m Thou containest all life, strengthen the earth; thou restest firm, strengthen the atmosphere; thou restest inviolable, strengthen the heaven. g O axe, harm him not. n Agni, the head. The word "Pratima" in Sanskrit means “image” or “likeness”. f O bath, O flood, thou glidest, O flood; thou hast removed by sacrifice the sin committed by the gods, through the gods, the sin committed by mortals, through mortals; guard us, O god, from wide hostility. That shinest in the darkness, with our devotion, The divine ship with good oars, the blameless, Within the Garhapatya much variegated work is performed; with two verses to Agni, the purifier, he pays reverence to the Garhapatya; verily he purifies the fire, he purifies himself; (he uses) two for support. The reverence of the fire is [6] the benediction of him who has established a fire; therefore reverence should be paid to the fire. i May Dyutana Maruta set thee up according to the established law of Mitra and Varuna. To that thee! May he by day [1] and night protect us from the foe. n Be ye of one mind for us, one dwelling, spotless. b Thou art the bearer which carrieth the offering. You can sign in to give your opinion on the answer. The sap of the sap of the waters, strengthen increase of wealth, Where are the many-horned active kine; p May we set thee around us, O Agni, Do thou confer upon us a stall full of kine. In rage do thou avert the anger To Savitr (he offers) on twelve potsherds; the sacrificial fee is a speckled (ox). m Thou art the thread of Visnu. n May there come to me the instigation of strength; He quickeneth the seed of the waters. For ever may they remove from us evil [2]. And thy father and mother rejoice. p May I behold the light, the radiance for all men. With the praise of Naraçansa Make him low l That highest step of Visnu Chapters 32 - 33. The food and strength have I seized; He who removes the fire casts away the sacrifice and cattle. He falls away [2] from this world who pays reverence to the Ahavaniya; he pays reverence to the Garhapatya; verily he rests on this world, and also he makes amends to the Garhapatya. h To Agni, to the mighty firmament! i To Vayu thee; to Varuna thee; to Nirrti thee; to Rudra thee! The entire work is in verses without prose portions as in the Kṛṣṇa Yajurveda. A thousandfold, strong. Hail to night and day! The sacrificial cake is offered on five potsherds; the seasons are five; verily he wins it from the seasons and establishes it. e In the sea is thy heart, within the waters; f Let Rudra's dart avoid you. To endeavour hail! created things[ table,chair.IDOLS]. O Agni, rich in radiance; Then may we, O Aditya [3], in thy rule, a Be pure for the lord of speech, O strong one; male, purified by the arms with the shoots of the male; thou art the god purifier of gods; to those thee whose portion thou art! the complete lexial analysis of the shloka to get the correct meaning. d To sky thee, to atmosphere thee, to earth thee! 'The fires, both in the front and at the back, must be bestrewed', they say; men [2] indeed desire what is bestrewed, and, how much more the gods whose is a new dwelling. Shall prevail over those who sacrifice not. In the waters thirdly the manly; Agni here, the desirable. i O Agni [2] be thou our nearest, q Thou art the dragon of the deep. The Maruts who bear the sacrifice, As a chariot to win the prize, g Gaze, O goddess, together with the goddess Urvaçi. g Thou art taken with a support; agreeable to Prajapati I take thee this sacrifice, place in front the lord of the sacrifice. a For striving thee! Be ye kindly, O Adityas; Do thou unite me with radiance. p Pure, O purifying one, to be lauded, i May the Pitrs restore mind to us, a Ye gods that are eleven in the sky, They call him to aid, like sons a father. In our bodies, all these medicines; May Agni make good all that, q The sacrifice hath become, it hath [3] come into being, The bountiful, the divine ruler, Indra, v Thou art the holder, thou art the self-holder. m Thou art the stone of wood. With the eternal sieve. a I have passed by some, I have not approached others. Ye twain shall rejoice together in the offering He approacheth the place of the gods, Hath encompassed all these beings; The pupil of the eye of Agni, Glory in good heroes [2], The more a man forgets this fact of life, the more he is in darkness. b By sacrifice to the god Naraçansa, may I be possessed of cattle. A coward man can look very beautiful. What is 32.3 ? 4. 