Dhuni

A dhuni is (according to the dharmic religions such as Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, etc.) a sacred site represented as a cleft in the ground. This cleft is emblematic of the yoni or female vulva and generative organ. A dhuni therefore represents a site of worship dedicated to Shakti. ==Etymology== The etymology of the word Dhuni is connected with ...
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Dhuni

[Meher Baba] ---- Photo by Win Coates]] The Dhuni (a word that literally means `fire”) is a fire ritual that Meher Baba co-opted from other religious traditions and made his own. Thus his use of the word and modification of its practice is not precisely analogous to its traditional form as found in Hinduism. == Overview == Meher Baba`s Dh...
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