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Rig Veda (Griffith tr.)

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    Book, Hymn, Verse
1 1, 1, 1 | Agni, the chosen Priest, God, minister of sacrifice,~ 2 1, 1, 5 | most gloriously great,~The God, come hither with the Gods.~ 3 1, 4, 6 | 6 Or whether, God of wondrous deeds, all our 4 1, 9, 2 | Ile gladdening, oinnific God.~ 5 1, 12, 6 | ways are ever true,~The God who driveth grief away.~ 6 1, 12, 7 | 8 God, Agni, be his strong defence 7 1, 13, 11| 11 God, Sovran of the Wood, present 8 1, 14, 12| to thy car, the Bays, O God, the flaming ones:~With 9 1, 15, 7 | In sacrifices praise the God.~ 10 1, 19, 2 | 2 No mortal man, no God exceeds thy mental power, 11 1, 20, 6 | ladle, wrought newly by the God Tvastar's hand -~Four ladles 12 1, 22, 5 | Savitar.~He knoweth, as a God, the place.~ 13 1, 24, 1 | 1 WHO now is he, what God among Immortals, of whose 14 1, 24, 2 | 2 Agni the God the first among the Immortals, - 15 1, 25 | WHATEVER law of thine, O God, O Varurna, as we are men,~ 16 1, 25, 13| 14 The God whom enemies threaten not, 17 1, 25, 19| 20 Thou, O wise God, art Lord of all, thou art 18 1, 26, 6 | perpetual course we sacrifice to God and God,~That gift is offered 19 1, 26, 6 | we sacrifice to God and God,~That gift is offered up 20 1, 27, 11| 11 May this our God, great, limitless, smoke-bannered 21 1, 27, 13| if we have power, pay the God worship: no better prayer 22 1, 30, 10| prccious gifts, O Friend,~Kind God to those who sing thy praise.~ 23 1, 31, 1 | Angiras, a Seer; thou wast, a God thyself, the Gods' auspicious 24 1, 31, 9 | lying in thy Parents' lap, a God among the Gods, be watchful 25 1, 31, 12| Worthy to be revered, O Agni, God, preserve our wealthy patrons 26 1, 32, 12| smote on thy bolt; thou, God without a second,~Thou hast 27 1, 35, 1 | life; I call on Savitar the God to lend us help.~ 28 1, 35, 2 | chariot he cometh, Savitar, God who looks on every creature.~ 29 1, 35, 3 | 3 The God moves by the upward path, 30 1, 35, 3 | journeys.~Savitar comes, the God from the far distance, and 31 1, 35, 4 | lofty, with golden pole, the God hath mounted,~The many-rayed 32 1, 35, 8 | regions and the Seven Rivers.~God Savitar the gold-eyed hath 33 1, 35, 10| Raksasas and Yatudhanas, the God is present, praised in hymns 34 1, 35, 11| in the air's midregion:~O God, come by those paths so 35 1, 36, 13| stand up like Savitar the God:~Erect as strength-bestower 36 1, 42 | close before us, cloud-born God.~ 37 1, 44, 5 | praiser, O most youthful God, as richly worshipped, honey-tongued,~ 38 1, 44, 7 | thee, the oblation-wafting God.~ 39 1, 50, 1 | rays bear him up aloft, the God who knoweth all that lives,~ 40 1, 50, 8 | thee, O thou farseeing One,~God, Surya, with the radiant 41 1, 50, 10| darkness we have come~To Surya, God among the Gods, the light 42 1, 58, 2 | to those who live, the God without delay gives boons 43 1, 59, 2 | Deities produced thee, a God, to be a light unto the 44 1, 62, 12| 12 Strong God, the riches which thy hands 45 1, 63, 8 | 8 O Indra, God who movest round about us, 46 1, 66, 5 | may we attain the kindled God as cows their home at eve.~ 47 1, 68, 1 | or moves,~As he the sole God is preeminent in great. 48 1, 68, 2 | are joyful in thy power, O God, that living from the dry 49 1, 71, 5 | at him his arrow, and the God threw his splendour on his 50 1, 73, 1 | He who like Savitar the God, true-minded protecteth 51 1, 73, 2 | faithful friends, like a God all-sustaining,~Like heroes 52 1, 74, 5 | all men call happy in his God,~His offerings, and his 53 1, 74, 9 | grantest from the Gods,~Thou God, to him who offers gifts.~ ~ 54 1, 84, 19| 19 Thou as a God, O Mightiest, verily blessest 55 1, 91, 14| 14 O Soma, God, the mortal man who in thy 56 1, 91, 23| 23 Do thou, God Soma, with thy Godlike spirit, 57 1, 94, 7 | brightly~as if close at hand.~O God, thou seest through even 58 1, 94, 13| 13 Thou art a God, thou art the wondrous Friend 59 1, 94, 16| knowest all good fortune, God, lengthen here the days 60 1, 100, 6 | conflict, the Lord of heroes, God invoked of many,~May he 61 1, 101, 9 | sacred grass, O team-borne God, rejoice thee.~ 62 1, 105, 14| Speed onward our oblations, God among the Gods, intelligent. 