Yagna in Mahabharat

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June 2, 2017

 

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However, yagna also teaches the importance of charity and harmony. By offering one’s accomplishments to God and for the betterment of society, one can surpass all worldly limitations. One attains self purity by offering items in the fire, a symbol of purity. Yudhishtira is able to perform a yagna “full of hurdles” because he is “determined in protecting the four castes...
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Yudhishtira is able to perform a yagna “full of hurdles” because he is “determined in protecting the four castes.” After having turned Khandavprasth into Indraprasth, Yudhishthira is performing the yagna to bring about wellbeing to his citizens and so he may achieve liberation by overcoming further desires...
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