The Mahabharata of Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyasa, Volume 2 eBook

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Victory to Thee that art ever employed in the good of the worlds.  Victory to Thee that art the Lord of Yoga.  Thee that art all-powerful.  Victory to Thee that art prior, and subsequent to Yoga.  Having the lotus springing from thy navel, and having large expansive eyes, victory to Thee that art Lord of Lords of the Universe.  O Lord of the Past, the Present, and the Future, victory to Thee that art the embodiment of gentleness.  Thee that art the sun of suns.  O thou that art the receptacle of untold attributes, victory to Thee that art the refuge of all things.  Thou art Narayana, thou art incapable of being understood, victory to Thee that art the wielder of the bow called Saranga.  Victory to Thee that art endued with every attribute, O thou that hast the Universe for thy form, O thou that art ever hale.  O Lord of the Universe, O thou of mighty arms, victory to Thee that art always ready for benefitting the worlds.  O great Snake, O huge Boar, O first Cause, O thou of tawny locks, victory to Thee that art Almighty.  O thou of yellow robes, O Lord of the cardinal and the subsidiary points of the compass, O thou that hast the Universe for thy abode, O thou that art Infinite, O thou that hast no decay, O thou that art the Manifest, O thou that art the Unmanifest, O thou that art the immeasurable Space, O thou that hast all thy senses under control, O thou that always achievest what is good, O thou that art immeasurable, O thou that alone knowest thy own nature, victory to Thee that art deep, O thou that art the giver of all wishes, O thou that art without end, O thou that art known as Brahma, O thou that art Eternal, O thou that art the Creator of all creatures, O thou that art ever successful, O thou whose acts always display wisdom, O thou that art conversant with morality, O thou that givest victory, O thou of mysterious Self, O thou that art the Soul of all Yoga, O thou that art the Cause of everything that hath sprung into existence, O thou that art the knowledge of the selves of all beings, O Lord of the worlds, victory to thee that art the Creator of all beings.  O thou that hath thyself for thy origin, O thou that art highly blessed, O thou that art the Destroyer of everything, O thou that art the inspirer of all mental thoughts, victory to Thee that art dear to all conversant with Brahma.  O thou that art busy in creation and destruction, O controller of all wishes, O Supreme Lord, O thou that art the Cause of Amrita, O thou that art All-existent, O thou that art the first that appears at the end of the Yuga, O thou that art the giver of victory, O Divine Lord of the Lord of all creatures, O thou that hast the lotus springing from thy navel, O thou of mighty strength, O thou that art sprung from Thyself, O thou that art the great elements in their primeval state, O thou that art the soul of all (religious) rites, victory to Thee that givest all.  The goddess Earth represents thy two feet, the cardinal and the subsidiary directions thy arms, and the heavens thy
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