13:1:7:1 1. The Satapatha-brahmana dates to at least the first millenium B.C. 213:2 According to Kâty. TORRENT download. download 19 Files download 11 Original. He must not chew it with his teeth: 'lest this power of Rudra should injure my teeth!' and Savitri, the impeller, impelled it for him; and, impelled by Savitri, it did not injure him; so now also this one (the Brahman) hastes to Savitri for his impulsion,--for, assuredly, Savitri is the impeller of the gods,--and says 'impel this for me!' daughter,--either the Sky or the Dawn 1. Max Müller, The Satapatha-Brahmana, Madhyandina School,Vol. ‘The Brāhmaṇa portion of the Veda (as distinct from its Mantra and Upanishad portion) and consisting of a class of works called Brāhmaṇas (they contain ru… --'all the gods,' doubtless, means the All: hence he thereby restores (the sacrifice) by means of the All. 215:1 ? [He continues, Vâg. 1:7:4:1010. Dr. Muir translates: The gods said, "This god, who rules over the beasts, commits a transgression in that he acts thus to his own daughter, our sister: pierce him through."' This was found, quoting the Satapatha Brahmana,Ramayana. As regards the fore-portion, that they have already brought to him and he has eaten it. They should be green (fresh); for that is (what constitutes) their living element, by that they are vigorous, by that possessed of strength: for this reason they should be green. THIS GRETIL TEXT FILE IS FOR REFERENCE PURPOSES ONLY! Br. This, assuredly, was a sin in the eyes of the gods. ', 1:7:4:66. Why … He then rinses his mouth with water;--water is (a means of) purification: hence he purifies himself with water, (that is, a means of) purification. He now cuts off piece by piece the idâ 5, (which represents) cattle. Mahîdhara interprets: 'May the rushing (eager) mind devote itself to the butter!' 1 2, 14 have nirgaghâna, 'it knocked out his eyes.' 12.Part1, Book 1 and 2, Clarendon Press, 1882; reprint by Motilal Banarsidass, 1972. The omentum having been pulled out 2, let him tell (the slaughterer) to search groping for an embryo. 214:1 The Brahman's regular portion (brahmabhâga) of the sacrificial food is cut, like the prâsitra or fore-portion (which apparently he receives as the representative of Brihaspati), from Agni's cake. Cf. Clarified butter, fruit and animal sacrifices were made, as prescribed by the Satapatha Brahmana (Eggeling vol. 1:7:4:1414. Having (nevertheless 2) made an underlayer of butter 3 and a double cutting from the oblation (havis), he pours butter on the upper side of it; for it is only in this way that this becomes part of the sacrifice. SEVENTH BRÂHMANA. FOURTH BRÂHMANA. According to 19, however, this is optional (except when the Brahman does not eat the prâsitra immediately). Stud. Canadian Libraries. 2. 1:7:4:88. 210:3 'Nirdadâha.' ', Next: I, 8, 1. Now when he cuts off the fore-portion, he cuts out what is injured in the sacrifice,--what belongs to Rudra. S. II, 13]: 'May his mind delight in the gushing (of the) butter 1!' THE INITIATION OF THE SACRIFICER. Gardner.] He now throws loose soil (on the layer); for the loose soil means flesh: he thus covers him (Agni) with flesh. SECOND BRÂHMANA. II, 2, 17, he previously puts it down on the shoulder of the altar, with the text (Vâg. 1:7:4:1818. The hollow part of the vessel is to be either of the shape of a (hand-)mirror, i.e. 5. It having been quieted 2, he says (to the slaughterer), 'Pull out the omentum!' This, then, is essentially the same as the fore-portion. COPYRIGHT AND TERMS OF USAGE AS FOR SOURCE FILE. thus (thinking) he united with her. He may add, 'Step forward!' Kashyap (2017), Ashtaka 1, Prapathaka 2, Anuvaka 5, Verses 1-7 Page of the Taittiriya Samhita . Along with rituals, the Satapatha Brahmana details creation myths, such as the Flood of Manu (Eggeling vol. In Indra's stomach I make thee settle!'