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Yajur veda sandhyavandanam - procedure - Tamil Brahmins Forum. Namaskaram I am posting yajur veda sandhyavandanam in pdf, those who find it useful. that one who does not do sandhyavandanam is a sinner and is not eligible for any Vedic duties. What is given below is the Sandhya Vandanam procedure. Save this Book to Read yajurveda sandhyavandanam andhra telugu PDF eBook at our Online Library. Get yajurveda sandhyavandanam.

Scriptural Authority Pramanam Meaning and Philosophical significance Format and Anatomy Who Can Perform When To Perform Things You Need Manasika Snanam and Mantra Snanam Recitation of Mantras Science, Electricity and Health Achamanam Anatomy Cleansing — external body Ganapati Dhyanam PrAnAyamaha Anatomy Cleansing — internal body Satvika Tyaga — optional — for Sri Vaishnavas only Surrender and dedication Arghyam Offering to Sun: PrAnAyamah Anatomy Cleansing — internal body

Chapter 3. It also explains that the sun in the horizon outside and the sun element inside us are one and the same and there is no difference. Agasthya explains to Sri Rama. Yajurveda Sandhyavandanam. If however he did perform the duties once in a way in spite of self inflicted impurity due to non performance of Sandyavandanam regularly the said performance will not yield any result. Ishvashya upanishad of Shukla Yajurveda also refers to Sun worship as above at sunrise and sunset.

The procedure of worship indicated is by offering "Arghya" water in the palms of both hands thrown up. He is friend of water and resides in every living thing. The identity should be kept in mind while meditating through gayatri.

These views are also echoed in Aditya Hridaya of the Yuddakanda of Ramayan. The element of sun in our body is clouded by our "Rajoguna" and "Tamoguna". Our human body contains every element of the universe and they get subdued or become invisible due to the character Rajoguna and tamoguna of the individuals. Page 6 of Vedas are also refer red to as Thrayi. The Arghyas delivered skyward from the palms of the worshipper serve as missiles to destroy demons known as Mandehaasuras attacking the sun.

Worship through Arghyam is a process by which the element of Aditya within us can be cultured and in turn acquire the qualities of Aditya. The arghya should be offered seeing the sun in the horizon and meditating through gayatri on aditya. He is entrusted with the portfolio of health of souls chetanas in our planet as per the distribution of duties during the evolution of the universe.

The Arghyams offerred as worship to Sun or Aditya at sunrise and sunset will help free the sun element in us. The philosophical meaning of this statement is important. This statement in the vedas has a great significance. Hence the format includes the purification process. Prasanam and Pranayanam are internal purifiation processes. Keeping the above in view. Khshatriyas and Vaishyas. Who Can Perform Sandyavandanam is performed by an individual after "Upanayanam".

The upanayanam entitles one to learn and recite vedas and perform rituals. Page 7 of Punah Prokshanam Purification external — prokshanam. Upanayanam is a Vedic ritual prescribed for Brahmins. The purification covers both inside and outside of our body. In Yagna prakarana. It includes wearing of Yagnopavitham and learning of Gayathri mantra.

When To Perform The Vedas prescribe prayers at sunrise and sunset. Similarly the sayam Sandyavandanam should be started before sunset and concluded at sunset at local time Again in Yajur Veda Prasanam hymns.

The three strands of the yagnopavitha are knotted together. Only a thread on which the deities have been installed will be yagnopavitham or sacred thread or charged thread. The installation of the deities is done as per the prescribed procedure.

The nine threads correspond to the nine deities installed Prithvi. Thus it symbolises a thread going around our Antaryami or Vishnu seated in our heart. The addition of Madyanika has another significance.

This pratah Sandyavandanam should be started before sunrise and concluded at sunrise. The three strands also exhibit the presence of satwa.

This also brings out that cit. Acit and Eswara. To these two our sages have added a third known as Madhyanika or midday. Sunrise constitues a change from darkness to light and hence a sandhya time that is a time of junction. Vedas and Smrithis prescribe the age of upanayanam for Brahmins at seven.

The Sun set constitutes a change from light to darkness and hence a sandhya time. The deities installed help to improve our sattwa character. The benefits of Pratah Sandyavandanam is best when performed before sunrise and stars are visible. Similarly for 'Sayam Sandyavandanam'. The age should not exceed sixteen in any case. Yagnopavitha or the sacred thread is a thread with three strands.

