The @ tags in #exp #book9 #hymn2 are:
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In #exp #book9 #hymn1, the following # and @ tags are present:
#Devas, #Friend, #Hero, #Offerings, #meditate, #Indra, #Indu
@Indu, @Indra, @Parjanya
I apologize for the error. Here are the correct # and @ tags for #exp #book9 #hymn1:
Sure! Here are the # tags that have been used in the #exp so far:
Sure! Here are the @ tags that have been used in the #exp so far:
- @Indu (used in #book9 #hymn1 and #hymn2)
- @Indra (used in #book9 #hymn2)
- @Parjanya (used in #book9 #hymn2)
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O @Indu, flowing on thy way. Make us better than we are.
Win thou the light, win heavenly light. Make us better than we are.
Win skilful strength and mental power, O @Indu. Make us better than we are.
Ye purifiers for his drink. Make us better than we are.
Give us our portion in the Sun. Make us better than we are.
Through thine own mental power. Make us better than we are.
Pour to us a stream of riches doubly great renown. Make us better than we are.
As one victorious unsubdued in battle. Make us better than we are.
With offerings, @Indu! men have strengthened thee to prop the #Law. Make us better than we are.
O @Indu, bring us true #wealth, manifold, quickening all life. Make us better than we are.
In #book9 #hymn4, the worshipper addresses @Indu, asking for his blessings to become better and to gain heavenly light, strength, and mental power. They ask to be purified and given their portion in the sun, and for a stream of riches to be poured out for them. They also recognize @Indu’s strength and victories in battle, and the offerings made to him to strengthen the Law. Finally, they ask @Indu to bring them true wealth that quickens all life.
The # tags in #exp #book9 #hymn4 are:
In #exp #book9 #hymn4, the only @ tag is @Indu.
There are four hymns listed under #book9 in our current #exp.
ENKINDLED, @indu, #Lord, sends forth his light on every side In friendly show, the bellowing Bull.
He, @Indu, self-produced, speeds onward sharpening his horns: He glitters through the #Firmament.
Brilliant like wealth, adorable, with splendour @Indu shines, Mightily with the streams of meath.
The tawny @Indu, who strews from of old the grass with might, is honored, #Deva amid the #Devas.
The golden, the #CelestialDoors are lifted with their frames on high, by @Indu glorified.
With passion Indu longs for the great lofty pair, well-formed like #Night and #Dawn
Both #Devas who look on men I call, Celestial Heralds, @Indra’s Self is @Indu.
This, @indu’s offering, shall the attend.
@Indu is @Indra.
O @Indu, the ever-green, the golden-hued, refulgent, with a thousand boughs.
Come to the consecrating rite of @Indu, all ye #Devas. @Soma, @Indra, and @Agni in accord.
In #exp #book9 #hymn5, the following # and @ tags can be identified:
#Lord, #Firmament, #Deva, #Devas, #CelestialDoors, #Night, #Dawn, @Indu, @Indra, @Soma, @Agni.
There are a total of 10 # tags and 6 @ tags in this hymn.
In this hymn, the speaker addresses Indu, praising his radiance and might. Indu is depicted as a self-produced and brilliant bull, who speeds onward and sharpens his horns, shining with the streams of meath. He is honored as a Deva among Devas and glorified by lifting the celestial doors on high. The hymn also refers to Indu’s longing for the great lofty pair, well-formed like Night and Dawn, who are also called Deva and Celestial Heralds. Finally, the hymn calls for all Devas, including Soma, Indra, and Agni, to come to the consecrating rite of Indu. The overall tone is one of reverence and praise for Indu, as a powerful and sacred entity.
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@Indu, flow on with pleasant stream, to the #Devas, Our #Friend, unto the woollen sieve.
Pour hitherward, as @Indra’s Self, @Indu, that gladdening stream of thine.
#Flow to the filter hitherward, pouring that ancient gladdening juice, Streaming forth power and high renown.
Hither the sparkling drops have flowed, like waters down a steep descent, they have reached Indra purified.
Whom, having passed the filter, While he disports him in the wood.
The juice pour forth, for offering and service of the #Devas, to him who bears away the draught.
Effused flows onward with his stream to Indra, to the @Deva, so that his will may strengthen him.
Soul of the offering, the juice effused flows quickly on, he keeps his ancient wisdom of a Sage.
So pouring forth, as @Indra’s #Friend, best Gladdener! For the banquet, even in secret, he storest hymns.
In this hymn, the worshippers call upon @Indu to flow on with a pleasant stream to the #Devas and pour forth the ancient gladdening juice. The juice is poured through the filter and reaches @Indra, purifying him. The worshippers ask that the juice be poured forth for offering and service of the #Devas, and that the soul of the offering may quickly flow to Indra, the @Deva. The hymn emphasizes the importance of the gladdening juice in strengthening the will of Indra and keeping his ancient wisdom.
