Brahmagni, aka: Brahmāgni, Brahma-agni; 1 Definition(s)

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Brahmāgni (ब्रह्माग्नि, “Fire of the Immensity”):—One of the five forms of Agni’s ritual fire. This form of fire is said to appear spontaneously during the ritual of sacrifice at the sound of the magic formula (the Arani-manthana Mantra that is uttered while the fire stick is revolving. This is the fire born of the world. Agni is the Vedic god of Divine illumination.

Source: Wisdom Library: Hinduism

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