63 1, 106, 7 | Gods: may the protecting God keep us with ceaseless care.~ 64 1, 114, 10| Be gracious unto us, O God, and bless us, and then 65 1, 123, 3 | mortals,~May Savitar the God, Friend of the homestead, 66 1, 123, 10| goest, O Goddess, to the God who longs to win thee,~And 67 1, 124, 1 | their brightness.~Savitar, God, hath sentus forth to labour, 68 1, 127, 1 | all,~Lord of fair rites, a God with form erected turning 69 1, 128, 2 | old in this his from;~The God whom Matarisvan brought 70 1, 128, 3 | with a hundred eyes the God is conqueror in the wood:~ 71 1, 128, 7 | chastisement, yea, from the great God's chastisement.~ 72 1, 129, 3 | far-famed hymn to the kind God a far-famed hymn.~ 73 1, 129, 11| of wicked ones, even as a God, of wicked ones;~Thou slayer 74 1, 135, 1 | lifted up for thee, the God, to drink them first.~The 75 1, 136, 4 | share thereof, sharing, a God, among the Gods.~May all 76 1, 138, 1 | them, the Vigorous One, the God.~ 77 1, 138, 2 | As I, a man, call thee, a God, giver of bliss, to be my 78 1, 141, 1 | the fair effulgence of the God for glory was established, 79 1, 142, 3 | Narasamsa from the heavens, a God mid Gods adorable.~ 80 1, 142, 11| to sacrifice.~May Agni, God intelligent, speed our oblation 81 1, 144, 2 | home and birth-place of the God.~He, when he dwelt extended 82 1, 144, 5 | we mortals call on him a God to give us help.~He speeds 83 1, 150, 1 | keeping of the great inciting God;~ 84 1, 157, 1 | chariot for the course. God Savitar hath moved the folk 85 1, 159, 5 | thought we have when now the God is furthering us.~On us 86 1, 160, 1 | between these Goddesses the God, the fulgent Sun, travels 87 1, 164, 12| These others say that he, God with far-seeing eyes, is 88 1, 169, 8 | of cattle foremost.~Thou, God, art praised with Gods who 89 1, 173, 2 | beast that hungers.~Praised God! the glad priest brings 90 1, 173, 13| mayst thou lead us on, O God, to comfort. May we find 91 1, 180, 7 | Mighty, guard the man whose God is near him.~ 92 1, 185, 6 | general Parents, with the God's protection.~Who, beautiful 93 1, 188, 1 | kindled, thou shinest a God with Gods to-day.~Bear out 94 1, 189, 1 | lead us to riches, Agni, God who knowest every sacred 95 1, 189, 3 | that have no saving Agni.~God, make our home again to 96 1, 189, 6 | reproach or injure: for thou, God, rcscuest from all oppression.~ 97 1, 190, 3 | daily light through this God's wisdom, strong as a dread 98 1, 190, 5 | 5 Those, God, who count thee as a worthless 99 1, 190, 8 | strong and mighty, the God exceeding powerful, been 100 2, 1, 4 | Amsa in the synod, O thou God.~ 101 2, 1, 7 | who honours thee; thou art God Savitar, granter of precious 102 2, 1, 11| 11 Thou, God, art Aditi to him who offers 103 2, 1, 15| united, Agni; yea thou, God of noble birth, surpassest 104 2, 2, 6 | For our advantage, Agni, God, bring Heaven and Earth 105 2, 3, 1 | all beings.~Wise, ancient, God, the Priest and Purifier, 106 2, 3, 7 | sacred verse,~Worshipping God at ordered seasons decking 107 2, 4, 1 | to win even as a lover, God among godly people, Jatavedas.~ 108 2, 7, 1 | VASU, thou most youthful God, Bharata, Agni, bring us 109 2, 7, 2 | prevail against us, either God's or man's.~Save us from 110 2, 9, 2 | from the foeman, strong God, thou leadest us to higher 111 2, 11, 13| thy favour.~Give us, thou God, the riches that we long 112 2, 12, 1 | HE who, just born, chief God of lofty spirit by power 113 2, 13, 5 | river's paths.~Thee, such, a God, the Gods have quickened 114 2, 17, 2 | 2 Let him be even that God who, for the earliest draught 115 2, 19, 5 | gave up Surya,-Indra, the God, the Mighty, to the mortal;~ 116 2, 20, 6 | 6 He verily, the God, the glorious Indra, hath 117 2, 22 | mighty work.~So may the God attain the God, true Indu 118 2, 22 | So may the God attain the God, true Indu Indra who is 119 2, 22, 1 | share he left.~So may the God attend the God, true Indu 120 2, 22, 1 | So may the God attend the God, true Indu Indra who is 121 2, 22, 2 | praiseth thee. So may the God attend the God, true Indu 122 2, 22, 2 | So may the God attend the God, true Indu Indra who is 123 2, 22, 3 | sentest down life with a God's own power, freeing the 124 2, 23, 2 | 2 Brhaspati, God immortal! verily the Gods 125 2, 24, 11| waxen great, -~He is the God spread forth in breadth 126 2, 28, 2 | of Varuna the Mighty, the God exceeding kind to him who 127 2, 28, 9 | For in thyself, invincible God, thy statutes neer to be 128 2, 29, 5 | approach you.