. They accordingly took it round to Brihaspati. By the mind, assuredly, all this (universe) is obtained (or pervaded, âptam): hence he thereby obtains this All by the mind.--'May Brihaspati spread (carry through) this sacrifice! 214:3 According to the scholiast, it represents the pâkayagña or domestic (cooked) offerings, because at the latter, as in the idâ, the remains of the offerings are eaten. And thus it came to pass. p. 209. daughter,--either the Sky or the Dawn 1. 13.8.3.4 Via VS 35.7, from RV 10.18.1 átha káñcidaaha etaam díshamánavaanantsRtvaá kumbhám prakSiiyaáNaprekSamaaNa ehiíti tátra japati páram mRtyo ánu párehi pánthaaM yáste anya ítaro devayaánaat cákSuSmate shRNvaté te braviimi maá nah- prajaáM riiriSo mo&tá viiraaníti jyogjiivaátumevai&bhya etadaáshaaste tátho haiSaamékaikó'paro jarásaanupraiti . 1:7:4:2222. The Satapatha Brahmana Part 1 Julius Eggeling. According to the Monier-Williams Sanskrit dictionary, ‘Brahmana’ means: 1. Mix not with my food! They accordingly took it round to Bhaga, who sat on the south side. Date of Origin. [1900], at sacred-texts.com. 213:1 According to Kâty. 4:1:4. 4:1:4:1 1. Quantity available: 1. FOURTH BRÂHMANA. 211:3 The consistent use of derivations from one and the same root (pra-su) in this and similar passages is, of course, quite as artificial in Sanskrit as must be any imitation of it in English. 1:7:4:1 1. 1) Taittirya Samhita with the commentary of Sayana (complete). he said. If he should utter any human sound before that time, let him there and then mutter some Rik or Yagus-text addressed to Vishnu; for Vishnu is. I am in doubt as to whether p. 213 enam (which is omitted in the Kânva text) really refers to Rudra's dart. this it is set forth how the gods caused that seed to spring 1. In this there is nothing that requires explanation. 211:2 According to Kaushît. 1:7:4:1515. edited by Subramania Sarma, Chennai 2004-2005, based on Grantha manuscripts and on these works: ... Book 1: 1-8, Book 2: 1-6, Book 3: 1-5, Book 4: 1-7, Book 5: 1-7, Book 6: 1-6, Book 7: 1-5. [1885], at sacred-texts.com. 1:7:4:2121. Rudra, taking aim, pierced him. 1:7:4:1616. par. Brihaspati hasted to Savitri for his impulsion (influence, prasava 3), for assuredly Savitri is the impeller (prasavitri) of the gods. Frankfurt a/M, 31.1.1997 / 28.2.1998 / 21.6.1998 / 14.10.1999 / 1.6.2000 / 7.12.2008 / 21.4.2012 [For books1-11 and13-14, this is a provisional edition, word boundaries that occur within akṣaras being ignored and accents being marked only where the printed text has an anudātta. Published by New Bharatiya Book Corporation (2008) ISBN 10: 8183150985 ISBN 13: 9788183150989. Let him therefore cross over in this way (behind the paridhis); for thus he does not impose Rudra's power on the cattle and he removes that (dart) sideways 4. 1:7:4:1313. May he restore the sacrifice uninjured!' the Brahman mutters thus (Vâg. VI, 10 (Ind. Br. ‘Explanations of sacred knowledge or doctrine [especially] for the use of the Brāhmans in their sacrifices’. — Taittiriya Brahmana, translated by R.L. Hillebrandt, Neu- and Vollmondsopfer, p. 135, apparently proposes to combine manogûtir 'des Geistes Schnelligkeit.' Sr. V, 20, 5; Ait. 1:7:4:1212. Cf. Le Śatapatha brāhmaṇa (Les Brahmana en cent parties) est un texte religieux en prose rédigé dans l'Inde antique, et qui décrit des rituels, mythes et histoires védiques associés avec l’Yajur-Véda. 1:7:4:1919. Pragâpati conceived a passion for his own. thus (thinking) he united with her. 