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The term designates a śrauta ritualist—i. e. one who has established three (or five) fires outside the home for the accomplishment of his ritual life. He is to be distinguished from the ekāgni, who performs his rituals with a single domestic fire (gṛhyāgni). See also agnyādheya.

Subjects: Hinduism.

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