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The knot in the yagnopavitha is said to symbolise Pranava or Om which comprises the three letters namely Aa denoting Vishnu Uu denoting Goddess Lakshmi and Ma denoting soul or self. Though the installation of the deities is done only once before wearing. The above view has also been reflected in the hymns forming part of SandyavandanamSamaveda hymns for upastanam the rising sun is saluted udyantan thvaditya anudiyasam in Pratha Sandyavandanam.

This is referred to as Pratha Sandhya. This symbolises the conjunction of the three tattvas of the Srivaishnava philodsophy. Vedas recognize varuna snanam is not possible everywhere and under all circumstances. For Madhyanika it is the third fifth part of the day for maximum benefits. Thus the benefits of Sabdya extend for a duration of about 2h 10m on either side of sunrise or sunset.

However it is important to note that benefits will be there even when there are departures and this has been recognized in the smrithis. Madyanukam is performed facing East or North. The timings above are from considerations of maximum benefit. Every individual should therefore strive to perform Sandyavandanam at a time as close to sunrise or sunset as possible but should not give it up due to circumstances.

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Yajurveda Sandhyavandanam

A person who is unwell can perform Sandyavandam mentally without water from his sick bed. Page 9 of Pratah Sandyavandanam is performed facing East. Hence it is desirable to wear cotton clothes while performing Sandyavandanam as we acquire bio-energy from surroundings. It was the practice to perform the Poorvaangam part outdoors — at a lake or river where the Brahmana would take bath.

In these cases. Sayam Sandyavandanam is performed facing East upto 'Arghya pradhanam' and facing West thereafter. All forms of bath are equal in merit. Studies in naturopathy have shown that wool and silk are not good conductors of bio- electricity while cotton is. The normal bath we take by pouring water on our body is called "Varuna snanam".

The guiding principle is to look in the direction of the Sun at the time of performing the ritual. For the purpose of Vedic rituals the duration of day Sunrise to Sunset is divided into 5 parts. Japam is done sitting. The question arises as to how much before sunrise or sunset. Hence vedas recognise several alternative forms of bath. Hence it would be preferable to use copper or silver vessel for Sandyavandanam.

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Sandyavandanam should be performed in the outdoors as far as possible. Under Indian conditions one fifth part of day or night varies from 2h 10m to 2h 20m It will be more in higher latitiudes. Every mantra is preceded by a verse indicating the name of sage. Mantra snanam is a bath where in we sprinkle water on our head reciting hymns. The Chandas explains the potential of the mantra or the power it can create in our body by reciting it.

Our sages through meditation have asessed the power of the various mantras and their applications to different situations and purposes.

The name of the sage indicates the sage Page 10 of It is for this purpose that the mantras must be recited in Sanskrit only as given by sages and any equivalent translation will have no effect. This is very similar to tuning a radio receiver to receive the electromagnetic waves around us.

In circumstances where Madhyanimikam cannot be performed it can be performed alongwith Pratah Sandyavandanam. By reciting a mantra either orally or mentally. Sadagopan Dec Recitation of Mantras A Hymn or mantra is a prayer with words and alphabets specially chosen addressed to God or deity. Manasika Sandyavandanam means performing the Sandyavandanam mentally without water. The vibration characteristics of a mantra is very important.

The energy from the universe is present everywhere. This is akin to combining the seven notes to produce different ragas or tunes. The mantras should be recited with due weightage to the characteristics of the alphabet namely Hasva short. The words and alphabets have been chosen to achieve this objective. Prokshanam is a "mantra snana". This can be done under extraordinary circumstances like a long journey etc. Maha Prana heavy weightage.

For best results correct recitation of the mantras is necessary. Recite the hymn below and sprinkle water over your head. It is supposed to posess mystic and supernatural powers.

Apavitrah Pavithro va Sarvavastam gato apiva Yah Smaret Pundarikaksam sa Bahyabhyantarah sucih This means "One who meditates on pundarikaksha is cleaned both internally and externally irrespective of the purity earlier. The procedure for manasika snanam is "Mentally comprehend the lotus feet of the Lord is on your head and water of virija Heavenly river from his feet flowing all over your body. Even those who have performed Sandyavandanam normally but not within the prescribed limits should offer Arghyam mentally at the Sandhhya time.

