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KENOPANISHAD

They went, one by one, and tried to impress on the strange vision their respective Powers. But when they were challenged to prove their vaunted strength, Agni could not bum, and Vayu could not move by a hair’s breadth a dry bit of grass, which was placed, before them and which they attacked with all their strength one after the other. Indra went near to see, when the other two failed, but with his thousand eyes he failed to see anything whatsoever. The apparition disappeared altogether from his sight.

The said to Agni: "Oh, Jataveda, go and ascertain who this is, this adorable Being." He said: "Yes."

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He ran up to the Being, who asked him: Who are you?" Agni answered: "I am Agni, I am also called Jataveda."

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