Ignorant people are burning ghee, a precious food, by pouring it in the fire going against the Veda, which says that food shall not be destroyed (Annaṃ na paricakṣīta). Fire is in three forms:- i) Loukikaagni or Bhautikaagni (fire burning on sticks), ii) Vaidyutaagni (fire that is generated from electricity) and iii) Devataagni or Vaishvaanaraagni (hunger fire present in hungry person). The first two types are instruments of sacrifice (Yajna saadhanam) used to cook ghee associated food (Ghrutam is not ghee but ghee-associated food by implied meaning or Lakshanaa.), which is served to a hungry person to burn it in his/her hunger fire (fire to be worshipped or Yajnopaasyah) and this fire is said to be God in the Gita (Ahaṃ vaiśvānaro bhūtvā).
The first hymn of the first Veda (Rug Veda) says that fire is both receiver (Havaniiya) and supplier (Hotaa) of ghee-food. The inert fire can only be the receiver and not the supplier. The fire shall mean the hungry Sadguru, who can be the supplier of ghee food (eating with hand) and receiver (supplying ghee food to the fire in the stomach). Thus, even the first hymn of the first Veda is misunderstood! The Veda says that the hungry guest is called Vaishvaanara fire (Vaiśvānaraḥ praviśatyatithiḥ). God Kapila told that a fool burns ghee in fire. God Krishna asked the wives of sages to give the ghee-food to His hungry friends. Today, tons and tons of ghee are burnt in physical fire by ignorant devotees to pollute the atmosphere stopping rains. The Veda says that all deities are present in the Sadguru and if He is fed, god Indra present in the Sadguru is pleased to give rains (Yāvatīrvai devatāḥ…).