The Yug Nirman Movement was launched under the guidance of Param Pujya Gurudev Pt. Shriram Sharma Acharya on the solid foundation of Gayatri and Yagya, the two pillars of divine Indian heritage. This movement has spread with lightning speed throughout the world. Keeping in view the need of the hour, various steps have been taken to simplify the ritualistic procedure of Yagya with a view to make it universally appealing and acceptable. This has been achieved by adoption of Deep Yagya. Importance
Deep Yagya has made possible, the propagation of Gayatri Sadhana and a lifestyle guided by the injunctions of Yagya, in a very short period to large populace. Its popularity has spread with tremendous speed due to the use of lamps and fragrant sticks, which are universally used in worship and prayer by all religions. Therefore, followers of all faiths participate in Deep Yagya without hesitation. Also Dravya Yagya in vogue requires much longer time and is therefore performed in batches, turn by turn. The devotees participating in Dravya Yagya thus fail to derive the full benefits of inspiration from it.However Deep Yagya is completed within a much shorter period of about one and a half hours and all participants collectively enjoy the delightful and enchanting view of the twinkling lamps. They thus derive the full benefit of inspiration from DeepYagya.
Deep Yagya Paddhati (Procedure)It has been composed in Sanskrit Satras rather than in shlokas. Therefore, being easy in comprehension, recitation and repetition, this Satra paddhati has proved very popular in India and abroad. In this paddhati, the underlying philosophy has been explained below under the caption "Introduction", while the emotions,... See More
There is a need to exhort devout persons of all persuasions to participate in the DeepYagya. They should be made to understand that with a view to tiding over the catastrophic dangers inherent in the present-day world and in order to effectively and actively contribute towards the ushering in of... See More
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