Agni: Veda God of Fire in Hinduism
Agni, God of ﬁre in the VEDA. Vedic HINDUISM— a type of Hinduism that students typically recommend entered India from the northwest round 1500 B.C.E.—facilities upon performing SACRIFICES.
As a end result, the ﬁre into which sacriﬁces are made assumes great significance. It is worshipped because the god Agni. In the sacriﬁcial grounds three ﬁres signify Agni in the three ranges of the universe: HEAVEN, environment, and earth.
As the “oblation-eater” (the one who devours sacriﬁ ces) Agni is the divine equal to the priest. He is accountable for purifying the presents of human beings and bearing them to the gods. He additionally brings the blessings of the gods to human beings.
In the sacred assortment of hymns generally known as the Rig-veda, he's praised greater than any god however INDRA.