Hymns in Book XX of Atharva Vedacommences with Hymns dedicated to Lord Indra
for prosperity and overall protection. One twenty six hymns are dedicated to him. The
one twenty seventh hymn is in praise of the good government of King Kaurama. The next
five hymns are sacrificial formulas. The one thirty third hymn is a puzzling verse. The
subsequent hymn is the Ajijnasenya verse. The next hymn is also verses consisting of
frustration, abuse, the Gods' Offering and power. One thirty seventh hymn and the
following ones are in praise of Indra. Hymn to Asvins and the dawn form the next four
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