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abhijit Acval adhvaryu agni Angaben Anqu asura Atharva-Veda ätmä ätman Bedeutung beiden bhavati brähmana Cänkh Catap cüdra dafs deva drei eben Erklärung ersten esha etad evam Feuer folgenden freilich giebt Götter graha grofse Haug Haug's heifst Hindu hotar ibid idam indefs indessen Indien indischen Indra irgend Jyotisha Käth Käty König kshatram kshatriya läfst Läty lava letzteren lich Mägadhi mantra Mond Naksh nakshatra Namen nrisinha oben pag omkära Opfer Opfernden päda Prajäpati präna pranava Priester purohita purusha Qatap räjanya recitiren resp rishi Ritual rudra sacrifice sacrificial säman Samhitä sarvam Säyana Schlufs schol sodann soma soma-Opfer somit Sonne speciell Spruch Stelle Stud sütra Tage Taitt Takman tasmäd Text theils Thiere übrigens udätta ukthya unserer Upanishad väc vaicya Varuna Veda vedischen vergl Verse vier Vishnu Weise Whitney wieder wirklich wohl Wort yatra yuga Zahl zunächst zwei zweiten
Page 208 - Brahmanam, nothing but an imitation of the sun's yearly course. They were divided into two distinct parts, each consisting of six months of thirty days each ; in the midst of both was the Vishuvan, ie equator or central day, cutting the INTRODUCTION. 47 whole Sattra into two halves. The ceremonies were in both the halves exactly the same; but they were in the latter half performed in an inverted order.
Page 248 - Purodas'a divided into its proper parts along with the animal, then they should think, " our animal was sacrificed with the sacrificial essence in it ; our animal has been sacrificed in its entirety.
Page 281 - Atiratra ceremony) they celebrate the Chaturvims'a (Stoma). It is the beginning day (of the year during which the sacrificial session is to last). For by this day they begin the year, and also the Stomas and metres, and (the worship of) the deities. If they do not commence (the Sattra) on this day, the metres have no (proper) beginning and the (worship of the) deities is not commenced. Thence this day is called arambhanli/a, L e.
Page 198 - New-Moon offerings, but had officiated at some of the great Soma- sacrifices, now very rarely to be seen in any part of India. He was induced, we are sorry to say by very mercenary considerations, to perform the principal ceremonies in a secluded part of Dr.
Page 291 - By his evening offering he presents men to the gods, and the whole world. For men, if being fast asleep without shelter, as it were, are offered as gifts to the gods. By the morning offering he presents the gods as gifts to men, and the whole world. The gods, after having understood the intention (of men that the gods should serve them) make efforts (to do it), saying,
Page 206 - Hau g, the period during which the Vedic hymns were composed extends from 1400 to 2000 BC The oldest hymns, however, and the sacrificial formulas he would place between 2000 and 2400 BC This period corresponding to what has been called the Chandas and Mantra periods, would be succeeded by the Brähmana period, and Dr.
Page 305 - Yes, I have promised.' (But I could not decline the offer of the Adityas). For he who engages in performing the duty of a sacrificial priest, obtains fame ; and any one who prevents the sacrifice from being performed, excludes himself from his fame. Therefore I did not prevent (by declining the offer).
Page 207 - Sütras almost contemporaneous with the Brähmanas. The only fixed point from which he starts in his chronological arrangement is the date implied by the position of the solstitial points mentioned in a little treatise, the Jyotisha, a date which has been fixed by the Rev. R. Main at 1186 BC (in a paper published in the Preface to the 4th volume of Professor Max Müller
Page 208 - Haug's seems correct as far as the date of the establishment of the ceremonial is concerned, and it is curious that several scholars who have lately written on the origin of the Vedic calendar, and the possibility of its foreign origin, should not have perceived the intimate relation between that calendar and the whole ceremonial system of the Brahmana Dr.
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