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The first Mandala ("book") of the Rigveda has 191 hymns. Together with Mandala 10, it forms the latest part of the Rigveda. The Rigveda (Sanskrit: , a tatpurusha compound of praise, verse and knowledge) is a collection of Vedic Sanskrit hymns counted among the four Hindu religious texts known as the Vedas. ... The tenth Mandala of the Rigveda has 191 hymns, to Agni and other gods. ...


Hymn 1.1 is addressed to Agni, arranged so that the name of this god is the first word of the Rigveda. The remaining hymns are mainly addressed to Agni and Indra. Hymns 1.154 to 1.156 are addressed to (the later Hindu god) Vishnu. Verse 1.164.46 Agni is a Hindu deity. ... Agni is a Hindu deity. ... This article or section contains information that has not been verified and thus might not be reliable. ... This article or section does not cite its references or sources. ... For other uses of the name Vishnu, see Vishnu (disambiguation). ...

To what is One, sages give many a title / they call it Agni, Yama, Matarisvan. (Griffith)

is often quoted as an example of emerging monotheism. Monotheism (in Greek μόνος = single and θεός = God) is the belief in the existence of one God, or in the oneness of God. ...


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The dedication as given by Griffith is in square brackets

 1.1 (1) [ Agni.] agním īḷe puróhitaṃ 1.2 (2) [ Vayu.] vâyav â yāhi darśata 1.3 (3) [ Asvins.] áśvinā yájvarīr íṣo 1.4 (4) [ Indra.] surūpakṛtnúm ūtáye 1.5 (5) [Indra.] â tú ! étā ní ṣīdata 1.6 (6) [Indra.] yuñjánti bradhnám aruṣáṃ 1.7 (7) [Indra.] índram íd gāthíno bṛhád 1.8 (8) [Indra.] â indra sānasíṃ rayíṃ 1.9 (9) [Indra.] índréhi mátsi ándhaso 1.10 (10) [Indra.] gâyanti tvā gāyatríṇo 1.11 (11) [Indra.] índraṃ víśvā avīvṛdhan 1.12 (12) [Agni.] agníṃ dūtáṃ vṛṇīmahe 1.13 (13) [Agni.] súsamiddho na â vaha 1.14 (14) [ Visvedevas.] aíbhir agne dúvo gíro 1.15 (15) [ Rtu.] índra sómam píba rtúnā 1.16 (16) [Indra.] â tvā vahantu hárayo 1.17 (17) [Indra-Varuna.] índrāváruṇayor aháṃ 1.18 (18) [ Brahmanaspati.] somânaṃ suáraṇaṃ 1.19 (19) [Agni, Maruts.] práti tyáṃ cârum adhvaráṃ 1.20 (20) [ Rbhus.] ayáṃ devâya jánmane 1.21 (21) [Indra-Agni.] ihéndrāgnî úpa hvaye 1.22 (22) [Asvins and Others.] prātaryújā ví bodhaya 1.23 (23) [Vayu and Others.] tīvrâḥ sómāsa â gahi 1.24 (24) [Varuna and Others.] kásya nūnáṃ katamásyāmŕtānām 1.25 (25) [Varuna.] yác cid dhí te víśo yathā 1.26 (26) [Agni.] vásiṣvā hí miyedhiya 1.27 (27) [Agni.] áśvaṃ ná tvā vâravantaṃ 1.28 (28) [Indra, Etc.] yátra grâvā pṛthúbudhna 1.29 (29) [Indra.] yác cid dhí satya somapā 1.30 (30) [Indra.] â va índraṃ kríviṃ yathā 1.31 (31) [Agni.] tuvám agne prathamó