Kota News: The first four-day 51 Kundiya Mahalakshmi Yagya is being organized at Shiv Jyoti Convent School located at Shreenathpuram-D of Kota. Its organizer Ramesh Chand Gupta told that this entire program will be free of cost, in which everyone’s participation is expected. On June 19, The Kalash Yatra will start from Shiv Jyoti Convent Mahaveer Nagar at 7 am and will reach the Yagya Sthal Shrinathpuram-D.
He told that after the yatra, the women wearing Kalash will be able to take the Kalash coconut and install it in their home for happiness and prosperity. About 2000 registrations have come for the Kalash Yatra. Registration is mandatory to participate in the Yagya. 10,000 women will participate in the Kalash Yatra for this Kalash Yatra that will be held on June 19. About one and a half crore oblations will be offered in 51 Kundiya Yagya.
50 thousand people will be fed every day
Ramesh Chand Gupta told that for the success of Mahalakshmi Yagya and its benefits can also be given to the remote people and the work done smoothly For this, many committees have been formed in the city. There will also be a facility to bring women for Kalash Yatra and take them to their destination. More than 50,000 people will be able to receive Prasad in Bhandara on all four days. It will be mandatory for those who sit in Havan to register on first come and first serve basis.
Yagya gave birth to Lord Rama
He told that Yagya has great importance in Indian culture. Vedas, Puranas and Gita are full of the glory of Yagya. Lord Rama was originated from Yagya only. The complete development of man takes place only through Yagya. At present, after Corona, there was hue and cry in the whole world. Yagyas were also performed for his relief. Therefore, 51 Kundi Mahalakshmi Yagya is being organized only to give relief to the seekers of the whole world.
He requested the public to take part in this Yajna and do self-welfare and educate the coming generation. Let us tell you that many organizations of the city are also getting support for Mahalakshmi Yagya.
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