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Yagya therapy


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Yagya therapy

  1. 1. All World Gayatri Pariwar (
  2. 2.  Respiratory disease cause by H1N1 influenza virus Started from pigs but has adapted now to affect and spread amongst humans Very new to human world, no vaccines and immune response still building to it Symptoms of regular human flu: fever, cough, sore throat, body aches, headache, chills and fatigue. * India has threatened to get 33% of its population to be infected with flu according to a report of WHO. What is Swine Flu?What is Swine Flu?
  3. 3. What are the risks  H1N1 is a relatively weak virus, you are protected if you don’t inhale droplets from sneeze of an infected person  If infected, human immune response is usually sufficient to shed off the flu. Tamiflu tablets can assist in quicker recovery  Swine flu becomes fatal only when the virus manages to reach deep inside the lungs (this is rare)  Spreads faster than common influenza, even though less potent
  4. 4. Preventing Swine Flu Watch your lifestyle Reduce Exposure to Pathogens Take Preventive measures Boost your immune system!! YagyaHelpswithBoth
  5. 5. Watch Lifestyle Drink plenty of water Get enough sleep Get adequate dose of vitamins/minerals – eat plenty of fruits/fresh vegetables Avoid eating outside food
  6. 6. Reduce Exposure  Wash hands thoroughly (preferably an antibacterial soap like dettol) many times a day, especially ◦ After coming back home from outside ◦ Coming back to your cube/cabin after a meeting ◦ Before having food  Wear a N95 mask in public places – markets, bus, train, gatherings.  Do not go near someone who looks sick or is coughing, if you have to be near a sick friend/relative, use adequate precaution not to inhale the germs from breath/cough  Clean your home and workplace daily with Phenyl and other disinfectants
  7. 7. Take Preventive Measures and Enhance Immunity As supported by experience1 and research2 , Yagya is an excellent tool to Help air purification Preventive health care Naturally boost the immune system Provide inhalation therapeutic application 1 see slides 14-16 2 see slides 17-20
  8. 8. What does Yagya Do  Yagya sublimates, vaporizes and slowly fumigates selected herbal offerings and nourishing elements  Can Release manifold amounts of anti-bacterial and anti- viral phytochemicals in the surroundings – through use of herbal medicines in fire of medicinal woods.  Removes Pollutants, Bacterias, Viruses etc  Increases Immunity and vigor  Can be used as inhalation therapy when combined with Pranayama
  9. 9. Yagya as disinfectant “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 – “If cow’s ghee is put into the fire, its smoke will lessen the effect of atomic radiation to a great extent”.
  10. 10. Yagya as disinfectant The medicinal firewood (samidha) used in yagya are cellulose-rich and have less calorific value Sublimation/Vaporization of sacrificed substances through arrangement of firewood to control the air-supply and temperature variation Yagya fire breaks up molecule-to-molecule bonds of the sacrificed substances rather than triggering their independent combustion process
  11. 11. Yagya as disinfectant  Experimental studies have shown that Yagna or agnihotra creates a pure, hygienic, nutritional and healing atmosphere.  Researchers from the field of microbiology have observed that the medicinal fumes emanating from the process of agnihotra are bacteriostatic in nature  They eradicate bacteria and micro-organisms, which are the root causes of illness and diseases.
  12. 12. Yagya as Immunity Boost  A person with low immunity power is more susceptible to flu viruses Regular yagya helps in increasing of one’s immunity. Ayurvedic Medicines inhaled as vapors (much better than oral/intravenous delivery) Positive soothing vedic mantras
  13. 13. Examples: Bhopal Gas Tragedy The tragic incident occurred on the night of December 3, 1984 when the poisonous MIC gas leaked from Union Carbide factory at Bhopal. Hundreds of people died and thousands were hospitalized, but there were two families – those of Shri Sohan Lal S. Khushwaha and Shri M. L. Rathore, living about one mile away from the plant, who came out unscathed. These families were regularly performing agnihotra (havan). In these families nobody died, nobody was even hospitalized despite being present in the area worst affected by the leakage of the toxic gas. (English Daily – “The Hindu” of 4th May 1985; news item under the heading ‘Vedic Way to Beat Pollution’.)
