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The ahavaniya mound is square in shape. .

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ahavaniya (aahavaneeya). Consecrated fire taken from the perpet- ual fire and prepared for receiving oblations, esp.
8. Individual Merges in the Universal Brahman (Swaapyayaath)
Abstract 2005
Three vedis viz Garhapatya, Ahavaniya and Daksinagni having shape of a circle one sq.
Aghora – A True Treatise 1
3) Ahavaniya - the oblations to this agni helps to conquer the swar loka. Here this agni is used for invoking various devas.
History of Space Perceptions III
L'autre feu axial, à l'est du premier, est appelé ahavaniya ou feu des offrandes householder), the other ahavaniya, fire of the offerings.

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Sacrifices from the Chapter "Grhasthasrama", in Hindu Dharma
Offerings to deities are made generally in a third fire in the east called "ahavaniya " and it is also to kindled from the garhapatya fire.
He who is about to enter on the vow, touches water whilst standing between the Ahavaniya and Garhapatya fires, with his face turned towards east.

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