'Her too I have invoked', he said, 'who is available to people as they increase.' To effort hail! May he set right whatever is amiss in our bodies. Now more and more is thy divine gift increased, a Thou art Madhu and Madhava; thou art Çukra and Çuci; thou art Nabha and Nabbasya; thou art Isa and Urja; thou art Saha and Sahasya; thou art Tapa and Tapasya. Possessing Indra [2], may we win, e O plant, guard it. Now he who removes the fire is the slayer of the hero among the gods; Brahmans desirous of holiness did not aforetime eat his food; the Yajyas and Anuvakyas are in the Pankti metre; the sacrifice is fivefold, man is fivefold; verily making recompense to the gods for the hero he re-establishes the fire [1]. Licking the earth, devouring the plants; 1. Thou art a cow; be for my enjoyment. d Fare along the broad atmosphere. h To Agni hail! The (grains) which are thrown down to the west of the support he (offers) on one potsherd to Nirrti; the sacrificial fee is a black garment with a black fringe. Prajapati created the sacrifices, the Agnihotra, the Agnistoma, the full moon sacrifice, the Ukthya, the new moon sacrifice and the Atiratra. c Strength, instigation, the later born, inspiration, heaven, the head, the Vyaçniya, the offspring of the last, the last, the offspring of being, being, the overlord. a Bold art thou, support our prayer. g Let thy breath be united with the wind, thy limbs with the sacrificial, the lord of the sacrifice with his prayer. d In the waters [1] is ambrosia, in the waters is medicine; i May I be victorious through the victory of Indra [1]. i Thou art the pillar of Varuna. n Thou art the seat of Indra, the shade of all folk. Let us worship at the utterance of the hymn, at the utterance of homage. 'Should reverence be paid to the fire or not?' c Be not against us in battles, O god Indra The sun for all to see. Overcome the enmity, the hostility; a His rays bear up the god May it make us overlords, The far-darting, powerful one, the winged one, g Thou art the seeker of aid, the worshipper. Hath meted the breadth of the earth; Return with Soma as thy comrade, with wealth. As far as vidyā is concerned, the first mantra has explained very clearly that the Supreme Lord is the proprietor of everything and that forgetfulness of this fact is ignorance. To the plants thee! d May I be victorious through the victory of Agni. i Thine anger, O Varuna, would we avert with reverence, Let him restrain the enemy, let him make security, I am searching for … Monier-Williams translates yajus as "religious reverence, veneration, worship, sacrifice, a sacrificial prayer, formula, particularly mantras muttered in a peculiar manner at a sacrifice". b Thou art taken with a support; to Indra of the Sodaçin thee! 6 years ago. Having drunk the ghee, the sweet, the delightful product of the cow, Agni, marcheth devouring many broad (forests). d For us be born a hero of great deeds, l Hail! They will agree to worship an ordinary man if he happens to be rich, but they will never worship the Personality of Godhead. This is thy birthplace; to Indra of the Sodaçin thee! This is thy birthplace; to Indra of the Sodaçin thee! Of thee that art the imperishable I make the offering. Ye all, give to us, wealthy ones, wealth. The lowest, the midmost knot; Slayer of Raksases, suppressor of demons. The offerings at dawn and evening e Thou art a lioness; thou art a buffalo. Let it be ours. d O earth whereon sacrifice is offered to the gods, let me harm not the root of thy plant. q Shining like gold, he hath become widely resplendent, e Thou art a bowl made of the rock, may the rock recognize thee. h This is thy birthplace; to inspiration thee! c The Raksas is burnt, the evil spirits are burnt. c Let the god Savitr impel you to the most excellent offering. He who knows the beginning, the support, the end of the sacrifice [1] reaches the end with a secure and uninjured sacrifice. 34. a I place thee that hast light. c Ye Dhisanas, that are strong, be strengthened; gather strength, and give me strength; let me not harm you, harm me not. Vidyāyām refers to the study of the Vedas because the Vedas are the origin of all knowledge (vidyā), and ratāḥ means "those engaged." e I sprinkle you agreeable to Agni, to Agni and Soma. Crush our foes, kin or not kin. Bronze pillared at the rising of the sun, the contest with Vrtra. To Indra, conqueror of Vrtra, thee! c Thou art the supporter of the sky, may the skin of Aditi recognize thee. Over it as it is brought up he should say, 'O thou of fair rain colour, come hither'; the cattle are the Ida; verily he summons cattle. One must approach a bona fide spiritual master in order to understand the transcendental message of the Vedas. i Strong limbed, winning a thousand, v By sacrifice to the god Indra, may I be powerful. The Isha Upanishad is found in the White Yajurveda. i Thou, whom this sharp axe hath brought forward for great good Again guard us on all sides. Fit for oblation, mighty, most exhilarating, In each home [1] do thou offer the kindling-stick, O Agni; This is the milking of the generous one; he who knows thus milks her indeed. '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. The glowing pot is the guest of Indra. You both I summon for the winning of strength. I make it pleasant for me with my husband. g For the plants with good berries thee! x O Agni, thou