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Wednesday, August 10, 2016

The Annual General Meeting of Arya Samaj London was held on 24th April 2016 and the following office bearers were elected to serve on the Executive Council for the year 2016/2017.

President:                 Dr Madan R Bahl

Vice Presidents:       1.  Mr Jagdish R Sharma

                                    2.  Mrs Urmila Chopra...

Tuesday, August 9, 2016

Arya Samajist Youths

Youths and young persons have played an important role in the Arya Samaj Movement. This is a wake-up call for the youth members of Arya Samaj London to come forward and whole heartedly participate in the activities and reap the benefits. Participate in the bimonthly programme organised by the youths.

Programme by the Youth Members on 3rd July 2016

The programme started with Havan Yajna. The purohit was Mrs Sangeeta Seedhar and Arya Pariwar were the Yajmans. Mrs Na...

Sunday, August 7, 2016

Sunday Satsangs were held regularly during the month. Acharya Sone Rao and Mrs Kailash Bhasin performed the Havan Yajna and blessed the congregation.   

The Yajmas during the month were:

  • Arya Pariwar. Prasad donated by Mrs Saroj Kapoor on 10th July 2016

  • Arya Pariwar

If you wish to become a Yajman at our Sunday Satsangs or wish to contribute towards the Yajna Prasad please contact Arya Samaj London on Tel. No. 020 8991 1732.

During the month the congregation was enterta...

Saturday, August 6, 2016

 [1] Acharyaji recited a mantra from Atharva Veda (10.8.44) and explained that atma (Soul) resides in a body and is immortal. It leaves the body on death to a new abode. Atma is without any desire of worldly attainments and is prefect and contented. Atma is happy when an individual does good deeds.

A person who understands that atma is immortal, firm, mature and undecaying does not fear death.

[2] The mind is the cause of bondage and salvation. Here bondage means the cycle of birth a...

Friday, August 5, 2016

[1] Stroke: This results due to bleeding in the brain or by an intravascular clot in the brain. It is the third biggest cause of death and disability in the U K. The first and second are: heart disease and cancers respectively. It is important to remember that stroke occurs in the elderly and those aged over 50 years. Stroke is recognised by:

F Face becomes assymetrical

A Weakness or paralysis of arms

S Slurred or loss of speech

T Time to dial 999 immediately. Time should not be wasted...

Friday, August 5, 2016

Prani Daya or compassion for all living beings is the 5th fundamental principle of Hinduism. It is sin to kill or maim any living being. Man must show mercy and love to all. “Mitraysa chashusha samikshamahe” (Yajur Veda 36.18) means: May we look at all with a friendly eye.

“Ahimsa Paramo Dharma” The meaning is that non-violence is the foremost virtue. The feelings of love should be extended to all irrespective of their religion, caste, creed, colour of skin and gender. Hatred and je...

Thursday, August 4, 2016

Prescribed duties should never be renounced. If one gives up his prescribed duties because of illusion, such renunciation is said to be in the mode of ignorance.

Bhagavad Gita (Chapter 18 Text 7)

Monday, August 1, 2016

Vratena Diksamapnoti Diksayapnoti Daksinam. Daksina Sraddhamapnoti. Sraddhaya Satyamapyate.

                                                            Yajur Veda 19.30


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