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256 prayer
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252 sun
252 swift
249 fair
246 pavamana

Rig Veda (Griffith tr.)

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sun

    Book, Hymn, Verse
1 1, 7, 3 | 3 Indra hath raised the Sun on high in heaven, that 2 1, 14, 9 | 9 Away, from the Sun's realm of light, the wise 3 1, 23, 17| Waters gathered near the Sun, and those wherewith the 4 1, 23, 17| and those wherewith the Sun is joined,~Speed forth this 5 1, 23, 21| that I long may see the Sun.~ 6 1, 24, 8 | pathway, a pathway for the Sun wherein to travel.~Where 7 1, 32, 4 | enchanters,~Then, giving life to Sun and Dawn and Heaven, thou 8 1, 33, 8 | spies he compassed with the Sun of morning.~ 9 1, 34, 5 | thrice grant us fame; for the Sun's daughter hath mounted 10 1, 35, 9 | away sickness, bids the Sun approach us, and spreads 11 1, 43, 5 | shines in splendour like the Sun, refulgent as bright gold 12 1, 46, 10| lighten up the branch, the Sun appeared as it were gold:~ 13 1, 48, 7 | beyond the rising of the Sun:~Borne on a hundred chariots 14 1, 50, 2 | Before the all-beholding Sun'~ 15 1, 50, 7 | with thy beams our days,~Sun, seeing all things that 16 1, 51, 4 | Indra, didst raise the Sun in heaven for all to see.~ 17 1, 52, 8 | settest in the heaven the Sun for all to see.~ 18 1, 56, 3 | waits upon Indra as the Sun attends the Dawn,~Then. 19 1, 59, 3 | 3 As in the Sun firm rays are set for ever, 20 1, 62, 5 | foe-destroyer, hast, with the Dawn, Sun, rays, dispellcd the darkness.~ 21 1, 66, 1 | 1. LIKE the Sun's glance, like wealth of 22 1, 71, 9 | swiftly on his journey, the Sun, alone is ever Lord of riches.~ 23 1, 83, 5 | Law, sprang up the loving Sun.~Usana Kavya straightway 24 1, 84, 1 | Indra-vigour fill thee full, as the Sun fills mid-air with rays.~ 25 1, 86, 5 | That reaches even to the Sun.~ 26 1, 89, 7 | is Agni, brilliant as the Sun,-hither let all the Gods 27 1, 90, 8 | and full of sweets the Sun:~May our milch-kine be sweet 28 1, 102, 2 | display his comely form.~The Sun and Moon in change alternate 29 1, 105, 12| floods is Law, Truth is the Sun's extended light. Mark this 30 1, 105, 16| 16 That pathway of the Sun in heaven, made to be highly 31 1, 108, 12| 12 If, when the Sun to the mid-heaven hath mounted, 32 1, 112, 13| Wherewith ye, compass round the Sun when far away, strengthened 33 1, 113, 9 | be kindled, and with the Sun's eye hast revealed creation.~ 34 1, 113, 16| approacheth.~She for the Sun hath left a path to travel 35 1, 115, 1 | moveth not or moveth, the Sun hath filled the air and 36 1, 115, 2 | followeth a maiden, so doth the Sun the Dawn, refulgent Goddess:~ 37 1, 115, 3 | 3 Auspicious are the Sun's Bay-coloured Horses, bright, 38 1, 115, 5 | 5 In the sky's lap the Sun this form assumeth that 39 1, 116, 17| 17 The Daughter of the Sun your car ascended, first 40 1, 117, 5 | destruction's bosom, or like the Sun when dwelling in the darkness.~ 41 1, 117, 13| Cyavana.~The Daughter of the Sun with all her glory, O ye 42 1, 118, 5 | youthful Daughter of the Sun, delighting in you, ascended 43 1, 121, 6 | us rapture, and like the Sun shine forth from yonder 44 1, 121, 7 | good logs, is ready, at the Sun's worship to bind fast the 45 1, 121, 13| strong Bay Horses of the Sun thou stayedst: this Etasa 46 1, 122, 15| conquering Ayavasa.~Now like the Sun, O Varuna and Mitra, your 47 1, 123, 3 | homestead, declare before the Sun that we are sinless.