~Protect us, God; let not the wolf destroy 129 2, 30, 1 | slayer of Ahi, Savitar, God, Law's fulfiller,~Day after 130 2, 31, 4 | 4 Or may this Tvastar, God who rules the world with 131 2, 33, 4 | Rudra, ill praise, Strong God! or mingled invocation.~ 132 2, 33, 5 | invocations.~Ne'er may the tawny God, fair-checked, and gracious, 133 2, 33, 8 | We serve the brilliant God with adorations, we glorify, 134 2, 33, 14| avoid us.~Turn, Bounteous God, thy strong bow from our 135 2, 33, 15| as neither to be wroth, O God, nor slay us.~Here, Rudra, 136 2, 35, 5 | feed him, Goddesses to the God whom none may injure.~Within 137 2, 37, 4 | cup of the wealth-giving God.~ 138 2, 38, 1 | UPRISEN is Savitar, this God, to quicken, Priest who 139 2, 38, 2 | Having gone up on high, the God broadhanded spreads his 140 2, 38, 4 | Savitar hath approached, God, holy-minded.~ 141 2, 38, 7 | birds. These statutes of the God Savitar none disobeyeth.~ 142 2, 38, 9 | my welfare him I invoke, God Savitar, with worship.~ 143 2, 38, 10| gathered, may we be Savitar the God's beloved.~ 144 3, 2, 4 | crave from him the friendly God strength confident, choiceworthy 145 3, 3, 4 | Sire of sacrifice, great God of holy bards, Agni, the 146 3, 3, 9 | 9 Agni the God resplendent, giver of great 147 3, 3, 10| wherewith thou, O farsighted God, has found the light.~Thou 148 3, 4, 1 | Bring thou the Gods, O God, unto our worship: serve, 149 3, 4, 9 | pleased with us do thou O God, O Tvastar, give ready issue 150 3, 5, 6 | 6 The skilful God who knows all forms of knowledge 151 3, 6, 6 | fatness.~Bring hithier, O thou God, all Gods together: provide 152 3, 8, 9 | go forth as Gods to the God's dwelling-places.~ 153 3, 9, 1 | have chosen thee, mortals a God, to be our help,~The Waters' 154 3, 9, 8 | and adorable: serve ye the God attentively.~ 155 3, 10, 1 | 1. THEE Agni, God, Imperial Lord of all mankind, 156 3, 13, 1 | 1. To Agni, to this God of yours I sing aloud with 157 3, 13, 6 | O Agni, a most liberal God.~ 158 3, 14, 6 | and powers abundant that a God possesses.~Agni, to us with 159 3, 14, 7 | 7 Whatever, God, in sacrifice we mortals 160 3, 15, 3 | who long, Most Youthful God, to riches.~ 161 3, 15, 6 | milk in plenty,~Shining, O God, with Gods in clear effulgence. 162 3, 19, 4 | as they worship thee the God, O Agni, have set on thee 163 3, 20, 3 | thou bearest, immortal, God, Divine, and Jatavedas.~ 164 3, 20, 5 | 5 I call on Savitar the God, on Morning, Brhaspati, 165 3, 21, 5 | we offer thee.~Excellent God, the drops run down upon 166 3, 26, 1 | liberal, gladsome, car-borne God we Kusikas invoke him with 167 3, 27, 3 | control of thee the potent God,~Then should we overcome 168 3, 27, 7 | 7 Immortal, Sacrificer, God, with wondrous power he 169 3, 28, 2 | Accept it, O Most Youthful God.~ 170 3, 28, 5 | with riches, to Immortal God.~ 171 3, 29, 13| have brought to life the God Immortal, the Conqueror 172 3, 32, 11| 11 Thou, puissant God, more mighty, slewest. Ahi 173 3, 33, 6 | stayed our currents.~Savitar, God, the lovely-handed, led 174 3, 35, 2 | 2 For him, the God who is invoked by many, 175 3, 43, 3 | with thy Bay Steeds, Indra, God, come quickly to this our 176 3, 50, 3 | bounteous rainer.~Impetuous God, when thou hast drunk the 177 3, 54, 12| helpful, holy, may Tvastar, God, give us these things to 178 3, 55, 19| 19 Tvastar the God, the omniform. Creator, 179 3, 57, 6 | stream give us drink, O God, O Agni, wonderful and exhaustless 180 3, 59, 6 | gainful grace of Mitra,. God, supporter of the race of 181 3, 62, 10| excellent glory of Savitar the God:~So May he stimulate our 182 3, 62, 11| earnestly, of Savitar the God we crave~Our portion of 183 3, 62, 12| singers worship Savitar the God with hymn and holy rites,~ 184 4, 1, 1 | accord, sent hither down, a God, appointed messenger, yea, 185 4, 1, 1 | mortal men, the God-devoted God, the wise, have they brought 186 4, 1, 3 | bless us, O thou Wondrous God.~ 187 4, 1, 4 | put far away from us the God's displeasure.