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Yajna is an activity with endless effects and results. The universe is limitless. In a galaxy in the universe, there are crores of suns. Such galaxies are innumerable too. Similarly, the effects of a Yajna are limitless.

Man learned performing a Yajna as soon as the word of the RigVed spread in the universe. Yajna is connected with sun rays, and its purpose is for the common good. The Puran literature lays emphasis on the Yajna. This one tradition in India is such that it still exists even after so many cultures and civilizations have risen perished. Yajna is closely associated with knowledge, and also it is very much related to the planet Mercury.

It is a scientific fact that burning herbs charged with Mantras in a Yajna and mixing the smoke in the atmosphere and letting those sitting nearby inhale the smoke is highly and widely effective, because liquids and more effective than solids and gases are more effective than liquids, similar to the fact that the liquids in a medicine are more effective than powder in a medicine. Injections and extracts are even more effective. Gases and vapours inhaled are much more effective than solids or liquids. The science of Yajna too shows fast effects. Yajna and Agnihotra effectively do the job of getting the medicinal smokes and vapours to the minutest body parts through inhalation, and very fast. The medicinal smoke and vapours generated in a Yajna enter the lungs and go straight to the brains and other body parts via blood, and start showing their effects immediately. The heart beats 70-80 times a minute, inhaling 7500 ml of air and exhales carbon dioxide. From this, it can be imagined as to how fast the vapours and smoke travel through the body by way of blood. In addition to spiritual benefits, this also provides fast mental and psychological effects.

Thus, the body takes in a lot of medicinal elements and lets out a lot of body poisons and unwanted things by way of perspiration. In addition to the gases and fumes and smoke, Yajna also produces several types of light rays. Three colours are the most important out of all the colours we can see: yellow, red and blue. The yellow colour contains nitrogen, carbon, oxygen, barium, calcium, cadmium, cobalt, manganese, titanium, aluminium, chromium, iron, nickel, copper and zinc. All these enter the body through eyes, because of which various types of electrical rays start showing effects on the Sushumna Nadi. From there, they reach many Chakras of the body and silence the psychological stimulations. This provides all types of electrical energy: positive, negative as well as neutral.

This has been described in the modern electricity Homeopathy. Moreover, a cleansing effect is generated by the Yajna for all those attending, as well as the atmosphere in the vicinity. Thus, a Yajna also performs the job of converting acarbonic Yogikas into carbonic ones.

Air heated due to the Yajna goes up and the colder air starts replacing it, which causes air circulation at the Yajna site. The atmosphere turns humid. That is why it is said that a Yajna causes rains.

Yajna also reduces air pollution and increases the nutrient value of the air. All of our five elements (speech, sight, hearing, touch and smelling) is very important. If any element in the nature is to be increased or decreased, it can be done with the help of the sky element. Smell or fragrance is a quality of the earth element. Whenever something is burned, some smell is generated. It may be poisonous or fragrance, which makes a man feel happy. The air element causes the blood in our body flow. It also keeps the body clean. The water element maintains the fluidity of the body or life. The heat element maintains the body heat.

Various kinds of germs and bacteria and viruses in the atmosphere are killed by heating air, while some are killed with cold. When we performing a Yajna, the air gets heated and starts killing some of the germs and bacteria and viruses. Some start dying with cold when the Yajna ashes are mixed in water and we bathe. Bath makes us happy and vigourous. This is the pleasing aspect of the Yajna.

The earth element is also related with nose and the power of smelling. A dog relies much more on this power than its sight. It recognizes any man just by smelling, even if it has seen the man after years. This means that the effect of smell remains active for a long time. The earth can keep smelling the various smells generated from a Yajna for a very long time.

Smell is a major role of the earth. It absorbs various smells from the air and makes it free of any smells. All the living beings of the earth breathe clean air for the whole life. The wind carries the smells for some distance, but afterwards, the smell disappears. The air carrying smell is heavier and remains near the earth, but air without smell being lighter, it rises high up in the sky. Thus, the earth absorbs the smells and moisture from the air near the Yajna and sends up clean air. The earth, on its part, produces food and various materials again.

Germs of infectious diseases are killed by the Yajna air which has vapours of ghee and other medicinal herbs, and this helps pollution control.

