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Summary of the Book 'The Yajur Veda Taittiriya Sanhita':
The Yajur Veda Taittiriya Sanhita by Anonymous. The sage showeth all forms He hath produced bliss for biped and quadruped Savitr the desirable hath discerned the vault After the moving forward of the dawn he shineth.
Excerpts from the Book 'The Yajur Veda Taittiriya Sanhita':
... The earth which they place in the moon by their offerings, Which wise men use to guide them in the sacrifice. The Yajur Veda (Taittiriya Sanhita) i. ... ... the thirteenfold Stoma the Rudras with fourteen syllables won the fourteenfold Stoma the Adityas with fifteen syllables won the fifteenfold Stoma ... ... 1. 6. He who desiring a village desires, 'May I be the back of my equals', should offer to Brhaspati (a beast) with a white back ... ... for their deity verily he attains the people  'The people he has attained, the realm he has not attained', they say of the dark ones he should ... ... to light up the sacrifice. Verily also he anoints the kindling-sticks. He who knows thus becomes soft. Verily also he delights them. He delights ... ... draws off before the Agrayana libation, he should draw off silently those after with noise verily he bestows upon the gods the glory of the gods, ... ... recite the hymns and acclamations. e The All-gods  are reciters of the hymns. f O earth mother, do not harm me. g Of honey shall I think, ... ... the people. Prajapati sacrificed where the oblation found support, thence sprung the Vikankata there he created offspring the oblation of him ... ... south wind the wind Sanatana, the Rsi. c The west of the quarters the rains of the seasons the All-gods the deity the peasants  the wealth ... ... every side, And do thou lay far from us This quiver that is thine. The Yajur Veda (Taittiriya Sanhita) iv. 5. 2. a Homage to the ... ... sacrifice. 'I touch Agni with mind, with ghee', he says, for with mind man approaches the sacrifice 'who lordeth it over all the worlds', he says, ... ... a place leads straight (to it), so the tortoise leads him straight to the world of heaven. The tortoise is the intelligence of animals in that ... ... to restrain and support the horse. The Achavaka's Saman is the Samkrti the horse sacrifice is an extensive sacrifice 'who knows', they say, ... ... gods went upward, Wherewith the Adityas, the Vasus, the Rudras, Wherewith the Angirases attained greatness, With that let the sacrificer go in prosperity. ... ... verily he buys it with its own deity. The Yajur Veda (Taittiriya Sanhita) vi. 1. 7. That became gold. Therefore they purify gold forth ... ... from above he makes it drink verily within he makes it pure from below he besprinkles (it) verily all over he makes it pure. The Yajur Veda (Taittiriya ... ... (it) for the Pitrs so many are the gods verily he draws it for them all. 'This is thy birthplace to the All-gods thee!' he says, for it is ... ... about to become awake hail! To him becoming awake hail! To him who hath become awake hail! To him about to hear hail! To him hearing hail! ... ... to the world of heaven. (The rite is one) of twenty-four nights. Twenty four half-months make up the year the year is the world of heaven verily ... ... oblation? b Thou art taken with a foundation. I take thee dear to Prajapati. Of thee the earth is the greatness, the plants and trees the form, ...