Hymns of the Atharva Veda, by Ralph T.H. Griffith, , at sacred-texts.com
1The Hundred-haired hath banished hence fiends and Consump-
tions by its might.
With splendour hath the charm that scares demons of ill-name
2It drives off demons with its horns and sorceresses with its root,
It stays Consumption with its waist: from this no wickedness
3Consumptions, light and serious, and those which sounds
All these the Amulet, Hundred-haired, scarer of fiends, hath
4A hundred men hath it produced, hundred Consumptions chased
All fiends of evil-name it hath smitten, and shakes the
5The Bull that weareth horns of gold, this Amulet with hundred
Hath cleft the demons of ill-name and overcome the Rākshasas.
6Hundred she-fiends, a hundred of Gandharvas and Apsarasas,
A hundred of dog-mated nymphs, I keep away with Hundred-