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ॐ भूभभुव् स्व् तत्सववतभवुरेण्यं भर्गो दे वस्य् धीमहि धधयो यो न् प्रचोदयात ्

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ॐ भूभभुव् स्व् तत्सववतभवुरेण्यं भर्गो दे वस्य् धीमहि धधयो यो न् प्रचोदयात ्

ॐ भूभभुव् स्व् तत्सववतभवुरेण्यं भर्गो दे वस्य् धीमहि धधयो यो न् प्रचोदयात ्

The two basic energy systems in the living world

HEAT
Heat from Yajna’s Fire

SOUND
Sound of the mantras

Combined to achieve desired physical, psychological and spiritual benefits

The Gayatri Mantra

The Gayatri Mantra has been chronicled in the Rig Veda, which was written in Sanskrit about 2500 to 3500 years ago, and the mantra may have been chanted for many centuries before that. 1 8

ॐ भूभभुव् स्व् तत्सववतभवुरेण्यं भर्गो दे वस्य् धीमहि धधयो यो न् प्रचोदयात ्

OM VISHWANI DEVA SAVIT DURTANI PARASUVA YADBHADRAM TANNAASUVA

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प्रक्रिया: • दिन (Combustion)

• सगंधित करण , धमन (Fumigation) ु ू
• उत्सादन (Sublimation)

• वाष्पऩकरण (Volatilisation)

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Inverted Pyramid Shaped Yagna Kunda:
• ‘Pyramid’ means ‘the fire in the middle’. • inexplicable energies emanating from its center and shape. • The pyramid shape is widely known to generate and store a special energy field, which possesses bacteriostatic properties. • The inverted pyramid shape of the agni kunda allows controlled generation and multidirectional dissipation of energy. • It acts as a generator of unusual energy fields and spreads them in its surrounding atmosphere.

ॐ भूभभुव् स्व् तत्सववतभवुरेण्यं भर्गो दे वस्य् धीमहि धधयो यो न् प्रचोदयात ्

Apart from the pyramid shape, some other special symmetric geometrical designs are also used according to the kind of energy fields and the cosmic currents one wishes to generate by the yagna. Specific types of kundas are recommended for different kinds of yagnas..

ॐ भूभभुव् स्व् तत्सववतभवुरेण्यं भर्गो दे वस्य् धीमहि धधयो यो न् प्रचोदयात ्

These are the main purposes of Havan Yajna: • Lighting a fire and offering wood, ghee and herbs is a symbolic act of giving and teaches one not to be selfish. • Recitation of prayers in a group teaches one to live happily by sharing with others. • It represents the protection of the environment we all have to live in.

ॐ भूभभुव् स्व् तत्सववतभवुरेण्यं भर्गो दे वस्य् धीमहि धधयो यो न् प्रचोदयात ् At the start of a Yajna, water is sipped three times: first for the water received from the sky (rain), second for underground water (wells) and third for surface water (lakes and rivers). This signifies that God gives shelter from above and provides the ground (base) to stand on. These mantras recognize the five senses and the parts of the body, which are needed to carry out work. Different parts of the body are touched with water to pray for physical health and strength. God's powers and qualities are remembered in these mantras. Eight mantras selected from the Vedas are recited; they state that God created everything and that he controls everything through the physical laws he made. These mantras mention various branches of science, which can be of benefit to mankind. These Vedic prayers refer to the combination of different materials to make new materials (chemistry) and the making of machines (technology) and pray that they should be of benefit to society.

Sipping of water (Achman) Prayer for physical health (Ang Saparsh) Communion prayer (Ishwar Upasana) Benedictory prayer (Swasti Vachan)

ॐ भू भ Prayer for भुव् स्व् तत्सववतभवुरेण्mantras दे वस्य् धीमहि धधयोforces of प्रचोदयात ् be peace In these यं भर्गो the prayer is for the यो न् nature to peaceful. (Shanti Prakarna)

Lighting the fire (Agnya Dhan) Placing the firewood (Samidha Dhan) Offering of ghee (Ghrit Ahuti) Sprinkling of water (Jal Sinchan)

As the sacred fire is lit, the prayer reminds us that we cannot live without consuming the things offered by nature. In this mantra the role of nature is acknowledged for giving things to sustain all life. By placing the wood, the fire is started. It signifies that work has to be done to achieve one's goal. Without work one cannot meet one's objectives. The main thought behind this offering is that just as fuel (ghee) is needed to keep the fire going, so God is needed to keep us alive and working. It also conveys the message that one should work for God, not for oneself. Water is sprinkled for obtaining unbeatable strength, tolerance and intelligence. The importance of strength with tolerance and intelligence with a sweet tongue is the message given by this ritual.

