Ahavaniyagni, aka: Ahavaniya-agni, Āhavaniyāgni; 1 Definition(s)

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Features of the Yagnya (yajna or sacrifice). This is the opportunity for all those who have not done even a single ritual in their lives to start the Agnyādānam. By performing this we will be doing the Prāyahchitham of not doing the rituals properly in our lives. This Agnyādānam also is done to pray Sun or Āditya, Sangnya Devi, Usha, etc. All families/individuals will be given opportunity to do this karma.

Source: Vedas: Yagnya

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