áṅgirā ŕṣir 1.32 (32) [Indra.] índrasya nú vīríyāṇi prá vocaṃ 1.33 (33) [Indra.] étâyāma úpa gavyánta índram 1.34 (34) [Asvins.] tríś cin no adyâ bhavataṃ navedasā 1.35 (35) [ Savitar.] hváyāmi agním prathamáṃ suastáye 1.36 (36) [Agni.] prá vo yahvám purūṇ~âṃ 1.37 (37) [Maruts.] krīḷáṃ vaḥ śárdho mârutam 1.38 (38) [Maruts.] kád dha nūnáṃ kadhapriyaḥ 1.39 (39) [Maruts.] prá yád itthâ parāvátaḥ 1.40 (40) [Brahmanaspati.] út tiṣṭha brahmaṇas pate 1.41 (41) [Varuna, Mitra, Aryaman.] yáṃ rákṣanti prácetaso 1.42 (42) [ Pusan.] sám pūṣann ádhvanas tira 1.43 (43) [ Rudra.] kád rudrâya prácetase 1.44 (44) [Agni.] ágne vívasvad uṣásaś 1.45 (45) [Agni.] tuvám agne vásūṁr ihá 1.46 (46) [Asvins.] eṣó uṣâ ápūrviyā 1.47 (47) [Asvins.] ayáṃ vām mádhumattamaḥ 1.48 (48) [ Dawn.] sahá vāména na uṣo 1.49 (49) [Dawn.] úṣo bhadrébhir â gahi 1.50 (50) [ Surya.] úd u tyáṃ jātávedasaṃ 1.51 (51) [Indra.] abhí tyám meṣám puruhūtám ṛgmíyam 1.52 (52) [Indra.] tiyáṃ sú meṣám mahayā suvarvídaṃ 1.53 (53) [Indra.] ní ū ṣú vâcam prá mahé bharāmahe 1.54 (54) [Indra.] mâ no asmín maghavan pṛtsú áṃhasi 1.55 (55) [Indra.] diváś cid asya varimâ ví papratha 1.56 (56) [Indra.] eṣá prá pūrvîr áva tásya camríṣo 1.57 (57) [Indra.] prá máṃhiṣṭhāya bṛhaté bṛhádraye 1.58 (58) [Agni.] nû cit sahojâ amŕto ní tundate 1.59 (59) [Agni.] vayâ íd agne agnáyas te anyé 1.60 (60) [Agni.] váhniṃ yaśásaṃ vidáthasya ketúṃ 1.61 (61) [Indra.] asmâ íd u prá taváse turâya 1.62 (62) [Indra.] prá manmahe śavasānâya śūṣám 1.63 (63) [Indra.] tuvám mahâṁ indara yó ha śúṣmair 1.64 (64) [Maruts.] vŕṣṇe śárdhāya súmakhāya vedháse 1.65 (65) [Agni.] paśvâ ná tāyúṃ gúhā cátantaṃ 1.66 (66) [Agni.] rayír ná citrâ sûro ná saṃdŕg 1.67 (67) [Agni.] váneṣu jāyúr márteṣu mitró 1.68 (68) [Agni.] śrīṇánn úpa sthād dívam bhuraṇyú 1.69 (69) [Agni.] śukráḥ śuśukvâṁ uṣó ná jāráḥ 1.70 (70) [Agni.] vanéma pūrvîr aryó manīṣâ 1.71 (71) [Agni.] úpa prá jinvann uśatîr uśántam 1.72 (72) [Agni.] ní kâviyā vedhásaḥ śáśvatas kar 1.73 (73) [Agni.] rayír ná yáḥ pitṛvittó vayodhâḥ 1.74 (74) [Agni.] upaprayánto adhvarám 1.75 (75) [Agni.] juṣásva sapráthastamaṃ 1.76 (76) [Agni.] kâ ta úpetir mánaso várāya 1.77 (77) [Agni.] kathâ dāśema agnáye kâ asmai 1.78 (78) [Agni.] abhí tvā gótamā girâ 1.79 (79) [Agni.] híraṇyakeśo rájaso visāré 1.80 (80) [Indra.] itthâ hí sóma ín máde 1.81 (81) [Indra.] índro mádāya vāvṛdhe 1.82 (82) [Indra.] úpo ṣú śṛṇuhî gíro 1.83 (83) [Indra.] áśvāvati prathamó góṣu gachati 1.84 (84) [Indra.] ásāvi sóma indra te 1.85 (85) [Maruts.] prá yé śúmbhante jánayo ná sáptayo 1.86 (86) [Maruts.] máruto yásya hí kṣáye 1.87 (87) [Maruts.] prátvakṣasaḥ prátavaso virapśíno 1.88 (88) [Maruts.] â vidyúnmadbhir marutaḥ suarkaí 1.89 (89) [Visvedevas.] â