~Best Sacrificer, 188 4, 1, 6 | splendour, which the auspicious God bestows on mortals -~The 189 4, 1, 6 | bestows on mortals -~The God's glance, longed-for even 190 4, 1, 7 | eagerly longed-for, of the God, of Agni.~He came invested 191 4, 1, 9 | mortal's dwelling, and the God wins a share in his possessions.~ 192 4, 1, 20| 20 The freest God of all who should be worshipped, 193 4, 2, 1 | Immortal among mortals, a God among the Gods, appointed 194 4, 2, 10| thou acceptest, Agni, thou God a mortal's gift, thou liberal 195 4, 2, 11| backs of horses.~Lead us, O God, to wealth and noble offspring: 196 4, 2, 12| Hence mayst thou, friendly God, with rapid footsteps behold 197 4, 2, 13| priest, O Agni, who, Youngest God! with outpoured Soma serves 198 4, 2, 13| Ruler of men, thou joyous God, bring treasure splendid 199 4, 2, 19| the perfect Agni, and the God's beauteous eye that shines 200 4, 3, 3 | song of praise sing to the God Immortal, whom the stone, 201 4, 3, 14| protection, loving us, honoured God! and ever guarding.~Beat 202 4, 4, 6 | 6 Most Youthful God, he knoweth well thy favour 203 4, 4, 14| straightway do this, thou God whom power emboldens.~ 204 4, 5, 2 | 2 Reproach not him who, God and selfreliant, vouchsafed 205 4, 6, 11| 11 To thee, O flaming God, hath prayer been offered. 206 4, 7, 1 | HERE by ordainers was this God appointed first Invoker, 207 4, 7, 2 | When shall thy glory as a God, Agni, be suddenly shown 208 4, 7, 9 | 9 Bright God, thy path is black: light 209 4, 8, 3 | 3 He knows, a God himself, to guide Gods to 210 4, 11, 2 | singeth, the well, Strong God! while thou art praised 211 4, 11, 5 | pleasant, as first in rank, as God, religious mortals~Invite 212 4, 11, 6 | at evening, whom thou as God attendest for his welfare.~ 213 4, 12, 3 | Straightway the self-reliant God, Most Youthful, gives treasures 214 4, 12, 4 | 4 Most Youthful God, whatever sin, through folly, 215 4, 13, 1 | of the pious: Surya the God is rising with his splendour.~ 216 4, 13, 2 | 2 Savitar, God, hath spread on high his 217 4, 13, 4 | comest, rending apart, thou God, the black-hued mantle.~ 218 4, 14, 1 | 1. THE God hath looked, even Agni Jatavedas, 219 4, 14, 2 | the world of creatures, God Savitar hath raised aloft 220 4, 15, 1 | forth at our solemn rite,~God among Gods adorable.~ 221 4, 17, 5 | boons which Maghavan the God hath sent them.~ 222 4, 18, 12| lying still or moving?~What God, when by the foot thy Sire 223 4, 20, 7 | Mighty, vouchsafe us riches, God invoked of many!~ 224 4, 22, 3 | 3 God who of all the Gods was 225 4, 22, 4 | 4 Before the High God, at his birth, heaven trembled, 226 4, 23, 4 | possesseth?~May he, the God, mark well my truthful praises, 227 4, 23, 5 | friendship with a mortal hath the God chosen as this morn is breaking?~ 228 4, 24, 4 | 4 Strong God! the folk at need put forth 229 4, 24, 8 | matron calls to the Strong God whom pressers of Soma have 230 4, 30, 10| ruined car.~When the strong God had shattered it.~ 231 4, 30, 24| Watchful One, may Aryaman the God give thee all goodly things.~ 232 4, 30, 24| May Risan, Bhaga, and the God Karulati give all things 233 4, 47, 1 | to drink the Soma juice, God, longed-for, on thy team-drawn 234 4, 53, 1 | 1. OF Savitar the God, the sapient Asura, we crave 235 4, 53, 1 | with his rays the Great God hath vouchsafed to us.~ 236 4, 53, 3 | the heaven and earth: the God for his own strengthening 237 4, 53, 4 | to be deceived, Savitar, God, protects each holy ordinance.~ 238 4, 53, 6 | 6 Most gracious God, who brings to life and 239 4, 53, 6 | us shelter, -Savitar the God,- for tranquil life, with 240 4, 53, 7 | s seasons hath Savitar, God, come nigh: may he prosper 241 4, 54, 1 | praise and honour Savitar the God: at this time of the day 242 4, 54, 4 | that power of Savitar the God whereby he will maintain 243 4, 54, 4 | What the fair-fingered God brings forth on earth's 244 4, 55, 5 | Maruts, of Parvata, of Bhaga God who rescues.~From trouble 245 4, 55, 7 | us, save us the saviour God with care unceasing.~We 246 4, 58, 3 | roars loudly: the mighty God hath entered in to mortals.~ 247 5, 1, 10| 10 To thee, Most Youthful God! to thee, O Agni from near 248 5, 2, 11| fashioned.