The word "yagya" (yajna) can already be found in the early Vedic literature of the second millennium BC. In the Rigveda and Yajurveda yagya means "worshiping, devotion to something, prayer and praise, form of offering".
In the ancient times there lived a family, a husband and a wife, who had no children. They had a Spiritual Master, to whom they came for advice and blessing. The Master always spoke with them, helped them, gave his blessings, but when it came to husband and wife's future children, he remained silent.
Ashoka (skt., Aśoka, "born without pain") - ruler of the Maurya Empire from 273 BC. to 232 BC. He called himself Devanampriya Piyadasi.
Spiritual Teacher Shri Prakash Ji
Shri Prakash Ji was born in Patna, the capital of the Indian state of Bihar - one of the most ancient cities of India. Once this city was called Pataliputra, and in great antiquity was the capital city of India.