ॐ भूभभुव् स्व् तत्सववतभवुरेण्यं भर्गो दे वस्य् धीमहि धधयो यो न् प्रचोदयात ्

Special prayers for both morning and evening Offering without selfishness (Ajyahuti) Final offering (Poornahuti)

These mantras teach selflessness. Offerings are made to the air, sun and fire. These are gifts from God without which no one can live. Worshippers are reminded not to misuse and plunder the resources of nature. Several offerings to the fire are made with the words "It is not for me" (Id na mum). Here Hindus pray for protection from anger, and ask for more light and less darkness. The final mantra says, "God is perfect. God is infinite." The Vedas say that God is infinite and perfect because he will never run out of energy.

ॐ भूभभुव् स्व् तत्सववतभवुरेण्यं भर्गो दे वस्य् धीमहि धधयो यो न् प्रचोदयात ्

Role of Fire:
Fire is a scientific method of subtilisation of matter into energy and expanding its potential and positive effects into the surrounding atmosphere.

ॐ भूभभुव् स्व् तत्सववतभवुरेण्यं भर्गो दे वस्य् धीमहि धधयो यो न् प्रचोदयात ्

ॐ भूभभुव् स्व् तत्सववतभवुरेण्यं भर्गो दे वस्य् धीमहि धधयो यो न् प्रचोदयात ्

ॐ भूभभुव् स्व् तत्सववतभवुरेण्यं भर्गो दे वस्य् धीमहि धधयो यो न् प्रचोदयात ्

Wood (Samidha):
Fire is a scientific method of subtilisation of matter into energy and expanding its potential and positive effects into the surrounding atmosphere.

ॐ भूभभुव् स्व् तत्सववतभवुरेण्यं भर्गो दे वस्य् धीमहि धधयो यो न् प्रचोदयात ्

Wood obtained from the following sources may be used:
Santalum album (sandalwood), Aquilana malaccensis and Valeriana wallchii (borax wood or agar and tagar), Cedrys libani (cedar or deodar), Mangifera Indica (mango)

Sandalwood

Aquilana malaccensis

Valeriana wallchii

Cedrys libani

Mango

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Butea frondosa (flame of the forest or palásha), Aegle marmelos (bengal quince or bilva), Ficus religiosa (the holy fig or pipal), Ficus bengalensis (banyan or bargad)

Butea frondosa

Aegle marmelos

Ficus religiosa

Ficus bengalensis

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Proposis spicigera (sponge tree or Shami), Ficus glomerata (wild fig or gular)

Proposis spicigera

Ficus glomerata

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Other woods suggested are: Eucalyptus, Wood of Oak, Almond, Lavender.

Eucalyptus

Oak

Almond

Lavender

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The four vedas signify the complimentary role of gayatri mantra and yajna in divine creation.
• Rig Veda mentions the powers of Yajna. It lessens the negative energies of one's karma to bring peace, harmony and prosperity in his life. • Atharvaveda deals with sound therapy aspects of mantra for the treatment of ailing human system at physical, psychological and spiritual levels. • Samaveda focuses on the musical chanting patterns of the mantras and the omnipresent subtle energy of sound. • Yajurveda contains the knowledge of principles and methods of performing yajnas as spiritual and scientific expertiments for global welfare. • Yajurveda and Rigveda describe it as the ‘navel (nucleus) of the whole world.’

