vED STATES yGN CREATES ALL THAT EXIST IN THIS UNIVERSE.....NEPAL GOES TO INDIA TO PERFORM A yGN FOR PEACE IN NEPAL AND THE WORLD.......
Posted by Vishva News Reporter on December 13, 2005

 

NEPAL PERFORMS IN HARDWAR, INDIA
muk`tinaath mHaayGN
A viSSH`v shaanti yGN
For
PEACE IN NEPAL AND THE WORLD

NEPAL ON-LINE: www.kantipuronline.com: By RANI GURUNG KAKSHAPATI

Hardwar-the holy city in Uttar Anchal, North India, witnessed a different Arati in Harki Paidi, offered by thousands of devout Nepali and Indians on the 18th November 2005.

They had traveled to Hardwar at the behest of their Guru, Ananta Shree Bhibhushit Muktinath Pithdiswor Swami Kamal Nayan Acharya of Muktinath, Nepal, to take part in the Mahayagya.

In an unprecedented move of religious conviction, Swami Jee had taken a Maha Sangkalpa to perform the Vishwa Shanti Mahayagya in Hardwar to pray for peace in Nepal and the world.

The success of the Mahayagya meant that the image of Nepal was presented in a positive manner, and goodwill gained for Lord Muktinath, for Shaligrams and in general for the people of Nepal.

The extolling of a Nepali Swami in the highest of terms by all dignitaries and common people present at the Mahayagya was also a matter of pride for all Nepalis.

Bhagwath Paths and Yagyas were performed enthusiastically by Nepali and Indian devotees from the 8th to 14th November, 2005 in at least 350 different towns and cities of India as part of the Mahayagya celebrations.

Prominent Sadhuus, Santas and intellectuals attended all three days of the closing function from 17th to 19th November, 2005.

The chief guest of the first day's function was Ashoke Shinghal Jee, President of the Vishwa Hindu Parishad Intern-ational. The President spoke of the religious and social significance of such a Mahayagya and thanked the chief initiator Swami Kamal Nayan Acharya for upholding the important tenets of Satana Dharma.

Governer of Uttar Anchal Sudharshan Agarwal, the second day's Chief Guest, highlighted the age-old links between Nepal and India and said it was an honor that Hardwar was chosen for an event of such spiritual significance.


Father of disappeared Dipendra Pant displays a placard with slogan written as 'Where is my son?' during a demonstration in front of United Nation's Office, in Kathmandu, Saturday, December 10, 2005. The demonstration was staged jointly by families affected by conflicts from both warring sides to mark the Human Rights day. Photo:Bikas Rauniar

 

 

A student hurls a tear gas canister back to the riot police during protest demonstration at Amrit Science College in Kathmandu, Sunday, December 4, 2005.Photo: NARENDRA SHRESTHA


A YOUNG NEPALI siDH`DH-purush
(one who has attained divinity)

Swami Kamal Nayan Acharya, the phenomenal young Nepali "Sidhi or Yagya Purush" from Muktnath is also called "Akhanda Jyoti Baba" as he has performed important Yagyas in his young life. He is an intense patriot, wanting to reform society inside out with his prayers, counsels and sacrifices. He has been holding such important Yagyas all over Nepal, maintaining Gurukulums, Ved Vidyas-hrams, Medical Servi-ce Centers, including for the first time in Nepal, a Kanya Gurukulum.

He regularly conducts Dhanyachals, Mahasaptas, Vedic Summits, Sant Sammelans, Pancha Laxmi Poojans and such acts of social and religious benefit. He was instrumental in unearthing the Gajendra Moksha Triveni Dham in Nawalparasi district. Swami jeee's wish is to revive such important places of worship still undiscovered in the five religious sectors of Nepal.

THE CEREMONY OF mahaa-yGN
OFFERING TO 330 MILLION Devtaao (GODS)
FOR WORLD PEACE
WITH 20 MILLION Divaa
on gNgaa nDi
(gHii lamps for worship)


The hand-prepared wicker and butter lights for the Yagya on the 18th November, had exceeded the stipulated 10 million lights brought from Nepal and reached a whopping 20 million by the time the lights were actually lit.

