Free PDF, epub, Kindle ebook. By Ralph T. H. Griffith. The Yajur Veda is one of the four Vedas. It contains liturgical texts used during various important Hindu. Free PDF, epub, Kindle ebook. Translated By Arthur Berriedale Keith. A complete translation of the Black Yajur Veda. The Yajur Veda is a detailed manual of. The download Yajurveda 'Samhita' contains the liturgy (mantras) to perform sacrifices of I understand it, it's just that the epub file is great for the ebook reader.
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eBook features: Highlight, take notes, and search in the book; In this edition, page numbers are just like the physical edition; Length: pages; Word Wise. The Yajur Veda. byChand,Devi. Publication date Topics RELIGION. THEOLOGY, Prehistoric and primitive religions. PublisherChand,Devi. Collection . Read "Shukla Yajurveda A Book Of Vedic Mantras" by Ralph T. H. Griffith available from Rakuten Kobo. Sign up today and get $5 off your first.
Thou art the All-container. Stand thou firmly, secure by Law Supreme, and do not totter. Nor be thy Lord of Sacrifice unsteady. Thou art the strainer, thousand-streamed, of Vasu.
May Savitar the God with Vasu's strainer, thousand-streamed, rightly cleansing, purify thee. This Visvakarman. Thee, Indra's share, with Soma do I curdle.
Be thou protector of the oblation, Vishnu. May I have strength therefor. Success attend me. Now into truth from untruth do I enter. He unites thee. For what doth he yoke thee? For that he yokes thee. You two for work, you two for its completion. Burnt out are fiends, burnt out malignant beings. Throughout the spacious middle air I travel.
Injure thou him who injures. Harm him who harm us.
Harm the man we injure. Stand firmly in thy place and do not totter. Nor be thy Lord of sacrifice unsteady. Let Vishnu mount thee. To the wind lie open. The demons are expelled. Let the five grasp it. May mine eye look upon the light of heaven. May those with doors stand on the earth securely.
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A wooden stone art thou. Thou art a broad-based stone. May the skin of Aditi receive thee. A mighty stone art thou, formed out of timber. Make ready for the Deities this oblation: Havishkrit, come! Call to us hither sap and manly vigour. May we with thee in every fight be victors.
Rain-grown art thou. May the rain-grown receive thee. Cleared off are fiends, cleared off are evil beings. Expelled are fiends. May Savitar the God, the golden-handed, with flawless hand unto himself receive you.
Cast away the Corpse-consumer. Drive off the fire that eats raw flesh, O Agni. That which makes offerings to the Gods bring hither. Firm art thou. Make earth firm. For the foe's slaughter I set thee on, devoted to the priesthood, devoted to the nobles and the kinsmen.
Keeper art thou: For the foe's death I set thee on, devoted to priesthood and nobility and kinsmen. Thou art a stay: For the foe's death, etc. I set thee on for sake of all the regions. Aditi's skin art thou, May Aditi receive thee. Bowl, rock art thou.
May Aditi's skin receive thee. Thou art the sky's supporting pillar. Bowl from the rock art thou. The rock receive thee. Please the Gods.