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Hymns in Book IX of Atharva Veda
starts with a glorification of the Ashvins' whip and a prayer for blessings. The next hymn is also a glorification of Kama as God of desire. A hymn on consecration of a new house forms the third one. The fourth hymn is a glorification of the typical bull used for sacrifices. Again the fifth hymn is on a glorification of a sacrificial goat. An adoration of warm reception of guests forms the sixth hymn. The seventh hymn is an admiration of both bull and cow. The eighth hymn is a charm for the cure of various diseases that is linked to consumption. Articulation of mystic theological and cosmological doctrine forms the ninth hymn. The tenth and the final hymn is a continuation of the ninth hymn. There are ten hymns in this book of Atharva Veda.
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