'May I pair with her!' Satapatha Brahmana Part V (SBE44), Julius Eggeling tr. The text contains details on altar-constructions, mantra recitation and various other topics. And thus it came to pass. Vyakhyana: Dans les œuvres de Brahmana telles que le Shatapatha Brahmana (6.7.4.6), «le mot vyakhyana est également un synonyme du mot couramment utilisé brahmana». in the prâsitraharana, or pan which is to receive the Brahman's portion. Perhaps this is part of the speech of the gods, being a kind of indirect address to Rudra in order to avoid naming the terrible god. The Kânva recension, however, puts in here, 'but let him not do so,' which is evidently understood in our text also. Shipping: £ 5. XLIV:1-131). took it round to Pûshan. Part I of the Satapatha Brahamana translation, containing Books I and II. They accordingly. [1885] p. 391. Now the Brahman, assuredly, is the best physician: hence the Brahman thereby restores the sacrifice; but, if he were to sit there talking, he would not restore it: he must therefore maintain silence. Ascribed to the sage Tittiri (or Taittiri), the Taittiriya Brahmana of the Taittiriya Shakha consists of three Ashtakas (books or parts) of commentaries on the performance of Vedic sacrificial rituals , astronomy , and information about the gods. The Satapatha Brahmana 4 Volume Set Sanskrit Text with English Translation, Notes & Index. It soon became a large fish. This page contains the text of the 1st brahmana of kanda XII, adhyaya 7. [1882], at sacred-texts.com. 212:2 There is no indication in the text of two different practices being here referred to. Br. XII:1-262, vol. the sacrifice, so that he thereby again obtains a hold on the sacrifice: and this is the expiation of that (breach of silence). 211:1 Karu, in the ordinary sense of the word, is a potful of rice (barley, &c.) grains boiled, or rather steamed (antarûshmapakva), so as to remain whole, as in Indian curry. (This file is to be used with a UTF-8 font and your browser's VIEW configuration set to UTF-8.) also makes them first take the prâsitra to Savitri, and when it cut his hands, they gave him two golden ones. Kâty. FOURTH BRÂHMANA. Hence they say, 'Pûshan is toothless;' and therefore, when they prepare a mess of boiled rice (karu) 1 for Pûshan, they prepare it from ground rice, as is done for one toothless. Ananthanarayana and W. P. Lehman. Along with rituals, the Satapatha Brahmana details creation myths, such as the Flood of Manu (Eggeling vol. 1:7:4:55. if he choose; or, if he choose, he may omit it. S. p. 58): 'With Mitra's eye I look on thee!'. 211:4 He thereby averts the evil effects of the act which is connected with Rudra, 'the terrible god;' see p. 2, note 2. 'Mano gûtir [gyotir, Kânva rec.] W.P Lehmann and H. Ratanajoti, Typological syntactical Characteristics of the Śatapathabrāhmaṇa, JIES 3:147-160. (This file is to be used with a UTF-8 font and your browser's VIEW configuration set to UTF-8.) Pragâpati conceived a passion for his own. III, 35; IV, 30. Satapatha Brahmana Part V (SBE44), Julius Eggeling tr. This is Volume XII of the Sacred Books of the East. In the Brahman's portion which they now bring to him, he obtains his own share; and henceforth he watches what remains incomplete of the sacrifice: for this reason they bring him the Brahman's portion. The Brahman, in truth, sits south of the sacrifice, as its guardian. gushatâm âgyasya.' He eats 2 the fore-portion, with the text (Vâ;. And thus it came to pass. You will listen to my advice by preparing a ship; and when the flood has risen you shall enter into the ship, and I will save you from it.' They said, 'Take it round to Bhaga (Savitri, the Patron), who sits on the south side (of the sacrificial ground): Bhaga will eat it by way of fore-portion 2, so that it may be as though it were offered.' Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. . I, 3, 40, 42. After he had reared it in this way, he took it down to the sea. II, 306) and Yâska Nir. Book: 1 Book1 Satapatha Brahmana (ca. Stud. The four Vedas are the highest authortity of the Hindu lifestyle revolving around four castes (viz., Brahmana, Ksatriya, Vaishya and Shudra). S. p. 58), 'I put you down, on the navel of the earth, in the lap of Aditi!' 1:7:4:99. This was thought to be a central ritual, which preceded many other sacrificial rituals outlined in the Brahmanas (Eggeling vol. Eggeling was translator and editor of the Satapatha Brahmana in 5 volumes[1] of the monumental Sacred Books of the East series edited by Max Müller, author of the main article on Sanskrit in the Encyclopædia Britannica, and curator of the University Library from 1900 to 1913. 1: The buyer can select the IGNCA publications (books / DVDs / Multimedia CDs/DVDs etc.) Ath.-veda XIX, 58, 1: ghritasya gûtih samânâ]. Those (priests) who, in the midst of the sacrifice, perform the idâ, which represents the domestic offerings (pâkayagña) 3, tear the sacrifice to pieces, injure it. Clarified butter, fruit and animal sacrifices were made, as prescribed by the Satapatha Brahmana (Eggeling vol. SATAPATHA-BRAHMANA 7 Data input by H.S. This portion is notable for the description of the story of the flood of Manu. From: dsmbooks (Liverpool, United Kingdom) Seller Rating: Add to Basket. so (he thinks), and therefore he must not chew it with his teeth. 209:4 The âgnimâruta is one of the sâstras recited at the evening libation of the Soma-sacrifice; and made up chiefly of a hymn addressed to Agni Vaisvânara and one to the Maruts; and [following the stotriya and anurûpa pragâtha] a hymn to Gâtavedas; [and one to the Âpas, followed by various detailed p. 210 verses or couplets]; viz., Rig-veda III, 3, 'vaisvânarâya prithupâgase,' &c., and I, 87, 'pratvakshasah pratavaso,' &c.; [Rig-veda I, 168, 1-2, stotriya; VII, 16, II-32, anurûpa]; and Rig-veda I, 143, 'pratavyasîm navyasîm,' &c. (and X, 9, 'âpo hi shthâ mayobhuvas,' &c.) respectively, at the Agnishtoma (and first day of the dvâdasâha). A serial presentation of the Satapatha Brahmana, translated by Julius Eggeling in 1882. III, 4, 7, the prâsitra, or (Brahman's) fore-portion, is to be of the size of a barley-corn or a pippala (Ficus Religiosa) berry. Tags Aswamedha, Brahmana, Hinduism, Kausalya, Lord Ram, Putrakameshti, Rama, Ramayana, Religion, Shatapatha Brahmana, Vedas; About Ramanan. 17.7.3 .11) refers to the verse number. They lay hands on the barren cow 1, and having laid hands on it, they quiet it. £ 456.48. When the anger of the gods subsided, they cured Pragâpati and cut out that dart of this. Vous pouvez partager vos connaissances en l’améliorant (comment ?) This is the price Hindus have to pay for not studying their Scriptures, allowing others to insult them. VI, 10, they took it from Pûshan to Indra, as the mightiest and-strongest of the gods; and he appeased it with prayer (brahman); whence the Brahman (in taking the prâsitra) says, 'Indra is Brahman.' They said (to one another), 'Think of some means by which that (part of the sacrifice torn out with the dart) may not be lost, and how it may be but a small portion of the offering itself! Br. 8:7:3. The addition of a fourth digit at the end (e.g. Bracketted numbering added mechanically. On the underlayer' of butter, see I, 7, 2, 8. https://fr.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Śatapatha_brāhmaṇa&oldid=163292303, Œuvre littéraire se déroulant en Inde antique, Portail:Religions et croyances/Articles liés, licence Creative Commons attribution, partage dans les mêmes conditions, comment citer les auteurs et mentionner la licence. S. II, 12), 'This thy sacrifice, O divine Savitri, they have announced . He sits facing that portion. 