The day was the gods', the night the Asuras'. h May Mitra bind thee by the foot. g Varuna's noose is loosened. h O god Savitr, bind thou in the furthest distance with a hundred fetters him who hateth us and whom we hate, thence let him not free. In our ignorance we transgress, To Agni Svistakrt he speaks aloud; it is as if one who has found a rich treasure is fain to go openly. To sit on the birthplace of Order . Her support then hast thou invoked', he replied. Like a child, the priests tend with their songs. i Here let each serve thee readily, A god, surpassed the gods in insight, For Visnu thee! Even as the Soma (sacrifices) come together in competition, so the new and full moon (sacrifices) are sacrifices which come together in competition. As a chariot to win the prize, Come from afar, 'The year has twelve months, there are twelve pairs of new and full moon sacrifices; these are to be produced', they say. go to Urdhvanabhas, offspring of the Maruts. Thou art a lioness,  bestowing increase of wealth; hail! e Thou art Uçij, the wise. 1- God is bodiless. k For ploughing thee, for good crops, Sharp weapons to slay the Raksas; Like a busy herd that goeth around his flock, The Yajurveda literature is divided into the White (Shukla) and the Black (Krishna) Yajurveda literature, and the latter is divided into four Branches (Shakas), the most important of which is the Taittiriya Shaka. Religion is built on the false foundation of belief and faith whereas the Spirituality is based on the Spirit the God, which is the cause of the universe in which we exist. c Agni hath set him down as priest, good sacrificer, d To the Maruts, the playful, he offers a cake on seven potsherds at the rising of the sun; he ofibrs to Agni on eight potsherds, an oblation to Soma, to Savitr on twelve potsherds, to Sarasvati an oblation, to Pusan an oblation, to Indra and Agni on eleven potsherds, to Indra an oblation, to Viçvakarman on eleven potsherds. 'Ye are might; may I share your might', he says, for they are might. e Araru is smitten away from the earth. He who knows thus the prosperity of the re-establishing  prospers. offspring, winner of increase of wealth, I close in. 'Of the seasons spring  I delight', he says; the fore-sacrifices are the seasons; verily he delights the seasons; they delighted place themselves in order for him; the seasons are in order for him who knows thus. Bedew our pasturage with ghee The ships that pour spontaneously go ever. Born as protectors of the whole world, That dost surpass the glories of men.' f Whatever of thee scattered in rage d I place thee that shinest. To Varuna (he offers) on ten potsherds; the sacrificial fee is a great castrated (ox). i Guardian of life art thou, O Agni, guard my life. Thou art to be invoked at the sacrifices. He at whose impulse the resplendent light shone high, What time in unison with equal effort e We have come to the heaven, to the gods; we have become immortal; we have become the offspring of Prajapati. a The head of the sky, the messenger of earth, Thus they progress into the darkest region of ignorance by misinterpreting the Vedic literature. There is (an offering) to Mitra and Brhaspati; in the milk of a white (cow) with a white calf which has curdled itself, and in butter which has churned itself, in a dish of Açvattha wood  with four corners (made) of a branch which has fallen of itself, he should scatter husked and unhusked rice grains; the husked ones in the milk are Brhaspati's, the unhusked in the butter are Mitra's; the Vedi must be self-made, the strew self-cut, the kindling-stick self-made; the sacrificial fee is the white (cow) with a white calf. To him be all good strength. a To help us I summon b Thou art the impeller. Trending questions. I drive away the disease from thee. May Pusan further our every prayer. Pure food did not come to the earth; she  beheld this Mantra; then food came to her. Now more and more is thy divine gift increased, b Thou art ambrosia; from death protect me. In that Agni when established does not prosper, (it is that he is) desiring a greater portion; in that it is all Agni's, that is his prosperity. If be were to fast without eating, the Pitrs would be his divinity ; he eats of the wild, the wild is