no bhadrâḥ krátavo yantu viśváto 1.90 (90) [Visvedevas.] ṛjunītî no váruṇo 1.91 (91) [ Soma.] tuváṃ soma prá cikito manīṣâ 1.92 (92) [Dawn.] etâ u tyâ uṣásaḥ ketúm akrata 1.93 (93) [Agni-Soma.] ágnīṣomāv imáṃ sú me 1.94 (94) [Agni.] imáṃ stómam árhate jātávedase 1.95 (95) [Agni.] duvé vírūpe carataḥ suárthe 1.96 (96) [Agni.] sá pratnáthā sáhasā jâyamānaḥ 1.97 (97) [Agni.] ápa naḥ śóśucad aghám 1.98 (98) [Agni.] vaiśvānarásya sumataú siyāma 1.99 (99) [Agni.] jātávedase sunavāma sómam 1.100 (100) [Indra.] sá yó vŕṣā vŕṣṇiyebhiḥ sámokā 1.101 (101) [Indra.] prá mandíne pitumád arcatā váco 1.102 (102) [Indra.] imâṃ te dhíyam prá bhare mahó mahîm 1.103 (103) [Indra.] tát ta indriyám paramám parācaír 1.104 (104) [Indra.] yóniṣ ṭa indra niṣáde akāri 1.105 (105) [Visvedevas.] candrámā apsú antár â 1.106 (106) [Visvedevas.] índram mitráṃ váruṇam agním ūtáye 1.107 (107) [Visvedevas.] yajñó devânām práti eti sumnám 1.108 (108) [Indra-Agni.] yá indrāgnī citrátamo rátho vām 1.109 (109) [Indra-Agni.] ví hí ákhyam mánasā vásya ichánn 1.110 (110) [Rbhus.] tatám me ápas tád u tāyate púnaḥ 1.111 (111) [Rbhus.] tákṣan ráthaṃ suvŕtaṃ vidmanâpasas 1.112 (112) [Asvins.] îḷe dyâvāpṛthivî pūrvácittaye 1.113 (113) [Dawn.] idáṃ śréṣṭhaṃ jyótiṣāṃ jyótir âgāc 1.114 (114) [Rudra.] imâ rudrâya taváse kapardíne 1.115 (115) [Surya.] citráṃ devânām úd agād ánīkaṃ 1.116 (116) [Asvins.] nâsatyābhyām barhír iva prá vṛñje 1.117 (117) [Asvins.] mádhvaḥ sómasya aśvinā mádāya 1.118 (118) [Asvins.] â vāṃ rátho aśvinā śyenápatvā 1.119 (119) [Asvins.] â vāṃ rátham purumāyám manojúvaṃ 1.120 (120) [Asvins.] kâ rādhad dhótrāśvinā vāṃ 1.121 (121) [Indra.] kád itthâ nřṁḥ pâtaraṃ devayatâṃ 1.122 (122) [Visvadevas.] prá vaḥ p~ântaṃ raghumanyavó 'ndho 1.123 (123) [Dawn.] pṛthû rátho dákṣiṇāyā ayoji 1.124 (124) [Dawn.] uṣâ uchántī samidhāné agnâ 1.125 (125) [ Svanaya.] prātâ rátnam prātarítvā dadhāti 1.126 (126) [ Bhavayavya.] ámandān stómān prá bhare manīṣâ 1.127 (127) [Agni.] agníṃ hótāram manye dâsuvantaṃ 1.128 (128) [Agni.] ayáṃ jāyata mánuṣo dhárīmaṇi 1.129 (129) [Indra.] yáṃ tváṃ rátham indara medhásātaye 1.130 (130) [Indra.] â indra yāhi úpa naḥ parāváto 1.131 (131) [Indra.] índrāya hí dyaúr ásuro ánamnata 1.132 (132) [Indra.] tváyā vayám maghavan pûrviye dhána 1.133 (133) [Indra.] ubhé punāmi ródasī ṛténa 1.134 (134) [Vayu.] â tvā júvo rārahāṇâ abhí práyo 1.135 (135) [Vayu, Indra-Vayu.] stīrṇám barhír úpa no yāhi vītáye 1.136 (136) [ Mitra-Varuna.] prá sú jyéṣṭhaṃ nicirâbhyām bṛhán námo 1.137 (137) [Mitra-Varuna.] suṣumâ yātam ádribhir 1.138 (138) [Pusan.] prá-pra pūṣṇás tuvijātásya śasyate 1.139 (139) [Visvedevas.] ástu śraúṣaṭ puró agnîṃ dhiyâ dadha 1.140 (140) [Agni.] vediṣáde priyádhāmāya