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•Vc.^ ^.-^S*' .■J €m M\ ^mmxi% J i Bmg , BOUGHT WITH THE INCOME FROM THE SAGE ENDOWMENT THE GIFT OF FUND 1891 /y/y^s A s:..6:..s..3...z .- . 1 CORNELL UNIVERSn V LIBRARY 3 1924 070 622 091 P5 H-3LS' Cornell University Library The original of tliis book is in tlie Cornell University Library. courses prescribed by him, [and are] the accomplishers [respectively] of creation and destruction. 8 This word is rendered "governing men" by Boht Ungk and Both, vol. (published 1856-1858), who first cite, as determining the sense of the word, R. 302 MEANING OF THE EPITHET KSHATADVl EA, iam asad dvipade ehattishpade viivam puahtafh grdme mminn andturam \ 2. 303 yajna-addhaffi vanhum Icavim avase nihrnyamahe \ are asmad daivyam help asyaiu sumatim id vayam asya a vrimmahe \ 5. Drive away far from us enmity, and distress, and diseases, to a distance. Thou, Eudra, art in glory the most eminent of beings, the strongest of the strong, wielder of the thunderbolt.

Brahma was from the beginniiig considered as the Creator, and he continued to be regarded as fulfilling the same function even after he had sunk into a subordinate position, and had come to be represented by the Totaries of Vishnu and Mahadeva respectively as the mere crea- ture and aigent of one or other of those two gods (see pp. In later times Brahma has had few special worshippers; the only spot where he is periodically adored being at Pushkara in Eajputana.* Three of the acts which the earlier legends ascribe to * See Professor H. Wilson's Essay on the Padma Parana, in the Jonrnal of the Royal Asiatic Society, Vol. ^arali, Parvati, Durga, etc., which we find in the Kena and Mundaka Upanishads, in the Taittiriya Aranyaka, in the Eamayana, Harivamsa, and Maha- bharata, and in the Markandeya Purana (pp. A further indication of the various matters illustrated in this Volume will be obtained by consulting the Index under the names Brahma, Vishnu, Eama, Krishna, Uma, etc. At the same time it is affirmed, strangely enough, that these in- carnations, though occasioned by a curse, were intended for the repression of unrighteousness when it should become dominant on the earth. S'uka in reply goes on to relate that the earth being afflicted by Daityas in the shape of proud princes, had, in the form of a cow, preferred her complaint to Brahma, who had consequently gone with the other gods to supplicate the help of Vishnu. Te U me, Muni, what acts EARTH COMPLAINS OF THE LOAD OF DEMONS. 5 (quoted in Heyne's Homer, Oxford, 1821), we read: ''A? Sarvatma sarva-vit sarvah sa/rvajnah sarva-hhavanah \ yam devam Bevahi devi Vasudevad cyljanat \ Bhaumasya Brahmano guptyai diptam Agnim waranih | . The TJpanishads " reveal the knowledge of soul alone" (kevalatma-jn Spaka-vakyeshu). 185-204), in which Krishna is related to have worshipped Mahadeva, and which were no doubt felt to be inconsistent with the supreme deity of the former. All these being in one part of the foetus, issued from the womb and wept. Eva lalhro vrishabha ckehitdna yathd deva na hrinishe na hamsi \ havana-irud no Rud/ra iha hodhi brihad vadema vidathe suvirdh I "1.

I have quoted the dissertations of Professor Weber on the mythological history of Ambika or TJma. 22, 17ff.) "says positively that Vishnu is the sun, either, because he enters into the heaven, or because he entirely occupies it. Passages in the Hymns of the Eig-yeda relating to Vishnu. On the Jaruthi Ahvriti, Kratha, S'isupala with his men, Jarasandha, S'aivya and S'atadhanvan '" were conquered. Or (3) rut in the plural means the TJpanishads, which are composed of words : by them he is attained, expounded [druyate) : therefore he is termed Eudra. Kad d Mshnydsu vridhasdno Agne had Vatdya pratavase iubhamye \ parijmane ndsatydya kshe Iravah kad Agne Rudraya nri-ghne^" | (verse 7 is quoted above, p. " Before the thunderbolt [falls] unawares, call to your succour Agni, the terrible (rudra) king of the sacrifice, the invoker in both worlds, offering genuine worship, the golden-formed. 7, 10) the meanings "food," and "wealth." In the Nirukta iv.

