Divya Jyoti Ved Mandir, established under the blessings and guidance of Divya Guru Shri Ashutosh Maharaj Ji, is incessantly working to reinstate the glory of Vedic culture.
Vedic Sangoshthi-s, a unique series of Vedic meets initiated by DJVM globally is aimed towards preserving, promulgating and expanding Vedic values and its richness through collaborative efforts.
In the series of Vedic Sangoshthi-s around the country, the preacher of Divya Jyoti Jagrati Sansthan met several dignitaries and Vedic academicians in various cities of South India. Swami Pradeepanand Ji met the following eminent personalities in Southern States of India:
- Sri Pradeep Namboodiripad
Chief Priest (Thanthrimukhya)
Sri Padmanabhaswamy Temple,
- Prof. Sri Subramaniam Iyer
Sri Sringeri Math
- Acharya Sri Parasara Badri Narayana Bhattar
Sri Ranganatha Swamy Temple,
Srirangam, Dist. Tiruchirappalli, Tamil Nadu
- P.M. Vijayraghava Sastri
Retd. Professor of Vedanta,
The Madras Sanskrit College,
Swami Pradeepanand Ji talked in length about the various initiatives of Divya Jyoti Ved Mandir taken during the pandemic to proliferate the knowledge of Veda-s to people from all corners of the world. After that, Swamiji presented the audio-visual of Shukla Yajurvediya Rudra Ashtadhyayi i.e., Rudri Path on DJJS YouTube Portal. After listening to this divine audio-visual, all distinguished personalities were mesmerized by the accurate pronunciation done by DJVM Ved Pathis and appreciated the thorough research done in conserving and reinstating the Vedic heritage.
In the Southern States of India, Krishna Yajurveda is widely followed and practiced by the Vedic scholars as compared to the Northern States who follow the Madhyandini Shakha of Shukla Yuajurveda Rudrashtadhyayi. It is a matter of great pride that these scholars of various prestigious organisations and one of the greatest temples of India, not only endorsed the correct pronunciation done by DJVM Ved Pathi-s but also appreciated the incessant efforts put in to revive the Vedic culture without compromising the Vedic rules of pronunciation while chanting with precision.