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" The mighty Lord on high, our deeds, as if at hand, espies : The gods know all men do, though men would fain their deeds disguise. Whoever stand?., whoever moves, or steals from place to place, Or hides him in his secret cell,— the gods his movements... "
A Classical Dictionary of India: Illustrative of the Mythology, Philosophy ... - Page 684
by John Garrett - 1871 - 793 pages
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Original Sanskrit Texts on the Origin and History of the People of India ...

Brahmanism - 1870
...hand, espies : The gods know all men do, though men would fain their deeds disguise. Whoever stands, whoever moves, or steals from place to place, Or hides...the gods his movements trace. Wherever two together pint, and deem they are alone, King Varuna is there, a third, and all their schemes are known. This...
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Original Sanskrit Texts on the Origin and Progress of the Religion ..., Volume 5

John Muir - Brahmanism - 1872
...hand, espies : The gods know all men do, though men would fain their deeds disguise. Whoever stands, whoever moves, or steals from place to place, Or hides...Wherever two together plot, and deem they are alone, King Varnna is there, a third, and all their schemes are known. This earth is his, to him belong those vast...
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Hinduism and Its Relations to Christianity

John Robson - Christianity and other religions - 1874 - 328 pages
...hand, espies : The Gods know all men do, though men would fain their deeds disguise. Whoever stands, whoever moves, or steals from place to place, Or hides...is there, a third, and all their schemes are known. The earth is his, to him belong those vast and boundless skies ; Both seas5 within him rest, and yet...
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Metrical Translations from Sanskrit Writers: With an Introduction, Prose ...

John Muir - English poetry - 1879 - 376 pages
...hand, espies ; The gods know all men do, though men would fain their acts disguise : Whoever stands, whoever moves, or steals from place to place, Or hides...deem they are alone, King Varuna is there, a third, aud all their schemes are known. This earth is his, to him belong those vast and boundless skies ;...
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Two Essays as Supplements to The Arian Witness

Krishna Mohan Banerjea - Indo-Aryans - 1880 - 79 pages
...worlds beholds as if he were close at hand." The other verses are thus rendered metrically by Dr. Muir : "Wherever two together plot, and deem they are alone,...is there, a third, and all their schemes are known, The earth is his, to whom belong those vast and boundless skies ; Both seas within him rest, and yet...
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An Outline of the Future Religion of the World: With a Consideration of the ...

Richard Morris Smith - Religions - 1884 - 588 pages
...deeds, As if at hand, espies: The gods know all men do, (hough men Would fam their deeds disguise. Wherever two together plot, And deem they are alone,...is there, a third; And all their schemes are known. The earth is his; to him belong Those vast and boundless skies: Both seas * within him rest, and yet...
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Hinduism and Christianity

John Robson - Christianity and other religions - 1905 - 211 pages
...hand, espies : l The gods know all men do, though men would fain their deeds disguise. Whoever stands, whoever moves, or steals from place to place, Or hides...is there, a third, and all their schemes are known. The earth is his, to him belongs those vast and boundless skies ; Both seas 2 within him rest, and...
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Indian [mythology]

Arthur Berriedale Keith, Albert Joseph Carnoy - Hindu mythology - 1917 - 404 pages
...hand, espies: The gods know all men do, though men would fain their deeds disguise. Whoever stands, whoever moves, or steals from place to place, Or hides...Wherever two together plot, and deem they are alone, King VaniQa is there, a third, and all their schemes are known. This earth is his, to him belong those vast...
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Indian [mythology]

Arthur Berriedale Keith, Albert Joseph Carnoy - Hindu mythology - 1917 - 404 pages
...hand, espies: The gods know all men do, though men would fain their deeds disguise. Whoever stands, whoever moves, or steals from place to place, Or hides...Wherever two together plot, and deem they are alone, King Varuija is there, a third, and all their schemes are known. This earth is his, to him belong those...
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History of Religion: A Sketch of Primitives Religious Beliefs and Practices ...

Allan Menzies - Religions - 1917 - 440 pages
...fain their acts The mighty lord on high our deeds, as if at hand, espies ; disguise. Whoever stands, whoever moves, or steals from place to place, Or hides him in his secret cell,—the gods his movements trace. Wherever two together plot, and deem they are alone King Varuna...
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