“Knowledge shines forth only when recognized as Ishwara Prasadam.”

- Pujya Acharya Sri Prem Siddharth ji
Mahabharata Jnana Yagnam 2019)

Mahabharata Jnana Yagnam 2019 Commences!!

This holy Uttarayana ushered in the highly cherished 4thAnnual 58 day Sri Mahabharata Jnana Yagnam from the 19th of January at Sujatha High School, Hyderabad. The presence of His Holiness Sri Ramaswarupananda ji Maharaj, the Pujya Gurudeva of our beloved Acharya Sri Prem Siddharth ji is indeed an indicator of Ishwara Kripa in our lives.
This fortuitous occasion began by offering the traditional Purna Kumbha and Chatra Seva Swagatam by the disciples accompanied by Vedic chants. Smt. & Sri Bhupal Reddy carried the Mahabharata Grantha and placed it at the altar. The Jyoti Prajwalanam by H.H. Sri Guru Maharaj ji marked the beginning of the Jnana Yagnam. This was followed by the chanting of Medha Suktam by sisters - Sreenitya and Anuja to invoke the blessings of Bhagawan as Medha Shakti which is indispensable in this study.
H.H Sri Guru Maharaj ji graced the sadhakas with His Anugraha Bhashanam. He said that such incredible discourses on Mahabharata will soon dispel the confusions about this great epic that is to be revered as the ‘Panchama Veda’.
Vyasa Stuti was chanted as an expression of our gratitude to Bhagawan Sri Vyasa Maharshi as our Pujya Acharya adorned the Vyasa Peetham.
Pujya Acharya Swamiji commenced this year’s teaching with the episode of Dhundhumara from Vana Parvam. He explained the necessity of Ishwara krupa in establishing our mind in Dharma, Satyam and Tapas. He revealed that if we do not acknowledge all Knowledge to be Ishwara Prasadam, it will remain as burdensome information.
The 1st day of this 58-day Jnana Yagnam conducted by Arsha Vidya Vahini ended with the most soulful rendition of Sri Mahabharata Aarati.
Gift yourself the blessed opportunity & take a dip in this liberating Jnana Ganga of Sri Mahabharata Jnana Yagnam!!!


Date: 19th January to 17th March
Time: 6.30 to 8.30 pm
Venue: Sujatha High School, Chapel Road, Nampally, Hyderabad.
Website: www.arshavidyavahini.org