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Hawan Samagri is made of mainly four types of ingredients:

1. Keetanu Nasak ( Anti Bacterial )
2. Sugandhit ( Full of Fragrance )

3. Swasthya Vardhak ( Medicinal action Property)
4. Paushtik ( Healthy Nature )

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The havisya or havan sámagri should be prepared with a proper combination of the following. • Odoriferous Substances: These are usually saffron, musk, agar, tagar, sandalwood powder, cardamom, nutmeg, javitri and camphor; • Substances with Healing properties: clarified butter (ghee), milk, fruits, lin seeds, and cereals like wheat, rice, barley, various millet, gram, peas, etc; • Sweet Substances: sugar, dried dates, resin, honey, etc;

• Medicinal Herbs:

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•Medicinal Herbs: These are used as per the specific requirements. Some commonly used herbs are Tinospora cordifolia (tinospora/guduchi or giloya), Bacopa monieri (bacopa or bráhmi), Convolvulus pluricaulis (shankh pushpi), Mesua ferrea (cobra’s saffron or nágkesar), Glycyrrhiza glabra Bois (liquoric root or mulhati), Red Sandalwood, Terminalia bellirica (beddanut or bahedá), Dry Ginger, and Terminalia chebula (chebulic myrobalans or harada). Different combinations of these and/or other special herbs are used for the treatment of specific diseases through yagnatherapy.

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Ingredients of Havan Samagri
Baheda, Anwala, Harr, Bawachi, Nagarmotha, Guggal, Talish Patra, Indra Jou, Nag Keshar, Deodar, Lal Chandan Wood, Jata Masi { Balchhad }, Agar Wood, Tagar Wood, Cloves, Nutmeg, Cardomom Green, Kapoor Kachari, Jara Kush, Sugandh Mantri, Sugandh Bala, Sugandh Kokila, Howber, Tomad Beej, Tej Bal Wood, Sandal Wood, Bach, Bay Leaves, Dry Eucalyptus leaves, Daru Haldi, Dhawai Phool, Copra, Chharila, Guruch, Kamal Gatta etc. are main ingredients of Hawan Samagri . In addition to above material Sweet material { Sugar/ Gur/ Mishri }, Cow Ghee, dry fruits { Chhohara(Dry Dates), Kishmish, Chiroungi, Makhana, Gari Gola } , Rice, Jou( Barley), Kala Til are to be added before use. In order to make it more compatible & effective some quantity of Cloves, Nutmeg & Mace is also recommended.

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मौसम क अनसार िवन सामग्री क संघटक भी बदऱते िैं े े भ

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The temperature attained by the kunda varies between 250°C and 600°C, while in the actual flames it can rise as high as 1200°C to 1300°C. At their boiling points, the volatile constituents vaporize and their gaseous forms get diffused.
Distillation of Wood: Besides the complete combustion of the cellulose material of wood, it is also subjected to distillation. This happens due to the way samidhás are arranged in the kunda (also called yagna kunda or havan kunda) and the levels of temperature and air supply which prevail in it.

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When cellulose and other carbohydrates undergo combustion, steam is formed in copious quantities by the combination of the hydrogen of the decomposed organic molecules with the oxygen. This is how the substances like thymol, eugenol, pinene, terpinol etc., are dispersed to in the surroundings and the aroma of a yagna can be smelt at a considerable distance. In addition to steam, smoke is emitted in large quantities and solid particles existing in a decomposed state offer sufficient scope for its diffusion. Thus smoke also functions as a colloidal vehicle for the spreading of volatile aromatic substances. This process depends on the inside and surrounding temperature and on the direction of the wind.

ॐ भूभभुव् स्व् तत्सववतभवुरेण्यं भर्गो दे वस्य् धीमहि धधयो यो न् प्रचोदयात ्

Combustion of Fatty Substances: The fatty substances used in yagna are mainly ghee and other fatty substances of vegetable origin. Ghee helps in rapid combustion of cellulose of wood and keeps the fire alight. All fatty substances used are combinations of fatty acids, which volatilize easily. The combustion of glycerol portion gives acetone bodies, pyruvic aldehyde and glyoxal etc. The hydrocarbons produced in the reactions again undergo slow combustion and as a result methyl and ethyl alcohols, formaldehyde, acetaldehyde, formic acid and acetic acids are formed.