~ 48 1, 124, 1 | fire is kindled, and the Sun rising, far diffuse their 49 1, 130, 2 | bring thee hither as the Sun, as every day they bring 50 1, 130, 2 | every day they bring the Sun.~ 51 1, 130, 9 | might at dawn he tore the Sun's wheel off. Bright red, 52 1, 135, 3 | comes co-radiant with the Sun.~Brought by attendant priests 53 1, 136, 2 | 2 For the broad Sun was seen a path more widely 54 1, 141, 13| spread forth as spreads the Sun above the rain-clouds.~ 55 1, 146, 4 | the River: to these the Sun of men was manifested.~ 56 1, 149, 3 | heaven,~Bright like the Sun, with hundredfold existence.~ 57 1, 151, 5 | neighbourhood they cry unto the Sun at morning and at evening, 58 1, 160, 1 | Goddesses the God, the fulgent Sun, travels by fixed decree.~ 59 1, 161, 10| the refuse at the set of sun. How did the Parents aid 60 1, 163, 2 | grasped. O Vasus, from out the Sun ye fashioned forth the Courser.~ 61 1, 164, 14| far-stretching car-pole.~The Sun's eye moves encompassed 62 1, 164, 25| stablished, and saw the Sun in the Rathantara Saman.~ 63 1, 168, 5 | on many errands like the Sun's diurnal Steed.~ 64 1, 174, 5 | Wind are docile.~Let the Sun roll his chariot wheel anear 65 1, 190, 3 | may he bring forth, as the Sun sends his arms out,~He who 66 1, 191 | HYMN CXCI Water. Grass. Sun.~ 67 1, 191, 8 | Slayer of things unseen, the Sun, beheld of all, mounts, 68 1, 191, 10| I hang the poison in the Sun, a wine-skin in a vintner' 69 2, 8, 4 | shines refulgent like the Sun, with brilliance and with 70 2, 12, 7 | He who gave being to the Sun and Morning, who leads the 71 2, 19, 3 | to the ocean.~He gave the Sun his life, he found the cattle, 72 2, 23, 2 | As with great light the Sun brings forth the rays of 73 2, 24, 9 | and wealth, the glowing Sun untroubled sends forth fervent 74 3, 14, 4 | camest, spreading them as the Sun of men, with lustre.~ 75 3, 15, 2 | thou a guardian when the Sun hath mounted..~Accept, as 76 3, 22, 3 | those up yonder in the Sun's realm of light, and those 77 3, 26, 8 | accordant, he purified the Sun with three refinings;~By 78 3, 31, 15| the song, the fire, and Sun and Morning.~ 79 3, 32, 8 | of marvels, he begot the Sun and Morning.~ 80 3, 34, 9 | gained possession of the Sun and Horses, Indra obtained 81 3, 39, 5 | Dasagvas Indra found the Sun lying hidden in the darkness.~ 82 3, 49, 4 | Illumining the nights, the Sun's creator, like Dhisana 83 3, 53, 15| famine.~The Daughter of the Sun hath spread our glory among 84 3, 54, 19| May Earth and Heaven, the Sun, the waters, hear us, and 85 4, 3, 8 | Maruts, how answer the great Sun when thou art questioned?~ 86 4, 13, 2 | what time they make the Sun ascend the heaven.~ 87 4, 16, 14| time thou settest near the Sun thy body, thy form, Immortal 88 4, 25, 4 | long shall he look upon the Sun up-rising,~Who sayeth, Let 89 4, 30, 4 | battled,~Thou stolest away the Sun's car-wheel.~ 90 4, 30, 6 | thou speddest forth the Sun,~And holpest Etasa with 91 4, 31, 5 | share thee even with the Sun.~ 92 4, 31, 6 | course~With thee and with the Sun alike,~ 93 4, 38, 10| People with vigour, as the Sun lightens the waters.~May 94 4, 41, 6 | sons and grandsons, for the Sun's beauty and for steer-like 95 4, 43, 2 | which the Daughter of the Sun elected.~ 96 4, 45, 2 | bright radiance like the Sun.~ 97 4, 45, 6 | bright radiance like the Sun;~And the Sun harnessing 98 4, 45, 6 | radiance like the Sun;~And the Sun harnessing his horses goeth 99 5, 14, 4 | the Kine, the Floods, the Sun.