Ved Sudha and Pravachans

August 5, 2017

Acharya Sone Rao

[1]       Grihastha Ashram is a married life of a householder. According to Lord Manu happiness, wealth and respect prevail in that family where husband and wife respect each other. Where there is no respect the family suffers and no progress is made.

Householder has to work hard and earn money for the welfare of his family. He enjoys his life. If possible he should help the needy and do charitable work.

[2]       Acharyaji recited a part of Mantra from Atharva Veda (13.1.38) and explained that God has created the universe and all the stars.His magnificence pervades all corners of the universe. The sun provides heat and energy to humans and animals. It also promotes the growth of plants. Man should rise and shine like sun. He should indulge in virtuous activities and avoid evil deeds. God rewards good deeds and punishes those doing evil deeds.

[3]       Acharyaji recited a part of mantra from Atharva Veda (10.6.4) and explained that visitors and guest should be welcomed and entertained by all house holders. This is also stated a one of the Five daily Yajnas: Atithi Yajna . Any guest who arrives without an invitation should be served food and given due respect. Such an act is beneficial to the householder.



Dr Madan R Bahl

[1]       Swami Dayanand Sarswati established Arya Samaj in Mumbai in 1875. He did not want to start a new religion or a new sect. The main purpose was to reveal the contents of the Vedas to the people of the world. After centuries of slavery the Indians had lost their identity and their culture. They wre oblivious of the Vedas. Swami Dayanand undertook the task of preaching the true knowledge of the Vedas to the masses.

The Ten Principles of Arya Samaj are for the welfare of humanity and for international brotherhood. Their application can bring about peace and prosperity in the world.

The 6th Principle of Arya Samaj states: “The prime object of Arya Samaj is to do good to the world: to ameliorate physical, spiritual and social conditions of all men” The people have to be physically fit to undertake various tasks.

All should worship  one God. God has many names describing His attributes. God is Formless and therefore cannot be represented by idols. People should not accept blind faith or witchcraft. They should follow the dictates of the Vedas.

For social welfare it is important that both boys and girls receive education. There should not be any discrimination. It is evil to practise and believe in caste system. All human beings are equal and should not be discriminated against on the basis of their caste or colour of their skin. Child marriages should be avoided and remarriage of young widows should be encouraged.

Hindus all over the world should give up their petty differences and work as a united force for their communities and societies. This will bring about peace and happiness for all.


[2]       World Hepatitis Day is celebrated on 28th July. It is organised by World Hepatitis Alliance to raise awareness about the disease caused by viruses: A,B,C,D and E. Hepatitis A and B can be prevented by vaccination.

All countries have to work together to eliminate hepatitis by 2030.



Pandit Yajna Mitra

Panditji recited the 10th Principle of Arya Samaj and explained that “All men should subordinate their  personal likings for the well being of the society. In matters affecting an individual he should enjoy the freedom of action,” If this Principle is observed by all there would be lasting peace in the world.

Hindus consider Poornima and Amavasaya as auspicious. Those with puranic views fast on these days. On Poornima people do havan and assume all their problems will be solved and there will be improvement in their lives. Plants bloom on poornima day and wilt on Amavasaya. Some people behave erratically on Poornima.


Mr Rattan Pal

[1]       Mr Rattan Pal recited a mantra from Sam Ved (Mantra 122) and explained that the devotee is praying to God that even if he becomes very wealthy he would continue to worship Him.

God protects the masses from evil minded people. They have to remain vigilant and should not fall to their temptations to join them.The country should protect its law abiding citizens and deal with those with devilish tendencies. People should work hard and make money by honest means.

[2]       Mr Rattan Pal recited a mantra from Atharva Veda (2.11.3-4) and explained that man should always think and plan his task. This will ensure success. He should be active and avoid laziness.

People should acquire true knowledge and become wise and in this way can shine in the society. Regular exercise and nutritious diet will ensure good health. This is needed to fight off evil forces and those who hate humanity.



Mr Dharam Pal Shastri (from India)

Vedas are not against making money. Money is needed for personal enjoyment and for the welfare of the family. The money should be made by hard work and by honest means. Some of it should always be used to help the needy and for charitable purposes.

Money should never be made by dishonest or illegal means.Workers should never use corrupt practices to collect money and they should not accept bribery. The money which is collected by dishonest means is lost easily. It is true “easy come easy go”. Always avoid the temptation of making money by fraud or illegal means.



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