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In Rig Veda 1-114

imā rudrāya tavase kapardine kṣayadvīrāya pra bharāmahe matīḥ | yathā śamasad dvipade catuṣpade viśvaṃ puṣṭaṃghrāme asminnanāturam || mṛḷā no rudrota no mayas kṛdhi kṣayadvīrāya namasā vidhemate | yacchaṃ ca yośca manurāyeje pitā tadaśyāma tavarudra praṇītiṣu || aśyāma te sumatiṃ devayajyayā kṣayadvīrasya tava rudra mīḍhvaḥ | sumnāyannid viśo asmākamā carāriṣṭavīrā juhavāma te haviḥ || tveṣaṃ vayaṃ rudraṃ yajñasādhaṃ vaṅkuṃ kavimavase nihvayāmahe | āre asmad daivyaṃ heḷo asyatu sumatimid vayamasyā vṛṇīmahe || divo varāhamaruṣaṃ kapardinaṃ tveṣaṃ rūpaṃ namasā nihvayāmahe | haste bibhrad bheṣajā vāryāṇi śarma varma chardirasmabhyaṃ yaṃsat || idaṃ pitre marutāmucyate vacaḥ svādoḥ svādīyo rudrāya vardhanam | rāsvā ca no amṛta martabhojanaṃ tmane tokāya tanayāya mṛḷa || mā no mahāntamuta mā no arbhakaṃ mā na ukṣantamuta māna ukṣitam | mā no vadhīḥ pitaraṃ mota mātaraṃ mā naḥ priyāstanvo rudra rīriṣaḥ || mā nastoke tanaye mā na āyau mā no ghoṣu mā no aśveṣurīriṣaḥ | vīrān mā no rudra bhāmito vadhīrhaviṣmantaḥsadamit tvā havāmahe || upa te stomān paśupā ivākaraṃ rāsvā pitarmarutāṃ sumnamasme | bhadrā hi te sumatirmṛḷayattamāthā vayamava itte vṛṇīmahe || āre te ghoghnamuta pūruṣaghnaṃ kṣayadvīra sumnamasme teastu | mṛḷā ca no adhi ca brūhi devādhā ca naḥ śarma yachadvibarhāḥ || avocāma namo asmā avasyavaḥ śṛṇotu no havaṃ rudro marutvān | tan no ... ||

How it ends after Tan no... ? Hearing another version seems there is another verse after tan no...

Thank you!

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  • I don't understand your question. Are you asking transliteration or do you want to know if there is continuation to the mantra? Nov 29 '19 at 9:35
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    @Sarvabhouma: The 11th Mantra was left incomplete at this link (sacred-texts.com/hin/rvsan/rv01114.htm). The OP might be interested in knowing full text. Nov 29 '19 at 9:50
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    @srimannarayanakv Okay. Then that should be made clear first and then answered. Because asking for transliteration is off-topic for us. Can you modify the question if you understood it? Nov 29 '19 at 9:56
  • Title modified! Sorry! Nov 29 '19 at 10:22
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    You can refer sanskritdocuments.org in future for full Rigveda text in Devanagari or in roman transliteration.
    – Pandya
    Nov 29 '19 at 11:54
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The complete version is available at this link of Sri Aurobindo Ashrama.

अवो॑चाम॒ नमो॑ अस्मा अव॒स्यवः॑ शृ॒णोतु॑ नो॒ हवं॑ रु॒द्रो म॒रुत्वा॑न् ।

तन्नो॑ मि॒त्रो वरु॑णो मामहंता॒मदि॑तिः॒ सिंधुः॑ पृथि॒वी उ॒त द्यौः ॥

avocāma ǀ namaḥ ǀ asmai ǀ avasyavaḥ ǀ śṛṇotu ǀ naḥ ǀ havam ǀ rudraḥ ǀ marutvān ǀ

tat ǀ naḥ ǀ mitraḥ ǀ varuṇaḥ ǀ mamahantām ǀ aditiḥ ǀ sindhuḥ ǀ pṛthivī ǀ uta ǀ dyauḥ ǁ

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    What is that link? Please name the site too. Is it a PDF or a site of another country? It is uncomfortable to some if they don't know where it will take them. Nov 29 '19 at 9:35
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    Thank You, that's it. For reference i was following exactly that link at sacred-texts.com/hin/rvsan/rv01114.htm , but i don't understand why the left it incomplete. The final part i was searching is exactly : tat ǀ naḥ ǀ mitraḥ ǀ varuṇaḥ ǀ mamahantām ǀ aditiḥ ǀ sindhuḥ ǀ pṛthivī ǀ uta ǀ dyauḥ ǁ . Nov 29 '19 at 10:21
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    @Sarvabhouma site of another country?
    – Pandya
    Nov 29 '19 at 11:46
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    @Paṇḍyā Yeah. The sites which have different . Some sites are regionally restricted and some add unwanted tracking cookies.What is unclear in that? This is a site which operates from Russia. So naming a site is not only useful, recommended too. Nov 29 '19 at 15:17

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