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Old 26-03-2015, 08:05 PM   #434
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Deva Agni...
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In Hindu scriptures, Agni is the God of Fire, and is present in many phases of life such as honouring of a birth (diva lamp), prayers (diva lamp), at weddings (the yajna where the bride and groom circle the fire se7en times) and at death (cremation)...


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Angira (अङ्गिरा) – Angiras, son of Bharata, himself became Agni whom he surpassed when Agni began to practise penance,
Dakshinagni (दक्षिणाग्नि) - consecrated fire taken from the house-hold fire and placed in the south side,
Gārhapatya (गार्हपत्य) – the perpetual house-hold fire,
Āhavaniya (आहवनीय) – consecrated fire taken from the house-hold fire and placed in the east side,
Nirmanthya (निर्मन्थ्य) – fire produced by friction,
Vaidyuta (वैद्युत) – lightening,
Śūra (शूर) – powerful mighty fire,
Samvarta (संवर्त) – the fire that destroys,
Laukika (लौकिक) – the classical fire, belonging to the world of men,
Jathar (जठर) – the old or ancient fire, the fire pertaining to the stomach,
Vishaghā (विषघा) – the entwining fire,
Havya-vāhan (हव्य-वाहन) – the bearer of oblations,
Kshemāvān (क्षेमावान्) – the secure, tranquil fire,
Vaishnava (वैष्णव) – the fire relating to Vishnu,
Dasyuhan (दस्युहन्) – the fire who is the destroyer of the dasyus,
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Śānta (शान्त) – the calm, peaceful, serene fire,
Pushta (पुष्ट) – the ever-equipped, protected fire,
Vibhāvasu (विभावसु) – the fire which is one of the 8 vasus
Jotishmata (ज्योतिष्मत) – the luminous, pure, brilliant fire,
Bharat (भरत) – the fire who is the priest, maintained,
Bhadra (भद्र) – the great, auspicious fire,
Swistikrt (सवस्तिकृत्) – the fire causing welfare or prosperity,
Vasumaya (वसुमय) – the fire consisting of wealth or of good things
Ritu (ऋतु) – the fire of light, splendor,
Soma (सोम) – the fire which is nector, ethereal,
Pitryāna (पितृयाण) – the conveyor of virtuous persons to heaven..

In the Vedas, Agni, Vayu and Soma or 'fire' (light and heat), 'air' (energy and action) and 'water', which are 3 of the 5 tanmatras born from the 3 heated worlds, are the principal deities; Agni brings the subject and the object together and establishes a relation between the two (sambandha); Vāyu causes that relation to evolve (abhidheya), and whose activity Soma directs converting forms into pleasure that consciousness enjoys (prayojna).. These 3 shaktis are involved in all material and spiritual vedic rituals.. Agni, Vayu and Jala are 3 of the 3-fold 8 fundamental qualities of intelligence i.e. 8 in terms of the value of consciousness, 8 in terms of the devata quality of consciousness and 8 in terms of the chhandas quality of consciousness...
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Agni
http://www.worldplaces.net/yem/03/al-balad-al-fawqiyah/
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