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    Yagnya to balance global economy

    By Staff
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    Bhubaneswar,Nov 28 (UNI) While the economist failed to revive the economy following a recession, an organisation has taken an initiative to bring harmony in the global economy and set right the delicate finance, employment and inflation by performinga Yagnya.

    YBC Vedic Foundation has planned to perform Laxmi-Kubera Maha Yagnya, a vedic mechanism to bring harmony in the global economy, by bringing it to work according to the laws of nature.

    Foundation Chairman K R Samantaray said Yagnyas are ancient precise performances by specially trained vedic pandits which creates specific life supporting influences from the field of pure consciouness, the source of natural law.

    He said the world economy was on the brink of a severe global economic downturn. The decline value of U S dollar and other major currencies, persisiting global imbalances and deepening credit crisis posed a serious risk to the economic growth in both developed and developing countries and the yagna would be performed here on Sunday to restore balance on the present economy.

    He said the economic imbalances could be set right with the support of mother nature by adopting ancient vedic technique- the vedic yagnya.

    Mr Samantaray said Yagnya is the technology of the reverbation of United field of natural law- which could bring fulfilment to all.

    He said the Yagyna was going on since Diwali and had already been performed in Puri, Khalikot, Bahalda, Gunupur and Rourkela.

    The foundation was planning to perform the yagnya at New Delhi and other metro cities in India and in some major cities abroad in the coming days.

    UNI BD KK DB1832

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