Vedic Yagya Newsletter August 2010
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Yagya Package Available for $1/Day for Prosperity, Protection, Health and Longevity
The Vedic Yagya Center will be performing a very special Daily Rudrabhishekam Yagya on a monthly subscription for prosperity, protection and health improvement, and especially for longevity. These Yagyas will be performed in the USA and run for an entire month at a time.
Individuals and families may sign up. The sponsorship fee is $31.00 per person, per month. That is just $1.00/day per person!
Annual subscriptions are welcome. If you sign up for a whole year, you save almost 20%. The annual subscription is just $301.00.
Prasadams (some of the items used in the yagya) will be mailed to your address.
Note: This is different from the Daily Yagyas, which cost 10x as much. We want to offer a more affordable option to those who cannot afford the Daily Yagyas. These yagyas are designed to still provide some benefits but at a lower cost.
If you have any questions or for further details, please contact Pundit Sharma Samavedula at 512-633-7999 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Krishna’s Birthday September 1 2010 – Sri Krishna Janmashtami
Krishna Janmashtami (Devanagari कृष्ण जन्माष्टमी), also known by many names such as “Krishnashtami, Gokulashtami, Srikrishna Jayanti, Sree Jayanthi, Janmashtami” and many more names, is a major Vedic Festival for celebrating the birth of Lord Krishna, an incarnation of Sri Maha Vishnu.
Sri Krishna Janmashtami is observed on the Ashtami tithi, the eighth day of the dark half or Krishna Paksha of the month of Shraavana in the Vedic calendar, when the Rohini Nakshatra is ascendant. It was on the Wednesday of the week at midnight. The festival always falls within mid-August to mid-September in the Gregorian calendar. This year (2010), Krishna’s Birthday is celebrated on Wednesday, September 1.
August Yagya Calendar
August 7th, 2010 (Saturday): Shani Trayodashi: The Vydic Yagya Center (VYC) will be performing Shani Tila Tailabhishekam (Abhishekam with Sesame seed oil and black sesame seeds). This is very pleasing to the God Shani. This is followed by Shani Shanti & Navagraha Homam. This is a special Homa with reference to Shani God for His blessings. This is a one day event. Sponsors of the Shani Tila Tailabhishekam and Shani Shanti & Navagraha Homam will be blessed and benefited with the removal of negative energies all obstacles and destined negative events will be diminished. This is very good for those who are in Shani Maha Dasha. Sponsors will be blessed with Shani’s Krupa Drishti, which is said to result in enormous success and tremendous positivity in all events such as health, wealth & prosperity. Individual or Family Sponsorship is $51.00 for this whole event.
August 17th, 2010 (Tuesday): Simha Shankranthii: The VYC will be performing Surya Namaskara Yagya on this very holy and auspicious day. As many of you are aware, the Sun God is revered because He bestows his devotees with good health, prosperity and excellent progeny. Therefore, it is a commonly believed that performing Surya Namaskara Yagya will yield towards good health, prosperity, healing of any chronic illness, pain, excellent progeny and such other related matters. Individual or Family Sponsorship is $31.00 for this whole event. vent.
August 20th, 2010 (Friday): VaraLakshmi Vratham: The VYC will be performing a very special “Vara Lakshmi Vratha Pooja & Homam with 1008 red roses.” The Goddess Vara Lakshmi bestows the sponsor with tremendous amounts of positive energies, which should ultimately lead to financial gain, successful business prospects and deals, positive growth of investments, happiness and prosperity. This Vara Lakshmi Vratha Pooja & Homam is specially good for businesses and also for family prosperity. The performer will also attain divine protection. Individual or Family Sponsorship is $108.00 for this whole event.
August 24th, 2010 (Tuesday): Sravana Pournami (Poornima): This is one of the very important Poornimas (full moon days). This is a very special and auspicious day. VYC will be performing Navavarana Archna & Chandi Homam on this occasion. The purpose of the Chandi Homam is to remove any obstacles or blocks in growth — both internally and externally. The mantra for Chandi Devi is called Navakshari or “the one with nine syllables.” Sponsors of this event will gain Divine protection from all calamities and negative energies. Obstacles will be removed and this is designed to encourage success, wealth and prosperity.
August 28th, 2010 (Saturday): Sankashta Chaturthi (Sankata Hara Chaturthi): VYC will be performing a special Ganapathy Sahatra (1008 modakas) Modaka Homam. Sponsors will be blessed and benefited with success in all their work, removal of obstacles and prosperity in all walks of life. Individual or Family Sponsorship is $51.00 for this whole event.
September 1st, 2010 (Wednesday): Janmashtami (Krishnaashtami): This is a very auspicious day and one of the extremely good days of Vedic Calendar. It is also a very powerful days to start any good thing. The VYC will be performing Maha Sudarshana Mantra Homam and Sriman Narayana Ashtakshari Mantra Homa on this sacred day. It is said that sponsors of these Homas will be blessed and benefited with Divine protection, enemies will be defeated or removed, eradication of sins, “Moksha” (Salvation) and enlightenment. They will be spiritually uplifted and all their desires will be fulfilled. Individual or Family Sponsorship is $51.00 for this whole event. Read an article about Krishna’s Birthday. Sponsor now.
Please Help the Vedic Students
According to the Vedic philosophy of Karma (action), whatever good or bad karma we do, will yield a similar result in our present life and future births to come.
Any good, prosperity or adverse things we come across in our life is the result of our own past actions or karma.
Therefore, please Sponsor a Vedic student and invest for your future karma. By sponsoring a student, you help one individual to learn and live well, and you also help preserve the most revered and upheld “Vedas.”
According to the most famous Sanskrit saying “Vedo Rakshati Rakshitah,” one who helps save Vedas, will be saved too (from calamities).