Benefits from a Yajna:

There are germs and bacteria present in the soil, which destroy the Urwara power of the earth, and for killing which, pesticides are used. These poisonous insecticides and pesticides get absorbed in the soil and from there into the seeds sown. But if the soil used for the Yajna is mixed into the normal soil again after Yajna, it is not poisonous.

Because of the various materials offered and burnt for the Yajna, smoke particles get mixed into the air, and become negative after getting mixed with air. These negative particles suck humidity out of the air and convert themselves into clouds, which causes rains. According to Newton’s law, when force is used against some object, the object too pushes the force away with equal force. Thus, all the material burnt in a Yajna comes back to earth in the form of rain water and is absorbed as water by various living beings including plants and trees.

Nothing is completely destroyed, only its form changes. When burnt is a Yajna, the particles of all things burnt in the Yajna become much smaller, get mixed in the air, and reach body through the air we breathe, and reach even the smallest cells of the body.

Each and every molecule of the universe is always moving. The speed or velocity of its movement is related to certain fixed laws of physics. The velocity of all the molecules is not the same, it varies, while some of them may be traveling against each other too. Two similar objects attract each other, while opposite things repel each other. Thus, germs and viruses get attracted to the bodies of those people who use materials which produce filth and decay of the body. But germs and viruses get repelled from those people who perform a Yajna, burning nutritious materials like cloves and ghee and Guggul, all of which are of the opposite nature.

Smell is a major role of the earth. It absorbs various smells from the air and makes it free of any smells. All the living beings of the earth breathe clean air for the whole life. The wind carries the smells for some distance, but afterwards, the smell disappears. The air carrying smell is heavier and remains near the earth, but air without smell being lighter, it rises high up in the sky.

Thus, the earth absorbs the smells and moisture from the air near the Yajna and sends up clean air. The earth, on its part, produces food and various materials again. The effects of smells remain for a long time.

6.Because of the various materials offered and burnt for the Yajna, smoke particles get mixed into the air, and become negative after getting mixed with air. These negative particles suck humidity out of the air and convert themselves into clouds, which causes rains. According to Newton’s law, when force is used against some object, the object too pushes the force away with equal force. Thus, all the material burnt in a Yajna comes back to earth in the form of rain water and is absorbed as water by various living beings including plants and trees.

7. Even materials burned in small quantities cause effects for long distances and for a large number of people who may even be away from the Yajna.

8. Yajna does not produce carbon, on the other hands, the gases and vapours produced by it are as beneficial as carbon dioxide in a soda water bottle or carboveg or graphitis in homeopathy. Ashes, ‘bhasma’ of the Ayurved are very advanced treatment medicines, and those are produced by burning various medicinal herbs and metals etc. Samidhas and other material

There is some specific material for offering and burning for each day, but the most used of them all is the ghee made from cow milk. Then comes the sugar. Then are camphor, Guggul, Shorea robusta, cedar, sandalwood, aloe, essence, fragrant medicinal grass roots of nagarmotha, betel leaves, betel nuts, coconuts, spikenard Jatamansi, gorochan, saffron, musk, cloves, cardamom, bay leaves, medicinal kapur kachari, makhana, lotus seeds, dry fruits, barley, rice grains, sim-sim etc. Yajna receives water element from fire element, and earth element from water element, and it becomes sacred as well as healthy. A mixture of various kinds of herbs and plants help with its medicinal effects. The samidhas, i.e., small twigs of mango, goolar, bel, peepal, pakhad, kadamba, tulsi, aaonwala, aak, shami, chichida, kush, khas etc. are included but are chosen according to the disease and physical status of the person.

The Havan Kund has to be prepared in exact measurements, considering the number of offerings and the number of persons performing it. It is improper just to dig a ditch and burn the material at random. Just as arms using fire are made with precision, a Havan Kund also has to be prepared carefully and exactly as prescribed. It has to be made considering its effects. A good performance always gives good results. Yajna is the highest ranking performance in the Indian culture. Negative thoughts of the persons living at the Yajna site disappear. The doubts and apprehensions get destroyed, a firm belief is formed in the mind. They begin to feel enthusiasm in their work and wealth starts arriving.

One can even experience miracles with a Yajna. There is a certain knowledge stream called Madhu Vidya in the Veds, and with its use in the Yajna, a poor man gets rich, and a dried tree becomes green again. This is a subject of further investigation for those who want.

