Havan Yajna to celebrate Rishi Bodhutsav at HMV

Jalandhar 13 February (Jaswinder Azad)- A pious Havan Yajna was organized at Hans Raj Mahila Maha Vidyalaya to mark the celebrations of Rishi Bodhutsav.  The ambience bore a spiritual look with everyone donning the saffron Om Patakas and reciting the Gayatri Mantra.
Principal Prof. Dr. (Mrs.) Ajay Sareen welcomed the members and told that Maharshi Dayanand Saraswati got enlightened on this very day and henceforth this day is celebrated as Rishi Bodhutsav.  She further said that we owe a lot to Maharshi Dayanand Saraswati in the context of progress and modernization.  He made tremendous efforts to uproot the evils from the society.  She also conveyed the blessings and wishes of Padamshri Dr. Punam Suri, President, DAVCMC New Delhi.  Dr. Suri believes that all should try to become a real ‘Arya’ means ‘the best’.  Dr. Sareen remarked that this day should be celebrated as an introspection day because your conscious is your true guide.  One should try to overcome ones weakness and work upon the strengths. She also congratulated the members for the newly built office, visitors’ hall and reception.  Dr. Nidhi Bal also narrated the story of Maharishis enlightenment.  Maharishi realized that the real abode of Lord Shiva is in the heart and not anywhere outside so one should move into the self and find the light of knowledge.
Office Supdt. Mr. Amarjit Khanna also bowed to the name and glory of Swami Dayanand and Mahatma Hans Raj and said we should follow the path shown by them.  Dr. Prem Sagar rendered his voice to a beautiful hymn ‘Mujme Om Tujme Om’ and everybody was led into a spiritual world.  Dean Academics and Staff Secretary Dr. Kanwaldeep Kaur also related the glorious history of DAV institutions and its worthy leaders and prayed for the success of HMV.
The Havan was organized by Mrs. Sunita Dhawan and the stage was conducted by Dr. Anjana Bhatia who also recited a poem on Swami Dayanand.  The celebration came to a close with the recital of Shanti Path.  On this occasion, Langar was also served throughout the day for teachers, students and outsiders.
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