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Photochemical Process: The vaporized products diffused in the atmosphere are also subjected to photochemical reactions in the sunlight. They undergo photochemical decomposition, oxidation and reduction reactions. To some extent even CO2 is also reduced to formaldehyde as follows: CO2 + H2O + 112,000 cal = HCHO + O2 From an environmental angle, the reduction of CO2 caused by yagna as explained above and the liberation of oxygen cannot be overemphasized. Similar kinds of other useful reactions take place in the presence of specific radiations from the sunrays. This may be perhaps the reason it has been recommended that yagna should be performed during sunlight.

ॐ भूभभुव् स्व् तत्सववतभवुरेण्यं भर्गो दे वस्य् धीमहि धधयो यो न् प्रचोदयात ्

Purification of Environment by Yagna: Experimental studies show that the incidences of physical ailments, sickness and/or diseases become less in the houses where the yagna or agnihotra is regularly performed because it creates a pure, hygienic, nutritional and healing atmosphere. It renews the brain cells, revitalizes the skin, purifies the blood and prevents growth of pathogenic bacteria. Agnihotra is basically a healing process.

"Heal the atmosphere and the healed atmosphere will heal you", says Dr. Madhukar Gaikwad

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Purification of Environment by Yagna (continued): The medicinal fumes emanating from the process of agnihotra have been observed by researchers in the field of microbiology to be clearly bacteriostatic in nature, which eradicate bacteria and micro-organisms, the root causes of illness and diseases. This must be the reason why the incidence of physical ailments, sickness and diseases becomes less in the households where agnihotra is regularly performed.

ॐ भूभभुव् स्व् तत्सववतभवुरेण्यं भर्गो दे वस्य् धीमहि धधयो यो न् प्रचोदयात ्

Purification of Environment by Yagna (continued): Purification of environment through the constituent electrically charged particles of the substances fumigated in yagna is an obvious byproduct of this process. The observations of some distinguished scientists are noteworthy in this regard. According to Dr. Hafkine, the smoke produced by burning the mixture of ghee and sugar kills the germs of certain diseases; inhaling it from some distance induces secretion from certain glands related to the windpipe that fill our heart and mind with relaxation. "Burning sugar and its smoke has a significant effect in purifying the atmosphere. It kills the germs of T.B., measles, smallpox and cow-pox" – remarks Prof. Tilward. A Russian Scientist named Dr. Shirowich mentions that – "if cow’s ghee is put into the fire, its smoke will lessen the effect of atomic radiation to a great extent". He also related this process to yagna.

ॐ भूभभुव् स्व् तत्सववतभवुरेण्यं भर्गो दे वस्य् धीमहि धधयो यो न् प्रचोदयात ्

Purification of Environment by Yagna (continued): Removal of Foul Odors: As already stated, under steam volatilization, the various volatile oils get diffused in the surrounding atmosphere along with steam and smoke. Since these oils have distinctly good smells, the foul odors are automatically neutralized. This aroma can be effortlessly smelt in the surroundings when yagna is performed. It is due to the diffusion of substances like thynol, eugenol, piene, terpinol and oils of sandalwood, camphor and clove.

ॐ भूभभुव् स्व् तत्सववतभवुरेण्यं भर्गो दे वस्य् धीमहि धधयो यो न् प्रचोदयात ्

Purification of Environment by Yagna (continued): Removal of Bacteria: As stated under products of combustion, the partial oxidation of hydrocarbons and decomposition of complex organic substances produce formaldehyde, which is a powerful antiseptic. It is also interesting to note that the germicidal action of formaldehyde is effective only in the presence of water vapor, which is also produced in large quantities in yagna. The use of formaldehyde sprays for disinfecting of walls, ceilings etc., is common and such an effect is automatically produced when yagna is performed. The oxidation of hydrocarbons produces formic acid and acetic acid, both of which are good disinfectants. Use of formic acid for preservation of fruits and that of acetic acid in preserving vinegar is a common practice.

ॐ भूभभुव् स्व् तत्सववतभवुरेण्यं भर्गो दे वस्य् धीमहि धधयो यो न् प्रचोदयात ्

Purification of Environment by Yagna (continued): The antiseptic and antibiotic effects of the smoke of yagna have also been examined by conducting laboratory experiments on rabbits and mice and it has been established that smoke emitted in yagna is a powerful antibiotic. Agnihotra ash is also found to purify and cleanse the water, making it fit for drinking. Agnihotra ash is also found to be an effective fertilizer.

