Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 15 Jul 2011 10:01 and updated at 15 Jul 2011 10:01


yvk.7.2 There are two Agnistomas, with the Trinava Stoma() on either side (of the Ukthya), with verses addressed to Indra, for conquest.
yvk.7.2 The theologians say, The sacrifices have Agnistomas at the beginning; why then is Atiratra first employed? The two Atiratras are the eyes of the sacrifice, the two Agnistomas the pupils; if
yvk.7.2 The sides are the Agnistomas, the eight Ukthyas in between are the body; verily the Gayatri has sides of light.
yvk.7.4 There are three Agnistomas with the Trivrt; verily they sharpen the point of the bolt.
yvk.7.4 The two Agnistomas on either side are the rims, the Ukthyas in the middle the nave, and that is the circling wheel of the gods.

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