In Hinduism, yajña (यज्ञ; IAST: {IAST|yajña}, also transliterated yagya, yaga or yadnya) or yagam (யாகம்), is a ritual of offerings accompanied by chanting of Vedic mantras (also `worship, prayer, praise, offering and oblation, sacrifice` according to Monier-Williams) derived from the practice in Vedic times. Yajna is an anci.....
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(Sanskrit: `sacrifice, offering`), in Hinduism, worship based on rites prescribed in the earliest scriptures of ancient India, the Vedas, in ... [1 related articles]
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(Skr.) Sacrifice, a Vedic (q.v.) institution which became philosophically interpreted as the self-sacrifice of the Absolute One which, by an act of self-negation (nisedha-vyapara) became the Many. -- K.F.L.
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[avatar] Yajna (यज्ञ, {IAST|yajña}) or Yajneshwara (`Lord of Yajna`) is mentioned as an avatar of the Hindu god Vishnu in the Bhagavata Purana. As Yajna, Vishnu is the embodiment of the Hindu sacrifice ritual or Yajna. He was also the Indra (king of the gods) of the Svayambhuva Manvantara, era of Svayambhuva Manu. ==Mythology== The...
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Hindu sacrificial rite
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