~If thou, O Agni, God, accept it gladly, may we 249 5, 3, 4 | Gods through thy glory, God who art so lovely! granting 250 5, 3, 5 | as guest thou dwellest, O God, by sacrifice shall conquer 251 5, 3, 8 | At this dawn's flushing, God! our ancient fathers served 252 5, 3, 8 | of wealth thou goest, a God cnkindled with good things 253 5, 5, 1 | flame, the well-enkindled God,~Offer thick sacrificial 254 5, 6, 3 | 3 Agni the God of all mankind, gives, verily, 255 5, 6, 4 | 4 God, Agni, we will kindle thee, 256 5, 6, 9 | 9 Thou, brilliant God, within thy mouth warmest 257 5, 8, 4 | pleased with us, Angiras! as a God enkindled by the noble with 258 5, 8, 5 | 5 Thou, Agni! multiform, God who art lauded much! givest 259 5, 9, 1 | O Agni, worship thee the God.~I deem thee Jatavedas: 260 5, 9, 7 | riches, thou victorious God.~May he protect and nourish 261 5, 11, 3 | thee, O Agni, worshipped God: thy banner was the smoke 262 5, 12, 2 | of a new song, Agni?~The God, the Guardian of the seasons, 263 5, 13, 2 | praise to-day,~Praise of the God who touches heaven.~ 264 5, 14, 3 | heaven, all glorify him Agni, God,~With ladle that distilleth 265 5, 14, 5 | 5 Serve Agni, God adorable, the Sage whose 266 5, 14, 6 | They have exalted Agni, God of all mankind, with oil 267 5, 15, 5 | the compass of thy vigour, God! that broad stream of thine 268 5, 16, 1 | praise to, Agni, to the God~Whom men have set in foremost 269 5, 16, 3 | him the rich, high-flaming God,~On whom, loud-roaring, 270 5, 17, 1 | 1. GOD, may a mortal call the Strong 271 5, 18, 3 | with lengthened life,~For, God who givest steeds! that 272 5, 21, 2 | unto thee, thou highborn God whose food is oil.~ 273 5, 21, 3 | sacrifices men adore thee as a God, O Sage.~ 274 5, 21, 4 | Let mortal man adore your God, Agni, with worship due 275 5, 22, 2 | Jatavedas in his place, Agni the God and Minister.~Let sacrifice 276 5, 22, 3 | come to thee for aid, the God of most observant mind.~ 277 5, 23, 4 | 4 For he, the God of all men, hath gotten 278 5, 23, 4 | homes shine forth, bright God! for our prosperity, shine, 279 5, 24, 4 | O Most Bright, O Radiant God, we come with prayer for 280 5, 25, 1 | sing near, for grace, your God Agni, for he is good to 281 5, 26, 7 | sacred gifts,~MostYouthful, God and Minister.~ 282 5, 27, 3 | Trasadasyu served thee, God Most Youthful, craving thy 283 5, 32, 5 | his vitals felt that, the God's bolt, which his powers 284 5, 32, 8 | 8 The fierce God seized that huge and restless 285 5, 34, 4 | 4 The Strong God doth not flee away from 286 5, 34, 4 | man's offered gifts: this God, the source of riches, doth 287 5, 41, 6 | praises with his songs, the God and Singer;~And, praying 288 5, 42, 3 | bedew him ~So then let him, God Savitar, provide us excellent, 289 5, 42, 5 | 5 God Bhaga, Savitar who deals 290 5, 42, 11| favour: adore the Asura, God, with salutations.~ 291 5, 43, 3 | beautiful bright juice to Vayu.~God, as our Priest, be thou 292 5, 43, 12| 12 Set in his seat the God whose back is dusky, Brhaspati 293 5, 45, 1 | doors of men, too, hath the God thrown open.~ 294 5, 49, 1 | 1. THIS day I bring God Savitar to meet you, and 295 5, 49, 2 | time of coming, worship God Savitar with hymns and praises.~ 296 5, 50, 1 | friendship of the guiding God.~Each one solicits him for 297 5, 50, 2 | 2 These, leading God, are thine, and these here 298 5, 50, 5 | these thy riches, Leader God! that rule the car, be blest 299 5, 50, 5 | ponder as we praise the God.~ 300 5, 51, 13| may Agni the beneficent, God of all men, this day be 301 5, 81, 1 | the praise of Savitar the God.~ 302 5, 81, 3 | 3 Even he, the God whose going-forth and majesty 303 5, 81, 4 | the night: yea, thou, O God, art Mitra through thy righteous 304 5, 81, 5 | alone: Pusan art thou, O God, in all thy goings-forth.~ 305 5, 82, 1 | WE crave of Savitar the God this treasure much to be 306 5, 82, 4 | 4 Send us this day, God Savitar, prosperity with 307 5, 82, 5 | 5 Savitar, God, send far away all sorrows 308 5, 82, 6 | sight of Aditi through the God Savitar's influence,~May 309 5, 82, 7 | this day elect the general God, Lord of the good,~Savitar 310 5, 82, 8 | Is Savitar the thoughtful God.~ 311 5, 85, 6 | hindered this the most wise God's mighty deed of magic,~ 312 6, 1, 4 | They who approached the God's abode with homage, eager 313 6, 2, 11| 11 O Agni, God with Mitra's might, call 314 6, 3, 1 | with Mitra, guardest, O God, by banishing his trouble.