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Myth, Ritual and Religion - Page 212
by Andrew Lang - 1899 - 719 pages
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Original Sanskrit Texts on the Origin and History of the People of India ...

Brahmanism - 1870
...artizan continually seeks after a man with plenty of gold. 0 Indu, etc., etc. 3. (=Nirukta, vi. 6) I am a poet, my father is a doctor, and my mother is a grinder of corn. "With our different views, seeking to get gain, we run after [our respective objects] as after cattle.601...
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Original Sanskrit Texts on the Origin and Progress of the Religion ..., Volume 5

John Muir - Brahmanism - 1872
...artizan continually seeks after a man with plenty of gold. 0 Indu, etc., etc. 3. (=Nirukta, vi. 6) I am a poet, my father is a doctor, and my mother is a grinder of com. With our different views, seeking to get gain, we run after [our respective objects] as after...
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The oriental studies

John Muir - 1878 - 211 pages
...artizan continually seeks after a man with plenty of gold. 0 Indn, etc., etc. 3. ( = Nirukta, vi. 6) I am a poet, my father is a doctor, and my mother is a grinder of corn. With our different views, seeking to get gain, we run after (our respective objects] as after cattle....
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Myth, Ritual and Religion, Volume 1

Andrew Lang - Mythology - 1887 - 713 pages
...already at least as clearly defined as in Homeric Greece. " We men," says a poet of the BigVeda,3 " have all our different imaginations and designs. The...boatbuilding or of ship-building was well known. Kine 1 Nothing can prove more absolutely and more briefly the late character of Vedic faith than the fact...
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The Story of Vedic India as Embodied Principally in the Rig-Veda

ZÚna´de Alexe´evna Ragozin - Hindu mythology - 1895 - 457 pages
...sacrifice. — The smith, with well-dried wood, with anvil and with feather fan, to activate the flame, seeks after a man with plenty of gold.— I am a poet, my father is a doctor, my mother a grinder of corn. With our different views, seeking for gain, we run (after our respective...
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Big Book of Essays

Sura College of Competition - 2004
...the training he would be having. Nothing could have served the purpose better. A hymn in Rigveda says 'I am a poet, my father is a doctor and my mother is a grinder' which testifies to the flexible nature of the caste system, besides the dignity of labour it does not...
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Big Book of Essays

Sura College of Competition - 2004
...the training he would be having. Nothing could have served the purpose better. A hymn in Rigveda says 'I am a poet, my father is a doctor and my mother is a grinder' which testifies to the flexible nature of the caste system, besides the dignity of labour it does not...
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Myth, Ritual & Religion, Volume 1

Andrew Lang - Social Science - 2005 - 388 pages
...carpenter seeks something that is broken, the doctor a patient, the priest some one who will oifer libations. , . , The artisan continually seeks after...the chariot-builder are as frequently spoken of as hi the Ilmd. Spears, swords, axes and coats of mail were in common use. The art of boat-building or...
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