Agnihotra Farming

Agnihotra Farming

Agnihotra Farming

What is Agnihotra?

In ancient science purification of the atmosphere by yagna is only methods. At sunrise and sunset, offerings of ghee and rice are offered with cow dung in a small pyramid vessel, thereby collecting global energy and releasing it into the atmosphere.In this article you can understand why Agnihotra farming is important for us?


  • Vedas are the most ancient repository of knowledge for mankind. The word Veda is derived from the Sanskrit word ‘vid’ meaning ‘knowledge’.
  • The balanced and blissful interrelationship between human beings and the natural cycle is described in the Vedas.
  • Vedic agriculture (cultivation) and health care are the only methods from the scriptures Rigveda, Krishiparashara, Agnipurana, Vrishka Ayurveda which describe local special information.
  • Sanskrit Shlokas: ‘Kramisyami Vratsisyami Yagene Kalpatam’
  • In Yajurveda sources number 1 to 29, chapter 18 Yagna is described as the basic unit of cultivation, physical, mental, spiritual and intellectual progress.
  • Yagna is a source of prosperity in the plant community and is considered a protector of a healthy and pure environment.
  • Chandogya Upanishad describes the subtle atmosphere and removal of atmospheric pollutions e.g.
  • According to the following hymn, Yajna increases the vital energy by removing all impurities, pollution.
  • Esa hi ve yeshyo yo ayam pawate, Idam sarvam punti, tasmadeva eva yajnah’
  • The basic principle of Vedic agriculture is harmony or balance with natural cycles. g. Panchamahabhuta (Earth, Sky, Water, Fire and Air).
  • Vedic rushis kept cow as mother from which milk, ghee, cow urine, curd and dung are obtained.
  • Medicinal importance of these fivefold substances is described in detail in Ayurveda.
  • Vedic agriculture system includes many farming systems, the most important Vedic agriculture system is Agnihotra agriculture.

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What is Agnihotra Farming Method?

  • Farming done with Yajna method is called AGNIHOTRA FARMING. Plowing the field in this method, Planting, reaping or harvesting new grains are all done through yagnas and recitation of mantras.
  • Agnihotra mainly involves two Shaktis (in the physical world). Agni and Sound, Agnihotra Krishi is the only method in which both energies are combined. That is why the result of using Agnihotra agriculture method, which is helpful with natural farming will be much more, it will be experienced.

Items used in Agnihotra farming methods:

  1. Timing of Agnihotra: Agnihotra is performed at local sunrise and sunset. There is an important natural rhythm at sunset. At that time cosmic energy comes in large amount in the earth’s atmosphere. So performing the Agnihotra ceremony at that time becomes essential. (Note: local sunrise and sunset time table is available online now).
  2. Cow dung: For Agnihotra always use dung prepared from cow dung (desi).
  3. Unbleached/Rice: Use of organically grown and unpolished rice that fits between two pinches (Note:(also available from organic farmers or online)
  4. Cow ghee: Use only Deshi cow ghee in Agnihotra. Do not use any other type of ghee. Medicinal properties in ghee (amino acids essential for plants, fatty substances, etc.) are combusted and spread rapidly in the form of subtle waves, and as the nectar is the result of combustion of ghee, it is called Amrit Nabhi. Note: Do not use substances like kerosene to light the fire, instead make a ghee divot or use Bhimseni camphor (desi camphor).
  5. Agnihotra Pot (Kund): Copper or earthen upper pyramidal shaped pot is used to collect and emit cosmic energy and electromagnetic energy. Being a pyramidal shape, the center of the vessel collects and emits subtle energy, cosmic energy and electromagnetic energy.Copper is considered to be important in metallurgy and is an excellent conductor of electromagnetic energy. (Note: Must be 100% quality copper vessel. Check with iron magnet or reliable source.
  1. Agnihotra Mantra:
  • At sunrise :Om suryay svaha, idam suryay na mam

         Prajapatye Swaha, Idam Prajapatye Idam na mum

  • At sunset: Om agnae svaha, idam agnae idam na mum

      Prajapatye Swaha, Idam Prajapatye Idam na mum

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Agnihotra method:

  • About 5 to 10 minutes before sunrise and sunset, prepare the Agnihotra vessel by placing dry cow dung and then light the fire with a divot soaked in cow ghee or bhimseni camphor (desi camphor).
  • Then at the time of local sunrise or sunset (Agnihotra), in a small copper bowl or two pinches of rice in the palm of the left hand, add 5 to 7 drops of ghee and chant the Agnihotra mantra.
  • Sit quietly till the ahuti is consumed.

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How Agnihotra Farming System Works:

Ossification of volatile matter (from dung):

  • During the Agnihotra process, the temperature in the tank is 2500 to 600°C, whereas the flame temperature is 1200 to 1300°C.
  • During Agnihotra, volatile substances are released into the surrounding atmosphere due to combustion.
  • And the combustion of cellulose and other carbohydrate materials in the dung produces a large amount of thymol, eugenol, pinene, terpenol, ammonia, indole, formalin and a mixture of all these new gases and spreads in the surrounding atmosphere.
  • So, there is a significant increase in medicinal and nutritional elements.
  • During Agnihotra, due to abundant fumes in the surrounding environment, pests are driven away and plants grow in pure environment.

Combustion of fatty substances (ghee).

  • Acetone, pyruvate aldehyde and glyoxal etc. are released from glycerol when ghee is burnt in the fire. Thus combustion of ghee produces methanol, ethanol, formaldehyde, acetaldehyde, formic acid and acetic acid gases.
  • Cow ghee acts as a tonic. Providing nutrients to all living beings on earth, giving them health and strength and purifying the farm environment.

