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" Behold the rays of dawn, like heralds, lead on high The sun, that men may see the great all-knowing god. The stars slink off like thieves, in company with Night, Before the all-seeing eye, whose beams reveal his presence, Gleaming like brilliant flames,... "
Hinduism - Page 30
by Sir Monier Monier-Williams - 1882 - 238 pages
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The Wesleyan-Methodist Magazine

Arminianism - 1876 - 1204 pages
...some line:; addressed to the Son : — " Behold the rays of dawn, like heralds, lead on high The Snn, that men may see the great all-knowing god. The stars...Gleaming like brilliant flames, to nation after nation. With speed, beyond the ken of mortals, thou, 0 Son, Dost ever travel on, conspicuous to all. Thou dost,...
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Examples of Indian Periodicals ...

Indic periodicals - 1873 - 756 pages
...rather of him, of Surya a splendid description is given—- Behold the rays of Dawn, like heralds, lend on high The Sun, that men may see the great, allknowing...thieves, in company with Night, Before the all-seeing eyes whose beams reveal bis presence, Gleaming like brilliant flame?, to nation after nation Surya,...
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Indian Wisdom: Or, Examples of the Religious, Philosophical, and Ethical ...

Sir Monier Monier-Williams - Hindu philosophy - 1875 - 608 pages
...Here is an example of a hymn (Rig-veda I. 50) addressed to this deity, translated almost literally : Behold the rays of Dawn, like heralds, lead on high...Gleaming like brilliant flames, to nation after nation. "With speed, beyond the ken of mortals, thou, 0 Sun, Dost ever travel on, conspicuous to all. Thou...
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Indian Wisdom: Or, Examples of the Religious, Philosophical, and Ethical ...

Sir Monier Monier-Williams - Hindu philosophy - 1875 - 640 pages
...Here is an example of a hymn (Rig-veda I. 50) addressed to this deity, translated almost literally : Behold the rays of Dawn, like heralds, lead on high...Sun, that men may see the great all-knowing god. The stare slink off like thieves, in company with Night, Before the all-seeing eye, whose beams reveal...
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Indian Wisdom: Or, Examples of the Religious, Philosophical, and Ethical ...

Sir Monier Monier-Williams - Hindu philosophy - 1876 - 600 pages
...Here is an example of a hymn (Rig-veda I. 50) addressed to this deity, translated almost literally : Behold the rays of Dawn, like heralds, lead on high The Sun, that men may see the great all-kiiowing god. The stars slink off like thieves, in company with Night, Before the all-seeing eye,...
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The Place which the Ṛig-veda Occupies in the Sandhyâ, and Other Daily ...

Sir Monier Monier-Williams - Hinduism - 1882 - 44 pages
...recited in the morning. The first ten verses of the Surya-sukta may be freely translated thus : — "Behold the rays of Dawn, like heralds, lead on high...Gleaming like brilliant flames, to nation after nation. With speed, beyond the ken of mortals, thou, O Sun, Dost ever travel on, conspicuous to all. Thou dost...
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Hindu Mythology: Vedic and Purānic

William Joseph Wilkins - Hindu mythology - 1882 - 468 pages
...of hymns from the Rig-Veda gives a fair specimen of the language used in addresses to Surya : — " Behold the rays of Dawn, like heralds, lead on high...Gleaming like brilliant flames, to nation after nation. With speed, beyond the ken of mortals, thou, O Sun ! Dost ever travel on, conspicuous to all. Thou...
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Verhandlungen des fünften Internationalen Orientalisten-Congresses, gehalten ...

Akkadian language - 1882 - 488 pages
...recited in the morning. The first ten verses of the Sürya-sükta may be freely rranslated thus: — "Behold the rays of Dawn, like heralds, lead on high...beams reveal his presence, Gleaming like brilliant flamf-s, to nation after nation. With speed, beyond the ken of mortals, thou, O Sun, Dost ever travel...
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Verhandlungen des fünften Internationalen Orientalisten-Congresses, gehalten ...

Akkadian language - 1882 - 448 pages
...recited in the morning. The first ten verses of the Sürya-sükta may be freely translated thns: — "Behold the rays of Dawn, like heralds, lead on high...the all-seeing eye, whose beams reveal his presence, Glcaming like brilliant flamps, to nation after nation. With speed, beyond the ken of mortals, thou,...
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Atti, Volume 2, Part 2; Volume 3

Asia - 1882 - 440 pages
...recited in the morning. The first ten verses of the Sürya-sükta may be freely translated thus: — "Behold the rays of Dawn, like heralds, lead on high...Night, Before the all-seeing eye, whose beams reveal bis prcsence, Gleaming like brilliant flames, to nation after nation. With speed, beyond the ken of...
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