-6. 'Thou' wakeful hero, by thy might hast taken food of Soma juice, Promoting and fulfilling, ye, mighty ones, perfect Mitra's law: For no one may impair the gift laid up in thee. These who through might of actual operation sprang forth as Gods in course of Law and Order. And beauteous for the gladdening draught. 3. Brahmanaspati! 1. Even as a King hath Soma, red and tawny Bull, been pressed the wondrous one hath bellowed to the kine. 9. 1. 1. O Child of Strength, to thee whose look is lovely, with oblations we, may drink thee and rejoice. Manifold and nutritious spoil! Sama Vedam Chanting Album has 6 songs sung by Hari Achyutharama Sastry, D. Viswanatha Sarma, D. Srikrishna Srowthi. Pradhakshinam (Chant and rotate three times in the same place clock wise) Devathabhya pithrubhyascha maha yogibhya eva cha. like a warrior going forth with heroes, as he flows along. 2. I. 3. O Indra, turn us not away: be present with us at our feast 3. Bring food to those who sing thy praise! Unto the forms that must be shaped. 7. I think of Agni who is kind, whom, as their home, the milch-kine seek; To Indra, to the mighty one, let these gold-coloured juices go, Honour him meet for reverence in our houses. When as a spark he cometh ilear the ocean, looking with vulture's eye as Law commandeth, The Steer with thousand streams who poureth out the rain, dear to the race of deities; When he cleft Vala limb from limb. Then, loudly lowing, came the cows to Indu, the chosen, wellloved master in the beaker. For gain of strength that ever grows: for great is he. O Agni, the Angirasas discovered thee what time thou layest hidden, fleeing back from wood to wood. Invite the potent Indra with your songs of praise The Soma-drinker, O my friends! Bring us the wealth for which we long, O Indra, that which is concealed Fail not when marching onward: come hither, like-spirited, stay not far away Whose bond of friendship is thy choice. For first possession of your juice, for the exhilarating drink, Men call on Indra in the armed encounter that he may make the hymns they sing decisive. I call him, mighty to resist, the hero of our ancient home, 8. 3. In the two kindling-blocks lies Jatavedas like the well-cherished germ in pregnant women,-- Dwellings all happy and secure. 1. Eagerly do we pray for those two exploits, at the blue lake and Prisana, wrought in battle. Speeding the waters kind to man! | Content Policy Adorable in every house! bring, filling full both thy hands, to us! 2. 3. Where are ye, Gods? 1. I was born like unto the Sun. Indu, the well-armed God is flowing onward, he who averts the curse and guards the homesteads. O Agni, graciously announce this our good fortune to the Gods, Sustainer of each sacred rite, Indra, the Thunderer, much-extolled. 1. Ne'er art thou fruitless, Indra, ne'er dost thou desert the worshipper: who give the milk: 3. The Web's Largest Resource for Music, Songs & Lyrics. Indra, the mightiest of all. 3. We Soma-bearing Brahmans call thee Soma-drinker with thy friend, 3. And this our newest hymn of praise! 3. Active and ready to assist. Be gracious, brilliant Godl to him who, rich in sacred gifts,would fain Hast settled in the cleansing sieve. Of many families who duly serve the Gods, yea, him whom others too inflame. Even in the cave didst find the cows. when to life thou springest all the Gods sing for joy as to their infant. Yea, cause our hymn to gain for us cattle and steeds and store of wealth, Whose splendour is sublime, whose light shone brilliant in, creation, who, wise and golden-handed, in his beauty mader the sky. For ye twain, Indra, Soma, are Lords of heaven's light, Lords of the kine: Indra, drink the Soma from the Brahman's gift: He holds all knowledge in his grasp even as the felly rounds the wheel. O Maghavan, there is no comforter but thou: Indra, I speak my words to thee. Advancing to his father heaven. He, Agni, kindled, good and wise, must be entreated with a. song; Baba, who is the Veda Purusha, has educated us time and again on the supreme benefits of chanting Vedas. When willhe trample, like a weed, the man who hath no gift for him? 3. as one who giveth strength flow on for Gods to drink, a draught A hero conquering in war! Do ye preserve us evermore with blessing! 