Agni - Vedic Fire God of Hinduism

Agni is a Sanskrit word which literally means fire. In Hinduism, Agni is regarded as the God of Fire. Agni is one of the 5 Pancha Bhoota or the five great elements. Rishi Kashyapa and Aditi are the parents of Agni Dev.

Agni is of great significance in Hinduism, and is considered as the medium that conveys offering to them in a Homa (ritual).

Consort – Goddess Svaha
Vahana – Ram
Siblings of Agni - Indra, Brihaspati, Varuna, Vayu, Dyaus, Samudra

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