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 Title : SCIENCE OF YAJNA Author : Smt Kamal Agrawal

Yajna is an activity with endless effects and results. The universe is limitless. In a galaxy in the universe, there are crores of suns. Such galaxies are innumerable too. Similarly, the effects of a Yajna are limitless.

Man learned performing a Yajna as soon as the word of the RigVed spread in the universe. Yajna is connected with sun rays, and its purpose is for the common good. The Puran literature lays emphasis on the Yajna. This one tradition in India is such that it still exists even after so many cultures and civilizations have risen perished. Yajna is closely associated with knowledge, and also it is very much related to the planet Mercury.

It is a scientific fact that burning herbs charged with Mantras in a Yajna and mixing the smoke in the atmosphere and letting those sitting nearby inhale the smoke is highly and widely effective, because liquids and more effective than solids and gases are more effective than liquids, similar to the fact that the liquids in a medicine are more effective than powder in a medicine. Injections and extracts are even more effective. Gases and vapours inhaled are much more effective than solids or liquids. The science of Yajna too shows fast effects. Yajna and Agnihotra effectively do the job of getting the medicinal smokes and vapours to the minutest body parts through inhalation, and very fast. The medicinal smoke and vapours generated in a Yajna enter the lungs and go straight to the brains and other body parts via blood, and start showing their effects immediately. The heart beats 70-80 times a minute, inhaling 7500 ml of air and exhales carbon dioxide. From this, it can be imagined as to how fast the vapours and smoke travel through the body by way of blood. In addition to spiritual benefits, this also provides fast mental and psychological effects.

Thus, the body takes in a lot of medicinal elements and lets out a lot of body poisons and unwanted things by way of perspiration. In addition to the gases and fumes and smoke, Yajna also produces several types of light rays. Three colours are the most important out of all the colours we can see: yellow, red and blue. The yellow colour contains nitrogen, carbon, oxygen, barium, calcium, cadmium, cobalt, manganese, titanium, aluminium, chromium, iron, nickel, copper and zinc. All these enter the body through eyes, because of which various types of electrical rays start showing effects on the Sushumna Nadi. From there, they reach many Chakras of the body and silence the psychological stimulations. This provides all types of electrical energy: positive, negative as well as neutral.

This has been described in the modern electricity Homeopathy. Moreover, a cleansing effect is generated by the Yajna for all those attending, as well as the atmosphere in the vicinity. Thus, a Yajna also performs the job of converting acarbonic Yogikas into carbonic ones.

Air heated due to the Yajna goes up and the colder air starts replacing it, which causes air circulation at the Yajna site. The atmosphere turns humid. That is why it is said that a Yajna causes rains.

Yajna also reduces air pollution and increases the nutrient value of the air. All of our five elements (speech, sight, hearing, touch and smelling) is very important. If any element in the nature is to be increased or decreased, it can be done with the help of the sky element. Smell or fragrance is a quality of the earth element. Whenever something is burned, some smell is generated. It may be poisonous or fragrance, which makes a man feel happy. The air element causes the blood in our body flow. It also keeps the body clean. The water element maintains the fluidity of the body or life. The heat element maintains the body heat.

Various kinds of germs and bacteria and viruses in the atmosphere are killed by heating air, while some are killed with cold. When we performing a Yajna, the air gets heated and starts killing some of the germs and bacteria and viruses. Some start dying with cold when the Yajna ashes are mixed in water and we bathe. Bath makes us happy and vigourous. This is the pleasing aspect of the Yajna.

The earth element is also related with nose and the power of smelling. A dog relies much more on this power than its sight. It recognizes any man just by smelling, even if it has seen the man after years. This means that the effect of smell remains active for a long time. The earth can keep smelling the various smells generated from a Yajna for a very long time.

Smell is a major role of the earth. It absorbs various smells from the air and makes it free of any smells. All the living beings of the earth breathe clean air for the whole life. The wind carries the smells for some distance, but afterwards, the smell disappears. The air carrying smell is heavier and remains near the earth, but air without smell being lighter, it rises high up in the sky. Thus, the earth absorbs the smells and moisture from the air near the Yajna and sends up clean air. The earth, on its part, produces food and various materials again.

Germs of infectious diseases are killed by the Yajna air which has vapours of ghee and other medicinal herbs, and this helps pollution control.

