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Maharishi Smarak inaugurated during Kumbh Mela

April 10
22:43 2013
The Atirudrabhishek with 1,331 Maharishi Vedic Pandits is performed daily at the campus  in the Brahmasthan of India

The Atirudrabhishek with 1,331 Maharishi Vedic Pandits is performed daily at the campus
in the Brahmasthan of India

ALLAHABAD: Maharishi Smarak set up to immortalize the teachings of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi was inaugurated here during the Kumbha Mela.
The Smarak is a memorial to the teachings that Maharishi had brought out in his more than 50 years of travel around the world. While not actually fully complete in time for the Kumbha Mela, most of the building is up, and it is a beautiful tribute to this great knowledge that no man need suffer when the ocean of happiness, creativity and intelligence lies within his own Self
Maharishi laid great emphasis on the scientific validation of this teaching, and to date over 300 published studies document the beneficial effects of this simple system of Transcendental Meditation.
Being at the Mela was quite exciting for us and we got to visit with some members of the TM family including many of the over 50,000 Pandits that Maharishi had trained in both Yoga and Yagya. A large group of over 1000 Pandits is stationed permanently in Allahabad close to the Sangam of the three great rivers and another 2400 are at the geographical center (Brahmasthan) of India near Jabalpur in Madhya Pradesh.
Every day in the Brahamsthan, the Atirudrabhishek Yagya is performed with 1331 Pandits all reciting together in unison – a most powerful performance to experience.
Not since ancient times has such a Vedic performance been done on a regular basis. These regular performances plus the group practice of the Transcendental Meditation program and its advanced techniques form the basis of Maharishi’s legacy to create world peace. The goal now is to raise the number of Pandits at the Brahmasthan campus from 2,400 to 9,000 for the peaceful effect to reach the whole world.
For America, some very, very large yagyas are being performed by the Maharishi Vedic Pandits in India for the benefit of our country to help create happiness, prosperity, good fortune and harmony for all of us who live here (nationalyagya.org).
We encourage you to come visit us here in Maharishi Vedic City, (Iowa) home to over 700 Maharishi Vedic Pandits where we often have public performances of 121 Pandits reciting the Maharudrabhishek, where all the homes are built according to Vastu Shastra, where there is a functioning Jantar Mantar or Vedic observatory similar to ones in India, and also home to a world-class Ayurvedic spa, The Raj. You may visit Maharishi University of Management a fully accredited university to the PhD level, and the Maharishi School where all the children practice meditation and yoga (mum.edu).
James Greg is Director of Expansion Brahmananda Saraswati Foundation. IOWA- USA

James Greg

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