17-19 August 2018

The Art Of Living International Center, Bangalore

In Divine Presence Of Gurudev Sri Sri Ravi Shankar ji

In Veda Vidwat Sammelan, 100 Vaidic Vidvans from all over Karnataka are gathering to discuss deeper subjects of Vedas, Vedangas and Shastras for 3 days. During this Sammelan, scientific and modern aspects of Vaidic mantras and related research will be deliberated upon in Sanskrit language.

As a part of conference, special Vaidic Homas will be performed at Sri Sri Gurukul premises and discussions on scientific research will be undertaken during the conference regarding need of scientific research  by collaborations of eminent scientists and Vaidic Scholars in future.

Maha Yagnas on 17th August 2018


It is performed to get rid of impurities caused by our actions/inactions or thoughts. It is performed by chanting powerful mantras like Pavamana Suktam from Rig Veda, which not only removes the negative effects but also brings sanctity in our lives.

Date: 17 August 2018  Time: 7:00 am IST


The Sanskrit word Aikyam means union. To lead a successful life, it is important for everyone to be in harmony with people and situations. Aikyamatya Homa brings everyone together irrespective of their differences in any fields (business, job, etc).

Date: 17 August 2018  Time: 7:00 am IST


Sudarshana signifies the discus, the infallible weapon of Lord Narayana. It signifies the removal of ignorance and illumination of a new life enriched with knowledge. Sudarshana Homa bestows more clarity in our life and helps to remove blocks in the mind.

Date: 17 August 2018  Time: 4:30 pm IST

Maha Yagnas on 18th August 2018


Ganapati Homa is performed to seek the blessings of Lord Ganesha to achieve success before starting any venture. It is believed that by performing Ganapati Homa, all obstacles are removed and we will be able to achieve success in life.

Date: 18 August 2018   Time: 7:00 am IST


The Sanskrit word Nava means nine and Graha means planet. As per Vedic astrology, there are nine planets which influence various spheres of life. Navagraha Homa nullifies the negative astrological impact created by Nava Grahas (Nine Planets).

Date: 18 August 2018  Time: 7:00 am IST


Kushmanda homa is considered as the Prayaschitta homa. It is believed that, by performing Kushmanda Homa, all the impurities or negative effects not only from this birth but also from previous births, will be eradicated.

Date: 18 August 2018  Time: 7:00 am IST


Dakshinamurthy represents the Guru principle which is beyond time and space. During Sri Medha Dakshinamurthy Homa, we seek blessings from that divine principle - the Guru Tattva that is present in us and all around us, which brings peace and prosperity in our lives.

Date: 18 August 2018  Time: 4:30 pm IST


Dhanvantari Homa is dedicated to Lord Dhanvantari who is considered as the incarnation of Lord Maha Vishnu. Dhanvantari Homa helps you to lead a healthy and disease free life. It is very beneficial for improving well-being of a person - physically as well as mentally and have more peace in life.

Date: 18 August 2018  Time: 4:30 pm IST

Maha Yagnas on 19th August 2018


The Sanskrit word Aruna refers to Sun. Aruna Prashna Homa helps us to strengthen body & mind; it brings prosperity in our lives. It is also considered as the homa which bestows higher intelligence.

Date: 19 August 2018  Time: 7:00 am IST


Rudra is the manifestation of Lord Shiva. It is one of the most ancient homas from the text of Vedas. It is done for overall prosperity, health, happiness and removal of obstructions.

Date: 19 August 2018  Time: 7:00 am IST

*All sankalpas for morning homas starts at 6.45am IST
**All sankalpas for Evening homas starts at 4.00pm IST

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