Yagya as a Medium of Communication: A Short Perspective


Spiritual Communication
Indian Approach

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Pandey, V. (2023). Yagya as a Medium of Communication: A Short Perspective. Interdisciplinary Journal of Yagya Research, 6(2), 24-27. https://doi.org/10.36018/ijyr.v6i2.117


Yagya holds great significance in Indian culture as a powerful form of communication deeply rooted in Vedic philosophy. Unlike Western views on communication, the Indian perspective emphasizes introspection, leading to self-awareness, freedom, and truth. Yagya is not just a ritualistic practice but symbolizes the pursuit of inner clarity and comprehension, aiming to connect with one’s inner self and ultimate truth. Both Yagya and communication share the core essence of building connections and fostering understanding. Throughout history, Yagya has been a profound means of communication in India, imparting knowledge, promoting unity, and conveying timeless life lessons for positive transformation. It serves as a conduit to transmit wisdom and guidance to rulers and the public, fostering open dialogue and mutual understanding, even in contemporary times with Yagya-based movements continuing to spread positive values and promote personal and societal growth.



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