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The story of Lord Vishnu Hiding himself in roots of the plants is mentioned in Kanda one- adhyaya two - brahmana five of Satapatha Brahmana Verse 1-11. This story is related to dwarf avatara of Vishnu called as "Vamana" and Vishnu as sacrifice i.e. Yajna and tells us about how gods with the help of Vishnu gained the whole of the earth from themselves from ...


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The Oxford translation of Rigveda by Stephanie W. Jamison and Joel P. Brereton gives a brief summary of various epithets of Agni including Jātavedas and Kravyād. E. Agni "Fire" ... Many aspects of Agni are expressed through the variety of names and epithets applied to him. Agni is Jātavedas as the fire established at the beginning of ...


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The Vishnu Dharmottara Purana context mentioned by Engalazhwan only lists the names of these worlds. The verses are found in Chapter 1.22 also known as Ganga-Vyaapti or the Pervasion of Ganga. I'm reproducing the verses below: ekībhūtā praviṣṭhā sā bhogavatyām samīpataḥ। śvetabhaumaṃ gatā tasmād raktabhaumaṃ tato gatā ॥30॥ śilābhaumaṃ gatā tasmād ...


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In Ayodhya Kanda, while narrating her Swayamvara (selection of bridegroom), Sita says to Anasuya, wife of Atri as follows: महा यज्ने तदा तस्य वरुणेन महात्मना | दत्तम् धनुर् वरम् प्रीत्या तूणी च अक्षय्य सायकौ || २-११८-३९ "In ancient days, Janaka received with affection from Varuna the rain-god, an excellent bow with two quivers that should never ...


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