Rig Veda Chapter 3 Hymn 44

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3.44.1
अयं ते अस्तु हर्यतः सोम आ हरिभिः सुतः |
ayaṃ te astu haryataḥ soma ā haribhiḥ sutaḥ |
1. May this delightsome Soma be expressed for thee by tawny stones.
3.44.2
जुषाण इन्द्र हरिभिर्न आ गह्या तिष्ठ हरितं रथम ||
juṣāṇa indra haribhirna ā ghahyā tiṣṭha haritaṃ ratham ||
Joying thereat, O Indra, with thy Bay Steeds come:. ascend thy golden-coloured car.
3.44.3
हर्यन्नुषसमर्चयः सूर्यं हर्यन्नरोचयः |
haryannuṣasamarcayaḥ sūryaṃ haryannarocayaḥ |
2 In love thou madest Uṣas glow, in love thou madest Sūrya shine.
3.44.4
विद्वांष्चिकित्वान हर्यश्व वर्धस इन्द्र विश्वा अभि शरियः ||
vidvāṃṣcikitvān haryaśva vardhasa indra viśvā abhi śriyaḥ ||
Thou, Indra, knowing, thinking, Lord of Tawny Steeds, above all glories waxest great.
3.44.5
दयामिन्द्रो हरिधायसं पर्थिवीं हरिवर्पसम |
dyāmindro haridhāyasaṃ pṛthivīṃ harivarpasam |
3 The heaven with streams of golden hue, earth with her tints of green and gold-
3.44.6
अधारयद धरितोर्भूरि भोजनं ययोरन्तर्हरिश्चरत ||
adhārayad dharitorbhūri bhojanaṃ yayorantarhariścarat ||
The golden Pair yield Indra plenteous nourishment: between them moves the golden One.
3.44.7
जज्ञानो हरितो वर्षा विश्वमा भाति रोचनम |
jajñāno harito vṛṣā viśvamā bhāti rocanam |
4 When born to life the golden Bull illumines all the realm of light.
3.44.8
हर्यश्वो हरितं धत्त आयुधमा वज्रं बाह्वोर्हरिम ||
haryaśvo haritaṃ dhatta āyudhamā vajraṃ bāhvorharim ||
He takes his golden weapon, Lord of Tawny Steeds, the golden thunder in his arms.
3.44.9
इन्द्रो हर्यन्तमर्जुनं वज्रं शुक्रैरभीव्र्तम |
indro haryantamarjunaṃ vajraṃ śukrairabhīvṛtam |
5 The bright, the well-loved thunderbolt, girt with the bright, Indra disclosed,
3.44.10
अपाव्र्णोद धरिभिरद्रिभिः सुतमुद गा हरिभिराजत ||
apāvṛṇod dharibhiradribhiḥ sutamud ghā haribhirājata ||
Disclosed the Soma juice pressed out by tawny stones, with tawny steeds drave forth the kine.