212:4 'Tiryag evainam nirmimîte.' 8:7:3:2 2. COPYRIGHT AND TERMS OF USAGE AS FOR SOURCE FILE. 'Impel (influence) this for me!' description: … 11:2:4:1 1. S. II, 11 d), 'With Agni's mouth I eat thee!' 1:7:4:1111. He toiled and practised fervid devotion. They bring him the Brahman's portion 1. SATAPATHA-BRAHMANA 4 Data input by H.S. THIS GRETIL TEXT FILE IS FOR REFERENCE PURPOSES ONLY! 9. Satapatha Brahmana Part II (SBE26), Julius Eggeling tr. Thereupon it said, 'In such and such a year that flood will come. 13:1:7. Used. 8:7:3:1 1. First Brâhma. And in like manner as Brihaspati then hasted to Savitri for his impulsion,--for, assuredly, Savitri is the impeller of the gods,--and said, 'Impel this for me!' that is intelligence; and whenever that is accomplished, that is will 4. Perhaps gushatâm has to be taken in a transitive sense: 'May the gushing of the butter delight the mind. S. p. 58), 'May the deities there are in the waters purify this! This was thought to be a central ritual, which preceded many other sacrificial rituals outlined in the Brahmanas (Eggeling vol. 212:1 According to Kâty. La dernière modification de cette page a été faite le 6 octobre 2019 à 14:14. 4:5:2:1 1. II, 1, 2, 9, with note. In the Kânva MS. some words seem to have been omitted at this particular place. Muir, Original Sanskrit Texts, IV, p. 45; I, p. 107. Weber, Ind. Pierce him!' 1:3:4:1 - 1. According to the Ait. He (the Brahman) must maintain silence (from the time he takes his seat on being elected) 2 up to that speech (of the Adhvaryu), 'Brahman, shall I step forward?' In Indian mathematics: Vedic number words and geometry …have been decimal, in the Satapatha Brahmana (c. 1000 bce; “Vedic Exegesis of a Hundred Paths”) there is an interesting sequence of divisions of 720 bricks into groups of successively smaller quantities, with the explicit exclusion of all divisors that are multiples of numbers which are relatively prime to 60… Moriz Winternitz, A History of Indian Literature (Vol.I), Second edition 1972. See also IV, 5, I, 8. Kanda XII, adhyaya 7… .,'--thereby he has recourse to Savitri for his impulsion (prasava), for he is the impeller (prasavitri) of the gods;--'to Brihaspati, the Brahman,'--for Brihaspati, assuredly, is the Brahman of the gods: hence he announces that (sacrifice) to him who is the Brahman of the gods; and accordingly he says, 'to Brihaspati, the Brahman.' IX, p. 216. description: … --he thereby restores what was torn asunder.--'May all the gods rejoice here!' (quoted from The Satapatha Brahmana, translated by J. Eggeling, part III (V,3,1,1-13), Oxford 1894, pp. Bracketted numbering added mechanically. [1882], at sacred-texts.com, 1:7:4:11. Pûshan tasted it: it knocked out his teeth. When he (the Adhvaryu) says, 'Brahman, shall I step forward?' 300 BCE, Mid-Outer Eurasia) ... 4. Br. Besides, the idâ with which he now proceeds representing the cattle, he thereby guards the cattle from the rudriya, cf. Satapatha Brahmana Part II (SBE26), Julius Eggeling tr. Let him not carry it (to the Brahman) along the front (east) side of the Âhavanîya fire); (though) some, it is true, do carry it along the front side. Summary: The English translation of the Satapatha Brahmana, including annotations and footnotes. We here offer Chapters 1-8 of Book 1 of the Taittiriya Samhita as PDF files in Devanagari:. Enter the stomach of Indra, being offered with "Hail!" 1:7:4:2020. Br., the gods created a god Bhûtavat, composed of the most fearful forms of theirs. 11:2:4:2 2. 4:5:2. Mitra and Varuna, forsooth, are his intelligence and will; and as such belonging to his self: whenever he desires anything in his mind, as 'Would that this were mine! [He does so] after having laid down the bricks;--the bricks are the bone: he thus covers the bone with flesh. Stud. Ananthanarayana and W. P. Lehman. II, p. 307. See also Sat. IN COLLECTIONS. Third Adhyâya – Fourth Brâhmana . XII:1-262, vol. Bhaga (Savitri) looked at it: it burnt out his eyes 3. ', 1:7:4:77. 