Anubandhya is the name of the animal sacrifice performed at the end of Somayāga (Somayaga) after the abavṛt (abavrit) bathing. The animal should be preferably a barren cow or a bull in case of unavailability of a barren cow.
R.N. Dandekar informs that the sacrificial animal was bound to a post or peg from the beginning. During that period an oblation of cooked rice was made for the deity Aditi.