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South Africa - Ati Rudra Maha Yajna: April 2024 | North Coast Region

From the 12th to the 23rd of April 2024, the North Coast Region was deeply involved in the Ati Rudra Maha Yajna, a sacred event held at the River Range Ranch in Verulam. This spiritual gathering brought together devotees in a collective effort to honor and serve, reflecting our devotion to Swami and commitment to the community.


Dedicated Service and Duties

The event saw a wide range of activities and responsibilities, with everyone coming together to ensure its success. Here are some of the key duties performed:


Cleaning Up and Setting Up:

Devotees worked diligently to clean and prepare the venue, ensuring a pristine and welcoming environment for all attendees. The setup of banners added a touch of festivity and reverence to the event.


Building and Painting the Homa Kundas:

A significant task was the construction and painting of the Homa Kundas, the sacred fire pits used for the yajna. This required meticulous effort and devotion, symbolizing our dedication to the rituals and their spiritual significance.


108 Trees Planting:

In a beautiful gesture towards sustainability and environmental care, 108 trees were planted. This act not only contributed to the environment but also symbolized growth, renewal, and our deep respect for Mother Nature.


Kitchen Duties:

The kitchen team worked tirelessly to prepare and serve meals, ensuring that all participants were nourished and cared for. Their service was an embodiment of love and selflessness.


Mango Sticks/Dharba & Koos Grass Preparation:

Preparation of mango sticks, Dharba grass, and Koos grass was another crucial duty, integral to the rituals performed during the yajna. This task required careful handling and dedication.


Parking Duties:

To ensure smooth operations, volunteers managed parking duties, facilitating a seamless experience for all attendees.


A Collective Effort of Devotion

The Ati Rudra Maha Yajna was not just an event but a profound expression of collective devotion and service. The North Coast Region’s involvement from the inception to the execution of the event highlighted unity and commitment to serving with love and dedication.


We offer our sincere gratitude to Swami for blessing us with the opportunity to be part of this sacred event. The warmth and joy we experienced will be carried forward, inspiring us to continue serving with the same spirit of devotion and love.




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