ॐ भूभभुव् स्व् तत्सववतभवुरेण्यं भर्गो दे वस्य् धीमहि धधयो यो न् प्रचोदयात ्

Purification of Environment by Yagna (continued): Removal of Insects: There are non-bacterial parasites like flies, ringworm, dice fleas etc., which are normally difficult to deal with since bacteriocides which can be used against them are also harmful to other living organisms. Such insects are generally immune to ordinary reagents. However they either get killed or are driven away when they come in contact with volatile oils like camphor, which are diffused in the environment during the performance of yagna.

ॐ भूभभुव् स्व् तत्सववतभवुरेण्यं भर्गो दे वस्य् धीमहि धधयो यो न् प्रचोदयात ्

Purification of Environment by Yagna (continued): Effects on Plants and Vegetation: The disinfection of air is not only useful to animal life but it also helps plant life. The aromatic substances, which get diffused in the air through Agnihotra offer protection to plant life against harmful organisms. This ensures a healthy plant growth. Agnihotra’s atmosphere and ash can be used as adjuvants in the natural farming methods – also known as the agnihotra farming methods. It is a holistic concept of growing plants in pure and healthy atmosphere and balancing the ecological cycles by performing agnihotra (yagna) in the middle of the farm and using the yagna-ash as a fertilizer. Several experiments have been conducted in the East European countries on the use of yagna ash in soil treatment. These, too, have shown positive effects and potential applications in Agriculture

ॐ भूभभुव् स्व् तत्सववतभवुरेण्यं भर्गो दे वस्य् धीमहि धधयो यो न् प्रचोदयात ्

Purification of Environment by Yagna (continued): Role of CO2 Generated in Yagna: The wood and fossil burning in atmosphere is always controversial because of the generation of carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide and a consequent increase in the ‘green house’ effect. On this basis it can be argued that yagna also produces CO and CO2. It should be noted here that the way in which the samidhás are burnt in yagna is a process of slow combustion. It is not comparable to the burning of coal in the factories or household fire or running of steam engines etc, where oxygen is sucked in large quantities and CO2 is emitted likewise. In the slow combustion process that takes place in yagna, a small quantity of O2 is utilized and CO2 is emitted in a quantity that poses no threat to the environment. In fact whatever CO2 is generated is readily absorbed by the surrounding plant life and vegetation and thus the CO2 cycle is strengthened

ॐ भूभभुव् स्व् तत्सववतभवुरेण्यं भर्गो दे वस्य् धीमहि धधयो यो न् प्रचोदयात ्

Purification of Environment by Yagna (continued): Another important fact to be noted is that CO2 produced in yagna is not free CO2. It is mixed with the vapors of other aromatic oils and antiseptic products. It acts as a vehicle in transporting such products to the surroundings. The use of CO2 as a cerebral stimulant to assist patients suffering from lack of ventilation is a common practice in the medical field. Its use in controlling and curing many mental disorders is also known to medical science. Small amounts of CO2 inhaled by the persons performing yagna act as a stimulant for inhaling more and more aromatic fumes which helps in curing mental disorders.

ॐ भूभभुव् स्व् तत्सववतभवुरेण्यं भर्गो दे वस्य् धीमहि धधयो यो न् प्रचोदयात ्

Purification of Environment by Yagna (continued):

ॐ भूभभुव् स्व् तत्सववतभवुरेण्यं भर्गो दे वस्य् धीमहि धधयो यो न् प्रचोदयात ्

A summary of their results as reported in Akhand Jyoti, Sept. ’97 p.22, (ref no. [1]), showed an average reduction by 75% in the level of Sulphur Dioxide and about 10% in Nitrous Oxide; and Over 70% reduction in bacteria in water samples in the surrounding area. Several medicinal minerals were present in the ash (bhasma) of yagna. The average level of carbon monoxide was found reduced from 117 p.p.m. to 0 in some of the experiments conducted on domestic yagnas at IIT Bombay; There are some more ongoing experiments on recording different gas levels and respirable particles are currently ongoing, being conducted by some visiting scientists at Research Center, Shantikunj, Hardwar.

