Q1.What is Yagna?
Q2.Do all actions bind me?
Q3.In which Shloka of Geeta is this mentioned?
Q4.Are there any conditions?
Q5.Who is the creator of Yagna?
Q6.What is "Kamadhuk"?
Q7.How to get desired objects?
Q8.When was this created?
Q9.How can we prosper and also attain Highest Good?
Q.What is Yagna?
Ans. Yagna means sacrifice.
In the vedic period the grace of the Deity was invoked, when people
came forward to act in a spirit of cooperation and self-dedication
for the benefit of all.
Q2. Do all actions bind me?
Ans. All actions other than Yagna-activities bring about bondage
upon the doer.
Q. In which shloka of Geeta is this mentioned?
Ans. Chapter 3 Shloka 9. The Karma Yoga
Q. Are there any conditions?
Ans. Yagna activities must be performed without attachment
to make them Divine.
Q. Who is the creater of Yagna?
Ans. In the beginning of creation the creator created mankind
Q. What is "Kamadhuk"?
Ans. It is the mythological cow which yields all desires.
Q. How to get desired objects?
Ans. By acting in the discipline of cooperation, and by putting forth
in the activity the required amount of non attachment and spirit of
Q. When was this created?
Ans. With creation the "spirit-of-sacrifice" and the "capaciy-for-sacrifice"
was created. The Yagna spirit is seen everywhere, never
with even a trace of attachment.
Q. How can we prosper and also attain Highest Good?
Ans. By invoking the Deity in any field of activity, who blesses the
worker, in that field of work.
Example - Principle of Yagna in action :
By ACTION do YAGNA RITUALS to please DEITY i.e. PRODUCTIVE
POTENTIAL for DESIRE FULFILMENT OF ALL
By ACTION SOW SEEDS do YAGNA RITUALS to please RAIN GOD
for FOOD FOR ALL
For any activity:
By ACTION do SELF DEDICATED COOPERATIVE ACTIVITY to create
FAVOURABLE CONDITIONS for CROP OF PROFIT
By ACTION do YAGNA - EACH CONTRIBUTING HIS BEST to bring
FAVOURABLE CONDITIONS i.e. COLLECTIONS for BUILDING
UNIVERSTY - FOR THE NATION - FOR BENEFIT OF ALL
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