra, Varuna, Aryaman, 395 5, 42, 2| 2 May Aditi welcome, even 396 5, 43, 2| 2 With reverence and fair 397 5, 44, 2| 2 Shining to him who leaves 398 5, 45, 2| 2 Surya hath spread his light 399 5, 46, 2| 2 O Agni, Indra, Varuna, and 400 5, 47, 2| 2 Swift in their motion, hasting 401 5, 48, 2| 2 O'er all the region with 402 5, 49, 2| 2 Knowing full well the Asura' 403 5, 50, 2| 2 These, leading God, are 404 5, 51, 2| 2 Come to the sacrifice, O 405 5, 52, 2| 2 For in their boldness they 406 5, 53, 2| 2 Who, when they stood upon 407 5, 54, 2| 2 O Maruts, rich in water, 408 5, 55, 2| 2 Ye, as ye wist, have gained 409 5, 56, 2| 2 Even as thou thinkest in 410 5, 57, 2| 2 Armed with your daggers, 411 5, 58, 2| 2 The mighty glittering band, 412 5, 59, 2| 2 Earth shakes and reels in 413 5, 60, 2| 2 The Maruts, yea, the Rudras, 414 5, 61, 2| 2. Where are your horses, 415 5, 62, 2| 2 This, Mitra-Varuna, is your 416 5, 63, 2| 2 This world's imperial Kings, 417 5, 64, 2| 2 Stretch out your arms with 418 5, 65, 2| 2 For they are Kings of noblest 419 5, 66, 2| 2 For they have won unbroken 420 5, 67, 2| 2 When, Varuna and Mitra, 421 5, 68, 2| 2 Full springs of fatness, 422 5, 69, 2| 2 Ye, Varuna, have kine who 423 5, 70, 2| 2 From you, benignant Gods, 424 5, 71, 2| 2 For, Varuna and Mitra, ye 425 5, 72, 2| 2 By Ordinance and Law ye 426 5, 73, 2| 2 These here, who show o'er 427 5, 74, 2| 2 Where are they now? Where 428 5, 75, 2| 2 Pass, O ye Asvins, pass 429 5, 76, 2| 2 Most frequent guests, they 430 5, 77, 2| 2 Worship at dawn and instigate 431 5, 78, 2| 2 O Asvins, like a pair of 432 5, 79, 2| 2 Daughter of Heaven, thou 433 5, 80, 2| 2 She comes in front, fair, 434 5, 81, 2| 2 The Sapient One arrays himself 435 5, 82, 2| 2 Savitar's own supremacy, 436 5, 83, 2| 2 He smites the trees apart, 437 5, 84, 2| 2 To thee, O wanderer at will, 438 5, 85, 2| 2 In the tree-tops the air 439 5, 86, 2| 2 The Twain invincible in 440 5, 87, 2| 2 They who with might were 441 6, 1, 2| 2 As Priest thou sattest at 442 6, 2, 2| 2 For, verily, men pray to 443 6, 3, 2| 2 He hath paid sacrifices, 444 6, 4, 2| 2 May Agni, radiant Herald 445 6, 5, 2| 2 At eve and morn thy pious 446 6, 6, 2| 2 White-hued and thundering 447 6, 7, 2| 2 Him have they praised, mid-point 448 6, 8, 2| 2 That Agni, when in loftiest 449 6, 9, 2| 2 I know not either warp or 450 6, 10, 2| 2 Hear this laud, Radiant 451 6, 11, 2| 2 Thou art our guileless, 452 6, 12, 2| 2 In thee, most wise, shall 453 6, 13, 2| 2 Thou art our Bhaga to send 454 6, 14, 2| 2 Agni, in truth, is passing 455 6, 15, 2| 2 Whom, well-dis sed, the 456 6, 16, 2| 2 So with thy joyous tongues 457 6, 17, 2| 2 Drink it thou God who art 458 6, 18, 2| 2 He, Champion, Hero, Warrior, 459 6, 19, 2| 2 The bowl made Indra swift 460 6, 20, 2| 2 Even as the power of Dyaus, 461 6, 21, 2| 2 I praise that Indra, known 462 6, 22, 2| 2 Our sires of old,. Navagvas, 463 6, 23, 2| 2 Or when on that decisive 464 6, 24, 2| 2 He, Friend of man, most 465 6, 25, 2| 2 With these discomfit hosts 466 6, 26, 2| 2 The warrior, son of warrior 467 6, 27, 2| 2 In its wild joy Indra hath 468 6, 28, 1| 2 Indra aids him who offers 469 6, 29, 2| 2 Him to whose hand, men closely 470 6, 30, 2| 2 Yea, mighty I esteem his 471 6, 31, 2| 2 Through fear of thee, O 472 6, 32, 2| 2 Amid the sages, with the 473 6, 33, 2| 2 For with loud voice the 474 6, 34, 2| 2 He, praised of many, bold, 475 6, 35, 2| 2 When wilt thou gatber men 476 6, 36, 2| 2 Men have obtained his strength 477 6, 37, 2| 2 Forth to the vat the brown 478 6, 38, 2| 2 The speaker filleth with 479 6, 39, 2| 2 Craving the kine, rushing 480 6, 40, 2| 2 Drink thou of this whereof 481 6, 41, 2| 2 With that well-formed most 482 6, 42, 2| 2 With Soma go ye nigh to 483 6, 43, 2| 2 Whose gladdening draught, 484 6, 44, 2| 2 Effectual, Most Effectual 485 6, 45, 2| 2 Even to the dull and uninspired 486 6, 46, 2| 2 As such, O Wonderful, whose 487 6, 47, 2| 2 This sweet juice here had 488 6, 48, 2| 2 The Son of Strength; for 489 6, 49, 2| 2 Him, to be praised at each 490 6, 50, 2| 2 Visit, to prove us free 491 6, 51, 2| 2 The Sage who knows these 492 6, 52, 2| 2 Or he who holds us in contempt, 493 6, 53, 2| 2 Bring us the wealth that 494 6, 54, 2| 2 May we go forth with Pusan 495 6, 55, 2| 2 We pray for wealth to thee 496 6, 56, 2| 2 And he is best of charioteers. 497 6, 57, 2| 2 One by the Soma sits to 498 6, 58, 2| 2 Goat-borne, the guard of 499 6, 59, 2| 2 Thus, Indra-Agnip verily 500 6, 60, 2| 2 So battle now, O Indra and


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