  14. 14. Uttar Pradesh pollution control board conducted experiments during the Ashwamedha Yagna at Gorakhpur, U.P. Set up at about 20 meters east from the Yagnashala. The samples of 100 ml each of water and air collected from the surroundings were analyzed using high volume envirotech APM-45 and other sensitive instruments. A summary of their results is presented below: Examples : Ashwamedha Yagna, Gorakhpur Source: Reports on Experiments of U.P. Pollution Control Board -- Environmental Tech. Consultant. (Akhand Jyoti Sept. 1997), p.22
  15. 15. “I have been able to bring down the rate of infection at my Hospital to zero in last 15 years by regularly conducting Gayatri Yagya, I am quite sure that Yagya can be a good preventive measure to prevent spread of Swine Flu.” – Dr. Anil Jha, Chief Cardiac Surgeon, Maha Gujarat Hospital, Nadiad
  16. 16. Joint Research work of DS University, Haridward and Central Pollution Control Board, Delhi day3 day2 day1 During BackG Aggregate Bacterial Counts Aggregate Pathogen Counts Before yagya (Background), During yagya, and 1, 2, 3 Days after yagya Pathogen Counts
  17. 17. Reference Journal Papers Recent Research Published in Scientific Journals: On Herbal Purification of Air through Yagya: (Part of a Research Study conducted in joint collaboration of DS Univ. Hardwar and Central Pollution Control Board, Delhi) 1.Saxena M., Sengupta B., Pandya (2007): The Air-Pollution Index. Ind. J. Air Pollut. Control., VI (2), pp. 29-42 2.Saxena M., Sengupta B., Pandya P.(2007): A Study of the Impact of Yagya on Indoor Microbial Environments. Ind. J. Air Pollut. Control., VII (1), pp. 6-15 3.Saxena M., Sengupta B., Pandya (2007): Comparative Studies of Yagya vs Non-Yagya in Microbial Environments. Ind. J. Air Pollut. Control., VII (1), pp. 16-24 4.Saxena M., Sengupta B., Pandya (2007): Forecastign of NO2 Concentration Based on Time Series Models. Ind. J. Air Pollut. Control., VII (1), pp. 57-66 (The following was reported by some Scientists at National Botanical Research Institute, Lucknow) 5. Nautiyal CS, Chauhan PS, Nene YL (2007) Medicinal Smoke Reduces Airborne Bacteria. J. Ethnopharmacology. 114 (3) pp. 446-451 On Herbal Therapy through Yagya: (Part of a Scientific Research conducted in joint collaboration of DS Univ. Hardwar and a Professor at IIT Bombay) 1. Raghuvanshi M., Pandya P. and Joshi R. R. (2004) Yagyopathic Herbal Treatment of Pulmonary Tuberculosis Symptoms – A Clinical Trial. Alt. Compl. Therap. Vol. 10(2), pp. 101-105. 2. Joshi R. R., Raghuvanshi M. and Pandya P. (2006): Yagyopathy Vs Oral and I.V. Drug Administration: Evaluation for Pulmonary Tuberculosis using Compartment Modeling. J. Biological Systems Vol. 14(3), pp.463-489. 3. Raghuvanshi M., Pandya P. and Joshi R. R. (2009): In-vitro Testing Of An Ethnobotanical Inhalation Therapy Against Pulmonary Tuberculosis. Phytothérapie (In Press).
  18. 18. Foundational Refernces [1] Pt. Shriram Sharma Acharya: “Yagya; Ek Smagra upchar Prakriya”. Samagra Vangmaya Vol. 26 Akhand Jyoti Sansthan Mathura (1998). [2] Dr. Satya Prakash, “Agnihotra” The Sarva Deshik Arya Pratinidhi Sabha, Delhi (1937). [3] Dr. Fundanlal Agnihotri “Yagya Chikitsa – Kshaya Roga Ki Prakratic Achook Chikitsa” (1949). [4] Pt. Shriram Sharma Acharya “In Yagya Ka Gyan Vigyan” Samagra Vangmaya, Vol 25. Akhand Jyoti Santhan Mathura (1998). [5] Swami Brahm Muni Parivrajak: “Atharv Vediya Chikitsa Shastra Ek Anupam Shodh Grandh” Jan Ghyana Prakashan New Delhi (1974). [6] Atharvaveda, Translated & compiled by Pt. Shriram Sharma Acharya
  19. 19. Online References 1. Mamta-Saxena 2. key-to-total-health.html 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.
  20. 20. Plan – Please Support Conduct as many Yagyas as possible in your locality Residential Society Nearby Temples Office Buildings We’ll help gather resource and material needed for Yagya Let us together fight with Swine Flu!