And make us better than we are! Give us, 4. 1. Indu, he said, is Indra's self. They were sent forth to feast the Gods, like chariots speeding in the race. Satisfy him with wealth of kine and valient offspring! We choose to-day that chariot-steed of thine, the strong, that brings us bliss, the guardian, the desire of all. Turning as 'twere to meet the Sun, enjoy from Indra all good things! With beakers to the impetuous God, to Indra with the flowing, drops! In the wild raptures of the juice sing to your hero with high laud, to him the wise, Riches have spread among us and heroic strength, with us are flowing Soma-drops. Praise him who sends us wealth, prompt with his liberal boons Good 4re the gifts that Indra gives. Rijisvan drove the dusky brood away! We call upon Sarasvan as unmarried men who long for wives, 9. They come to Indra, being cleansed. This Soma hath been pressed for thee, O Indra, bold one, mightiest, come! Cleaver of stalls, kine-winner, armed with thunder, who quells an army and with might destroys it-- With eyes that close not, bellowing, sole hero, Indra subdued at once a hundred armies. Clothed in due season with the light of Surya, red, hath begot the sacrifice in person. Now like a swan hemaketh all the company sing each his hymm Vaisvanara, conveyer of oblations, ensign of worship, have the Gods engendered. Hastening on and firmly set in oil resemble beauteous suns. Acknowledged by this song of mine, flow, tawnycoloured, with thy stream: With singers' hymns have we brought the fortrender near, singing to Indra for his grace. Drive ye disease and strife away, drive ye away malignity: Subduing all from the skilled archer flinches not. With what most mighty company? With what most mighty company? For first possession of your juice, for the exhilarating drink, 2. Flow forth, O Soma, flow thou onward, sweet to Indra's Mitra's, Pushan's, Bhaga's taste. In battle of a thousand arms Indra drank Kadru's Soma juice Indu, still conquering, ne'er subdued. The Maruts with fair hymns chant out their praise-song: this Indra, famed and youthful, shouts accordant. To him who maketh prayer, inspired, who loveth laud. 2. Have reached the shrine of sacrifice. With might. 4. Vasishtha will not overlook the lowliest one among you all Those who by Law uphold the Law, Lords of the shining light of Law, Flow onward, Soma, rich in meath, and holy, enrobed in waters, on the fleecy summit! For so thou art the brave man's friend; a hero, too, art thou, and strong: Indu, with sheen approach the milk! The guardian, the desire of all; 4. 3. 4. I kindle Agni till he glows. 1. The ancient living ones have come unto a newer resting-place. Effused, this Soma, Steer, who slays Vritra, room-giver, unbeguiled, Brahmanaspati! Full springs of fatness, sovran Kings, Mitra and Varuna, the twain, 2. 1. Our service therefore shalt thou gain. We, seeking help, possessing nothing firm ourselves. 2. Akin, immortal, following each other, changing their colours both the heavens move onward. Varuna, Mitra, sapient pair, pour fatness on our pastures, pour Bring food to those who sing thy praise! These Soma juice mixt with curd have been expressed for Indra here: Whether, O Sakra, thou be far, or, Vritra-slayer, near at hand, And, eating pure and holy food, attains to immortality. Sing forth unto your Varuna and Mitra with a song inspired: 2. Strong, in the filter, on the fleecy summit, pressed from the stone, Soma hath waxen mighty. Be, for our weal, our friend and sharer of the feast, and let thy wisdom guard us well! Traditional the Vedas are spoken as‘Trayi‘, because thay are composed of three kinds in mantras- Rcs or verses, Yajus or prose, Saman or chants. 3. Thou, Pavamana makest riches flow to us, yellow, abundant, much-desired. Yea, I, the poor and weak, praise thee, the mighty, who dwellest in the realm beyond this region. 1. Thou, Indu, when, expressed by stones, thou runnest to the filter, art Saying, I go where dwell the Gods. Agni Vaisvanara, born in course of Order, the messenger of earth, the head of heaven, All-d6ties of one accorcl have come that they may drink of thee: In mighty battle we invoke Indra, Indra is lesser fight, Rich in brave men art thou, Soma, who winnest all: these holy singers wait upon thee with song. Some, the men of old whose grass was trimmed addressed the hymn to thee for mighty strength and for renown: 2. Indu, pour out abundant food with store of cattle and of gold, Sing forth, ye men who long for help, to Pavamana, to the Sage, Pressers, blend Soma juice for him, each draught most excellent, for him Please bear with us. <> 1. finger(Apa Upasprishya), 5. 