- ashvamedha (Hinduism), grandest of the Vedic religious rites of ancient click on any word to see a definition from the Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary.
- Mahabharatha Tatparya Nirnaya Agnatavasa of Pandavas The
- Yudhishtira thought of performing Ashvamedha sacrifice. However, to gather Pandavas started Ashvamedha; they got a golden sacrificial hall built for it.
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- The ashvamedha or horse sacrifice was one such ritual. A horse was let loose to wander freely and it was guarded by the raja's men.
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- (Or Jaimintya-Ashvamedha). 4 (vii) Purana (a) Mahapuranas. (b) Upapuranas.
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- stress on the ashvamedha, or horse-sacrifice, like the northern tribes.
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- suryavamsa decided to perform the ashvamedha yagna, his courtiers discovered the sacrificial horse had gone missing.
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- Najdłuższym takim rytuałem była Ashvamedha (ofiara konia), która trwała rok i angażowała 609 zwierząt. Rytuały DOMOWE były znacznie prostsze i krótsze.
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- Jul 26, 2010 Ashvamedha Yaga is a Vedic ritual, translating to “sacrificing horse”.
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- Ashvamedha - Description: The Ashvamedha was one of the most important royal rituals of Vedic religion, described in detail in the Yajurveda (TS 7.
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