~ 100 5, 26, 2 | bright-rayed! who lookest on the Sun,~Bring the Gods hither to 101 5, 27, 6 | rule like the unwasting Sun in heaven.~ 102 5, 29, 10| 10 One car-wheel of the Sun thou rolledst forward, and 103 5, 31, 11| carried forward e'en the Sun's chariot backward in its 104 5, 32, 6 | waxing in the gloom which no sun lightened,~Him, after loud-voiced 105 5, 40, 9 | 9 The Atris found the Sun again, him whom Svarbhanu 106 5, 42, 9 | ample guerdon.~Far from the sun keep those who hate devotion, 107 5, 45, 1 | throw the mountain open.~The Sun hath risen and oped the 108 5, 51, 15| 15 Like Sun and Moon may we pursue in 109 5, 54, 5 | of yours hath, like the Sun, extended o'er a lengthened 110 5, 54, 10| 10 When, as the Sun hath risen up, ye take delight, 111 5, 54, 15| forth mid men like as the Sun.~Accept, O Maruts, graciously 112 5, 55, 3 | majesty~Resplendent as the Sun's beams in their light are 113 5, 55, 4 | like the shining of the Sun.~So lead us with your aid 114 5, 59, 3 | for splendid might, as the Sun's eye set in the firmament' 115 5, 59, 5 | floods of rain they make the Sun's eye fade away,~ 116 5, 62, 8 | and iron-pillared when the Sun is setting,~And from that 117 5, 63, 4 | resteth in the heaven. The Sun, the wondrous weapon, cometh 118 5, 63, 7 | all the world. Ye set the Sun in heaven as a refulgent 119 5, 69, 3 | call at noon and when the Sun is setting.~I pray, O Mitra-Varuna, 120 5, 76, 3 | noon of day and when the Sun is setting,~By day, by night, 121 5, 79, 9 | perform thy task.~Let not the Sun with fervent heat consume 122 5, 85, 5 | meted the earth out with the Sun as with a measure.~ 123 6, 2, 6 | For, Purifier! like the Sun thou beamest with thy radiant 124 6, 4, 3 | with wonder: bright as the Sun he clothes himself with 125 6, 17, 3 | songs exalt thee.~Make the Sun visible, make food abundant, 126 6, 17, 5 | gavest splendour to the Sun and Morning.~The mighty 127 6, 21, 3 | made pathways, with the Sun to aid him, throughout the 128 6, 30, 2 | regions, and every day the Sun became apparent.~ 129 6, 30, 5 | liveth, engendering at once Sun, Heaven, and Morning.~ 130 6, 31, 3 | rentest him: thou stolest the Sun's wheel and didst drive 131 6, 32, 2 | Amid the sages, with the Sun he brightened the Parents: 132 6, 44, 23| Consort, and set within the Sun the light that lights him.~ 133 6, 48, 17| that Celestial Bird the Sun.~ 134 6, 48, 21| moment like the God, the Sun, goes round the space of 135 6, 49, 3 | two Daughters: one is the Sun's, and stars bedeck the 136 6, 52, 5 | minded, and look upon the Sun when he arises.~Grant this 137 6, 59, 8 | keep them distant from the Sun.~ 138 6, 72, 1 | achievements.~Ye found the Sun ye found the light of heaven: 139 6, 72, 2 | to Morning, and led the Sun on high with all his splendour.~ 140 7, 3, 6 | approaches, and like the wondrous Sun thy light thou showest.~ 141 7, 6, 7 | Vaisvanara the God, at the sun's setting, hath taken to 142 7, 8, 4 | Agni he shineth like the Sun with lofty splendour.~He 143 7, 9, 2 | Panis, brought the bright Sun to us who feedeth many.~ 144 7, 10, 2 | 2 He, like the Sun, hath shone while Morn is 145 7, 33, 8 | 8 Like the Sun's growing glory is their 146 7, 34, 19| they burn their foes as the Sun burns the earth.~ 147 7, 35, 8 | 8 May the far-seeing Sun rise up to bless us: be 148 7, 60, 1 | 1. WHEN thou, O Sun, this day, arising sinless, 149 7, 60, 2 | O Varuna and Mitra, this Sun ascendeth up by both the 150 7, 63, 5 | O Mitra-Varuna, when the Sun hath risen.