81 hours - Shakthiveda Bhaishajya Maha Yaagam in Bengaluru from Jan 23
Bengaluru: An eighty one hours Shakthiveda Bhaishajya Maha Yagam would be performed at Bommandahalli, Anekal taluk in the premises of Sarveswara Dhama from January 23- 27, 2013 on the lines of Srouta Vedic tradition.
In a press release Matha Dr. Sripriya, the Managing Trustee of Shakthiveda Wellness Mission, a spiritual research organization based in JP Nagar, Bengaluru which is organizing the secular spiritual ritual said that Shakthiveda Bhaishajya Maha Yaagam is aimed at achieving world peace, environmental cleansing at elemental level and neutralising unhealthy energies which create geopathic stress. It also ensures removal of obstacles in health, wealth and longevity.
Shakthiveda Bhaishajya Maha Yaagam includes a myriad of herbs, Vedic chanting by ritwiks and personalized homas on each day during this galactic event. Nine types of oil will be used and animal products such as ghee are excluded. The maha yaaga kunda is in elliptical shape with a central length of 27 feet and central breadth of 18 feet. Over 3 lakh people from various parts of India are expected to witness the sacrificial fire ceremony during the four days.
Parama Poojya Rishidev Sri Narendranji, the founder-mentor of Shakthiveda Wellness Mission and the Mukhyaachaarya of the Shakthiveda Bhaishajya Maha Yaagam, said that 81 focal issues of societal importance such as culmination of atrocities on women/girls, alcoholism, suicidal mania, corruption, accidents etc. are earmarked for each hour of the Yaaga and will be dealt with appropriate oblation of the herbs and chanting of mantras.. He also declared that exclusive rituals will be conducted to combat alcoholism, abortion, cheating, theft, begging, war, cancer etc. that are being faced by the society today. Special rituals will also be done based on geographical focus on areas like Kerala, Karnataka, all other states in India and most of the countries of the world spread over the five continents. The organizing Committee informed that the exquisite nature of the Yaaga is that 216 medicinal plants are used which eventually create change in the atmosphere. Scientists from various organisations and also scientists from abroad are likely to visit in order to study this phenomenon.
According to the organizing committee, the Yaagam is practised under their dictum ‘THINK SPIRITUALLY AND ACT SCIENTIFICALLY. The rituals commence on 23rd January 2013 at 06.03 pm at the Sarveswara Dhama, Bommanda Halli Village in Anekal Taluk, and the yaagam will conclude on the 27th evening at 03.00 pm. The Yajamaana of the Mahayaaga is Parama Poojya Rishidev Sri Narendranji. This is the first Maha Yaaga of its kind in the whole world using as many medicinal plants, the organising committee claimed.
Similar Maha Yaagam was initially conducted by Shakthiveda Wellness Mission earlier during May 9th to 11th 2012 at Puthiyakavu Temple grounds, Thripunithura wherein only 108 medicinal plants were used.