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Samavedas – 01 Book 04 Chapter 01, DECADE I Indra and others



Type of Spiritual Experience


In the historical Vedic religion, Tvaṣṭṛ is the first-born creator of the universe. The Purusha Sukta refers to the Purusha as Tvastr, who is the visible form of creativity emerged from the navel of the invisible Vishvakarman – the Ultimate Intelligence

Brahmanaspati is Jupiter

Parjanya, (Sanskrit parjánya पर्जन्य) is either a Rain-cloud, thunder cloud, or Rain itself

Aditi (Sanskrit: अदिति "limitless") is mother of the gods (devamatar) and all twelve zodiacal spirits from whose cosmic matrix the heavenly bodies were born

Plant = symbolically flower


A description of the experience

Samavedas – 01 Book 04 Chapter 01, DECADE I Indra and others

DECADE I lndra and others

These Soma juices mixt with curd have been expressed for lndra here:
Come with thy bay steeds, Thunder-wielder, to our home,
to drink them till they make thee glad!

lndra, these Somas with their lauds have been prepared for thy delight.
Drink of the pleasant juice and listen to our songs;
lover of song, reward the hymn!

I call on thee, Sabardugha, this day, inspirer of the psalm.
Indra, the richly-yielding milch-cow
who provides unfailing food in ample stream.

lndra, the strong and lofty hills are powerless to bar thy way
None stays that act of thine when thou wouldst fain give wealth
to one like me who sings thy Praise.

Who knows what vital power he wins, drinking beside the flowing juice?
This is the fair-cheeked god who, joying in the draught,
breaks down the castles in his strength.

What time thou castest from his seat and punishest the riteless man,
Strengthen for opulence, O lndra Maghavan,
our plant desired by many a one !

Let Tvashtar, Brahmanaspati, Parjanya guard our heavenly word,
Aditi with her sons, the brothers, guard for us the invincible,
the saving word !

Ne’er art thou fruitless, lndra, ne'er dost thou desert the worshipper:
But now, O Maghavan, thy bounty as a god is poured forth
ever more and more.

Best slayer of the Vritras, yoke thy bay steeds, lndra, far away
Come with the high ones hither, Maghavan, to us, mighty,
to drink the Soma juice !

O Thunderer, zealous worshippers gave thee drink this time yesterday:
So Indra, listen here to him who offers lauds:
come near unto our dwelling place !

The source of the experience

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