~ 151 7, 65, 1 | hymns I call you, when the Sun hath risen, Mitra, and Varuna 152 7, 66, 4 | 4 So when the Sun hath risen to-day, may sinless 153 7, 66, 7 | 7 Soon as the Sun hath risen, to you, to Mitra-Varuna, 154 7, 66, 12| So at the rising of the Sun we think of you with hymns 155 7, 76, 3 | which were aforetime at the Sun's uprising.~Since thou, 156 7, 78, 3 | She hath brought forth Sun, sacrifice, and Agni, and 157 7, 79, 1 | with beauteous oxen. The Sun with light hath opened earth 158 7, 80, 2 | hath turned thoughts to Sun and fire and worship.~ 159 7, 81, 2 | 2 The Sun ascending, the refulgent 160 7, 81, 2 | at thine arising, and the Sun's, may we attain the share 161 7, 82, 3 | fountains of the floods: the Sun have ye brought forward 162 7, 104, 24| perish, and see no more the Sun when he arises.~ 163 8, 1, 29| 29 My praises when the Sun hath risen, my praises at 164 8, 3, 6 | hath Indra lighted up the Sun.~In Indra are all creatures 165 8, 3, 20| were the flaming fires, the Sun gave forth his shine, and 166 8, 6, 10| I was born like unto the Sun.~ 167 8, 7, 8 | loosened rein so that the Sun may run his course,~And 168 8, 7, 22| the mighty waters, and the Sun,~And, joint by joint, the 169 8, 9, 18| shinest together with the Sun,~And to this man-protecting 170 8, 10, 4 | worshippers rise without the Sun:~These who foreknow the 171 8, 12, 7 | his arms,~When, like the Sun, he hath increased both 172 8, 12, 30| 30 When yonder Sun, that brilliant light, thou 173 8, 13, 13| 13 I call thee when the Sun is risen, I call thee at 174 8, 27, 19| to-day, kind Rulers, when the Sun ascends,~Lords of all wealth, 175 8, 29, 10| whereby they caused the Sun to shine.~ 176 8, 57, 9 | frays for water and for sun,~Bolt-armed! may we win 177 8, 59, 2 | deposited, as the great Sun was set in heaven.~ 178 8, 61, 16| seven,~Together with the Sun's seven rays.~ 179 8, 61, 17| took some Soma when the Sun rose up, O Mitra, Varuna.~ 180 8, 83, 2 | bosom all the Gods, and Sun and Moon for men to see,~ 181 8, 87, 2 | gavest splendour to the Sun.~Maker of all things, thou 182 8, 88, 3 | as 'twere, to meet the Sun, enjoy from Indra all good 183 8, 90, 14| fourth and last into the Sun hath entered.~He mid the 184 8, 91, 15| pleasant aspect like the Sun.~ 185 8, 96, 10| the worlds, yea, and the Sun.~Pure, brightly-shining, 186 8, 100, 5 | shone on high as shines the Sun, hath shone like Surya in 187 9, 2, 6 | shines together with the Sun.~ 188 9, 4, 5 | Give us our portion in the Sun through thine own mental 189 9, 4, 6 | long may we look upon the Sun;~Make thou us better than 190 9, 10, 8 | with the Gods, and with the Sun unites our eye:~The Sage' 191 9, 10, 9 | 9 The Sun with his dear eye beholds 192 9, 17, 5 | moving secm'st to speed the Sun.~ 193 9, 23, 2 | are come.~They made the Sun that he might shine.~ 194 9, 28, 5 | Omniscient, gave spleudour to~The Sun and all his forms of light.~ 195 9, 37, 4 | high ridge hath made the Sun,~Together with the Sisters, 196 9, 42, 1 | 1. ENGENDERING the Sun in floods, engendering heaven' 197 9, 54, 2 | In aspect he is like the Sun; he runneth forward to the 198 9, 63, 8 | high o'er man yoked the Sun's courser Etasa~To travel 199 9, 63, 9 | tawny-hued, he harnessed that the Sun might come~Indu, he said, 200 9, 64, 30| prosper us,~Flow like the Sun for us to see.~ 201 9, 86, 29| lights, O Pavamana, thine the Sun.