The Zend Avesta, Part II (SBE23), James Darmesteter, tr. , at sacred-texts.com
This Yast ought to follow immediately after the Tîr Yast, as it is derived from the same Sîrôzah formula; the one in which Tistrya is invoked along with Vanant and Haptôiringa (Sîrôzah, § 13). It is a mere supplement to that Yast. On Vanant, see p. 97, note 6.
0. May Ahura Mazda be rejoiced! . . . .
Ashem Vohû: Holiness is the best of all good . . .
I confess myself a worshipper of Mazda, a follower of Zarathustra, one who hates the Daêvas and obeys the laws of Ahura;
For sacrifice, prayer, propitiation, and glorification unto [Hâvani], the holy and master of holiness . . . .
Unto the star Vanant, made by Mazda,
Be propitiation, with sacrifice, prayer, propitiation, and glorification.
Yathâ ahû vairyô: The will of the Lord is the law of holiness . . . .
1. We sacrifice unto the star Vanant, made by Mazda, the holy and master of holiness.
I will sacrifice unto Vanant, strong, invoked by his own name 1, healing, in order to withstand the accursed and most foul Khrafstras 2 of the most abominable Angra Mainyu.
2. Yathâ ahû vairyô: The will of the Lord is the law of holiness . . . .
I bless the sacrifice and prayer, and the strength and vigour of the star Vanant, made by Mazda.
Ashem Vohû: Holiness is the best of all good . . . .
[Give] unto that man 3 brightness and glory, . . . . give him the bright, all-happy, blissful abode of the holy Ones.
310:1 See p. 13, note 2.
310:2 The reptiles and other Ahrimanian creatures (Vendîdâd, Introd. V, 11) which are destroyed by the rain (Bund. VII, 7).
310:3 Who sacrifices to Vanant.