9th to 14th October 2019
The Vedas are the breaths of the Almighty. There is a presiding deity of every mantra and the respective deities become active through chanting of mantras. There was a time when every house-hold use to chant mantras and gods resided in every house. The learned sages and scholars protected these Vedic mantras by memorizing them. Now Vishva Hindu Parishad and Ashok Singhal Foundation is organising Chaturveda Swahakar Mahayajya for the first time in the world from 9th October 2019 at 5:00 pm to 14th October 2019 till 12 noon at Shri Laxminarayan Temple (Birla Mandir), New Delhi. Sixteen learned scholars from all over India shall recite the sacred 29,500 Veda mantras during the Chaturveda Swahakar Mahayajya.
Being the oldest scripture, Vedic Literature holds an important place in Hinduism. Written between 1500 and 1000 BC, Vedas contain a lot of theories back in time when there were no modern science. Containing various hymns or mantras, each Veda- Rig Veda, Sama Veda, Yajur Veda and Atharva Veda, has its own importance.
Not just an event, these Vedas contain various other theories like the existence of the Solar System, the revolution of Earth, Gravity and many more. Due to the important hymns and mantras, it contains, Hindu priests use it during various occasions. One of the Vedas also contains the Gayatri mantra which is one of the most powerful mantras according to Hindu Culture as it provides peace and power.
To promote peace and harmony, Ashok Singhal Foundation along with Vishva Hindu Parishad is organizing Chaturveda Swahakar Mahayajya. Apart from this, they are aiming for global peace and the welfare of the human being. This pious event is taking place with the support of Jhandewalan Devi Mandir, in the holy presence of Sri Sri Sri Ramanujacharya Chinna Jeeyar Swami Ji where everyone can seek his blessing.
Ayurveda of Rigveda, Dhanurveda of Yajurveda, Gandharvaveda of Samaveda and the Sthapatya Veda (architectural Science) of Atharvaveda are respectively mentioned as sub-Vedas of four Vedas. There are four types of Vedas: Rig Veda, Yajur Veda, Sama Veda and Atharva Veda. Rig-Status, Yaju-Transformation, Sama-Dynamic and Atharva-Root. Rig is called religion, Yaju is called moksha, Sama is work and Atharva is also called meaning. Based on these, the theology, economics, empowerment and liberation were created.
Rig Veda- Rigveda is the first portion of Veda containing pious wisdom. In its 10 chapters, there are 1028 Suktas, contains 11 thousand mantras. There are 5 branches of this Veda - Shakala, Bashkala, Ashvalayana, Shankhayana, Mandukyayana. There is much more than the geographical position and mantras for the invocation of the gods. In the Suktas of the Rigveda, the description of the deities, praises and their position in Devlok are described. It also contains information about water therapy, air therapy, solar therapy, human therapy and medical care by Havan. In the tenth division of Rigveda, the mention of medicine is known as Oushadhi Sookta. The number of drugs has been reported around 125, which is found in 107 places. In medicine there is a special description of Somras. In the Rigveda, there is also the story of Chyawan Rishi rejuvenating.
Yajur Veda- Yajus means appeasing the deities by worshipping. It denotes
dynamism. Besides the know-how of Yajurveda supplies
inspiration to perform finest karmas. In the Yajurveda, the mantras used in the Yajnas,
processes applied in the Yajnas and the knowledge of the
elements therein is also described. This Veda is spiritual. In this there are mantras for the
actual process of religious procession. The two
branches of this Veda are Shukla and Krishna.
Shukla: Yagvalakya Rishi is introducer of Shukla Yajurveda, two branches – Vajasaneya and Madhyandina of which are available. In each branch there are 40 chapters. Besides the description of Yajnas, there is information of medicine, agriculture etc. in this Shukla Yajurveda.
Krishna: Sage Vaishampayana is the primogenitor of Krishna Yajurveda. Out of 4 branches which are available of them, Taittiriya is the comprehensive one.
Sama Veda- Samaveda means transformation and music; calmness and worship. Samaveda is in the musical/lyrical form. This Veda is considered to be the origin of musical scriptures. In this Veda of 1875 mantras, except for 75 mantras all the other mantras have been taken from Rigveda. It has mention of Savita, Agni and God Indra. Three of its branches are now available.
Atharva Veda- Tharva means the vibration and Atharva means steady. He who remains absorbed in the worship of God by doing great deeds through knowledge achieves wisdom and attains liberation. This Veda has mention of mysterious knowledge, herbs, miracles, Ayurveda etc. There are 20 chapters with 5977 mantras. There are eight segments in which the two names are found Bhaishajnaveda and Dhatuveda.
Chinna Jeeyar Swami Ji vision is to help poor and impoverished people all across the globe. He also believes that there are certain things in the world like quality education for everyone, healthcare facility. The main motive of Swami Ji is to promote peace and harmony in the world. Apart from this, Chinna Jeeyar Swami Ji promotes having mutual respect for all living beings and adopt non-violence and joy of sharing which will eventually lead to peace and harmony.
Vishva Hindu Parishad (VHP) was founded on 29th August 1964, on the auspicious day of Shri
, with the blessings of the Saint shakti of Bharat.The objective of the VHP is to organise -
consolidate the Hindu society and to serve -
protect the Hindu Dharma. A strong, effective, enduring and an ever increasing presence of
VHP is seen in lakhs of villages & towns in Bharat.
Through over 58803 service projects in the field of health, education, self- empowerment, Gram Shiksha Mandir etc. VHP is strengthening the grass root level of the Hindu society. Through the consistent efforts at eradication of social evils like untouchability, VHP is absolving the Hindu society & rejuvenating it to express it's inherent Hindu Unity.
By taking up issues like Shri Ramjanmabhoomi, Shri Amarnath yatra, Shri Ramsetu, Shri Ganga Raksha, Gau Raksha, the Hindu Mutt- mandir issue, the religious conversions of Hindus by Christian Church , Islamic terrorism, Bangladeshi Muslim infiltration etc, VHP is proving to be the indomitable force of the Hindu society for the protection of its core values- beliefs and sacred traditions.
Many eminent personalities from India and around the world will participate in this religious event. There is provision of five people in each session (9:00 am to 12:00 pm and from 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm) of yajna for making spiritual offerings to the gods. Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh Sarsanghchalak Revered Shri Mohanrao Bhagwat Ji and Sarkarywah Shri Bhaiyyaji Joshi will be yajmans in one session and make religious offerings to the yajna.