power, and so he bestows power upon himself. I unite with oblation and ghee. O Agni, to thee that deceivest the foe, (Yajurveda 32:3) (The Yajurveda by Devi Chand M.A. And Brhaspati, the Brahman (priest). c Give thou to me; I shall give to thee; Ye all, give to us, wealthy ones, wealth. Hail to earth! Slacken the strung (weapon) of the demon-driven; Who, purifying, most manifold, Whatever of his foe's he may covet, the name of that he should utter; verily he wing it all from him. a The sweet with the sweet, bitter with the bitter, immortal with the immortal, with the Soma I unite thee; thou art Soma; be ready for the Açvins, be ready for Sarasvati, be ready for Indra, the good protector. The sacrificer is a bolt, the enemy of man is hunger; in that he fasts without eating, he straightway smites with the bolt the enemy, hunger. The pressed (juices), the bountiful one , g Thou art stimulating, stimulate the gods. Prajapati created cattle; being created they entered day and night; he recovered them by means of the metres. Rishi Vaishampayana taught the Yajurveda to Rishi Yajyavalkya and other pupils. Through thee in strife may we be victorious; f Soma, king Varuna, and the gods which instigate righteousness, may they instigate thy speech, may they instigate thy breath, may they instigate thy sight, may they instigate thine ear. The gods and the Asuras were in conflict; the gods, in anticipation of the contest, deposited in Agni their desirable riches (thinking),'This will still be ours, if they defeat us. a Let thy shoot be joined with shoot, joint with joint, let thy scent further desire, let thy savour which falls not cause rejoicing. I shall praise Indra before the decisive day; b Thou art taken with a support; to the god Savitr thee! b O plant, protect him. To sky thee! a Put forth thy strength like a spreading net; To the All-gods (he offers) an oblation; the sacrificial fee is a tawny heifer. Please Quote Fully. u Thou art the right, thou art the seat of right, thou art the glory of right. i Thou art the birthplace of Indra ; harm me not. To all hail! e Thou art he who is appropriated; make our food full of sweetness for us; to all the powers of sky and earth thee! Of which three are of highest birth, The hero ready to hear at every call, Indra, b Ye are water; may I share your water. c Friend of speech, born of heat, thou art undefeated; thou art the share of Soma. n Streams, health-bringing, like milch cows, Through this prayer may be won the prosperity u Thou art the share of the Raksases. Let the cauldron go to the gods. May it make us overlords, 'Here hath he first been established by the establishers', he says; verily he makes him the principal. This is thy Thou art giver of radiance, O Agni; give me radiance. The son of the Rsis, the overlord he; Pusan established it; therefore  did Pusan prosper; therefore cattle are said to be Pusan's. Are we united, with auspicious hearts; The gods having defeated (the Asuras) pursued (Agni) desirous of recovering it. It has 22 verses. The translation of yours is rubbish and cheap. May we be lords of wealth. O lord of prayer, 'May the blessing of this sacrifice be fulfilled for me', he says; this is the milking of the sacrifice; verily with it he milks it. It has 16 verses. l Agni, of purest vows, c By sacrifice to the god Agni Svistakrt, may I attain security through the sacrifice, having long life. 'The wives of the gods, Agni, the lord of the house, are the pair of the sacrifice; by sacrifice to these deities may I be propagated with a pair.' I avoid contracting he will to h*'*l because I think I would be sinning because it remembers h**l. Is it actually a sin? And thy father and mother rejoice. h I place thee that blazest. g The waters are come together. o Hail! a (Thou I art) earth in depth, sky in breadth, atmosphere in greatness; What time he moved a body in his own body. Chapter 12 Verse 32 Yajurveda translated by Devi Chand reads: 32. In her may the god Savitr instigate right for us. a King Varuna hath made a broad path c This is thy birthplace; to the All-gods thee! k Great, grasping the sky, imperishable. All knowing, be kindly to us; Where are the many-horned active kine; There are two major samhitas, or collections, the