Further reading: This ancient science has been developed by one Choa-kuk-sui The ancient science and art of pranic healing Cho-kuk-sui pub. This was known in ancient India and was used for health. This is referred to as bio-electricity. Detailed investigations and kirilian photography have shown that any disease first enters the bio-plasmic body and then our visible physical body.

This field has been photographed through a process known as kirilian photography. The best application of this principle is in health which was also practiced in ancient India. A new subject known as geo-biology based on the above priciples is being used in the design of factories etc.

Hence the healing process attempts to rectify the bio-plasmic body through induction of bio-energy at specific points of the body known as chakras. Electricity and Health There is a flow of electricity in the human body this characteristic is used in ECG electrocardiogram. This ancient Indian science has been taken up by modern scientists.

Our sages have developed a science known as Vastu shastra where by an environment conducive to this electromagnetic field will help in better concentration. Bio-electricity gets charged through water. Electric currents pass through 10 sets of lines corresponding to 10 fingers and toes. It must be appreciated that Sandyavandanam is not just reciting hymns or mantras. The purpose is also indicated as the same hymn can be used in different contexts.

All natural therapies are based on the principle that human body has a self healing property. This system recognises our palm and finger tips as control boards for manipulation or alteration of bio-electricity.

Finger tips and top of head constitute terminal points of these electric lines. Remedial measures also include use of energised water. In ancient India. In Vedic rites water is used for purification. Further if the flow of bio-electricity is normal the body remains fit and healthy. Flow of electricity within our body causes emission of electrons which in turn causes the aura. Studies have shown that meditation has great influence on the bio-plasmic body.

The inner aura follows the contour of the body while the outer aura is shaped like an inverted egg. This system also recognises the existence of electricity which is responsible for our health. Modern scientists by passing sound waves through water have produced gas bubbles emitting blue light with very high temperature inside.

The chandas indicates its potential. The healing method is one of the naturopathy systems. Phillipines for curing diseases also known as pranic healing. These studies indicate the capacity of sound waves to energise water. Every person has a natural aura around him an invisible body of charged particles also called bio-plasmic body. Healing is achieved by applying slight pressure to specific points. Page 11 of Brain cells are known to produce electric waves of different frequencies.

Health Accessories Manila. Electro cardiograms taking in a normal state. Apart from reciting hymns it also includes karanas. Hence while performing these rituals sound waves must be produced emenating from the mouth.

They help to achieve the twin objectives of god realization and health. This approach in a miniature has been used in Sandyavandanam i. Sandyavandanam is essentially prayers to the Supreme Lord at sandya time. Punyahavchanam is another Vedic rite where in water is energised through Vedic hymns. Though god realization is the main objective the importance of healthy body and mind have been duly recognized.

Page 12 of Vedic rituals like pranayanam or japam have impact on bio-electricity. Sit in Kukustana with hands between legs 2. Achamanam Anatomy Cleansing — external body 1. Put a small quantity of water from the vessel in the right hand palm only a small quantity of water should be taken. The thumb will remain separate from the first finger.

Clean your mouth lips with water and wash hand 5. Twist the right palm so that the little finger. I invoke dhyayeth the Lord who is decked in white Shukla ambara dharam. This is a preliminary purification ceremony. Anantha and Govinda are chanted and then chanting twelve other names of Vishnu purifies the self. May he remove all obstacles from my path sarva vighna upa shanthayeth. Page 14 of The most auspicious divine names of the Lord.

Close the left nostril with ring finger of right hand and exhale from right nostril slowly. Page 15 of While exhaling. Close the right nostril with thumb of right hand 4.

Holding breath. The body should be in a vertical position. While inhaling. The thumb and first finger of the left hand should be in contact with the left hand palm facing skywards. Say Om touching the right ear. Om tatsavithurvareniyam Bhargo devasya dhimahi dhiyo yo nah prachodayat 6. Step 2 Step5 a. PrAnAyamaha Anatomy Cleansing — internal body 1. These worlds are bhooloka.

