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Agni in Rig Veda : First 300 Mantras by 12 Rishis (Text in Devanagari and Roman, Translations and Notes) (Sanskrit Text with Transliteration and English Translation)

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ISBN 13 9788179940136
Binding Paperback
Total Pages 210
Edition 2016
Author R. L. Kashyap
Product Dimensions 21.5 cm X 14 cm
Publishers Sri Aurobindo Kapali Sastry Institute of Vedic Culture  
Category Vedas  
Weight 250.00 g

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Agni is the most important, the most universal of the Vedic gods. In the physical world he is the general devours and enjoyer. He is also the purifier; when he devours and enjoys then also he purifies. He is the fire that prepares and perfects; he is also the fire that assimilates and the heat of energy that forms. He is the heat of life and creates the sap, the rasa in things, the essence of their substantial being and the essence of their delight.He is equally the will in Prana, the dynamic Life-energy, and in that energy performs the same functions. Devouring and enjoying, purifying, preparing, assimilating, forming, he rises upwards always and transfigures his powers into the Maruts, the energies of Mind. Our passions and obscure emotions are the smoke of Agni’s burning. All our nervous forces are assured of their action only by his support.If he is the will on our nervous being and purifiles it by action, he is also the will in the mind and clarifies it by aspiration. When he enters into the intellect, he is drawing near to his divine birthplace and home. He leads the thoughts towards effective power; he leads the active energies towards light.
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