Identity of ancient India- Agnihotra agriculture 

DOI: 10.18805/BKAP207    | Article Id: BKAP207 | Page : 62-66
Citation :- Identity of ancient India- Agnihotra agriculture.Bhartiya Krishi Anusandhan Patrika.2020.(35):62-66
Sachi Gupta and Sanjay Pathak gsachi92@gmail.com
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Horticulture and Forestry College Narendra Dev Agricultural and Technological University, Kumarganj, Ayodhya- 224 229, Uttar Pradesh
Submitted Date : 2-07-2020
Accepted Date : 23-07-2020


From ancient time, Agnihotra is a ritual to purify the environment using this method. This  is a healing fire from the Vedic science of Ayurveda. The tremendous amount of energy during the fire is resonating and a magnetic field is produced that strengthens positive energy and prevents negative energy. People around the world have experienced Agnihotri’s power to reduce stress, clarity of mind and improvement in full health. Agnihotra, homa has significant effect on plant growth and development. Homa farming methods are used in different parts of the world to increase the yield and disease resistance of produce. When done regularly every day, it enables the atmosphere to receive cosmic energy from planetary bodies such as the sun and moon, which have a positive impact on humans, plants and animals, leading to good health, balanced environment and harmony.


Agnihotra  Homa Water pollution Biodiversity Balanced environment.


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