दरकते रिश्ते मनुष्य एक सामाजिक प्राणी है। वह समाज में ही रहता है। समाज के अन्य सदस्यों के साथ वह भिन्न-भिन्न प्रकार से व्यवहार कर सकता है सर्वप्रयम वह विभिन्न प्रकार की क्षमता का अर्जन करता है। फिर स्व बुद्धि तथा मन:स्थिति के अनुसार वह क्षमताओं का प्रयोग करता
वासन्ती नवसस्येष्टि यज्ञ होली का पर्व आज जिस रूप में मनाया जाता है,यह कहना कठिन है कि इसका प्रारम्भ किस प्रकार हुआ परन्तु वासन्ती नवसस्येष्टि के रूप में अत्यन्त प्रचीन काल से यह मनाया जाता रहा है। हमारी परम्परा में ‘समरष्टि-कल्याण प्रमुख है। हमे प्रत्येक कार्य के
ये कहाँ आ गए हम अभी हमने अपने गणतंत्र का 63 वाँ जन्मदिन मनाया है। यह अत्यन्त हर्ष का विषय है पर साथ ही आत्मावलोकन का भी। 1857 में हमारा प्रयम स्वातंर्ि समर प्रारम्भ हुआ। मातृभूमि की बलिवेटी पर अपने शीश काटकर अर्पित कर देने वाले वीरों की एकण्य
Udaipur city is famous world wide for its beauty and attract lakh of Indian and foreign tourists every year. Luckily Navlakha Mahal, where the Satyarath Prakash was written, is situated in Gulab bagh which itself is a famous tourist place. Naturally, hundreds of tourist also visit Navlakha Mahal every month. They found this place attractive and inspiring due to facets described in previous pages.
After visiting this monument, tourists definitely have some idea of the great work done by Great Dayanand Saraswati. This is evident by that fact that Vedic literature worth over 30 lakh has been sold to these tourists (Not necessary Arya Samajis) including thousands of Satyarth Prakash, over past few years. This opportunity is not available at other places.
If we could built SATYARTH PRAKASH STAMBH (Tower) as we planned, number of visitors will be increased by at least l0 times. Hence kindly help in the project. Join hands with us and donate generously.
We are trying our best to spread the message of Satyarth Prakash among students. This is the need of hour. Every year we touches more than 100 middle and secondary schools and same number of villages. It takes at least 6Â¬- months. Preachers of Vedic Sanskriti, through our Ved Prachar unit, teaches story of Vedic Culture to students and natives of rural areas. We also enroll them as member of Ved prachar mandal and send them Vedic literature. We also conducting very successfully examination on Satyarth Prakash from past 2 years. Every Near we are able to attract about 5000 students.
This year is the 125th anniversary of writing of Satyarth Prakash. Hence 2007, is very special. ‘We enhance our target and total reward money was raised to Ten lacs. Over 20,000 students have joined this examination scheme this year.
I am convinced that this is the only way to attract youngsters towards Vedic culture. I don’t say that this is enough but definitely this is something in the atmosphere of nothing. Kindly help the project as Dr. S.C. Soni ( Chicagoland) and Mr. Prabhat Sharma (Harmiston) is doing.
My friends, you will definitely be glad to knowing that a leading Newspaper of Udaipur (Dainik Bhaskar) ranked Navlakha Mahal 5th among the palaces, ”Monuments, lakes etc. who made Udaipur world famous. It is a great evaluation. Is it not?
Thousands of devotees of vedic culture has contributed to bring up this monument upto this stage, but some of them have contributed generously as, listed below:-
Sh. Vikram Jeet Kapoor, Delhi, USA
Sh. Shyam Sundar Arya, Delhi
Sh. Chandu Lal Agrawal, Ahemadabad
Sh. Ragunath Dhar, USA
(Late) Sh. Mohan Lal Mohit, Mauritius
Sh. Rambhaj Madan, Delhi
Sh. Deen Dayal Gupta, Kolkata
Sh. Vikram Jeet Kapoor, Delhi, USASh. Shyam Sundar Arya, DelhiSh. Chandu Lal Agrawal, AhemadabadSh. Ragunath Dhar, USA(Late) Sh. Mohan Lal Mohit, MauritiusSh. Rambhaj Madan, DelhiSh. Deen Dayal Gupta, Kolkata
Sh. Gopal Chandra (Member of British empire)Sh. Mitrasen Chaudhary, RohtakDr. Deen bandhu Chandora(Late) Sh. Onkar Nath AryaDr.YK. Gupta UdaipurSh. Satyananda Munjal, Jullandhar
Navalakha Mahal is situated in the heart of a blooming rose garden(Gulab Bag) which was originally laid out in the nineteenth century in the historical city of Udaipur also known as the “City of Lakes”.
Maharishi Davanand who arrived in Udaipur on 10 August 1882 on the invitation of His Highness Maharana Sajjan Singh, the 72nd ruler of the Kingdom of Mewar, remained here for almost six and a half months and stayed in Navalakha Mahal.
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