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Preparations progressing rapidly for 16,000 Vedic Pandits in India
by Global Good News staff writer

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14 January 2007

During the global celebration of 12 January 2007, His Excellency Dr Girish Varma, Minister of Education for the Global Country of World Peace, addressed the celebration from the Brahmasthan (centre point) of India.

Dr Varma expressed his joy to be connecting by teleconference in the global celebration with Holland to receive the blessings of Shri Guru Dev, His Holiness Maharishi Mahesh Yogi (, Vedic Pandits, and His Majesty Maharaja Nadar Raam, the first ruler of the Global Country of World Peace. He noted that it was extremely special also that this year's celebration was connecting by teleconference the Brahmasthan of India with the Brahmasthan of the United States in Kansas, which he said share almost the same longitude.

Dr Varma said, 'Raam Brahm paramarath rupa, Raam is Brahm, totality.' By establishing the Capital of Raam Raj in Bhumi Bharat (India), in the Brahmasthan of the country, Dr Varma said that we are establishing the administration of Brahm, totality of Natural Law, which is an administration that is peaceful. Problem-free administration will take place through the Vedic performances of 16,000 Vedic Pandits, who will be coming to live in the Brahmasthan of India. Presently there are 2000 Vedic Pandits living in the Brahmasthan.

His Excellency Dr Eike Hartmann, Minister of Architecture and City Planning of the Global Country of World Peace, and His Excellency Dr Roger Audet, architect and engineer of the Global Country of World Peace, are now also at the Brahmasthan and have been working with Dr Varma on presenting all the construction designs for approval. Dr Varma said that already the local officials had been invited, and in ten days at the end of 2006 all the permissions, maps, and land approvals were granted. Builders have been contracted, financing has been made available, and construction preparations are done.

On 14 January, Makar Sankranti Karmas Samapti, a very auspicious day in the Vedic Calendar, at 12:00 noon, construction will be starting on 14,000 homes for Vedic Pandits.

Many associations for Vedic Pandits have been contacted in India, inviting them to participate in this endeavour to create Raam Raj, and with the Sankalp (resolution) that has been taken by Dr Varma to have 16,000 Vedic pandits by Guru Purnima, 29 July 2007, thousands will be coming. Dr Varma said it will be a 'Kumbh' (see footnote) of Vedic Pandits.

Under Maharishi's direction, the Pandits' Vedic performances have been organized so that one Rudra—a group of 11 Vedic Pandits—will perform the peace yagya known as Rudra Bhishek, for each of 192 countries every day. Already, Rudra Bhishek is being done for a number of countries.

Dr Varma concluded by saying that the establishment of 16,000 Vedic Pandits in the centre of India will create Raam Raj. 'Raam Raj dukh kahu na vyapa: In the realm of Raam there is no suffering, only life free from problems and mistakes. From today onward all will be blessed by the glory of Guru Dev, Maharishi, and His Majesty Maharaja Nadar Raam.'

Note: Dr Varma was referring to the present gathering of Vedic Pandits in the Brahmasthan of India as similar to the famous Kumbha Mela, a very large spiritual gathering including many Vedic Pandits, which occurs every few years in India.

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