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Photochemical process:

  • After the combustion of the volatiles in the Agnihotra, they diffuse into the atmosphere and then again undergo photochemical processes in the presence of the sun, changing to ultraviolet and shorter wavelength waves and reaching the ground and reducing carbon dioxide (CO2) in the atmosphere and increasing the amount of pure oxygen (02).
  • The following process is followed to purify the farm environment.
  • CO2 + H2O + 112,000 cal = HCHO = O2
  • So the Agnihotra is a clear link of fire, heat and magnetic force that collects cosmic energy in a pyramidal shaped container and discharges it into the surrounding atmosphere.

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Repeatedly speaking of Agnihotra Mantra

  • In Agnihotra, two physical forces are combined, fire and sound.
  • Agni is produced by the process as above and another important physical force is the sound which is produced only by the chanting of the Agnihotra mantra and that vibration spreads in the atmosphere and keeps the plant vigorous and strong.

Advantages of Agnihotra Farming System

  • Protects against harmful bacteria and makes the micro environment of the farm disease free.
  • Protects against pests.
  • The gases produced by the Agnihotra do not kill the INSECT-PESTS, but the desi camphor used in the AGNIHOTRA mixes with the air to form a coating in which INSECT-PESTS cannot survive and fly away.
  • Beneficial effect on plant growth and development by Agnihotra.
  • It removes the polluted air in the farm making the environment pure and healthy.

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Benefits of Agnihotra Bhasma/Ash:

(1) Seed treatment:

  • One kg of seeds soak in 400 ml cow urine and 50 grams of fresh cow dung for two to three hours and dry it in a shade.
  • Then dusting 100 grams of Agnihotra bhasma over the seeds.
  • When the seedling is to be treated, mix 300 grams of Agnihotra bhasma in 2 liters of cow urine and stir for one hour, after which the roots of the seedlings are immersed for five minutes and planted.

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(2) Maintenance of land:

  • Bhasma prepared with the universal energy of cow dung, cow ghee, rice, fire and mantras contains 97% Phosphorus, Pentoxide, 2.32% Potash and 0.34% Nitrogen so dusting Bhasma after watering provides nutrients and is pure natural and impressive.

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(3) Treatment of saline water:

  • To reduce salinity in water, mixing 2.5-5.0 grams of Agnihotra bhasma in 1 liter of water every day in a tube well or open well reduces salinity (EC) in water and neutralizes pH, thereby improving water quality.
  • By performing Agnihotra at both sunset and sunrise, the atmosphere is covered with universal energy and the purity of the atmosphere is maintained.
  • This nutrient-rich environment creates a favorable environment for plants to grow and thrive.
  • In such an environment, seed germination and growth is accelerated and the quality of pollen required for fruiting is also improved.
  • Around the leaves of plants, Agnihotra environment developed, a ring of micro-waves with a special kind of vibrations and beneficial elements is formed in which the plant is prepared from this ring for its continuous growth in the field of rich crops.
  • Absorption of essential nutrients also makes the cereal taste sweeter and more likely to be eaten frequently.
  • It can be said that this result is due to the waves of mantras and cow ghee burnt in the Agnihotra.
  • In such an environment, plant nutrients become more tasteful and health promoting.
  • ‘Agnihotra cultivation system purifies the environment of plants and clean environment will improve human health’

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Summary:

Agnihotra is an ancient science that involves purifying the atmosphere through yagna, which involves offering ghee and rice with cow dung at sunrise and sunset. This method collects global energy and releases it into the atmosphere, promoting harmony with natural cycles. The Vedic rushis used cows as mothers to obtain milk, ghee, cow urine, curd, and dung.

The Agnihotra farming method involves two Shaktis: Agni and Sound, and is performed at local sunrise and sunset. The Agnihotra Pot (Kund) is a copper or earthen vessel used to collect and emit cosmic energy and electromagnetic energy. The Agnihotra system protects against harmful bacteria and makes the farm’s micro environment disease-free.

The gases produced by the Agnihotra do not kill INSECT-PESTS, but the desi camphor mixed with the air forms a coating that prevents INSECT-PESTS from surviving. The Agnihotra cultivation system benefits plant growth and development by removing polluted air and maintaining a nutrient-rich environment. This nutrient-rich environment accelerates seed germination, improves pollen quality, and absorbs essential nutrients, making cereals sweeter and more likely to be eaten frequently.


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FAQs:

1. What is Agnihotra?

Ans.: In ancient science purification of the atmosphere by yagna is only methods. At sunrise and sunset, offerings of ghee and rice are offered with cow dung in a small pyramid vessel, thereby collecting global energy and releasing it into the atmosphere.

2. What is the advantages of Agnihotra Farming?

• Protects against harmful bacteria and makes the micro environment of the farm disease free. • Protects against pests. • The gases produced by the Agnihotra do not kill the INSECT-PESTS, but the desi camphor used in the AGNIHOTRA mixes with the air to form a coating in which INSECT-PESTS cannot survive and fly away. • Beneficial effect on plant growth and development by Agnihotra. • It removes the polluted air in the farm making the environment pure and healthy.

3. What are the components of Agnihotra Farming?

Timing of Agnihotra, Cow dung, Unbleached/Rice, Cow ghee, Bhimseni camphor (desi camphor), Agnihotra Pot (Kund), Agnihotra Mantra etc.

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