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Atharvan. The priest who in Indian religion was the first to generate fire, to institute its worship, and to offer soma (Ṛg Veda 1. 83. 5). For those reasons he was called ‘the father of fire’. His descendants, the Atharvānas, have inherited his responsibilities in relation to domestic rituals. See also ATHARVA VEDA.
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