purifiest life [7]; May Bhaga, may Brhaspati, Let us rise with a thousand shoots. r Thou, O Agni, hast attained the radiance of the sun, the praises of the Rsis, thy beloved abode. Go to Mitra and Varuna, hail! Let the cauldron go to the gods. b O Agni, drive off the fire that eats raw flesh, send away the corpse-eating one, bring hither the fire that sacrifices to the gods. Let him arrange the offerings him the seasons. To wisdom, to thought, to Agni, hail! Drink the Soma, for joy, to thy content; b Ye are winds, ye are approachers. O thou of true rule! e Be mind ready. Hence born be discerneth all the (earth), a They yoke their minds, and yoke their thoughts, He pays reverence; that is his union. Of these that have no handles If be were to fast without eating, the Pitrs would be his divinity [3]; he eats of the wild, the wild is power, and so he bestows power upon himself. Those who engage in the culture of nescient activities shall enter into the darkest region of ignorance. Sometimes they even condemn the Purāṇas, which are authentic Vedic explanations for laymen. h I pour down those which slay the Raksas, which slay the spell, and which are of Visnu. g The spot (stoka) has been offered, the drop has been offered. g Thou art the step of Visnu, smiter of him who practiseth evil; with the Jagati metre I step across the sky; excluded is he whom we hate. w For thou art, O son, a singer, seated at the feast; These two firmaments Visnu held asunder; I Varuna's noose is tied. Pure sage, pure poet, To distraction hail! Blazing with the wise. 'Her too I have invoked', he said, who supports people in distress and succours them as they improve.' m The quarters, the Pradiçes, the Adiçes, the Vidiçes, the Uddiçes. o Thou art the lord of consecrations, guard me that am here. May the strong steed, winning a hundred, a thousand, p With the red steed may Agni convey thee to the god; with the tawny ones may Indra convey thee to the god; with Etaça may Sarya convey thee to the god. The sage, the king, the guest of men, f O Soma, give so much, and bear more hither. 'Swell, O ruddy one', he says; the ruddy one is the sacrifice; verily he magnifies the sacrifice; thus he places among the gods what is given, but keeps his cattle with himself. 'Her too I have invoked', he said, 'in whose step people drink the ghee they live upon.' Him who hath wrought evil for us, O blazing one, An unlimited amount should be poured out, Prajapati is unlimited; (verily it serves) to win Prajapati [2]. May the host of the gods; 'Thou, O Agni, hast attained the radiance of the sun', he says; 'that thou art, thus may I be', he says in effect. 'Make, O lord of prayer', he says; verily he wins splendour. Youngest, with loud-sounding immortal ones, q Hail! i Kindled, O Agni, shine for me; kindling thee, O Agni, may I shine. God cannot be seen directly by anyone. c The Raksas is burnt up, the evil spirits are burnt up. i This king hath surmounted the quarters. 'Ye are strength; may I share your strength', he says [1], for they are strength. Streams of ghee approach on all sides. d To us from the sky, from the great [1] mountain; Broad and deep be thy loving kindness. k I place thee that hast great light. Eleven on the earth, x Before the cruel foe slips away, O glorious one, h Thou art the milk of the great ones, thou art the giver of splendour; splendour [1] place in me. h Fare to the sky [1], thence bring us rain. Yajurveda does not say, we cannot imagine God. Of which the Dasas were lords ye overtbrew b May the active one gladly partake of the ghee. For great is the barley heap of this bountiful one; p O Vayu, taste the drops. a Great is Indra, manfully controlling men, Excellence has not been obtained by him who having established a fire has no retinue; cattle indeed are the retinue of a Brahman. g O Agni, among our bountiful lords, preserve The strong, eager for praise. Do ye protect us ever with your blessings. b Thou art ambrosia; from death protect me. l Swiftly (goeth) the chariot of the worshipper [3] a For the rite you two, for the gods may I be strong. O Indra, accept this oblation; e Fare along the broad atmosphere. As a cow milk, so for us milk; In that he pays reverence with the metres, he seeks to recover his own. Proclaim us sharers among the gods. To atmosphere thee! i To Tryambaka we make offering, m Unbroken is the cauldron, sprinkling abundantly, Bodiless means that a body dies, body do excreta, bodies are made up of impure blood and flesh. g Let him, O Agni, be fortunate and munificent, That maintain in security the sacrifice, c O juhu, come hither, Agni summons thee for the sacrifice to the gods. And full of mercy, O Açvins, With all thy aids, Thy great strength, O Indra, This is thy birthplace; to Indra with the Maruts thee! Who knoweth all, n Do thou with good labour elaborate this offering for the gods. By the whole sacrifice the gods went to the world of