Delhi to host Rashtra Raksha Mahayagya

New Delhi, January 23: An eight day long Sanskritik Mahotsav will be organized under the aegis of Shree Yogini Peetham in New Delhi, Maheish Girri, MP East Delhi and National Secretary of BJP, announced yesterday.

As part of this Mahotsav, Rashtra Raksha Mahayagya will be conducted from March 18-25, 2018 by 1111 learned Brahmins offering oblations to Maa Paramba Bhagavati Baglamukhi in 108 yagya kunds at Lal Qila Maidan in New Delhi. The Vedic village will be designed by Nitin Chandrakant Desai, a noted Indian Art Director. During the Mahayagya, spiritual Gurus will join the initiative from across the country and 2.25 crore mantras will be chanted that will energise the entire nation with positive aura.

Speaking on the occasion, Maheish Girri said informed that the Rashtra Raksha Mahayagya is an institution created with the sole objective of ensuring the nation’s security, prosperity and progress. “We also seek to revive the spirit of nationalism and dedication to the rich heritage and legacy of our nation” he added.

The Mahayagya is expected to be attended by prominent political Leaders, renowned Religious and Spiritual Gurus, Bureaucrats, Bollywood celebrities and corporate stalwarts.

To propagate participation across India, “Ghee Rath Yatra” will be conducted to collect the “Ek Chamach Ghee” from all the states for offering oblations during the Mahayagya followed by “Devi Rath Yatra” marking the entry of the deity’s statue to New Delhi, where the Mahayagya will be performed. During the eight days of Rashtra Raksha Mahayagya, eight Sankalps (vows) will be taken by the participants with an aim to attain eternal prosperity.

Artists from all over the nation will grace the stage reflecting the nation’s cultural heritage, every evening. The performances will celebrate India’s diversity through dance, music and folk art.



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