Black and White. He, who establishes a fire after the second establishment, should offer these oblations; be prospers with the prosperity where with the Adityas prospered. What time prolific Dyaus begat him. r With great radiance Agni shineth; With the praise of Naraçansa 'O Agni, lord of the house', he says ; that is according to the text. May the goddess rejoicing in our supplication, rich in ghee, f With strength go ye to the earth. Active 1 year, 11 months ago. All gaining on every side. k O thou of good fame! the most agreeable, the best of carriers, the best caller of the gods. a Thou art the caul of the kingly class, thou art the womb of the kingly class. He who sacrifices knowing the two milkings of the sacrifice milks thus the sacrifice on both sides , in front and behind; this is one milking of the sacrifice, another is in the Ida. --Opening the doors of the miser--he hath revealed.' b Pure be the world where the Pitrs sit. w Thou art broad, and wealthy art thou. m Giving life, O Agni, rejoicing in the oblation (He offers) to Indra on eleven potsherds; the sacrificial fee is a bull as a beast of burden. d Let the god Savitr anoint thee with honey. The pious man singeth of him, the undying, as he kindleth him. It is important for us to have a neutral feeling while looking at an image such as while looking at Shera Wali we do not feel the same as looking to a beautiful woman. 'By sacrifice to the gods, Agni and Soma, may I be a slayer of foes', he says; by means of Agni and Soma Indra slew Vrtra; verily by means of them he lays low his foe. b They have taken the waters, divine, Glory in good heroes , There is resplendent the highest step May the gods, and the bounteous one; so it can be understood that it means "There is no image of Him (God)" or simply "There is nothing like Him (God)". c So I welcome thee, that art of Visnu, for the sacrifice to the gods. Viṣṇu Purāṇa, Part 3, Chapter 5, mentions that Vaiśampāyana, the disciple of Vedavyāsa, divided Yajurveda into twentyseven branches and taught them to his disciples. 'Her too I have invoked', he said, 'who is available to people as they increase.' b May Brhaspati make thee rejoice in happiness. d In the waters  is ambrosia, in the waters is medicine; Hath encompassed all these beings; For great is the barley heap of this bountiful one; The theologians say, 'He indeed would take the steps of Visnu who after acquiring these worlds of his foe should descend again to this world.' c Here do I overthrow him who equal or unequal is ill-disposed to us. Under thy leadership, let us gain strength; c Do thou mount the shining (quarter); let the Jagati of metres help thee, the Saptadaça Stoma, the Vairapa Saman, the deity the Maruts, the treasure the peasant class. b Thou art the altar, to the strew thee, hail! He who knows the beginning, the support, the end of the sacrifice  reaches the end with a secure and uninjured sacrifice. Sukhla Yajur Vedam or Krishna Yajur Vedam . Give to the gods among the gods, For ever, in the slaying of Vrtra, For length of days, for glory. d Thou art Tutha, the all-knower. m We approach you, O gods, 'Should reverence be paid to the fire or not?' Vaiçvanara thee! g Thou art firm. The sacrifice of him who removes the fire is split; he pays reverence with a verse containing the word Brhaspati; Brhaspati is the holy power (Brahman) of the gods; verily by holy power (Brahman) he unites the sacrifice. Sometimes they even condemn the Purāṇas, which are authentic Vedic explanations for laymen. a Never art thou barren, O Indra,  Veda means "knowledge". h Fare to the sky , thence bring us rain. He who knows his connexions becomes possessed of connexions himself. b Thou art Indra's right arm with a thousand spikes, a hundred edges. This is his return descent to this world, in that he says,'Here do I exclude my enemy N. N. from these quarters, from this sky'; verily having acquired these worlds of his foe he descends again to this world. Book of Quran itself is an idol. He hath come to the top, bearing sweetness, foundation of those which are secure. May the lords of right graciously accord us Possessing Indra , may we win, h Ye divine waters, child of the waters, that wave, Thou art a lioness; bring the gods to the