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Wednesday, 16 January 2013 06:06

Gayatri has been regarded as the mother and, buy viagra Yagya as father of Indian spiritual tradition. Yagya finds place in all sacred and auspicious ceremonies in Indian culture.

In Gayatri Upasana too, physician it is essential. The number of oblations in Havan may preferably be one-tenth of the number of Japs in an Anusthan or Purascharan.

However, see if it is not found convenient, one-tenth of this number would also suffice. The spiritual birth of a human being who is otherwise born as any other animal, takes place on his initiation by a Guru, whereafter he becomes a Dwij with Yagya and Gayatri as his parents.

It, therefore, becomes obligatory for him to serve his spiritual parents. Scriptures prescribe daily ritual of Balivaishwa which means initially offering a small morsel of everyday food as an oblation to fire. (Saying a prayer at the dining table too is a variant of this ritual) Poornahuti and Brahmabhoj are essential at the end of the Yagya.

If one is not able to participate in a Yagya on account of some contingency, a coconut may be offered as oblation as Poornahuti somewhere else, where a large Yagya is being performed.

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Along with yagya, we perform different sanskars as shown below :

1. Punswan Sanskar
2. Namkaran Sanskar
3. Annaprashan Sanskar
4. Mundan Sanskar
5. Vidyarambha Sanskar
6. Yagyopavit Sanskar
7. Deeksha Sanskar
8. Janm Divas Sanskar
9. Vivah Sanskar
10. Vivah Divas Sanskar

We have 4 teams performing Yagya at different places. Please find the below contact details of them.


Archana  & Anand Jaiswal
Phone: (02)9863 3811 Mob: 0404 430 730
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(Performed in Hindi, English)

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Pramodini & Diwakar Thakare
Phone: (02) 96306460 Mob :0450 153 654
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(Performed in Hindi, Marathi)

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Shweta & Rohit Aggarwal
Mob: 0430 779 119
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(Performed in Hindi, English)

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Niyati & Parag Wani
Mob: 0421 403 852
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(Performed in Gujarati, Hindi)

 

 

 

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