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Avani, the land of legends
It was here that the sage, Rudra Bhattaraka, performed the Ahavaniya yaga, a sacred ritual, thus giving the place the name of Ahavani. Historically, Avani or Avantika Kshetra has been associated with the Gangas and the Cholas who are among the most ...

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