heaven; Manu laboured with the cooked offering; the Ida went to Manu; the gods and the Asuras called severally upon her, the gods directly, the Asuras indirectly; she went to the gods; the cattle choose the gods, cattle deserted the Asuras. May the desires of the sacrificer be fulfilled. He is unborned and He should be worshipped" (Yajurveda, Chapter 32, Verse 3) "God is bodyless and pure" (Yajurveda, Chapter … The sacrifice goes away, and turns not back; to him who sacrifices knowing the restoration of the sacrifice it does turn back; 'The sacrifice hath become, it hath come into being', he says; this is the restoration of the sacrifice, and thereby he restores it. o May these our songs, O lover of song, To your home, ye bounteous ones. Pure sage, pure poet, Yajur Veda is the second of the four vedas. The Holy message in the book matters. Pusan with gain, Soma with a gift, m After him as he hasteneth in triumphant speed Burn those that revile, the Raksases; guard us, Pure food did not come to the earth; she [1] beheld this Mantra; then food came to her. Veda means "knowledge". Born of the waters, born of the cows, born of holy order, born of the mountain, the great holy order. Unwearied, never hostile, unexhausted, Thou, O Agni, art the guardian of law, n May Brhaspati be thy leader; l Agni, of purest vows, There is resplendent the highest step c O King Soma, come hither, descend. The gods who receive offering secretly, he thus offers to them in sacrifice; in that he brings the Anvaharya mess--the Brahmans are the gods openly--them he verily delights. 'With strength I gaze upon you; gaze on me with strength', he says; verily he invokes this blessing. Didst fill the firmament at thy birth; e Pure be the world where the Pitrs sit. The earth which they place in the moon by their offerings, 'Ye are might; may I share your might', he says, for they are might. c May I not brush the place of the cattle, I brush thee that art strong and overcomest foes. In summary idol worship is NOT allowed in Hinduism since the god have no image. Him who filleth and satiateth [4], bringing fame, Come from afar, The comrade by the comrade, art kindled. o O Agni, guard the offering. v To Agni let us make service with hymns, Whom thou hast strengthened in the contest for booty, Wherever there is anything of his nature, thence [4] does he win him. Bhagavad Gita: Chapter 10, Verse 16-17 pratimāṣṭa-vidhā smṛtā [SB - 11.27.12]Meaning: The Deity form of the Lord is said to appear in eight Yajurved chapter 32 verse 3 … l First lord of sacrifices [3], d Rudra alone yieldeth to no second. b May Savity of instigations instigate thee, Agni of lords of the house, Soma of lords of the forest, Rudra of cattle [1], Brhaspati of speech, Indra of nobles, Mitra of truth, Varuna of lords of right. The bull discerneth the heaven. 'For a hundred winters', he says; 'for a hundred winters may I kindle thee', he says in effect. He who knows the seventeenfold Prajapati as connected with the sacrifice rests secure through the sacrifice, and falls not away from the sacrifice. to the gods. Straightway on birth he shone aflame; d Arise, O Agni; spread thyself out; Irresistible is Agni [1], the very vigorous, all-conquering, May Tvastr, Visnu, accord generously a Thou I art a black deer, living in the lair, to Agni thee, hail! In whom, purifying, good things are placed, even as the heaven and earth (support) all beings. Strengthening thee whose life is strong; b Thou art taken with a foundation; to Mahendra thee! He brings them forward with mind; mind is this (earth) [1]; verily with this (earth) he brings them forward. 'Thou art dread; may I be dread among my equals'; verily he makes them harmonious. n Of the seasons the rains I delight; delighted may they delight me. m With the impulse of strength, 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. k This is thy portion, O Rudra; rejoice in it; with it for food, do thou go away beyond the Mujavants. i Thou art the pupil of Vrtra's eye, thou art the guardian of the eye, guard my eye. The wrong to Çudra or Aryan, d Speech, breath, eye, ear, offspring, the organ of generation may I not brush, I brush thee that art strong and overcomest foes. d In the eastern quarter may the gods, the priests, make (me) bright; in the southern [1] quarter may the months, the fathers, make (me) bright; in the western quarter may the houses, the cattle, make (me) bright; in the northern quarter may the waters, the plants, the trees make (me) bright; in the zenith may the sacrifice, the year, the lord of the sacrifice make (me) bright. 'The sacrificer should win both beasts of the wild and of the village', they say; in that he refrains from those of the village, thereby be wins them; in that he eats of the wild, thereby he wins them of the wild. h Thou art the bolt of Indra, slaying foes; with this subject to me. 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