sudyúte 1.141 (141) [Agni.] báḷ itthâ tád vápuṣe dhāyi darśatáṃ 1.142 (142) [ Apris.] sámiddho agna â vaha 1.143 (143) [Agni.] prá távyasīṃ návyasīṃ dhītím agnáye 1.144 (144) [Agni.] éti prá hótā vratám asya māyáyā 1.145 (145) [Agni.] tám pṛchatā sá jagāmā sá veda 1.146 (146) [Agni.] trimūrdhânaṃ saptáraśmiṃ gṛṇīṣe 1.147 (147) [Agni.] kathâ te agne śucáyanta āyór 1.148 (148) [Agni.] máthīd yád īṃ . viṣṭó mātaríśvā 1.149 (149) [Agni.] maháḥ sá rāyá éṣate pátir dánn 1.150 (150) [Agni.] purú tvā dāśuvân voce 1.151 (151) [Mitra and Varuna.] mitráṃ ná yáṃ śímiyā góṣu gavyávaḥ 1.152 (152) [Mitra-Varuna.] yuváṃ vástrāṇi pīvasâ vasāthe 1.153 (153) [Mitra-Varuna.] yájāmahe vām maháḥ sajóṣā 1.154 (154) [Visnu.] víṣṇor nú kaṃ vīríyāṇi prá vocaṃ 1.155 (155) [Visnu-Indra.] prá vaḥ p~ântam ándhaso dhiyāyaté 1.156 (156) [Visnu.] bhávā mitró ná śéviyo ghṛtâsutir 1.157 (157) [Asvins.] ábodhi agnír jmá úd eti sûriyo 1.158 (158) [Asvins.] vásū rudrâ purumántū vṛdhántā 1.159 (159) [ Heaven and Earth.] prá dyâvā yajñaíḥ pṛthivî ṛtāvŕdhā 1.160 (160) [Heaven and Earth.] té hí dyâvāpṛthivî viśváśambhuva 1.161 (161) [Rbhus.] kím u śréṣṭhaḥ kíṃ yáviṣṭho na âjagan 1.162 (162) [The Horse.] mâ no mitró váruṇo aryamâyúr 1.163 (163) [The Horse.] yád ákrandaḥ prathamáṃ jâyamāna 1.164 (164) [Visvedevas.] asyá vāmásya palitásya hótus 1.165 (165) [Indra. Maruts.] káyā śubhâ sávayasaḥ sánīḷāḥ 1.166 (166) [Maruts.] tán nú vocāma rabhasâya jánmane 1.167 (167) [Indra. Maruts.] sahásraṃ ta indara ūtáyo naḥ 1.168 (168) [Maruts.] yajñâ-yajñā vaḥ samanâ tuturváṇir 1.169 (169) [Indra.] maháś cit tvám indara yatá etân 1.170 (170) [Indra. Maruts.] ná nūnám ásti nó śuváḥ 1.171 (171) [Maruts.] práti va enâ námasāhám emi 1.172 (172) [Maruts.] citró vo astu yâmaś 1.173 (173) [Indra.] gâyat sâma nabhaníyaṃ yáthā vér 1.174 (174) [Indra.] tuváṃ râjā indara yé ca devâ 1.175 (175) [Indra.] mátsi ápāyi te máhaḥ 1.176 (176) [Indra.] mátsi no vásya+iṣṭaya 1.177 (177) [Indra.] â carṣaṇiprâ vṛṣabhó jánānāṃ 1.178 (178) [Indra.] yád dha syâ ta indara śruṣṭír ásti 1.179 (179) pūrvîr aháṃ śarádaḥ śaśramāṇâ 1.180 (180) [Asvins.] yuvó rájāṃsi suyámāso áśvā 1.181 (181) [Asvins.] kád u práyiṣṭhāv iṣ~âṃ rayīṇâm 1.182 (182) [Asvins.] ábhūd idáṃ vayúnam ó ṣú bhūṣatā 1.183 (183) [Asvins.] táṃ yuñjāthām mánaso yó jávīyān 1.184 (184) [Asvins.] tâ vām adyá tâv aparáṃ huvema 1.185 (185) [Heaven and Earth.] katarâ pûrvā katarâparāyóḥ 1.186 (186) [Visvedevas.] â na íḷābhir vidáthe suśastí 1.187 (187) [Praise of Food.] pitúṃ nú stoṣam 1.188 (188) [Apris.] sámiddho adyá rājasi 1.189 (189) [Agni.] ágne náya supáthā rāyé asmân 1.190 (190) [Brhaspati.] anarvâṇaṃ vṛṣabhám mandrájihvam 1.191 (191) [Water. Grass. Sun.] káṅkato ná káṅkato 



