Pose of yoga on Rather, I shall simply base my comments on the work by Henri Hubert and Marcel Mauss, whose analyses I find generally persuasive. For them, the first part of the sacrificial ritual is concerned with what they call sacralization, that is, creating a situation in which sacred power can be channelled into the profane world. In many cultures, and later in India, such a situation is often identified with one or more places (sacred spots) that frequently have a temple built on them. In the nomadic culture of the early Vedas, however, it was created by setting aside an area of ground and rendering it fitting for the receipt of sacred power by separating it from the land around by marking it off with fire, one of the principal manifestations of the god Agni. In Vedic times this space was called a vihara, a term later employed to refer to a temple. Within this, the three fires necessary for all public sacrifices were set up. Also within the vihara was the vedi or altar, which could be a mound or a pit. Pose of yoga 2016.
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