253 Uaraka were slain; the -way to the city Pragjyotisha was again rendered safe. Avoehdma namo dsmai avasyavah srinotu no hamam Rudro marutvdn | tan no Mitro Varuno mamahantdm Aditih sindhuh prithivi uta dyauh \ "We present these prayers to Rudra,' the strong, with spirally- ' Sayana, in his note on this verse, gives no less than six explanations of the word Endra, which I subjoin, as a specimen of commentorial ingenuity : Bodayati sarvam antakale iti Mitdrah \ yadva rut samsarakhyam duhhhmn | tad dravayaty apagamayati vinaiayati iti Rvdrah \ yadva rutah sabda-rupah upanisha- dah I tabhir druyate gamyate pratipadyate iti Rudrah \ yadva rut sabdatmik S vanl tat-pratipadyatma-vidya, vd \ tarn upasakebhyo rati dadati iti Rudrali \ yadva runa- ddhy avrinoti iti rud andhakaradi \ tad drinati viddrayati iti Rudrah | yadva kada- ehid devaswa-aangrame 'gny-atmako Rudro devair nikshiptam dhanain apahritya niragdt \ asurdn Jitva devdh enam anvishya drishtvd dhanam apdharan \ taddn Jm arudat | tasmad Rudrali ity dkhydyate \ " He is called Eudra (1) because he makes every one weep [rodayati) at the destruction of the world. He drives away {drmayati), removes, destroys, that; therefore he is named Eudra. — A 1)0 rajanam adkvarasya rudram hotdram mtya- yajam rodasyoh \ Agnim purd tanayitnor achittdd hiranya-rupam avase krinudhoam \ 6. "Wilt thou, Agni, who delightest in the altars, wilt thou declare [our sin] " to Vata, the energetic, the bestower 1' This word is explained by Sayana in this place as =manush,yelhyah preritannam, "who has sent food to men," and on E. 7, 17) two senses are assigned to vaja, "food," and "battle," and to iremas are ascribed (ii.

Knowing that Soul, calm, undecaying, young, who is passionless, tranquil, self-existent, immortal, satisfied with the essence, wanting in nothing, — a man is not afraid of death." I quote these passages partly because they contain frequent refer- ences to Prajapati,. — Original non-entity ; Prajapati ; primeval waters ; mundane ecj^, etc., according to the S'atapatha Brahmana, Manu, the JRdmd- yana, Vishnu Purana, etc. vai rishayas te yat pwd 'smdt sarvasmdd idam ichhanta^ iramem tapasd 'rishams tasr mad rishayah | 2. Besting on this foundation, he performed austerity. He created the waters from the world [in the form of] speech.*' Speech belonged to him. He said to it, 'let it become,' 'let it become,' 'let it be developed.' From it the Veda was first created," the triple science. In his childhood he destroyed with his arms the Danava, a doer of direful deeds, who arose,, as it were, the Death of cattle, bearing the form of a bull. Having slain in battle Panchajana dwelling in Patala, Hrishikesa obtained the divine shell Panchajanya. 235, Arjunah Keiavusyatma, "Arjuna is the soul of Ke^ava," etc.

He who knows the golden reed standing in the water, is the mysterious Prajapati." A. Whatever moves, flies, or stands, whatever exists breathing, or not breathing, or winking, — that omni- form [entity] sustains the earth ; that, combined, is one only 44. 21 Asad vai idam ogre ant \ tad ahu^ ' kirn tad asad dsid' iti \ riahayo vava te 'agre asad asit' tad dhuh | 'kete rishaya^' iti \ pranalj. It became to him a foundation; hence men say, ' the Veda {hrahma) is tiie foundation of all this.' Wherefore having studied [the Veda] a man has a founda- tion, for this is his foundation, namely the 'Veda. He slew the king of the Hayas [horses], dwelling in the woods, of the Yamuna, equal to Ucohaihiravas (the horse of Indra) in strength, and to the wind in speed. 400: "Entering of old the ocean, filled with marine monsters, he overcame in battle Varuna, who had sunk within the waters. Give me therefore a full account of the way in which the battle pro- ceeded." Then follow the verses which have been already quoted above in p.

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Sa vai sapta-purusho hhavati \ sapta-purusho hy ayam purusho yach chalvdrah dtmd trayah paksha-puchhdni \ ehatvdro hi tasya purushasya atmd. 2, 2, 1, and seems to be connected with the notion of Agni having the size of seven males. And a Brahman rishi called Durvasas, extremely irascible, was worshipped by him (Krishna), together with his wife, and bestowed on him boons.'^ So, too, the lotus-eyed hero, having conquered the princes, carried off the daughter of the king of the Gandharas at the Swa- yamvara : "^ and the princes, being unable to endure him, were '" Towards the close of Dhptarashtra's speech the following yerse of a proverbial character occurs : — v. Through the faith which I had attained, I beheld Krishna, the lord, with delight; of all 'that I was we U assured, and I obtained as it were a distinct vision, l^o one can by act attain to the limit of Hrishikesa who is distinguished by valour as well as by wisdom. 1863 fi^.) He then enlarges as follows on the prowess of Krishna (vv.

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