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Dhoop Yagya Havan

"DHOOP, YAGYA, HAVAN"  by  Dr.Rajendra Kumar Dubey

Importance of Yagna

Yagna is an essential part of Vedic religion and culture. Yagna was the primary way of manifestation of religion. In that age there were no idols nor were there temples. Human being used to directly interact with God. To express their gratitude towards God human beings started doing prayer and surrender himself before God. Slokas in Veda are nothing but expression of gratitude and surrender of human being t God. Yagna was performed as a manifestation of the art of gratitude and surrender. One altar was made in which fire is lit. Fire was supposed to be the mouth of all Gods and Goddess and by putting different things (mainly crops) in fire. We are feeding them.

Yajurveda is the main pillar o yagna. It has described all the ways of performing yagna and components needed for yagna and also different types of yagna which should be performed for different purpose. As veda is Apauraseya (not written by one person) eternal and permanent. Yagna is also apauresaya, eternals and permanent.

Yagna is basically performed for the welfare of human being or society. For instance through yagna we pray to Indra and Vayu (air) that it should protect water and air from being polluted otherwise there will be infection, disease and human beings will suffer (Yajurveda).