1. ENKINDLED, Pavamana, Lord, sends forth his light on, every side In friendly show, the bellowing Bull. 2 He, Pavamana, Self-produced, speeds onward sharpening his horns: He glitters through the firmament. 3 Brilliant like wealth, adorable, with splendour Pavamana shines, Mightily with the streams of meath. 4 The tawny Pavamana, who strews from of old the grass with might, Is worshipped, God amid the Gods. 5 The golden, the Celestial Doors are lifted with their frames on high, By Pavamana glorified. 6 With passion Pavamana longs for the great lofty pair, well-formed Like beauteous maidens, Night and Dawn 7 Both Gods who look on men I call, Celestial Heralds: Indra's Self Is Pavamana, yea, the Bull. 8 This, Pavamana's sacrifice, shall the three beauteous Goddesses, Sarasvatī and Bhāratī and Iḷā, Mighty One, attend. 9 1 summon Tvaṣṭar hither, our protector, champion, earliest-born, Indu is Indra, tawny Steer; Pavamana is Prajāpati. 10 O Pavamana, with the meath in streams anoint Vanaspati, The ever-green. the golden-hued, refulgent, with a thousand boughs. 11 Come to the consecrating rite of Pavamana, all ye Gods,— Vāyu, Sūrya, Bṛhaspati, Indra, and Agni, in accord.
Bibliography: Rigveda, translated by Ralph Thomas Hotchkin Griffith, (1896)