1:7:4:2 2. XLIV:1-131). The Kaushît. Weber, Ind. See Âsv. III, 35, where this legend is also given in connection with the âgnimâruta sâstra, Agni Vaisvânara, aided by the Maruts, stirred (and heated) the seed; and out of it sprang successively Âditya (the sun), Bhrigu, and the Âdityas; whilst the coals (aṅgâra) remaining behind became the Aṅgiras, and Brihaspati, and the coal dust, the burnt earth and ashes were changed into various kinds of animals. Satapatha Brahmana 10:4:2:23 states the following: "He arranged the Rik-verses into twelve thousand of Brihatîs, for of that extent are the verses created by Prajapati. Description. After he has rinsed the vessel 3,--. They said, 'It has not yet become appeased here: take it round to Brihaspati 2!' 209:3 Viz., Rig-veda X, 61, 7, where verses 5-7 contain the first allusion to this legend. He should (according to some) put clarified butter on one side only, either below or above: thus that which is hard becomes soft and flows forth; and for this reason he should put butter on one side only, either below or above. Pragâpati desired, 'Might I perform a horse-sacrifice 1?' For on the front side stand the cattle facing the sacrificer: hence he would impose the power of Rudra on the cattle, if he were to carry it along the front side, and his (the sacrificer's) household and cattle would be overwhelmed. First Kânda - The Darsapûrnamâsa-Ishtî or New And Full-Moon Sacrifices. XLIV:1-131). Le texte décrit avec de nombreux détails la préparation des autels, des objets cérémoniels, les récitations rituelles, et la libation de soma, ainsi que la portée symbolique de chaque aspect des rituels. II, 2, 15, he first looks at it, with the text (Vâg. above I, 7, 3, 21. S. II, 11 b, c), 'At the impulse (prasava) of the divine Savitri I receive thee with the arms of the Asvins, with the hands of Pûshan!'. from the above mentioned series (lists) and details of the publications with the payment (as per the details given in the payment mode) receipt / DD can be sent to Dr. Advaitavadini Kaul on the address mentioned below. [1897], at sacred-texts.com. The Kaushît. The gods then said to this god who rules over the beasts (Rudra) 2, 'This one, surely, commits a sin who acts thus towards his own daughter, our sister. This is a Facsimile PDF. and Savitri, the impeller, impels it for him; and, impelled by Savitri, it does not injure him. Savitri, as the impeller, accordingly impelled it for him, and being thus impelled by Savitri, it did not injure him: and thus it was henceforth appeased. SHOW ALL. --'Therefore prosper the sacrifice, prosper the lord of sacrifice, prosper me!' 1:7:4:44. 59-65) Satapatha Brahmana: Rajasuya, the Royal Consecration in Vedic India. 1:7:4. 'May I pair with her!' This passage (10.4.2.1-18) is noted by Kak as having 'exactly 15 factors (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, 12, 15, 16, 18, 20, 24)'. Those who know Sanskrit and the Sathapatha Brahmana may contribute on this issue. I might do this!' Achetez et téléchargez ebook The Satapatha Brahmana: Part II: Books III and IV (English Edition): Boutique Kindle - Hinduism : Amazon.fr Les Brahmanas (sanskrit : ब्राह्मण (Brāhmaṇa)) [1], sont des explications rituelles du Brahman fondamental, contenant des commentaires de prose sur les textes védiques [2].Ils sont considérés comme des textes annexes aux quatre Védas ; d'ailleurs de nombreuses écoles philosophiques en Inde avaient leur propre brahmana. 