Vedic Yagya Center Newsletter January 2010
Happy And Prosperous New Year!
May God bless you with positive thinking in your life for all of 2010.
Thank you to all our sponsors in 2009!
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January 2010 Vedic Yagya Calendar
The January calendar will be emailed to you next week.
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Sponsor a Student at the Vedic School
The Vydic Foundation of India (VFI) was established in 2002 under the divine inspiration of renowned Samaveda Pundit Brahma Sri Samavedula Narayana Shastri.
The school is located at Vijayawada in India. The Acharyas (teachers) at the school impart the knowledge of the Vedas to the students with complete dedication, using traditional methods.
The school relies on donations from people like you: people who recognize the value of preserving the ancient Vedic knowledge of India. See the brochure.
click to see brochure”Vedo Rakshati Rakshitaha.” If you protect the Veda, the Veda will protect you.
You can help sponsor a Vedic student for $25 per month (payments through PayPal to this foundation are not tax-deductible in the U.S.A.). Set up a monthly payment from PayPal (credit card or PayPal).
You can make a one-time donation to the Vydic Foundation of India by credit card or PayPal (payments through PayPal to this foundation are not tax-deductible in the U.S.A.)
Or, mail a check according to the donation instructions. Donate by check. Donations by check are tax-deductible in the U.S.A. if the check is made payable to Sri Shirdi Sai Baba Temple and you specify in the memo section that the donation is for VFI School – Vijayawada. See instructions.
“Sarve Janah Sukhino Bhavantu.” Peace and Happiness to all