Scientific Research on Homa Effects on Environments and Public Health

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Scientific Research on Homa Effects on Environments and Public Health
January 20, 2015
February 1, 2015
September 7, 2014
Mayuri Sarovar Layout,Near 10th KM point
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Nandikotkur Raod, Gargeyapuram, Kurnool, Andhra Pradesh, India



in association with Prajahitha Seva Samithi

(January 20th 2015 – 1st february 2015, Kurnool)

Program Brouchure

I-SERVE (“Institute of Scientific Research on Vedas”) which is recognized by DSIR, Govt. of India, as SIRO (Scientific and Industrial Research Organization) would like to take up large scale R&D work on “Scientific Research on Homa Effects on Environments and Public Health” in association with Prajahitha Seva Samithi (PHSS), Hyderabad, as a collaborative research work.

The Trustees of Prajahitha Seva Samithi have proposed “APTHORYAMAM” the supreme and ultimate SROUTHA SOMA YAGA and “MAHASOURAM” the Supreme SMARTHA MAHA YAGA being facilitated from 20th January,2015 to 1st February,2015 in the premises of Mayuri Sarovar Layout at Gargeyapuram Village, at the 10thkm Point on the Kurnool – Nandikotkur Road, Kurnool District of Andhra Pradesh, India.

Now, the I-SERVE and PHSS will take up the research work in coordination with a large number of well experienced scientists, Associates and scholars (Research Assistants) etc. to find out the various effects of the above yagas to evaluate the effects on environment and humans beings. In the study and research the following aspects will mainly be taken up:

  • Attitudinal Survey
  • Random Event Generator (REG) studies
  • Bacterial count in the atmosphere, land, water etc.and
  • All other concerned analytical fields related to the YAJNAs.

​The process involves a huge amount of expenditure for various studies, instruments, devices, purchase of items, land (earth) works, digging  a pond near SOMA YAGASALA, procuring specific wooden samidha and pure country cow ghee etc. The I-SERVE makes an earnest appeal to the Industrialists, all kinds of Business people, Scholars, Philanthropists, Individuals, Institutions, Professionals like Doctors, Lawyers, Engineers etc,. to encourage I-SERVE by generously supporting its endeavors to serve humanity at large through this scientific study. Since this type of mammoth yagnas are not easily available, I-SERVE wants to utilize this situation for scientific studies. Please come forward and offer whatever monetary support you can in a big way.

All contributions/donations made to I-SERVEare exempted from Income Tax,U/s.35(1)(II)of I.T Act.Vide Letter No.DIT(E)/Hyd/42(04)/80G/06-07 dated: 26.09.2006. 

The sums donated by business people and professionals to I-SERVE. will be exempted to the extent of 175%.  For example, if Rs.1,00,000/- is donated to I-SERVE, the donor gets a deduction for Rs.1,75,000/- from his/her taxable income.). In the case of other donors, the exemption is 100% U/s. 80GGA of I.T Act.

The Donors/Contributors must furnish their PAN Number along with their Cheque /D.D. or Cash payments can be made upto below Rs.50,000/-

INDIAN RESIDENTS :Indian Residents can send their donations in the form of Cheques or Demand Drafts (DDs) favoring ”SERVE” payable at Hyderabad   or can make online transfer to Axis Bank Account number 235010100139359 (Code No. IFSC: UTIB0000235), ​Dilsukhnagar branch.  

NON RESIDENT INDIANS (NRIs) :Non Resident Indians (NRIs) can utilize wire transfer facility. The following are the details for the same. Wire Transfer of Funds: (USD)  Payments should be made – CHASE MANHATTAN BANK (SWIFT CHASUS33) (PAYMENT SHOULD BE ROUTED EITHER VIA CHIPS (ABA 0002 Or FED ABA 021000021).

For credit to 0011407376 AXIS BANK LTD (SWIFT – AXISINBB) MUMBAI

For further credit to AXIS BANK LTD, Hyderabad SWIFT: AXISINBB008 Ultimate Beneficiary A/c No: 909010039494633