Rig Ved 1.36.7
To do a Namaskaar or bow before someone means that you are humble or without pride and ego. This means that we politely bow before you since you are better than me. Pranipaat(प्राणीपात) also means the same that we respect you without any vanity.
होत्रा॑भिर॒ग्निं मनु॑षः॒ समिं॑धते तिति॒र्वांसो॒ अति॒ स्रिधः॑॥
नमस्विनः - To bow.
स्वराजम् - Self illuminating.
तम् - His.
घ ईम् - Yours.
इत्था - This way.
उप - Upaasana.
आसते - To do.
स्त्रिधः - For enemies.
मनुषः - Yajman.
होत्राभिः - In seven numbers.
अग्निम् - Agnidev.
समिन्धते - Illuminated on all sides.
Explanation : Yajmans bow(do Namaskaar) before self illuminating Agnidev by making the offerings of Havi.
Deep meaning: To do a Namaskaar or bow before someone means that you are humble or without pride and ego. This means that we politely bow before you since you are better than me.
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