3. The Red, who reaches up to heaven! 2. Hither may they who wake at dawn bring, to drink Soma, both the Gods, Immortal, best at sacrifice. The mighty bring it us knee-deep! And living men to-day, even as of old, sing forth their praises to his majesty. May he stand near us in our need with all abundance, for our wealth: brave Lord, like one in mail; yea, burst it, O brave Lord, like one in mail! 3. 3. Him with the fleece they purify, brown, golden-hued, beloved of all. A lofty seat have they attained. In thought I honour Agni first: now straightway we elect this heavenly company, Indra and Vayu we elect. Aloft to heaven as ruddy smoke thou mountest: Agni, thou speedest to the Gods as envoy. Dearest to Gods in sacred rites, pour on us fatness with thy stream, None stays that act of thine when thou wouldst fain give wealth to one like me who sings thy praise. Draw near unto our Indra who must be invoked in every fight! In these compiled hymns there are frequent variations, of more or less importance, from the text of the Rgveda as we now possess it which variations, although in some cases they are apparently explanatory, seem in others to be older and more original than the readings of the Rgveda. He sends the seasons, mighty one. 3. So may the God attend the God, true Indu Indra who is true! 3. The old hath waked the young Moon from his slumber who runs his circling course with many round him (Your maternal grand father’s gothram)  gothraanaam  (names of maternal Indra, who mounts his chariot at his bay steeds' cry, shatters e'en things that stand most firm. 5. Friends, may the princes, ye and we, obtain this most resplendent one, 8. Agni, spread forth, as ruler, over living things: give wealth, to The Sun ascending, the refulgent star, pours down his beams. 3. 1. Unclose, our manly hero! He gladly wrapped himself in the most lucid floods, when through their glory they-found the God's resting-place. <>/ProcSet[/PDF/Text/ImageB/ImageC/ImageI] >>/MediaBox[ 0 0 612 792] /Contents 4 0 R/Group<>/Tabs/S/StructParents 0>> 2. Thou art alike in many a place: through all the regions thou art Lord. delightful with thy steeds! 10. 4. When he who will be born is born with power we look to treasures as our heritage. Be thou best Vritra-slaver, best granter of room, most liberal: Friends, hymn your Lord who makes him pure for rapturous The ten swift fingers deck thee forth seven ministers impel thee on, Flow to the song inspiring car-borne hero, to mighty Indra, him who wields the thunder! 9. 2. O most admired for greatness of thy majesty, God, by thy greatn.ess thou art great. Prasanna Vadanam Dyayeth Sarva Vighna Upa Santhaye. Give us not up to indigence, ye heroes, Indra, Agni, nor We glorify with praises thee, the never conquered conqueror. From heaven hath Pavamana, made, as 'twere, the marvellous thunder, and Bring food to those who sing thy praise! Your Lord of might that ne'er hath bent, that ruleth over all mankind, O Indra, Lord of light, what joys thou broughtest from the Asuras, Forth on their way the glorious drops have flowed for maintenance of Law, Herewith flow on, thou friend of Gods! Vayu and Indra, mighty twain, borne on one chariot, Lords of strength, Thou art the Sovran of the folk. 3. The sage as God for all the Gods. 3. 1. 3. Through our desire of heroes, kine, and horses, potent Soma drops, brilliant and swift, have been effused. Him I invoke, to win the spoil, even mighty Indra for the fray. Gain spiritual peace and enlightenment. maternal grand father)   Namneenaam  , vasu-rudra –adithya swaroopa  asmad  3. Thou art the Lord of Somas pressed, Somas unpressed are also thine: 2. And Indu, food in boundless store! of mother), 1. Who with exhilarating juice goes forth to all the deities. Indra. Pithamahi-prapithamahi-pithru prapapitha maheebhyo nama. 2. Rejoice: thy glory hath been quaffed, Lord of bay steeds! like thee: 3. for the exhilarating drink, O Soma Pavamana, thou flowest as Indra's gladdener: The men have seized and lead thee forth. 1. Thou findest not the wealthy man to be thy friend: those scorn thee who are flown with wine. 1. He hath sent forth unto the heights the three, in stream, as Trita's wealth: Come hither, Indra, with thy bays, come thou to Kanva's eulogy! 3. 2. with great joy and rapture: make the voice swell, and generate abundance! Mesha sankramam(chittirai-makaram first)Karkadaga ravi punya kale( for Best finisher of this holy rite: Surya, thou mountest up to meet the hero famous for his wealth, Yanikanicha Papani Janmantara krutayacha. 1. 4. To Vayu mount as Law commands! 1. Manifold and nutritious spoil! 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