Rig-Veda Repetitions; The Repeated Verses and Distichs and Stanzas of the Rig-Veda in Systematic Presentation and with Critical Discussion Volume 1

Rig-Veda Repetitions; The Repeated Verses and Distichs and Stanzas of the Rig-Veda in Systematic Presentation and with Critical Discussion Volume 1

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1916 edition. Excerpt: ...All its repeated padas are suspects. I.177.1d, yuktva harl vfsana yahy arvafi: 5.40.4, yuktva haribhyam upa yasad arvafi. 1.177.8b (Agastya; to Indra) t tistha ratham vfsanam vfsa te sutah s6mah parisikta madhuni, yuktva vfsabhyam vrsabha ksitlnam haribhyam yahi pravatopa madrik. 7.24.2b (Vasistha Maitravaruni; to Indra) grbbitam te mana indra dvibarhah sutah sdmah parisikta madhuni, visrstadhena bharate suvrktlr iyam indrarh jdhuvatl manlsa. See the preceding item. For visrstadhena see Geldner, Ved. Stud. iii. 39; Oldenberg, Vedaforschung, p. 98; Oliphant, JAOS. zzzii. 410. 4.44. ia (Purumilha Sauhotra and Ajamllha Sauhotra; to Afvins) tam vam ratham vay&m adya huvema prthujrayam afrvinfi samgatim yah suryam vahati vandhurayur gfrvahasam purutamam vasuyum. Ludwig, 34, suggests navyas for navyam in 1.180.10, in the sense of nfivyase. This is required by the sense, but the word may after all refer to ratham, so that there is no pressing reason for emending. The expression 'new chariot' is frequent; see Ctrassmann's Lex., s. v. nava. 1.182.6b (Agastya; to Afvins) avaviddham taugryam apsv antar anarambhane t&masi praviddham, catasro navo jathalasya justa lid a$vlbhyam isitah parayanti. 7.i04.3b (Vasistha; to Indra and Soma) mdrasoma duskfto vavre antar anarambhane tamasi prd vidhyatam, yatha ndtah punar eka9 canodayat tad vara astu sahase manyumac chavah. 7.104.3 does not exactly impress one as of especial dignity or antiquity.--For jathalasya in i.i8a.6 see Oldenberg, RV. Noten, pp. 103,181 (with citations of earlier literature). 1.188.1b, trivandhurd vrsana yas tricakrah: i.n8.id, trivandhuro vrsana vataranhah. 1.183.3od (Agastya; to A$vins) & tisthatam suvftam y6 ratho vam anu vratani vartate havi'sman, yena nara nasatyesayadhyai...show more

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