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WORLD PEACE MAHA YAGYA

                                                    WORLD PEACE MAHA YAGYA


Agni is the first word of Rig Veda. Agni or fire is the only element which cannot be polluted. This is the reason it is chosen as the medium of interacting with the devloka. It is the devloka tha governs the functioning of the prithvi or bhulok.
Whatever offerings we make to the fire are transformed by it into specific fragrances which in turn nourish the devloka. 

A true vedicyagya done in the sanidhya of a Guru, has a powerful effect on those participating as well as on the environment. As you do samyam on the yagya-agni, you imbibe the purity of the agni within you, warding off all the negativity and heaviness. The environment become fragrant, serene and peace descends within and without and devs and devis manifest in the yagya agni.
(Original unedited pictures of divine manifestations at yagyas conducted at Dhyan Ashram http://www.dhyanfoundation.com/yagya.php )

Experience the phenomenal power of Vedic Science of Yagyas,
World Peace Maha Yagya in the divine presence of Yogi Ashwini on 23rd june, 2017 at Dhyan Ashram, Chatarpur, Delhi. Dress Code : Yellow
To attend, register at +919871965645​⁠​

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