1. Drive thou misfortune far away! Wise finisher of this holy rite. Father of Agni, Surya's generator, the father who begat Indra and Vishnu. Indra's and Vayu's meeting-place. 6. These two are coming near to us. 2. Much-lauded Jatavedas, him who sends oblations up to heaven, 3. When thou with thy surpassing power smotest to death that guileful beast, lauding thine own supremacy. Indu, while stimulating Indra's might, is urged forward and balmed by sages skilful in their task. O Dawn who hast a store of wealth, bring unto us that splendid gift The Vasus set that Agni in the dwelling, fair to behold, for help, from every quarter: 1. 2. May do, the giver of true gifts! To him they go with lowly adoration, and, longing, enter him who longs to meet them. Yea, come at milking-time, at early morning, at noon of day, and when the Sun is setting, Eager to win the breathing and the breathless. Wonderful, with your golden paths, most gracious, bringers of the flood! In heaven's first region, in the seat of Gods, is he who brings success, Bring the Gods hither, Agni, born for him who trims the Sacred grass: 2. 5. Hath gone as 'twere to win the spoil. Soma, the dweller on the hills, effused, hath flowed into the sieve. Creatures to immortality. The holy sages form a ring, to view and sing unto the Ram. 1. 1. 3. 5. They were sent forth to feast the Gods, like chariots speeding in the race. 3. By nominal I mean that I used to follow rituals in the family as per Sama Veda knowledgeable priests but that's it. Rich be the praiser of one rich and liberal, Lord of days! Striving to win, with him we gain all riches from the enemy, Let me not, still beseeching thee with might and sound of Soma drops, Hasting to us with plenty vivified with milk. HYMNS OF THE SAMAVEDA Translated with a Popular Commentary Ralph T.H. The Somas, very rich in sweets, for which the sieve is destined,. 2. Cleansing thee, Soma, in thy stream, thou flowest in a watery robe: giver of wealth, thou sittest in the place of Law, O God, a fountain made of gold. 4. O Agni, thou who art the lord of wealth in kine, thou Son of Strength, Indra, be pleased: drive forward, hero, striker of thy bays! 1. Beside the flowing Soma juice! 2. That this more glorious fuel may send forth for thee its shine to heaven. As Pushan. 3. Thou, hero, winner of the spoil, urgest to speed the car of man. 2. 1. Wilt thou not, Agni, lend us aid to win the cattle, win the wealth? 3. 3. 6. Thou chiefly art with Anava and Turvasa, brave champion! Vedic religion. He by whose dear help heroes gain their wishes will yield the precious meed as to a victor. Give us our portion in the Sun through thine own mental power and aids; Wide as the heaven extends his might. 3. A home is made for thee to dwell in, Indra: O much-invoked one, with the men go thither! 1. Yea, swollen is the udder of the milch-cow; thither in streams. To thee speed hymns and eulogies, as horses haste, bearing him who loves the song, to battle. Strengthen for opulence, O Indra Maghavan, our plant desired by many a one! 2. 3. Indu, is like an able steed. His name is Indra, tell it forth! Then, at thy birth, thou wast the foeman, Indra, of those the seven who ne'er had met a rival. 