The lights all seemed to light up by themselves as Swami Jee took the blessings of Ganga Mata and offered his Arati. Devotees bathed in the holy river, offered prayers for peace and sang bhajans. Many remarked (including the Santas) that they had never seen such a sight in their lives before nor would they see it in the future.

All were delighted by the way, in which the "deep prajwalan" programme succeeded on the 18th Nov, 2005.

The devout onlookers praised the Mahayagya for the spiritual awakening it would provide specially at a time when skepticism runs high in society and faith dwindles for lack of true commitment.

The morning of the 17th November, 2005 witnessed the grand Kalash Yatra for peace. It turned out a huge gathering of Santas, devotees, intellectuals and the public.

A large Kalash of the height of Swami Kamal Nayan Acharya, carried the holy waters of the Krishna Gandaki and Ganga Rivers. "Pancha Kanyas" dressed in Nepali Style, a majestic elephant, music bands and horse carriages, created a grand sight.

The Maha Kalsh is returning to Nepal on the 25th December 2005, after making a tour of the holy cities of India.

There is a Shobha Yatra and Abhishek programme planned for Bhairawaha and Kathm-andu as well.

The people of Hardwar have requested that the main Kalash be left behind in Hardwar where they will establish it at a traffic center and name it "Muktinath Chowk".
 

Please click on the next line to learn more about the additional details and usefulness of the above mHaa-yGN offering in Nepal to Creator bRH`m who in this yGN is in the ruup (form) and naam (name)  "muk`tinaath" meaning "one who gives freedom and salvation from all sufferings"....



 

131 Mahayagyas organised in
various parts of Nepal in 2003

Nepal National Daily: The Rising Nepal: KATHMANDU, April  20, 2003: Various Mahayagyas (grand religious ceremonies) being conducted in various parts of the country wishing for peace in the nation and welfare of the people have been completed.
Such Mahayagyas (grand fire offering ceremonies) have been conducted in a total of 131 places of the country for the last one-week at the initiative of Muktinath Pithadhishwor Swami Kamalanayanacharya.

The conclusion of all these Mahayagyas will be held with the flown of milk of 1,265 cows at Tribenidham of Nawalparasi district on Thursday.

There will be a grand religious mass meeting at Tribenidham during the conclusion of the Mahayagya at Tribenidham, the religious site of the Hindus, Dr. Bhola Rijal, chairman of the World Hindu Muktinath Council said.

The Mahayagya held under the auspices of Dhaulagiri Service Society at Bankali of Pashupatinath also completed this afternoon.

A total of 1.2 million traditional lamps were lighted yesterday during the Mahayagya, it is said.

Such grand religious functions were held in various parts of the country including in various places of Kathmandu.

This is the first time that such Mahayagyas (grand fire offering ceremonies) were held in various parts of the country.

Meanwhile, in Parbat, a total of Rs 4,000,000 was raised in aid of Parbat Multiple Campus at Phalebas through the performance of Sribhadra Bhagawat Mahapuran Gyanmahagya rites for world peace.

The oldest multiple campus in the district which was set up in 2040 Bikram year, was on the verge of closure because of financial difficulties, according to campus chief Yadav Ghimire.

During the week-long Mahayagya which commenced with the Nepali new year, Minister for Works and Physical Planning Narayan Singh Pun personally contributed Rs 50l,l0l

 

NEPAL NEWS IN PHOTOS

His Majesty king Gyanendra administering the oath of office to the newly inducted Ministers and State Ministers at Narayanhiti Royal Palace, Thursday, December 8, 2005. Photo:Gopal Chitrakar
 

The felicitation programme of Nepal Beda Bidhyasharm Madhyamik Bidhyalaya at Gaushala on Thursday, December 8, 2005. Photo:KANTIPUR


Nepal is the country at the foot of Himalayas with a population of about 27 million people, majority of whom follow vEDik lifestyle with sNskRUt as the founding language of the official language Nepali. Nepal is the only country in the world with sNskRUt language radio station. You can learn details of Nepal by clicking on the following web addresses:

NEPAL OFFICIAL WEB SITE

KINGDOM OF NEPAL ON WIKIPEDIA

 



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