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This hymn dedicated to Indu (Soma) praises his pure and gladdening stream, emphasizing his role as a friend of all men and his attainment of a sacred abode. Indu is recognized as the best granter of bliss and the promoter of wealthy princes’ gifts. The hymn calls for his flow onward to the banquet of the mighty Devas.

The subsequent prayer acknowledges Indu as the treasure of the earth and heaven, the nourisher of all creatures, and the protector of the weak. Indu is revered as the giver of strength and wisdom, the remover of sins, and the recipient of praises from the Devas and sages. He is hailed as the bringer of joy and peace, the slayer of enemies, and the guide and refuge of the righteous and virtuous.

The prayer recognizes Indu as the source of light, inspiration, and all blessings. It expresses worship, reverence, and devotion towards Indu, seeking his divine essence as the embodiment of all that is good and true. The prayer acknowledges Indu as the essence of their prayers and the fulfiller of their desires.

Indu is acknowledged as the supreme Lord of all, governing the universe. The prayer humbly bows down and seeks his blessings, expressing a desire to be filled with the nectar of his love and grace, to drink from the cup of his wisdom and understanding, and to be strengthened by his power and courage. The prayer concludes by seeking Indu’s guidance towards eternal bliss and happiness.

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@indra: ## HYMN II. Indu.
Indu, flow on, inviting Devas, speed to the purifying cloth: Pass into Indra, as a Bull.

As mighty food speed hitherward, indu, as a most splendid Steer: Sit in thy place as one with strength.

The well-loved was made to flow, the stream of the creative juice drew waters to himself.

The mighty waters, yea, the floods accompany thee Mighty One.

The lake is brightened in the floods. Heaven’s prop and stay, Falls on the purifying cloth.

The tawny Bull hath bellowed, He shines together with the Sun.

Songs, indu, active in their might are beautified for thee, where thou deckest thee for our delight.

To thee who givest ample room we meditate. Great are the praises due to thee.

Indu as, Indra’s Friend, on us pour with a stream of sweetness, like Parjanya sender of the rain.

Winner of kine, indu, art thou, winner of heroes, steeds, and strength Primeval Soul of Offerings.

@api:p:Thou art the giver of joy, the remover of sadness, O Indu, support us in our worship.
Thou who flowest like a river, bring us blessings, cure our diseases and dispel all our fears.

With thy nourishing stream, O Indu, grant us vitality, intelligence, and creative energy.

May we partake of thy essence and be elevated to higher realms of existence.

O Indu, thou art the source of inspiration and wisdom, guide us on the path of righteousness and enlightenment.

May we offer thee the best of our offerings and sacrifice with devotion and gratitude.

O Indu, with thy divine grace, may we attain the highest bliss and eternal happiness.

Hail, O Indu, the sacred Soma, bless us with thy abundant gifts and grace.


This hymn dedicated to Indu (Soma) invokes his flow and invites the Devas to partake of his purifying essence. It compares Indu to a mighty food, a splendid steer, and a bull. The hymn describes the brightening of the lake and the falling of Indu on the purifying cloth, signifying its sanctifying nature.

The hymn acknowledges Indu’s association with the Sun and praises the songs that beautify him. It meditates on Indu’s greatness, his ability to give ample room, and the praises deserving of him. Indu is hailed as the friend of Indra, pouring a stream of sweetness like Parjanya, the sender of rain. Indu is recognized as the winner of kine, heroes, steeds, and strength, representing the primeval soul of offerings.

The subsequent prayer acknowledges Indu as the giver of joy and the remover of sadness, seeking his support in worship. Indu is called upon to bring blessings, cure diseases, and dispel fears. The prayer expresses a desire for vitality, intelligence, and creative energy through Indu’s nourishing stream. It seeks to partake in Indu’s essence and be elevated to higher realms of existence.

The prayer recognizes Indu as the source of inspiration and wisdom, calling for his guidance on the path of righteousness and enlightenment. It expresses a commitment to offering the best offerings and sacrificing with devotion and gratitude. The prayer seeks to attain the highest bliss and eternal happiness through Indu’s divine grace.

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@indra: ## HYMN XXI. Indu.
To Indra flow these running drops, these Somas frolicsome in mood.

Exhilarating, finding light;

Driving off foes, bestowing room upon the presser, willingly Bringing their praiser vitalforce.

Lightly disporting them, the drops flow to one common reservoir, and fall into the river’s wave.

These Indus have obtained all blessings much to be desired, like coursers harnessed to a car.

With view to us, O Soma-drops, bestow his manifold desire On him who yet hath given us naught.

Bring us our wish with this design, as a wright brings his new-wrought wheel: Flow pure and shining with the stream.

These drops have cried with resonant voice: like swift steeds they have run the course, and roused the good man’s hymn to life.

@api:p:O Indra, thou art praised by these, the flowing drops of Soma juice, who offer thee their potent power.
Thy strength and wisdom none can match, no foe withstands thy mighty arm, thy fierce and rapid energy.

In battles thou dost lead the charge, with thunderbolt and lightning flash, smiting the foeman’s ranks in twain.

O Indra, hear our hymn of praise, and grant us thy divine support, to overcome all enemies.

Thou art the Lord of Heaven and Earth, the giver of all wealth and fame, the source of joy and happiness.

We offer thee our humble prayer, O Indra, may thy blessings flow, and bring us peace and harmony.

Let every heart be filled with love, let every mouth be filled with truth, let every soul be free from fear.

Hail Indra, Lord of Soma juice, our guide and guardian, friend and foe, we bow before thy mighty power.

