All About Agni by James Kalomiris
This is the third of a series, The Secret History of the Vedas. Written in a lively, engaging style, the purpose of the series is to educate, entertain, and inform the Reader, and as any book ought to do, teach the Reader something, or to have the Reader find what I written to be interesting enough to where they want to learn more.
This is a book all about Agni. Agni is the premier God in the Hindu pantheon. He is known as the God of Fire. But a simple substance like “Fire,” though simple, Agni represents many fires, and these fires each have a specialized meaning and function in the Vedi dharma. This book explores these meanings and functions.
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I am a PhD, and I have a law school degree. I have a Philosophy degree from college. I studied post-Graduate work in political science, where I first became acquainted with Karl Marx. I have worked in a law office for over twenty-five years where I honed my analytical skills. I have also studied the Vedas and Hinduism for well over fifteen years. In that time, I studied and reflected on the issues presented in my series, The Secret History of the Vedas.