Hymns in Book Hymn XI of Atharva Vedaset off with an accompaniment to the
preparation and presentation of a Brahmaudana. The second hymn is a prayer to Bhava,
Rudra and Sarva. The following hymn is a glorification of offering of boiled rice. An
adoration of Prana forms the fourth hymn. The fifth hymn is a glorification of religious
student. The sixth hymn is a prayer to all Divinities for liberation from distress. The
veneration of Uchchhistha is the subsequent hymn. The eighth hymn is on the origin of
some Gods and man?s creation. The following hymn is an invocation for the destruction
of a hostile army. The final hymn is a spell for the destruction of a hostile army.
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