1:7:4:22. After piercing the incarnation of Pragâpati's sin, he asked, and obtained, the boon that he should henceforth be the ruler of cattle. The Satapatha-brâhmana, according to the text of the Mâdhyandina school Item Preview ... download 1 file . Texts relating to the taittiriya shakha of the krishna yajur veda. 209:2 The construction here is irregular. III, 33, and Tândya Br. with a square bowl (p. 7, note 1). They said, 'It has not yet become appeased here: take it round to Pûshan!' Br. Le Śatapatha brāhmaṇa (Les Brahmana en cent parties) est un texte religieux en prose rédigé dans l' Inde antique, et qui décrit des rituels, mythes et histoires védiques associés avec l’ Yajur-Véda. The significance of this (including in relation to astronomy) can be seen in the following verses of that passage: 209:1 For other versions of this legend about Pragâpati (Brahman)'s illicit passion for his daughter, which, as Dr. Muir suggests, probably refers to some atmospheric phenomenon, see Ait. University of Toronto - Robarts Library. This, assuredly, was a sin in the eyes of the gods. 210:1 According to Ait. 1:7:4:33. with a round bowl, or of that of a kamasa or jug, i.e. Let him cut off (for the fore-portion) ever so small a piece 1: thus the dart comes out; let him therefore cut off ever so small a piece. Half of his seed fell to the ground. II, 2, 20, the Brahman, having rinsed the p. 214 vessel [or, according to the comment, the two prâsitraharana, one of which is used as lid to the other], touches his navel, with the text (Vâg. Satapatha Brahmana Part 1 (SBE12), Julius Eggeling tr. Les définitions de «Vyakhyana» (व्याख्यान) incluent «expliquer», «exposer», «élucider», «exposer», «interpréter» et «faire une conférence». Taittiriya Brahmana. XLIV:1-131). Brahmana (or Brāhmaṇam, Sanskrit: ब्राह्मणम्) can be loosely translated as ‘explanations of sacred knowledge or doctrine’ or ‘Brahmanical explanation’. In relation to the Satapatha Brahmana, a reference such as '14.1.2' means 'Kanda 14, Adhyaya 1, Brahmana 2', or in English, 'Book 14, Chapter 1, Explanation 2'. Satapatha (also, Śatapatha, shatapatha) translates to “hundred paths”. He (the Brahman) receives 1 it, with the text (Vâg. Text converted to Unicode (UTF-8). This (became) the chant (uktha) called âgnimâruta 4; in (connection with). It has 540 pages and was published in 1882. A new edition is being prepared by J.R. The full moon, doubtless, is the same as that burning (sun), for he, indeed, is full day by day; and the new moon (darsa) is the same as the moon, for he appears (dars), as it were. Convert currency. The Sanskrit brahmanas are commentaries on the Vedas, detailling the vedic rituals and various legends. Thereupon he touches water: water is (a means) of lustration, hence he lustrates by means of water 4. selon les recommandations des projets correspondants. 213:3 According to Kâty. Hence they say, 'Bhaga is blind. The Śatapatha Brāhmaṇa("Brāhmaṇaof one hundred parts") is a prose text describing Vedicrituals, history and mythology associated with the Śukla Yajurveda. Eighth Adhyâya. Settle down above my navel! According to Harisvâmin it would seem that our passage has to he understood to the effect that the composition of the âgnimâruta sâstra shows the order of beings which the gods caused to spring forth from the seed. for Agni, assuredly, it does not injure in any way; and so neither does it injure him (the Brahman). (Rudra); for Pragâpati, doubtless, is this sacrifice. Br. Maitreyee Deshpande. Satapatha Brahmana Part IV (SBE43), Julius Eggeling tr. Text converted to Unicode (UTF-8). [1900] 11:2:4. Satapatha Brahmana Part 1 (SBE12), Julius Eggeling tr. Hardcover. VIII, 2, 10; cf. I am inclined to read gûter [cf. THIRD BRÂHMANA. 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