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He is described in the Rigveda as a teacher of divine knowledge, a mediator between men and gods, as well as stated in other hymns to be the first of Agni -devas fire gods. Angiras is common name, and the numerous mentions in ancient and medieval Indian texts may reflect different people with the same name. Many hymns of the Rigveda credit Angiras and his students as their authors. Other than crediting authorship, the Vedic texts mention sage Angiras in various roles such as a fire priest or a singer.
For example, the allegorical hymn 3.
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The most inspired one came, assuming a friendly attitude, The rock made ripe its fruit for the one who performs the kind deed, The young hero attained his aim with the youths, assuming a warlike attitude, And here right away, the singing Angiras appeared.
In the Vedic tradition linked to the Atharvavedasage Atharvan was more revered while sage Angiras was controversial. The auspicious practices, virtues and the pursuit of good for others were attributed to Atharvan, while the hostile sorcery and pursuit of harm unto others were attributed to Angiras.
The Angiras rishi is different than the group of sorcerers in Atharvaveda also named Angirasaand according to Muller, the Vedic rishi is also different from a class of divine beings who too are called Angirasa in the Vedic texts and described as “sprung from coals angara “. The Buddha names ten rishiscalls them “early sages” and makers of ancient verses that have been collected and chanted in his era, and among those ten rishis is Angiras.
The name Angirasas is applied generically to several Puranic individuals. Further, the Vedic sage Angiras appears in medieval Hindu texts with contradictory roles as well as many different versions of his birth, marriage and biography. Depending on the legend, he has one, two or four wives. According to one legend, Angirasa turned his senses inwards and meditated on Para-Brahman, the creator of the creator, for several years. The great Wmriti he got by birth had multiplied infinitely by his penance.
He attained many divine qualities, powers, and riches, and control over many worlds. But he was oblivious of all the worldly attainments and did not stop his penance. He had visions of anbirasa Vedic Mantras and brought them to this earthly world. He is credited as being the source of great number of Vedic Hymns and mantras and also believed to have introduced fire-worship along with sage Bhrigu.
He is one of Saptarishis in the Puranic skriti. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
For celestial being in Hindu mythology, see Angiris. Handbook of Hindu Mythology.
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A History of Indian Literature. Language and Style of the Vedic Rsis.
State University of New York Press. The Sacred Books of the East: The Long Discourses of the Buddha: A Translation of the Digha Nikaya.
India through the ages. The Rishi are seers who know, and by their knowledge are the makers of shastra and “see” all mantras. The word comes from the root rish Rishati-prapnoti sarvvang mantrang jnanena pashyati sangsaraparangva, etc. In other manvantara there are other sapta-rshi. To the Rishi the Vedas were revealed.
The three chief classes of Rishi are the Brah-marshi, born of the mind of Brahma, the Devarshi of lower rank, and Rajarshi or Kings who became Rishis through their knowledge and austerities, such as Janaka, Ritaparna, etc. Thc Shrutarshi sriti makers of Shastras, as Sushruta. The Kandarshi are of the Karmakanda, such as Jaimini.
Other Hindu sages Portal. Rigveda Yajurveda Samaveda Atharvaveda. Samhita Brahmana Aranyaka Upanishad. Ayurveda Dhanurveda Natya Shastra Sthapatyaveda. Retrieved from ” https: Brahmin gotras Hindu sages Prajapatis.
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