Benefits from a Yajna:

There are germs and bacteria present in the soil, which destroy the Urwara power of the earth, and for killing which, pesticides are used. These poisonous insecticides and pesticides get absorbed in the soil and from there into the seeds sown. But if the soil used for the Yajna is mixed into the normal soil again after Yajna, it is not poisonous.

Because of the various materials offered and burnt for the Yajna, smoke particles get mixed into the air, and become negative after getting mixed with air. These negative particles suck humidity out of the air and convert themselves into clouds, which causes rains. According to Newton’s law, when force is used against some object, the object too pushes the force away with equal force. Thus, all the material burnt in a Yajna comes back to earth in the form of rain water and is absorbed as water by various living beings including plants and trees.

Nothing is completely destroyed, only its form changes. When burnt is a Yajna, the particles of all things burnt in the Yajna become much smaller, get mixed in the air, and reach body through the air we breathe, and reach even the smallest cells of the body.

Each and every molecule of the universe is always moving. The speed or velocity of its movement is related to certain fixed laws of physics. The velocity of all the molecules is not the same, it varies, while some of them may be traveling against each other too. Two similar objects attract each other, while opposite things repel each other. Thus, germs and viruses get attracted to the bodies of those people who use materials which produce filth and decay of the body. But germs and viruses get repelled from those people who perform a Yajna, burning nutritious materials like cloves and ghee and Guggul, all of which are of the opposite nature.

Smell is a major role of the earth. It absorbs various smells from the air and makes it free of any smells. All the living beings of the earth breathe clean air for the whole life. The wind carries the smells for some distance, but afterwards, the smell disappears. The air carrying smell is heavier and remains near the earth, but air without smell being lighter, it rises high up in the sky.

Thus, the earth absorbs the smells and moisture from the air near the Yajna and sends up clean air. The earth, on its part, produces food and various materials again. The effects of smells remain for a long time.

6.Because of the various materials offered and burnt for the Yajna, smoke particles get mixed into the air, and become negative after getting mixed with air. These negative particles suck humidity out of the air and convert themselves into clouds, which causes rains. According to Newton’s law, when force is used against some object, the object too pushes the force away with equal force. Thus, all the material burnt in a Yajna comes back to earth in the form of rain water and is absorbed as water by various living beings including plants and trees.

7. Even materials burned in small quantities cause effects for long distances and for a large number of people who may even be away from the Yajna.

8. Yajna does not produce carbon, on the other hands, the gases and vapours produced by it are as beneficial as carbon dioxide in a soda water bottle or carboveg or graphitis in homeopathy. Ashes, ‘bhasma’ of the Ayurved are very advanced treatment medicines, and those are produced by burning various medicinal herbs and metals etc. Samidhas and other material

There is some specific material for offering and burning for each day, but the most used of them all is the ghee made from cow milk. Then comes the sugar. Then are camphor, Guggul, Shorea robusta, cedar, sandalwood, aloe, essence, fragrant medicinal grass roots of nagarmotha, betel leaves, betel nuts, coconuts, spikenard Jatamansi, gorochan, saffron, musk, cloves, cardamom, bay leaves, medicinal kapur kachari, makhana, lotus seeds, dry fruits, barley, rice grains, sim-sim etc. Yajna receives water element from fire element, and earth element from water element, and it becomes sacred as well as healthy. A mixture of various kinds of herbs and plants help with its medicinal effects. The samidhas, i.e., small twigs of mango, goolar, bel, peepal, pakhad, kadamba, tulsi, aaonwala, aak, shami, chichida, kush, khas etc. are included but are chosen according to the disease and physical status of the person.

The Havan Kund has to be prepared in exact measurements, considering the number of offerings and the number of persons performing it. It is improper just to dig a ditch and burn the material at random. Just as arms using fire are made with precision, a Havan Kund also has to be prepared carefully and exactly as prescribed. It has to be made considering its effects. A good performance always gives good results. Yajna is the highest ranking performance in the Indian culture. Negative thoughts of the persons living at the Yajna site disappear. The doubts and apprehensions get destroyed, a firm belief is formed in the mind. They begin to feel enthusiasm in their work and wealth starts arriving.

One can even experience miracles with a Yajna. There is a certain knowledge stream called Madhu Vidya in the Veds, and with its use in the Yajna, a poor man gets rich, and a dried tree becomes green again. This is a subject of further investigation for those who want.

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