The Sacrifices of Rajasuya, Vajapeya and Ashvamedha (study)

by Aparna Dhar | 2016 | 61,606 words

Summary: This essay presents a Dichotomic Interpretation of the Sacrifices of Rajasuya, Vajapeya and Ashvamedha and studies their ritualistic and monarchial strata with reference to the Shatapatha-Brahmana: An ancient Sanskrit text dealing with ancient Vedic rituals and ceremonies based on the Vedas.


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