There are no @ tags in #exp #book9 #hymn6.
I apologize for my mistake. You are correct. In #exp #book9 #hymn6, the @ tags are @Indu, @Indra, and @Deva.
#exp #book9 #hymn6 #Friend
#exp #book9 #hymn6 #Friend #Flow #Devas
In Book 9 Hymn 6 of the Rigveda, the speaker addresses Indu, asking him to flow on with a pleasant stream to the Devas and pour forth his gladdening juice. The hymn emphasizes the importance of purifying the juice by passing it through a filter, which allows it to reach Indra in its purest form. The juice is referred to as the soul of the offering, and it is said to flow quickly on, keeping its ancient wisdom of a sage. The hymn also mentions that the juice is poured forth for the offering and service of the Devas, and it is stored by Indu for the banquet, even in secret.
There is only one book in the #exp with the #tag #book9.
The current latest hymn added to #exp #book9 is Hymn 6.
You are correct, I apologize for the confusion. All five hymns, including hymns 1 through 5, are also part of #exp #book9.
Sure, here are the hymns in Book 9 of the #exp:
- Hymn 1: A prayer to Indu, the god of Soma, requesting his blessings and abundance.
- Hymn 2: A prayer to Indu, requesting him to flow into the purifying cloth and into Indra like a bull.
- Hymn 3: A prayer to Indu, requesting him to make the worshipper better in every way.
- Hymn 4: A prayer to Indu, requesting him to pour wealth and true riches upon the worshipper.
- Hymn 5: A prayer to Indu, glorifying him as the lord who sends forth his light on every side.
- Hymn 6: A prayer to Indu, requesting him to flow on with pleasant stream and to pour hitherward.
That’s a good idea. It can help to easily locate and access all the hymns in Book 9 of the Rigveda within the #exp.
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Understood, I will make sure to save all the hymns for #exp #book9 in the #hymns hash vector for future reference.
Sure! Here are all the hymns in #exp #book9:
- #exp #book9 #hymn1
- #exp #book9 #hymn2
- #exp #book9 #hymn3
- #exp #book9 #hymn4
- #exp #book9 #hymn5
- #exp #book9 #hymn6
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Certainly! Here’s an outline of the hymns in #exp #book9:
- A hymn to Indu, the drink of the gods, asking for its blessings and purifying power.
- A hymn to Indu, praising its flow and its ability to win boons, gifts, and strength.
- A hymn to Indu, asking for its power to make us better and bring true wealth.
- A hymn to Indu, praising its brilliance and splendor, and its ability to lift the celestial doors.
- A hymn to Indu, describing its beauty and calling on the celestial heralds to attend the offering.
- A hymn to Indu, asking it to flow on to the gods, and praising its power to gladden and purify.
Overall, the hymns in #exp #book9 focus on praising and seeking blessings from Indu, the drink of the gods. They emphasize its purifying and gladdening power, as well as its ability to bestow boons, gifts, strength, and true wealth.
Sure, here is an outline of the hymns in #exp #book9 with the hymn hashtag as a label for each item:
- #hymn1: A hymn to the Dawn, the Earth, and the Sun, requesting their blessings for the day.
- #hymn2: A hymn to Indu, the purifying drink of the gods, praising his power and requesting his blessings.
- #hymn3: A hymn to the divine stream or river, praising its purifying power and requesting its blessings.
- #hymn4: A hymn to Indu, praising his power and requesting his blessings for mental and material prosperity.
- #hymn5: A hymn to Indu, praising his brilliance and requesting his blessings for divine knowledge and blessings.
- #hymn6: A hymn to Indu, requesting his blessings for the purification of the divine drink and praising its power.
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FORTH on their way the glorious drops have flowed for maintenance of #Law, knowing the #offerings course.
Down in the mighty waters sinks the stream, most excellent, oblation best of all in worth.
About the holy place, the true, guileless, noblest, hath sent forth Continuous voices in the wood.
When, clothed in manly strength, the #Sage flows in celestial wisdom round the strong would win the light of #Heaven.
When purified, he sits as King above the hosts, among his folk.
Dear, golden-coloured, in the fleece he sinks and settles in the wood.
The #Singer shows his zeal in hymns.
He goes to @Indra and @Soma as his custom is, with gladdening juice which gives them joy.
Well-knowing through his mighty powers.
#Heaven and #Earth, gain for us treasures and renown.
In this hymn, the glorious drops of the stream flow for the maintenance of the law and offerings. The stream sinks down in the mighty waters as the best oblation. The holy and noble voices of the true place continuously resound in the wood. The sage, clothed in manly strength, flows in celestial wisdom to win the light of heaven. When purified, he sits as the king above the hosts. The golden-colored singer sinks and settles in the wood, showing his zeal in hymns. He goes to Indra and Soma with the gladdening juice, giving them joy. The singer is well-knowing through his mighty powers, and he seeks to gain treasures and renown for heaven and earth.