~ 202 9, 97, 38| 38 Cleansed near the Sun as 'twere he as Creator 203 9, 110, 3 | thou didst generate the Sun, and spread the moisture 204 10, 9, 7 | that I long may see the Sun.~ 205 10, 12, 7 | the Moon his beams, the Sun his splendour-the Two unweariedly 206 10, 16, 3 | 3 The Sun receive thine eye, tne Wind 207 10, 27, 20| object, and the all-cleansing Sun who is above us.~ 208 10, 35, 5 | the bright beams of the Sun, and at your earliest flushing 209 10, 35, 8 | mortals acknowledge it!~The Sun goes up beholding all the 210 10, 37, 2 | flow and ever mounts the Sun.~ 211 10, 37, 6 | want in presence of the Sun, and, living happy lives, 212 10, 43, 5 | all together, gained the Sun~This mighty deed of thine 213 10, 48, 3 | power.~My sheen is like the Sun's insufferably bright: men 214 10, 49, 7 | fleet-footed dappled Horses of the Sun.~When man's libation calls 215 10, 57, 4 | thou mayst long behold the sun!~ 216 10, 58, 8 | far away, that visited the Sun and Dawn.~We cause to come 217 10, 59, 4 | still let us look upon the Sun arising.~Let our old age 218 10, 59, 6 | Long may we look upon the Sun uprising; O Anumati, favour 219 10, 60, 5 | matched by none,~Even as the Sun for all to see.~ 220 10, 62, 3 | 3 Ye raised the Sun to heaven by everlasting 221 10, 64, 3 | kindied by the Gods.~To Sun and Moon, two Moons, to 222 10, 65, 10| bounteous Gods made the Sun mount to heaven, and spread 223 10, 67, 5 | like Dyaus, the dawn, the Sun, the cow, the lightning.~ 224 10, 68, 4 | 4 As the Sun dews with meath the seat 225 10, 68, 10| be equalled, whereby the Sun and Moon ascend alternate.~ 226 10, 69, 2 | butter shines forth like the Sun.~ 227 10, 88, 6 | night-time; then, as the Sun, at morn springs up and 228 10, 90, 13| mind, and from his eye the Sun had birth;~Indra and Agni 229 10, 91, 4 | shineth spotless as the Sun.~ 230 10, 92, 8 | 8 Even the Sun's Bay Coursers hath lie 231 10, 92, 12| this our yearning call.~Ye Sun and Moon who dwell in heaven 232 10, 93, 5 | partakers of our waters, Sun and Moon,~When the great 233 10, 93, 12| take its bright path to the Sun, and reconciles the men:~ 234 10, 94, 5 | sink, and, splendid as the Sun, effuse their copious stream.~ 235 10, 96, 11| home to the bright golden Sun.~ 236 10, 107, 2 | give steeds dwell with the Sun for ever.~They who give 237 10, 111, 5 | Susna.~The vast sky with the Sun hath he extended, and, best 238 10, 112, 3 | golden splendour of the Sun adorn it.~O Indra, turn 239 10, 121, 6 | When over them the risen Sun is shining. What God shall 240 10, 138, 2 | s surpassing might. The Sun shone by the hymn that sprang 241 10, 138, 3 | the mid-way of heaven the Sun unyoked his car: the Arya 242 10, 138, 4 | godless treasure-stores.~Like Sun and Moon he took the stronghold' 243 10, 139, 4 | and looked around upon the Sun's enclosures.~ 244 10, 151, 5 | Faith at the setting of the Sun. O Faith, endow us with 245 10, 154, 5 | the sages who protect the Sun,~The Rsis, Yama! Fervour-moved,- 246 10, 156, 4 | Agni, thou hast made the Sun, Eternal Star, to mount 247 10, 157, 5 | 5 Brought the Sun hitherward with mighty powers, 248 10, 159, 1 | 1. YON Sun hath mounted up, and this 249 10, 170, 3 | radiant, mighty as the Sun to see, he spreadeth wide 250 10, 171, 4 | to the east again that Sun who now is in the west,~ 251 10, 179, 2 | come to us, Indra; the Sun hath travelled over half 252 10, 190, 3 | then formed in due order Sun and Moon.~He formed in order


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