Agni

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Agni, the Fire God

Agni is the Vedic fire god of Hinduism. According to the Vedas, Agni is considered as the mouth of the Deities, and the medium that conveys offerings to them in the Yagynas. According to Bhavishya Purana The Agnivanshi Rajputs (Parmaras, Chauhanas, Pratiharas, and Solankis) are the descendants of the fire god Agni.