1. Whate'er, in this perpetual course, we sacrifice to God and God, O Soma, Indu, every day thy friendship hath been my delight. Alone, the never-conquered guardian of mankind, thou smitest down resistless foes. He sends forth offspring like a queen. Let other men around us live in folly here let us have', a rich and liberal patron! Impetuous, bright, have they come forth, unwearied in their speed, like bulls, In zealous haste the singers have sung forth a song distilling The streams of Pavamana, thine, finder of all I have been ettused, Through whom our father Manu made prayers efficacious with the Gods. He who is passing wise measures his pathways out. 12, Praise Agni in the sacrifice, the Sage whose holy laws are true Flow onward thou who strengthenedst Indra to slaughter Vritra who compassed and stayed the mighty floods! By day, at night, with most auspicious favour! Him who with might of both his arms broke nine-and-ninety castles down, He, Soma Pavamana, like a river, hath stirred the wave of voice, our songs and praises Nature and Importance: The Samaveda is shortest of all the four Vedas. The singer is besieged with song. Friends, may the princes, ye and we, obtain this most resplendent one, In this well-ordered sacrifice. 3. May Vatsa draw thy mind away even from thy loftiest dwelling-place! 2. Give bellow are the two lines of verse 594 of Sama Veda Samhita. The stones prepared for sacrifice! 1. 3. O Agni, thou art Varuna and Mitra: Vasishthas! Him your best Vritra-slayer, him the famous champion of mankind It consists of 1549 verses. 1. Like kine unmilked we call aloud, hero, to thee, and sing thy praise, 4. 3. Unclose, our manly hero! Thou, Indu, with thy streams that drop sweet juices, which were poured for help, On riches, smite the Vritras dead Both boons,-may Indra, hitherward turned listen to this prayer of ours, This is the fair-cheeked God who, joying in the draught, breaks down the castles in his strength. Our sacrifices with our homage unto him much-lauded, very rich, for help: Drink as the wild bull drinks the lake! 3. Like thee, thyself, for singers yoked, thou movest, as it were besought, 19-25. Agni Vaisvanara, born in course of Order, the messenger of earth, the head of heaven, With thy help, manly-souled! 2. 2. Ours be the potent host of mighty Indra, King Varuna the Maruts, and Adityas! Far, far, Lord of the brave! They follow close his many laws to win them due preeminence, good in their own supremacy. His heralds bear him up aloft, the God who knoweth all that lives, 8. To Indra offer Indu up The words of Rig Veda put to music, and are to be sung rather than to just be read or recited. Drive all our enernies away! Come, we have pressed the juice for thee; O Indra, drink this Soma here: And measure out to us, thou lover of man-kind, all riches hitherward from men, I. 1. 1. 3. 9. This album is composed by Hari Achuta Rama Sastry. He, Pavamana, high o'er man, yoked the Sun's courser Etasa, 3. In mansons of the lofty heavens. Have reached the shrine of sacrifice. With sacrifice we seek to thee fair cherisher of manly might 5. Soma, shed in the press, thou stolest and didst drink, and hence hast won surpassing might. 4. He, the bright son, when born, illumed his parents who had sprung to life, Call on thee, wondrous, thunder-armed: 3. Which, Caster of the Stone! 3. Heroic Indra, is not checked. Indu, enlightener, dear, the thought of poets, hath flowed clearly, like a charioteer who starts the steed. 1. When thou wilt clothe thee with the milk. 3. 2. 7. The Lord of light, that he whose laws stand fast might aid with power and with the help he gives. Ten sisters, pouring out the rain together, the sage's quickly have gone to heaven. For Indra to the streams they urge the tawny rapture-dropping steed, 2. Thy favour so that we may live! Promote our wealthy princes' gifts! Do thou as leader of the song, stirring the waters of the sea, 10. 8. As Pavamana thou flowest before the streams: thou goest on, before the hymn, before the kine. Whether thou come from earth or from the lofty lucid realm of heaven, producing glare, the juice enters the purifying sieve, They, mighty Lords, are lofty law. Meaning of samaveda. Here, Indra, is thy Soma draught, made pure upon the sacred grass: our ally! 3. Help us, O Maghavan, let thy favour aid us thus drive away foes and enemies! 3. Drink thou, for thou art lord thereof! Those pressed among Arjikas, pressed among the active, in, men's homes, Uniting with the sea, the wave of waters, the mighty tells his fourth form and declares it. 7. May their streams bring us health and wealth 1. Bellowing to his place of rest. 7. For holy lore of every sort! 2. Go to the foemen, strike them home, and let not one be left alive! 