Agni is a Hindu deity. ... In Hinduism, Vayu (also known as Pavan) is a primary god, father of Bhima and Hanuman. ... In Hinduism, the Asvins are the twin sons of Saranya with either Surya or Vivasvat. ... This article or section contains information that has not been verified and thus might not be reliable. ... A RTU, or Remote Terminal Unit is a device which interfaces objects in the physical world to a DCS or SCADA system by transmitting telemetry data to the system and/or altering the state of connected objects based on control messages received from the system. ... This article is about the god. ... In Hinduism, Brihaspati is the god of magic and prayer. ... In Hinduism In Hinduism, the Maruts, also known as the Marutgana and the Rudras, are minor storm deities, sons of Rudra and Diti, and attendants of Indra. ... In Hinduism, the Rbhus (singular Rbhu) are the gods of crafts, artisans, horses and also solar deities. ... In Hinduism, Savitri (also Savitr, Savitar) is a solar deity and one of the Adityas. ... In Hinduism, Aryman is a solar deity and one of the Adityas. ... Pūsan is also a Vedic Hindu god. ... Rudra is another name of Lord Shiva, the lord of destruction. ... Ushas (उषः úṣas-), Sanskrit for dawn, is the chief goddess (sometimes imagined as several goddesses, Dawns) exalted in the Rigveda. ... This article is in need of attention. ... Soma (Sanskrit), or Haoma (Avestan) (from Proto-Indo-Iranian *Sauma) was a ritual drink of importance among the early Indo-Iranians, and the later Vedic and Iranian cultures. ... Relief from Taq-i Bostan in Kermanshah, Iran, showing Ardashir II of Sassanid empire at the center receiving his crown from Ahura Mazda. ... Apri () in Sanskrit means conciliation, propitiation and refers to special invocations spoken previous to the offering of oblations. ... In vedic religion, Dyaus Pita is the Sky Father, husband of Prthivi and father of Agni and Indra (RV 4. ... In Hinduism, Prithvi (pṛthvī) is an Earth Mother or Prithvi Mata, wife of Dyaus Pita, mother of Indra and Agni. ...

The Rigveda (Mandalas: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10)
Deities: (Devas) Agni, Indra, Soma, Ushas | (Asuras) Mitra, Varuna, Vrtra | Vishvadevas, Maruts, Ashvins
Rivers: Sapta Sindhu; Nadistuti; Sarasvati, Sindhu, Sarayu, Rasā
Rishis: Saptarishi; Gritsamada, Vishvamitra, Vamadeva, Atri, Angiras, Bharadvaja, Vasishta

 
 

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