Shatachandi Yaga performed at Ramnathi (Goa) in a bhav-enriched and pious environment as per instructions of Shri Vidyachaudeshwaridevi

H.H. Shri Shri Shri Balmanjunath Mahaswamiji
H.H. Jagadguru Shri Shri Shri Nanjavadhut Mahaswamiji

Yaga concluded with a resolve to remove obstacles in the welfare of the people and establish the ‘Hindu Rashtra’

Ramnathi (Goa) – During the ancient times when demons used to trouble Sages, Ascetics and devotees, Deities Brahma, Vishnu and Mahesh worshipped Shri Durgadevi and invoked Her. At that time, these three Deities would seek the blessings of Shri Durgadevi to liberate the earth from fear caused by demons. Shri Durgadevi incarnated in the form of Shri Kalidevi and freed the earth from the fear caused by demons.

Even today, when there is uproar on earth, Sanatan Sanstha is spiritually active through mediums such as Yajna, Yaga, etc. to establish the ‘Hindu Rashtra (Nation)’ as early as possible. As the Vedas have no beginning, Saptashati also has no beginning.

Therefore, through the Paath (Recital of verses) of Saptashati, Shatachandi Yaga was performed at Sanatan Ashram from 24th to 28th February 2020. The objective of this was to invoke Shri Chandidevi and Shri Triprurasundaridevi to remove spiritual obstacles in the welfare of the people and to establish the ‘Hindu Rashtra (Nation)’.

The Mahapurnahuti of Shatachandi Yaga was performed on 28th February in the auspicious presence of Shri Vidyachoudeshwaridevi Herself, and as per Her instructions, through H.H. Shri Shri Shri Balmanjunath Mahaswamiji (2nd photo).

At the time of Purnahuti, H.H. Shri Shri Shri Balmanjunath Mahaswamiji of Shri Mutt and H.H. Jagadguru Shri Shri Shri Nanjavadhut Mahaswamiji (3rd photo), Peethadhishwar of Shri Sphatikpuri Mahasansthan (District Tumkur, Karnataka), Sadguru (Mrs.) Binda Singbal of Sanatan graced the occasion. Paratpar Guru (Dr.) Athavale was present at the time of Purnahuti despite severe physical distress. At the beginning of Yaga, ritualistic worship of Shri Devi and Ganahoma were performed as was done every day during the Yaga.

Later, 11 priests performed Pradhan Havan (Ritual of sacrificial fires) by reciting one Saptashati Paath. The Yaga was concluded with Mahapurnahuti.