The Veda of the Black Yajus School; K as 1-3

The Veda of the Black Yajus School; K as 1-3

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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. 1914 edition. Excerpt: ...for the zenith; B S. xv. 24; for For the Agrayana, where the verse is used, (2) see ApCS. xvii. 17. 8; BS. x. 54; see Ap S. xi." 80. 8; TB. i. 6. 1. 9. Its for (8) see Ap S. xvii. 17.10. presence here is quite out of place. 4 Each is laid down in a quarter with the -This section (1) prescribes the Mantras proper verse. For tanupa nah of the Pada, for the Vajrinl bricks, which naturally which should be pdnah, see Weber, Ind. follow TS. v. 4.1; (2) describes at length Stud. xiii. 68; above 4. 2.11 e; 8. 18 a. the Vasor Dhara, see TS. v. 4. 8; (8) pre-- Found also in full above at TS. iv. 7.1 o; scribes certain gifts for the priests. See the repetition is here significant. for (l)Ap S. xvii. 9. 5, 6; if five are the stream of wealth, he delights with it his auspicious form. He, who knows the support of the stream of wealth 3, finds support. If there is any butter left over, in it he should cook a mess for the Brahmans, four Brahmans should eat it; the Brahman is Agni Vaicvanara, Vaicvanara is the form dear to Agni; verily he establishes it in his dear form. He should give four cows; verily with them the sacrificer in yonder world milks the fire. v. 7. 4. a 'Tol thought I offer with mind, with ghee ',2 he says; the oblation to Vicvakarman is called the undeceivable; the foe cannot deceive him who has piled; verily also he wins the gods. b 'O Agni, to-day', (with these words) 3 he offers with a Pankti verse, and by the Pankti and the libation he grasps the beginning of the sacrifice. c ' Seven are thy kindling-sticks, O Agni; seven thy tongues', he says; 4 verily he wins the Hotr's offices. Agni went away from the gods, desiring a portion 1; to him they assigned this as a portion; that is the Agnihotra of Agni; then...show more

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  • Paperback | 162 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 9mm | 299g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 123650416X
  • 9781236504166