Watson Deva Analysis
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The hymn praises the flowing drops of Soma juice that are offered to Indra. It describes the exhilarating and light-finding nature of the Soma, driving off foes and bestowing vital force upon the one who presses it. The drops flow together to a common reservoir and eventually fall into the river’s wave, symbolizing the blessings they have obtained.

The subsequent prayer acknowledges Indra’s strength, wisdom, and unmatched power. Indra is praised as the leader in battles, wielding thunderbolt and lightning to smite the ranks of the enemies. The prayer seeks Indra’s divine support to overcome all enemies and prays for his blessings to bring peace and harmony. Indra is recognized as the Lord of Heaven and Earth, the giver of wealth, fame, joy, and happiness.

The prayer expresses humility and offers a plea for every heart to be filled with love, every mouth to be filled with truth, and every soul to be free from fear. Indra is hailed as the Lord of Soma juice, the guide and guardian, and the mighty power to whom they bow.

The Watson Deva Analysis suggests that the sentiment of the text is positive and undefined, with keywords related to Indra, Soma, prayer, blessings, strength, wisdom, and various aspects of devotion and praise. The emotions identified are joy, fear, and a low level of sadness.

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@indra: ## HYMN XXII. Indu.
THESE rapid Soma-streams have stirred themselves to motion like strong steeds, like cars, like armies hurried forth.

Swift as wide winds they lightly move, like rain-storms of Parjanya, like The flickering flames of burning fire.

These Soma juices, blent with curds, purified, skilled in sacred hymns, have gained by song their hearts’desire.

Immortal, cleansed, these drops, since first they flowed, have never wearied, fain To reach the regions and their paths.

Advancing they have travelled o’er the ridges of the Earth and Heaven, and this the highest realm of all.

Over the heights have they attained the highest thread that is spun out, and this which must be deemed most high.

Thou, Soma, boldest wealth in kine which thou hast seized from niggard churls: Thou calledst forth the outspun thread.

@api:p:Thy power hath spread as wide as sky and earth, and all the worlds have heard thy praise and sought thy grace.
Thou art the friend of Gods, their bulwark strong, their healer, drunk by them in heaven’s own abode.

To thee, O Soma, pour we forth this hymn, with reverence and with offerings of ghee and milk.

May we, by drinking thee, be strong and wise, and win the highest goal of life and happiness.


The hymn describes the rapid and powerful motion of the Soma streams, comparing them to strong steeds, cars, and armies in their swift movement. They are depicted as moving like wide winds, rain-storms, and flickering flames.

The Soma juices, when blended with curds and purified through sacred hymns, have achieved their heart’s desire through song. They are immortal and unwearying, constantly striving to reach the highest realms and paths of existence.

The hymn acknowledges that Soma holds wealth in the form of seized cattle from those who hoard it selfishly. Soma is credited with calling forth the outspun thread, which can be interpreted metaphorically as the sustainer of life and the cosmic order.

The subsequent prayer recognizes Soma’s immense power, which encompasses the sky, the earth, and all the worlds. Soma is praised as the friend and protector of the gods, a source of healing and rejuvenation for them in the heavenly realm.

The prayer is offered to Soma with reverence and offerings of ghee and milk. The aspiration is for strength, wisdom, and the attainment of the highest goal of life and happiness through partaking in Soma.

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@indra: ## HYMN XXIII. Indu.
SWIFT Soma drops have been effused in streams of meath, the gladdening drink, for sacred lore of every kind.

Hither to newer. resting-place the ancient Living Ones are come.

They made the Sun that he might shine.

O Indu, bring to us the unsacrificing foeman’s wealth, and give us food with progeny.

The living Somas being cleansed diffuse exhilarating drink, Turned to the vat which drips with meath.

Soma gows on intelligent, possessing sap and mighty strength, Brave Hero who repels the curse.

For Indra, Soma! thou art cleansed, a feast-companion for the Devas:

ndu, thou fain wilt win us strength

When he had drunken draughts of this, Indra smote down resistless foes: Yea, smote them, and shall smite them still.

@api:p:O Indu, thou art the source of inspiration and wisdom, the bringer of joy and happiness.
With thy auspicious power, thou hast granted to us a prosperous life and abundant wealth.

With thy divine grace, we are able to fulfill our duties and attain our goals.

O Soma, thou art the nectar of immortality, the key to the heavenly abodes.

Grant us the strength and courage to overcome all obstacles and attain eternal bliss.

We offer our devotion and praise to thee, O Indu, the embodiment of divine splendor and grace.


The hymn speaks of the swift and exhilarating flow of Soma drops, which are likened to streams of meath, the gladdening drink. These drops are praised for their role in sacred rituals and the acquisition of divine knowledge.

The hymn calls upon Indu, another name for Soma, to bring wealth and abundance, including the spoils of victory over enemies. Soma is revered as a purifier and provider of nourishment, both physical and spiritual.

Soma is described as possessing intelligence, sap, and mighty strength, acting as a brave hero who repels curses. It is purified and offered to Indra, the king of gods, to grant strength and power to the devotees.

Indra is credited with the conquest of formidable foes with the aid of Soma, and the hymn expresses confidence that he will continue to smite them.

The prayer acknowledges Soma as the source of inspiration, wisdom, joy, and happiness. It recognizes the auspicious power of Soma in bestowing prosperity, fulfilling duties, and achieving goals. Soma is regarded as the key to attaining immortality and accessing the heavenly realms.

Devotion and praise are offered to Soma, acknowledging its divine splendor and grace.

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