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Nirang


Nirang, in Zoroastrianism, is the consecrated bull's urine which is drunk by the priest and rubbed on his body during the bareshnum, the purification ceremony. The urine is believed to have spiritual and mystical power. A.G.H


Source:

Drury, Nevil. The Watkins Dictionary of Magic. London. Watkins Publishing. 2005. p. 209

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