~ 315 6, 3, 3 | 3 Bright God, whose look is free from 316 6, 5, 1 | with hymns, the Youngest God, whose speech is guileless;~ 317 6, 10, 3 | praise to Agni,~And the God, wondrous bright, with wondrous 318 6, 11, 2 | most delightful Herald, the God, among mankind, of holy 319 6, 13, 1 | Agni, from thee, Auspicious God! spring all our blessings -~ 320 6, 13, 2 | Mitra, Controller, Agni! God! of many a blessing.~ 321 6, 13, 4 | Enjoys each precious thing, O God, O Agni, gains wealth of 322 6, 14, 5 | For with his wisdom Agni, God, protects the mortal from 323 6, 14, 6 | 6 O Agni, God with Mitra's might call 324 6, 15, 2 | Vitahavya, O thou wondrous God.~ 325 6, 15, 4 | oblation-bearer, envoy, God, I seek with hymns.~ 326 6, 15, 6 | hither with your hymns. A God among the Gods, he loveth 327 6, 15, 6 | choice, loveth our service, God mid Gods.~ 328 6, 16, 3 | 3 For well, O God, Disposer, thou knowest, 329 6, 16, 7 | thought implore thee, Agni, God, at holy rites,~To come 330 6, 16, 12| For us thou winnest, Agni, God, heroic strength exceeding 331 6, 16, 24| the Marut host,~Excellent God! and Heaven and Earth.~ 332 6, 16, 32| from us with thy tongue, O God, the man who doeth evil 333 6, 16, 41| banquet of the Gods the God best finder-out of wealth,~ 334 6, 16, 43| Harness, O Agni, O thou God, thy steeds which are most 335 6, 16, 46| mortal man who serves the God with banquet, and, bringing 336 6, 17, 2 | 2 Drink it thou God who art impetuous victor, 337 6, 18, 14| 14 In thee, O God, the wisest of the Sages, 338 6, 19, 13| Through these thy friendships, God invoked of many! may we 339 6, 21, 3 | ne'er dishonour, O Mighty God, thy Law who art Immortal.~ 340 6, 22, 9 | creatures thou art the King, O God of splendid aspect.~In thy 341 6, 22, 11| Thou whom no fiend, no God can stay or hinder, come 342 6, 24, 1 | are with Indra: impetuous God, he quaffs the juice of 343 6, 25, 1 | powers support us, Strong God! in battle that subdues 344 6, 30, 4 | is like thee, Indra, no God superior to thee, no mortal.~ 345 6, 31, 5 | distant Roamer, and, glorious God, spread among men my glory.~ 346 6, 37, 5 | may our songs magnify the God Most Mighty.~Best Vrtra-slayer 347 6, 39, 1 | attendant, hast thou drunken. God, send the singer food with 348 6, 42, 2 | beakers to the Impetuous God, to Indra with the drops 349 6, 42, 3 | effused, ye come before the God,~Full wise he knows the 350 6, 44, 1 | which is wealthiest, Wealthy God in splendoursmost illustrious,~ 351 6, 44, 4 | conquering all, Most Bounteous, God of all the tribes.~ 352 6, 44, 16| drunken,~That it may cheer the God to gracious favour, and 353 6, 44, 20| 20 Beside the vat, Strong God! stand thy strong Horses, 354 6, 44, 22| 22 This God, with might, when first 355 6, 45, 9 | foil their arts, unbending God!~ 356 6, 46, 5 | excellent,~Wherewith, O Wondrous God, fair-visored, thunder-armed, 357 6, 46, 6 | is weak in us, Excellent God, make firm: make our foes 358 6, 48, 1 | the Wise and Everlasting God, even as a well-beloved 359 6, 48, 7 | with thy pure brilliancy, O God,~Kindled, Most Youthful 360 6, 48, 7 | hand, shine on us, O pure God, with wealth, shine, Purifier! 361 6, 48, 8 | hundred winters, Youngest God! and those who make thy 362 6, 48, 20| be our guide,~Be it the God's, O Maruts, or a mortal 363 6, 48, 21| glory in a moment like the God, the Sun, goes round the 364 6, 49, 3 | Unlike in form are the Red God's two Daughters: one is 365 6, 49, 9 | life-bestower, the ever active God, fair-armed, fair-handed.~ 366 6, 50, 8 | hither and approach us, the God who rescues, Holy, goldenhanded,~ 367 6, 50, 8 | Holy, goldenhanded,~The God who, bounteous as the face 368 6, 50, 13| 13 May this God Savitar, the Lord, the Offspring 369 6, 53, 4 | our enemies afar.~Strong God, be all our thoughts fulfilled.~ 370 6, 55, 1 | Deliverance, come, bright God!~Let us twain go together: 371 6, 55, 3 | 3 Bright God whose steeds are goats, 372 6, 55, 6 | conveying Pusan on his car,~The God who visiteth mankind.~ 373 6, 56, 1 | Need think no more upon the God.~ 374 6, 56, 4 | to thee, Wise, Wondrous God whom many praise,~Give thou 375 6, 58, 2 | beholding every creature, Pusan, God, goes forth.