During this challenging time, the Nepal Maharishi Foundation for Vedic Culture (NMFVC) has taken the initiative to add additional Vedic programs to its daily Atirudrabhiskek Yagya program which started in July, 2018. With the advice of leading Vedic experts in Nepal and India, a separate Yagya called Sahashra Chandi Path was added at the same time each day as the Atirudrabhishek Yagya. This special Yagya had the Sankalp or purpose to help improve the world situation and will be performed for 2 weeks. Fortunately Nepal Yagyas are held in small groups throughout the country in Nepal’s existing Gurukul program which fulfills the current government requirement for small gatherings.
Pandits performing Yagyas in Nepal Gurukuls