Houses and its History
Agni is the most important of the Vedic gods. He is the god of Fire and the accepter of sacrifices. The sacrifices made to Agni go to the duties, because Agni is a messenger from and to the other gods. He is ever young because the fire is re-lit everyday and is also immortal. Agni is the Vedic god of fire.
The word Dharani derives from a Sanskrit root, dharani which means “to hold or maintain”. Dharani is a type of ritual speech similar to a mantra. Dharani is also considered to protect the one who chants them from malign influences and calamities.
From our religious language Sanskrit ‘JAL’ means water and ‘ADHI’ means in large number. Collectively JALADHI represents water in huge quantity like an ocean.
VARUN is the name of Vedic God of water and symbolizes purity, calmness and depth.
From Sanskrit language prakriti, it means ‘nature’. Nature can be described as environment. It is described in Bhagavad Gita as the “motive force”. It is the essential constituent of the universe and is at the basis of all the activity of the creation. It is composed of the three Gunas which are Tendencies or modes of operation, known as rajas (creation), sattva (preservation) and tamas (destruction).