ॐ भूभभुव् स्व् तत्सववतभवुरेण्यं भर्गो दे वस्य् धीमहि धधयो यो न् प्रचोदयात ्

ॐ भूभभुव् स्व् तत्सववतभवुरेण्यं भर्गो दे वस्य् धीमहि धधयो यो न् प्रचोदयात ्

ॐ भूभभुव् स्व् तत्सववतभवुरेण्यं भर्गो दे वस्य् धीमहि धधयो यो न् प्रचोदयात ्

ॐ भूभभुव् स्व् तत्सववतभवुरेण्यं भर्गो दे वस्य् धीमहि धधयो यो न् प्रचोदयात ्

ॐ भूभभुव् स्व् तत्सववतभवुरेण्यं भर्गो दे वस्य् धीमहि धधयो यो न् प्रचोदयात ्

ॐ भूभभुव् स्व् तत्सववतभवुरेण्यं भर्गो दे वस्य् धीमहि धधयो यो न् प्रचोदयात ्

ॐ भूभभुव् स्व् तत्सववतभवुरेण्यं भर्गो दे वस्य् धीमहि धधयो यो न् प्रचोदयात ्

ॐ भूभभुव् स्व् तत्सववतभवुरेण्यं भर्गो दे वस्य् धीमहि धधयो यो न् प्रचोदयात ्

ॐ भूभभुव् स्व् तत्सववतभवुरेण्यं भर्गो दे वस्य् धीमहि धधयो यो न् प्रचोदयात ्

ॐ भूभभुव् स्व् तत्सववतभवुरेण्यं भर्गो दे वस्य् धीमहि धधयो यो न् प्रचोदयात ्

ॐ भूभभुव् स्व् तत्सववतभवुरेण्यं भर्गो दे वस्य् धीमहि धधयो यो न् प्रचोदयात ्

ॐ भूभभुव् स्व् तत्सववतभवुरेण्यं भर्गो दे वस्य् धीमहि धधयो यो न् प्रचोदयात ्

Are we doing enough research on the following issues:
• Effect of Yajnas on Educational Environment, Plants, animals) institutions (Students, Teachers,

• Can Yajnas be used as an alternative to counseling and medicines for depression? • What is the effect of yajnas on various organ systems of the body? • Which energy is released besides heat and light, when combustion takes place in the havan kunda? • How are yajnas instrumental in decreasing the pollution levels? • Can we increase the productivity of plants through yagnas? • Why can’t yagnas be performed on large scale when the monsoons are delayed?

ॐ भूभभुव् स्व् तत्सववतभवुरेण्यं भर्गो दे वस्य् धीमहि धधयो यो न् प्रचोदयात ्

Bibliography:
• http://www.shuklayajurveda.org/gayatri.html • http://www.akhandjyoti.org/?Akhand-Jyoti/2003/Mar-Apr/GayatriMantraJapa/

• http://literature.awgp.org/magazine/Akhand-Jyoti-english/2003/MarApr/ScientificAspectsofYajna/
• http://www.vedpradip.com/articlecontent.php?aid=151&linkid=1&catid=10&su bcatid=4 • http://www.shriramsharma.com/new_page_2.htm • http://www.selfgrowth.com/articles/Introducing_Gayatri_Yajna_Science.html

• http://www.vedmandir.com/node/94
• http://www.yogamag.net/archives/2007/bfeb07/vedic.shtml • http://www.navhindtimes.in/panorama/medicinal-holy-fire

ॐ भूभभुव् स्व् तत्सववतभवुरेण्यं भर्गो दे वस्य् धीमहि धधयो यो न् प्रचोदयात ्

ॐ भूभभुव् स्व् तत्सववतभवुरेण्यं भर्गो दे वस्य् धीमहि धधयो यो न् प्रचोदयात ्

ॐ भूभभुव् स्व् तत्सववतभवुरेण्यं भर्गो दे वस्य् धीमहि धधयो यो न् प्रचोदयात ्

ॐ भूभभुव् स्व् तत्सववतभवुरेण्यं भर्गो दे वस्य् धीमहि धधयो यो न् प्रचोदयात ्

ॐ भूभभुव् स्व् तत्सववतभवुरेण्यं भर्गो दे वस्य् धीमहि धधयो यो न् प्रचोदयात ्

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