~ 376 6, 68, 9 | far-extending hymn to Varuna the God, sublime, imperial Lord,~ 377 6, 71, 1 | effectual wisdom Savitar the God hath stretched out golden 378 6, 71, 2 | vivifying force of Savitar the God, that he may give us wealth:~ 379 6, 71, 3 | auspicious, firm and true.~God of the golden tongue, keep 380 6, 71, 4 | 4 This Savitar the God, the golden-handed, Friend 381 6, 71, 6 | our song be happy gainers, God, of a fair and spacious 382 6, 73, 3 | treasures, hath won, this God, the great stalls filled 383 7, 1, 3 | with flame, Most Youthful God, that never fadeth.~To thee 384 7, 1, 20| these my prayers, O Agni; O God, pour blessings on our chiefs 385 7, 1, 22| displeasure, thine as a God, O Son of Strength, o'ertake 386 7, 1, 25| these my prayers, O Agni; O God, pour blessings on bur chiefs 387 7, 2, 9 | pleased with us do thou, O God, O Tvastar, give ready issue 388 7, 2, 10| shall offer worship, for the God'sgenerations well he knoweth.~ 389 7, 3, 1 | ASSOCIATE with fires, make your God Agni envoy at sacrifice, 390 7, 4, 3 | must we all assemble, this God's whom men have seized in 391 7, 4, 4 | foolish.~Here, O victorious God, forbear to harm us: may 392 7, 4, 6 | hero valour,~Victorious God, let us not sit about thee 393 7, 5, 8 | Wherewith, all-bounteous God, thou pourest riches, as 394 7, 6, 7 | 7 Vaisvanara the God, at the sun's setting, hath 395 7, 7, 1 | I SEND forth even your God, victorious Agni, like a 396 7, 8, 3 | lauded?~When, Bounteous God, may we be lords of riches, 397 7, 10, 2 | sing praises,~Agni, the God, who knows their generations 398 7, 10, 3 | forth to Agni, seeking the God and asking him for riches,~ 399 7, 10, 5 | sacrifices Agni, Most Youthful God, the joyous Herald.~For 400 7, 14, 1 | offered gifts serve we the God whose flame is bright:~Let 401 7, 14, 2 | sacrifice! with butter, thee, God of blessed light! with our 402 7, 14, 3 | we be his who pays thee, God, due honour. Ye Gods, preserve 403 7, 15, 1 | his mouth, the bounteous God's whom we must serve.~His 404 7, 15, 7 | Bright, rich in heroes, Agni! God~ 405 7, 15, 12| fame: Bhaga and Savitar the God,~And Did give us what is 406 7, 15, 13| consume our enemies, O God,~Eternal, with the hottest 407 7, 16, 8 | Guard them, Victorious God, from slander and from harm. 408 7, 16, 11| 11 The God who gives your wealth demands 409 7, 16, 11| full again: then doth the God pay heed to you.~ 410 7, 17, 5 | 5 Wise God, win for us things that 411 7, 17, 7 | 7 To thee the God may we perform our worship: 412 7, 20, 6 | who win themselves this God's terrific spirit.~He who 413 7, 21, 4 | Skilled in all manly deeds the God terrific hath with his weapons 414 7, 21, 5 | nor fiends, O Mightiest God, with their devices.~Let 415 7, 21, 5 | their devices.~Let our true God subdue the hostile rabble: 416 7, 24, 3 | 3 Come, thou Impetuous; God, from earth or heaven; come 417 7, 25, 2 | 3 God of the fair helm, give Sudas 418 7, 25, 3 | art, Hero.~Strong, Mighty God, dwell with me now and ever: 419 7, 27, 2 | open: unclose for us, Wise God, thy hidden bounty.~ 420 7, 28, 2 | sages' prayer which, Potent God, thou guardest.~What time 421 7, 30, 1 | power and strength, O Mighty God, approach us: be the augmenter, 422 7, 30, 4 | those who give rich gifts, O God and Hero.~Grant to our princes 423 7, 31, 9 | attain to thee, the Wondrous God, in heaven:~Let all the 424 7, 32, 18| should support the singer, God. who givest wealth! and 425 7, 35, 6 | 6 Be the God Indra with the Vasus friendly, 426 7, 35, 10| Prosper us Savitar, the God who rescues, and let the 427 7, 35, 13| 13 May Aja-Ekapad, the God, be gracious, gracious the 428 7, 38, 1 | high hath Savitar, this God, extended the golden lustre 429 7, 38, 3 | 3 Let Savitar the God he hymned with praises, 430 7, 38, 4 | Goddess praises, rejoicing in God Savitar's incitement:~Even 431 7, 38, 6 | wealth which Savitar the God possesses.~The mighty calls 432 7, 40, 1 | course is rapid.~Whate'er God Savitar this day produces, 433 7, 40, 5 | branches of this swift-moving God, the bounteous Visnu.~Hence 434 7, 45, 1 | 1. MAY the God Savitar, rich in goodly 435 7, 45, 3 | 3 May this God Savitar, the Strong and 436 7, 46, 1 | strong, the self-dependent God with swiftly-flying shafts,~ 437 7, 46, 3 | by.