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Matari Svan

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Nila Suktam -
The mAtariSvAn is the messenger of Vivasvat, a Vedic God, who brought hidden fire to the Bhrgus In essence, mAtariSvAn is one of the vAyu-s (life currents).
Gita Verses
reached it, it walked before them. Though standing still, it overtakes the others who are running. Matarisvan (the wind, the moving spirit) bestows powers on it.
Sri Nrusimha PanchAmrutam
was shown forth to Matarisvan [a divine being] in the highest firmament.
ASIC Gazette
Feb 1, 2005 070 530 531. MATAR TRANSPORT PTY LTD. 089 285 325 ..

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Part 5: Tauhid - oneness of God
They have styled Him Indra [the resplendent], Mitra [the surveyor], Varuna [the venerable], AgniGarutmat [the great], for learned priests call one by many names as they speak of the adorable as Yama [ordainer] and Matarisvan [cosmic breath].

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Matarisvan is a minor Hindu messenger god, mentioned in Vedic texts, and the attendant of Agni. A.G.
Vedic mythology - Google Books
Recent Acquisitions: Correspondence, Manuscripts and Recordings
anonymously in “Private Memoran- dum concerning Ralph Schoenman”. (C. ; Clark, pp.
A Vedic Reader (Excerpts)
Aug 31, 2000 Matarisvan is a divine being also referred to only in scattered stanzas of the RV.
The Rig Veda Book 3 - Verses 21 to 30

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