tato rathah kancana-patta-naddho
hayas ca haryasva-turanga-varnah
dhvajas ca simhena virajamano
hutasanad asa havirbhir istat
tatah—thereafter; rathah—a chariot; kancana—with gold; patta—and silk garments; naddhah—wrapped; hayah ca—horses also; haryasva-turanga-varnah—exactly of the same color as the horses of Indra (yellow); dhvajah ca—a flag also; simhena—with the mark of a lion; virajamanah—existing; huta-asanat—from the blazing fire; asa—there was; havirbhih—by offerings of clarified butter; istat—worshiped.
When ghee [clarified butter] was offered in the fire of sacrifice, there appeared from the fire a celestial chariot covered with gold and silk. There also appeared yellow horses like those of Indra, and a flag marked with a lion.
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