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|Areas of Concern||The Vudrani holy book|
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|Subdomains||Education, Exploration, Friendship, Memory, Purity, Thought|
|Symbol||Mandala with four open books as gates of the compass points|
|Images of Gruhastha|
Source: Faiths of Golarion, pg(s). 17—21
Gruhastha is a male Vudran god. He was a mortal nephew of Irori who, according to legend, ascended to divinity by authoring a book so perfectly profound that he merged with it and became a god—the Azvadeva Pujila.
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Gruhasthans consider all books to be holy, but none surpasses the Azvadeva Pujila, which is both an incarnation of Gruhastha himself and his greatest work of text. The work is relatively informal for a holy book and full of fables, each with layers of hidden wisdom.
- Azvadeva Dejal
- Annually on 3 Desna, worshipers mark the revelation of the Azvadeva Pujila by gifting books, celebrating knowledge, blessing animals, and enjoying a vegetarian feast.