Mr. Rohan Bhosale from Nashik wrote of his recent trip to a tribal village:
"Agnihotra Prachar (Dissemination)"
On the occasion of the Tripurari Pournima holiday (a special full moon day, known as Dipawali, whose spiritual meaning is: victory of light over darkness, of wisdom over ignorance), we visited a village of tribal people, called Bhintghar in Surgana Tahashil, Maharashtra state. It is a town consisting of only 70 to 80 families.
We performed Agnihotra in the company of the families in the Goshala (cattle stable) and in the town square. We did also Tryambakam Homa with them and were also able to share the teachings of Parama Sadguru Shree Gajanan Maharaj. Continue reading “Agnihotra Spreads in Bhintghar, Surgana, Nashik, Maharashtra”