~Thou, very gracious God, bast thousand medicines: 438 7, 52, 3 | riches from Savitar the God, obtained them.~So may our 439 7, 63, 1 | is mounting upward;~The God, the eye of Varuna and Mitra, 440 7, 63, 3 | ascendeth.~This Savitar, God, is my chief joy and pleasure, 441 7, 64, 3 | 3 May the dear God, and Varuna and Mitra conduct 442 7, 66, 9 | 9 May we be thine, God Varuna, and with our princes, 443 7, 72, 4 | poets offer their devotions.~God Savitar hath sent aloft 444 7, 76, 1 | 1. SAVITAR God of all men hath sent upward 445 7, 79, 5 | 5 Impelling every God to grant his bounty sending 446 7, 82, 10| Savitar's song of praise, the God who strengthens Law.~ 447 7, 83, 10| Savitar's song of praise, the God who strengthens Law.~ 448 7, 86, 7 | serve, free from sin, the God inclined to anger.~This 449 7, 86, 7 | to the simple: the wiser God leads on the wise to riches.~ 450 7, 87, 4 | times seven.~The sapient God, knowing the place's secret, 451 7, 89, 3 | 3 O Bright and Powerful God, through want of strength 452 7, 89, 5 | thy laws, punish us not, O God, for that iniquity.~ 453 7, 90, 3 | 3 The God whom both these worlds brought 454 7, 92, 1 | offered, whose first draught, God, thou takest as thy portion.~ 455 7, 97, 2 | That he, the Bounteous God, may find us sintess, who 456 7, 97, 5 | foeless, the clear-voiced God, the Holy One of households~ 457 7, 99, 1 | O Visnu, we know: thou God, knowest the highest also.~ 458 7, 99, 2 | who is born or being born, God Visnu, hath reached the 459 7, 100, 3 | times strode forth this God in all his grandeur over 460 7, 101, 2 | of growth to plants, the God who ruleth over the waters 461 7, 102, 2 | 2 Parjanya is the God who forms in kine, in mares, 462 8, 1, 22| not, may he, All-praised, God whom the pious glorify,~ 463 8, 1, 23| and rejoice thyself, O God, in manifold affluence.~ 464 8, 2, 1 | thou art full:~Undaunted God, we give it thee.~ 465 8, 2, 5 | Repels, the far-extending God;~ 466 8, 2, 7 | him, for Indra, for the God, be pressed three draughts 467 8, 2, 8 | for one offering to the God.~ 468 8, 4, 17| to praise thee, Radiant God.~Excellent Lord, 'tis strange 469 8, 4, 18| 18 My kine, O Radiant God, seek pasture where they 470 8, 6, 45| praised, shall bring thee, God whom all invoke,~Hither 471 8, 7, 10| for the Thunder-wielding God,~From the great cask, the 472 8, 11, 1 | 1. THOU Agni, God mid mortal men, art guard 473 8, 11, 6 | help, mortals, we call the God to aid:~We call on Agni 474 8, 12, 2 | the great Dasagva, and the God~Who stirs the sunlight, 475 8, 12, 6 | 6 The God who from afar hath sent 476 8, 12, 15| songs for aid and eulogy:~God, thy Bays turn not from 477 8, 12, 19| 19 To magnify the God, the God, Indra, yea, Indra 478 8, 12, 19| To magnify the God, the God, Indra, yea, Indra for your 479 8, 12, 24| contain the Thunder-wielding God:~They shake before his violent 480 8, 14, 4 | 4 None is there, Indra, God or man, to hinder thy munificence,~ 481 8, 14, 11| For thou, O Indra, art the God whom hymns and praises magnify:~ 482 8, 18, 20| aid, the Asvins, and the God who saves,~Mitra and Varuna 483 8, 19, 1 | The Gods have made the God to be their messenger,~And 484 8, 19, 14| command, adores the Perfect God,~Blest with his thoughts 485 8, 19, 17| thee Sage exceeding wise,~O God, for men to look upon:~ 486 8, 19, 18| arranged thine altar Blessed God, at morn brought thine oblation, 487 8, 19, 22| Agni, Young and Radiant God, proclaimest with thy song 488 8, 19, 24| 24 The God, the Friend of man, who 489 8, 19, 24| our gifts to heaven, the God with his sweet-smelling 490 8, 19, 24| Invoking Priest, Immortal God.~ 491 8, 19, 25| And I were the Immortal God~ 492 8, 19, 28| my wish~A mortal with a God to help.~ 493 8, 21, 2 | free-giver, as our Guardian God.~ 494 8, 21, 8 | our powers, fair-visored God.~ 495 8, 23, 18| thee their messenger:~Thou, God, through hearing, hadst 496 8, 23, 30| Thou, Agni, art a glorious God: bring hither Mitra, Varuna,~ 497 8, 24, 11| prayers gone forth to any God but thee:~So help us, Maghavan, 498 8, 24, 20| no cattle back, Celestial God,~Speak wondrous speech more 499 8, 25, 12| serve bountiful Visnu, the God who slayeth none:~Self-moving 500 8, 25, 16| 16 Here this one God, the Lord of men, looks


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