Rig Veda Chapter 7 Hymn 50

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7.50.1
आ मां मित्रावरुणेह रक्षतं कुलाययद विश्वयन मा न आ गन |
ā māṃ mitrāvaruṇeha rakṣataṃ kulāyayad viśvayan mā na ā ghan |
1. O MITRA-VARUNA, guard and protect me here: let not that come to me which nests within and swells.
7.50.2
अजकावं दुर्द्र्शीकं तिरो दधे मा मां पद्येन रपसा विदत तसरुः ||
ajakāvaṃ durdṛśīkaṃ tiro dadhe mā māṃ padyena rapasā vidat tsaruḥ ||
I drive afar the scorpion hateful to the sight: let not the winding worm touch me and wound my foot.
7.50.3
यद विजामन परुषि वन्दनं भुवदष्ठीवन्तौ परि कुल्फौ च देहत |
yad vijāman paruṣi vandanaṃ bhuvadaṣṭhīvantau pari kulphau ca dehat |
2 Eruption that appears upon the twofold joints, and that which overspreads the ankles and the knees,
7.50.4
अग्निष टच्छोचन्नप बाधतामितो मा माम्पद्येन ... ||
aghniṣ ṭacchocannapa bādhatāmito mā māmpadyena ... ||
May the refulgent Agni banish far away let not the winding worm touch me and wound my foot.
7.50.5
यच्छल्मलौ भवति यन नदीषु यदोषधीभ्यः परि जायते विषम |
yacchalmalau bhavati yan nadīṣu yadoṣadhībhyaḥ pari jāyate viṣam |
3 The poison that is formed upon the Salmali, that which is found in streams, that which the plants produce,
7.50.6
विश्वे देवा निरितस्तत सुवन्तु मा मां पद्येन ... ||
viśve devā niritastat suvantu mā māṃ padyena ... ||
All this may all the Gods banish and drive away: let not the winding worm touch me and wound my foot.
7.50.7
याः परवतो निवत उद्वत उदन्वतीरनुदकाश्च याः |
yāḥ pravato nivata udvata udanvatīranudakāśca yāḥ |
4 The steep declivities, the valleys, and the heights, the channels full of water, and the waterless-
7.50.8
ता अस्मभ्यं पयसा पिन्वमानाः शिवा देवीरशिपदा भवन्तु सर्वा नद्यो अशिमिदा भवन्तु ||
tā asmabhyaṃ payasā pinvamānāḥ śivā devīraśipadā bhavantu sarvā nadyo aśimidā bhavantu ||
May those who swell with water, gracious Goddesses, never afflict us with the Sipada disease, may all the rivers keep us free from Simida.