pious sacrificer; hail! b The spotted bull hath come a I who deeming thee immortal, Publication date 1959 Topics RELIGION. O bountiful one. b O ye divine, vast, all-sootbing waters! c For a prop, a support, of the five winds I take thee. Joyfully may he conquer our foes; Just imagine that God is the ocean, would you be able to concentrate it to a bottle? they say; 'he who day by day makes a present to a man and then begs of him assuredly molests him; and who then will day by day beg of the gods?' o Thou art. Into whom all this world hath entered; He, who thus sacrifices with these, sacrifices with an abundant offering and is multiplied with offspring, with cattle, with pairings. k Agni for you I honour in song, With manly companions, ever unalterable; Whose oblation rich in water May she hearken gladly to our effectual speech. O Agni, may I bear thy name. a To Agni, lord of the house, he offers a cake of black rice on eight potsherds; to Soma, lord of the forest, an oblation of millet; to Savitr, of true instigation, a cake of swift-growing rice on twelve potsherds; to Rudra, lord of cattle, an oblation of Gavidhuka; to Brhaspati, lord of speech, an oblation of wild rice; to Indra, the noblest, a cake of large rice on eleven potsherds; to Mitra, the true, an oblation of Amba grain, and to Varuna, lord of right, an oblation made of barley. To accomplish that which we have power to do; You both I summon for the winning of strength. c Homage to Agni, the unpierced, Dear all my Hindu brothers, i do not intend to hurt anyone's feelings but i am trying to open your minds. q Thou art named juhu, upabhrt, dhruva, loving the ghee, sit on thy dear seat with thy dear name. Ruling, O wise Asura, O king, To endeavour hail! k Thou art the milk of the great ones, of plants the sap; with undeceived eye I gaze on thee for fair offspring. By the force of thy glory, And also his loving kindness; Bright, flaming (rays) arise, l To the son of the waters hail! The sages nourish, well lauded; In whom, purifying, good things are placed, even as the heaven and earth (support) all beings. l I grasp thee for the joy of the gods. k O lord of mind, place this sacrifice, O god, for us among the gods, hail! Whereby we' may pass over all our difficulties. n Uncut, with wealth of heroes, (give us) riches. She who is given in the sacrifice supports the gods with her expiration; she by whom men live (supports) men by her cross-breathing; she whom they slay for the Fathers (supports) the Fathers by her inspiration; he who knows thus becomes rich in cattle. l Along an unbroken web of earth may I go. k Grasp the skin. The word "Pratima" in Sanskrit means “image” or “likeness”. l I place thee that awakenest. Secretly offering is made to one set of gods, openly to another. O thou of true rule! May we win, O deathless, undying glory. b In the seat of Agni whose home is abiding I set you down, kindly Some points to ponder upon. The present volume contains 32 principal Upanishad of the Krsna Yajurveda. The are enter darkness those who worship natural things, They sink deeper in darkness those who worship sambhuti.i.e. i Kindled, O Agni, shine for me; kindling thee, O Agni, may I shine. To swimming creatures hail! Join. The more a man forgets this fact of life, the more he is in darkness. i The noose of Varuna is tied, the noose of Varuna is loosed. 'By sacrifice to the god Agni Svistakrt, may I attain security through the sacrifice, enjoying long life', he says; verily he confers long life upon himself and attains security through the sacrifice. He pays reverence; that is his appeal. r Thou art the portion of Prajapati, full of strength and milk. All things doth he reveal by his might; Attend the life of the sacrifice. e The sap of the waters, the vigorous, That ye did make with Indra. c To the gods the servants of the gods have come, the priests, the eager In rage do thou avert the anger e I place thee that burnest. To Agni he offers on eight potsherds; the sacrificial fee is gold. The sacrifice is the size of the sacrificer's portion, the sacrificer is the sacrifice; in that he eats the sacrificer's portion, he places the sacrifice in the sacrifice. Let him yoke thee. 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