1. SING forth to Indu, O ye men, to him who is purified, Fain to pay worship to the Gods. 2 Together with thy pleasant juice the Atharvans have commingled milk, Divine, devoted to the God. 3 Bring, by thy flowing, weal to kine, weal to the people, weal to steeds. Weal, O thou King, to growing plants 4 Sing a praise-song to Soma brown of hue, of independent might. The Red, who reaches up to heaven. 5 Purify Soma when effused with stones which bands move rapidly, And pour the sweet milk in the meath. 6 With humble homage draw ye nigh; blend the libation with the curds: To Indra offer Indu up. 7 Soma, foe-que chief o’er men, doing the will of pour forth Prosperity upon our kine. 8 Heart-knower, Sovran of the heart, thou art effused, O Soma, that Indra may drink thee and rejoice. 9 O Soma Pavamana, give us riches and heroic strength,— Indu! with. Indra for ally.
Bibliography: Rigveda, translated by Ralph Thomas Hotchkin Griffith, (1896)