1. We call upon Sarasvan as unmarried men who long for wives, Thou art like heaven: one form is bright, one holy, like Day and Night dissimilar in colour. Gold-Hued! Great is our Indra from of old; greatness be his, the Thunderer 7. Resting in wooden vats thy home! 4. From heaven hath Pavamana made, as 'twere, the marvellous thunder, and the lofty light of all mankind. In thee, effused. 3. Vishnu in the lofty ruling power, Varuna, Mitra sing thy praise: On thy laud only have I thought. 3. Mounts up together with the Sun. 1. 3. 5. When, even as she were present here, red Dawn hath shone from far away, 1. Good guidance hath the mortal man whom Arya-man, the Marut host, 1. Go forth to many tribes as man's controller! 1. Atharvana Veda has mostly RK mantras. We wake thee, Lord of bays, with sacrifices: mark this our laud in the wild joys of Soma! Inciter, swift, victorious, best of charioteers, unconquered, Tugriya's strengthener! 1. 2. 3. 1. 3. Maghavan, help us to a stable full of kine, O Thunderer, with wondrous aids! 8. And bring the wealth for which we long: Grant us, O Agni, through thy grace wealth to support us evermore, Thou driver of the tawny steeds! 1. O Indra, give us wisdom as a sire gives wisdom to his sons, Lovers of sweetness, hear my call 10. Send us this day, God Savitar, prosperity with progeny Subdue the Dasyus by ourselves! 8. 9. 2. 1. 1. 1. Pervade, O Pavamana, all our treasures with repeated light, Or his desire who supplicates. Seat thee on the dear sacred grass! 1. 2. let my ladies full of sacred oil come nigh to thee. Bring what thou deemest worth the wish, O Indra that which is in heavem! Onward hath Soma pressed through the sheep's fair bright fleece, and hath, as 'twere, endued a garment newly washed. This album is composed by Hari Achuta Rama Sastry. Indu, flow on, a mighty juice; glorify us among the folk: Most liberal who controlleth men. Wondrously bright between wide earth and heaven, well worshipped, looking forth in all directions. Hitherward! He hath appeared, best prosperer, in whom men lay their holy acts: Pour on us boldly, Indra, kine and chariot-steeds, ever to be the conqueror's strength! Ye by command of yonder Dyaus, God bright by day! Yajur Veda Chanting-Part 2 Every one of the four Vedas are chanted in different style. May we gain food and heavenly light! Mitra and Varuna we call to drink the draught of Soma juice, O Brahmanaspati, make thou Kakshivan Ausija a loud He hath pressed Soma out with stones. As cows low to their calves in stalls, so with our songs we glorify 1. Whose smoke wanders at will, and none may grasp his flame Wide as a mountain spread on all sides, Lord of heaven. 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. 5. 10. This Indra is our gracious friend. I know and ne'er forget the hymns and praises of thee, theconqueror, of thy power immortal. To thee the splendid, Lord of light! 4. 2. 3. As rain from out the cloud, for you, Indra and Agni, from my thought Flow on to indra, Soma, carefully effused: let sickness stay afar together with the fiend! Thy spark is black and crackling; kindled in due time, O bounteous, it is taken up. 3. So dawn thou on one mightier still, on Satyasravas, Vayya's son, high-born! 3. 6. And for the bays' Lord strengthened those he loveth. 1. Indu, bring splendid manly might 3. 5. With ceaseless genial flow the Strong hath run, purified by the waters, blent with milk. I. Vayu, the bright is offered thee, best of the meath, at morning rites. Even thine who furtheredst life with a God's own power, freeing the floods. 4. 2. 9. 1. 7. The chanting of … Laid bare this world's lowest and highest regions, womb of the existent and the non-existent. Let us serve him who bears our gifts! 2. 4. as a friend, the promise of his friend. 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