Arya Samaj Pratinidhi Sabha New Zealand Incorporated

Dear God, thank you very much for helping us get through Year 2020.

Arya Samaj West Auckland and Arya Samaj Pratinidhi Sabha NZ Incorporated cordially invite You, Your Family & Your Friends to participate in the Akhand Gayatri Mahayaj.

Date: 9th January 2021
Venue: Lyndale Athletic Hall, 36 Portage Road, New Lynn, Auckland
Program time: 7.30 am to 4.30 pm Followed by Dinner.

Recommended time for giving Ahutis is between 8.45 am and 2.30 pm.
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner will be provided.
Prasad and Misthaan will also be provided all day.

We look forward to seeing you all on the 9th of January 2021.

Details and documents:

Akhand gayatri mahayaj 2021

The Arya Samaj Movement

Maharshi Dayananda Saraswati founded the Arya Samaj on April 10, 1875 in Bombay with ten fundamental principles of universal character to revive and propagate the Vedic way of life. As enshrined in these principles, the Arya Samaj is a world movement.

It exhorts all to accept truth and renounce untruth. Its prime object is to do good to the world, making people physically strong, spiritually enlightened and socially uplifted. It preaches love, justice and righteousness towards all without distinction of race, caste or creed. The Goal of Arya Samaj is 'Krinvanto Vishvam Aryam'- Make This World Noble. Swami Dayananda was a great sage and a fearless reformer who sought, apart from restoring Hinduism to its original radiance and wisdom. Also to propagate the spirit of nationalism in different parts of India. The essence of his teachings is contained in 'Satyartha Prakash' a monumental treatise, which forms the essence of the Arya Samaj philosophy.

The teachings of the Vedas summarised into 10 basic principles (i.e. the decreturn). lie at the core of the Arya Samaj; With numerous institutions engaged in education, social service and spiritual activities, the Arya Samaj today gives hope and direction to thousands of people in different parts of the world advocating 'Universal Brotherhood' and 'One Dharma' by adhering to the rules of: "Realising God by understanding and speaking all truth, developing a scientific and rational temperament acquiring more and more knowledge to be utilized for common welfare, destroying superstitious and fraudulent mentality, controlling sensual passions, associating with-noble persons. cultivating good and active habits ant being honest in dealing with others etc".

The Arya Samaj has supported the spirit of "Swadeshi" i.e. self-reliance of the economy as the primary strategy for driving away poverty. However, in continuation of the teachings of Swami Dayananda, the Samaj also lays emphasis on establishing economic and political link with other countries. The Vedic path of economics not only ensures a healthy and corporate society but maintains the dignity of human soul also. The Arya Samaj considered the caste system, untouchability, child marriages and unequal status of women as inhuman, and drawing strength from the Vedas fought a social battle successfully against them. The role played by the Samaj in the national awakening of the late 19th and early 20th century was of great significance.

Today the Arya Samaj organization is active all over the world. The stamp design portrays the work done by the Arya Samaj, spreading the light of knowledge and truth and carries the Sanskrit invocation "Tamso ma Jyotirgamya" -From the darkness lead us to the light. It also commemorates Maharshi Dayanand Saraswati, the founder. The first day cover portrays the goal of the organization 'Krinvanto Vishvam Aryam'- Let us make the whole world noble. The Department of Posts is issuing this commemorative stamp in honour of the invaluable services rendered to humanity by the Arya Samaj.

Upcoming Events
Venue: Lyndale Athletic Hall, 36 Portage Road, New Lynn, Auckland
Date: 9th January
Time: 7:30 am