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Nepal: A fountainhead of the resurgence of Vedic civilization
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31 May 2010
Maharishi Mahesh Yogi is known throughout the world as the Founder of the Transcendental Meditation Programme, the most thoroughly researched and effective technique for self-development. Maharishi also restored the complete knowledge offered by the Vedic tradition of India, bringing out his Vedic Science so that everyone everywhere could live the full promise of life in good health, affluence, and peace.
In establishing the Global Country of World Peace, Maharishi outlined his vision to create groups of Maharishi Vedic Pandits (peace-creating experts) in every nation. Through traditional Vedic performances called Yagyas, which produce life-supporting effects, as well as group practice of the Transcendental Meditation and Transcendental Meditation Sidhi Programme, including Yogic Flying, groups of Maharishi Vedic Pandits are the foundation for creating invincibility for each nation and peace for the world.
As early as 1974, Maharishi announced the need to establish 121 Vedic Pandits performing daily Yagyas at Pashupatinath, a special historic site in Nepal. In 2009, a group of 11 Maharishi Vedic Pandit was established, which has now expanded to 22 Pandits; the goal is to have 121 by 25 July 2010, Guru Purnima* day.
Land adjacent to Pashupatinath will now be made available to the Nepal Maharishi Vedic Foundation. To accommodate the Pandits' daily Yagya programme, a beautiful facility is being designed according to principles of Vedic Architecture.
There is also a Vedic Pandit school at the Pashupatinath site where the top Brahmin boys come from each of Nepal's 75 states. Mr Deepak Baskota, director of the Nepal Maharishi Vedic Foundation, is working with the leaders of this school to have Maharishi's Pandit programme as part of their school's training.
The Narayani river, which flows into the Ganges, is formed at the meeting point of the Trisuli and Kali Gandaki rivers—the junction point is called Devghat. The beautiful land at this location, where wooded hills meet open plains, is a popular pilgrimage destination. Five leading Pandit training schools are also located there, and are a continuing source of new Maharishi Vedic Pandits for the programmes of the Global Country of World Peace in many nations.
This report about Nepal by Raja Kingsley Brooks, Raja (Administrator) of Nepal for the Global Country of World Peace, was featured on the 24 May 2010 Maharishi Global Family Chat, which is broadcast daily via Internet webcast on the Maharishi Channel, Channel 3. Podcasts of the daily Global Family Chat (audio track) are also now available for automatic download, via an RSS feed.
* Guru Purnima is the celebration on the full moon day in July dedicated to honouring the Masters of the eternal Vedic Tradition of knowledge, who throughout time have upheld the supreme wisdom of life.
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