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Aswamedha Yagna in Madurai, India—Live on Int

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Aswamedha Yagna in Madurai, India—Live on Internet

From times immemorial, daily Gayatri Mantra Chanting and Agnihotra (Yagya) have been the two cardinal principles and upholders of perennial Vedic Culture of Ancient India. Gayatri Mantra Chanting symbolizes constant remembrance of the Supreme Spirit of the Cosmos that guides us towards the righteous wisdom; and Yagya symbolizes the mutual ceaseless sharing and caring of the cosmic energies and processes, which keep the harmony of the spheres intact.

Ashwamedha Yagya

As ‘Ashwa’ is the symbol of mobility, valour and strength and the ‘medha’ is the symbol of supreme wisdom and intelligence, the natural meaning of ‘Ashwamedha’ can be taken as “the combination of the valour and strength and illumined power of intellect”. It is the combination of these two for selfless and other-centered motives that may create an ideal society and nation. This is the reason, why the making of a nation has been called ‘Ashwamedha’.

Ashwamedha yagyas as propounded and performed by All World Gayatri Pariwar in the present day context, means – Cosmic Energy (Ashwa) led and guided by Medha (Enlightened Intelligence) for collective awakening and ennobling of society. Shantikunj, Haridwar based All World Gayatri Pariwar has so far performed 29 such mass scale Mahayagyas (23 in India and 6 abroad). The one going to be performed at Madurai Meenakshi Teerth from Dec 29, 2005 to Jan 1 2006 will be the thirtieth in this chain and the first in the holy land of Tamilnadu, India. More details and the official flyer of the yagna can be found at: http://www.awgp.org/english/yagya/english_madurai.pdf

Live Broadcast

Sanskar channel is going to broadcast the Ashwamedha Yagna live on Sanskar TV Channel. The live broadcast is also available on the internet via their website

URL: http://www.sanskartv.co.in/live.htm

Broadcast Timings:

Indian Time (GMT +0530)/ US EST (GMT -0500)

Session 1

9:30 am to 12:30 pm (30th dec) Indian Time

11:00 pm to 02:00 am (29th dec crosses over to 30th dec)-- US EST

Session 2

7:00 pm to 09:00 pm (30th dec)

08:30 am to 10:30 am (30th dec))-- US EST

Session 3

9:30 am to 12:30 pm (31st dec)

11:00 pm to 02:00 am (30th dec crosses over to 31st dec))-- US EST

Session 4

7:30 pm to 09:30 pm (31st dec)

08:30 am to 10:30 am (31st dec))-- US EST

More about Gayatri Pariwar

Gayatri Pariwar is dedicated towards revival of Indian Culture and manifestation of divinity in mankind. The details of upcoming Gayatri Consciousness Center in New Jersey, USA can be found at:

http://www.awgp.org/us/nj

Free online English books are available for reading and download from the All World Gayatri Pariwar Website at the URL http://www.awgp.org/english/books/books_english.html. Some of the titles include

The integrated science of Yagna

The Extra Sensory Potentials of Mind

The Absolute law of Karma

Spiritual Science of Sex Elements

Music- the Nectar of Life

Eternity of Sound and Science of Mantra

Life beyond Physical Death

Who am I

The Divine Message of Vedas

Gayatri Sadhna- Truths and Distortions

21st Century - The Dawn of The Era Of The Divine Descent On Earth

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