Then words conveying our intention is recited as under. Left hand is kept on the right thigh and then covering it with right palm. Pratah Sandhyaam upaasishye 3. Hindus believed that that there were six holy worlds above the earth.

It is also the holy seven worlds. These along with earth are remembered in the first part. The second part is the famous Gayathri manthram. Mamo paattha samastha duritakshaya dwara sriman NAryana Preethyartham. Essence of SriVaishnavism is complete surrender to God. Satvika Tyaga — optional — for Sri Vaishnavas only Surrender and dedication With the palms together in praNaama Namaste posture recite: Step 1 This is for Sri Vaishnavas only.

Saathvika ThyAgam. We declare our purpose or intention. By reciting these lines. It is addressed to one's own self to get determination. Hence every activity is dedicated to the Lord. This is a preliminary rite in every Vedic action.

Sadagopan Dec Page 17 of Sankalpah is essentially an expression of intention or purpose. I pray the Goddess of dawn noon. Hold the tumbler in the left hand 2. While reciting the name of the deity the fingers are placed on the chest.

Take a small quantity of water in the right hand palm Deity 3. Sprinkle it on the head through right hand fingers. Sage chandas meter or rhythm and the deity to whom it is addresses or meditated upon and the purpose or application. The God-realization is always linked with 'Sahastrar' chakra at the top of the head. While reciting 'Chandas' the fingers are placed on the tip of the nose 3. When reciting the name of the sage. The knot in the yagnopavitha is said to symbolise Pranava or Om which comprises the three letters namely Aa denoting Vishnu Uu denoting Goddess Lakshmi and Ma denoting soul or self.

Vedas and Smrithis prescribe the age of upanayanam for Brahmins at seven. The age should not exceed sixteen in any case. When To Perform The Vedas prescribe prayers at sunrise and sunset. Sunrise constitues a change from darkness to light and hence a sandhya time that is a time of junction.

This is referred to as Pratha Sandhya. The Sun set constitutes a change from light to darkness and hence a sandhya time, this is referred to as Sayam Sandhya. To these two our sages have added a third known as Madhyanika or midday, constituting a change from an ascending sun to a descending sun in the sky.

The addition of Madyanika has another significance, during this time we can offer our prayers seeing the sun. The benefits of Pratah Sandyavandanam is best when performed before sunrise and stars are visible; average when performed before sunrise but stars have disappeared; poor after sunrise. Similarly for 'Sayam Sandyavandanam'; it is best before sunset; average after sunset but before stars appear and poor after stars appear.

The above view has also been reflected in the hymns forming part of SandyavandanamSamaveda hymns for upastanam the rising sun is saluted udyantan thvaditya anudiyasam in Pratha Sandyavandanam, while setting sun is saluted Pratithishtantam thvaditya anupratithistasam in Sayam sandhyavandanam.

This pratah Sandyavandanam should be started before sunrise and concluded at sunrise. Similarly the sayam Sandyavandanam should be started before sunset and concluded at sunset at local time Again in Yajur Veda Prasanam hymns, we have "Ratristadava lumpatu yatkunchaduritam mayi" May the sins committed by me be wiped out by the deity controlling the night in Pratah Page 8 of 46 Yajurveda Sandhyavandanam - detailed procedure with illustrations ver 4. The question arises as to how much before sunrise or sunset.

For the purpose of Vedic rituals the duration of day Sunrise to Sunset is divided into 5 parts, the first part called pratah, second sangava, third madhyahna, fourth Aparahna and the last sayam. Under Indian conditions one fifth part of day or night varies from 2h 10m to 2h 20m It will be more in higher latitiudes. Thus the benefits of Sabdya extend for a duration of about 2h 10m on either side of sunrise or sunset.

For Madhyanika it is the third fifth part of the day for maximum benefits. The timings above are from considerations of maximum benefit. However it is important to note that benefits will be there even when there are departures and this has been recognized in the smrithis.

Every individual should therefore strive to perform Sandyavandanam at a time as close to sunrise or sunset as possible but should not give it up due to circumstances. In these cases, the individual should mentally contemplate on Aditya by reciting one gayatri at the time of sandya from wherever he is place at the time.

A person who is unwell can perform Sandyavandam mentally without water from his sick bed. Things You Need Vessel: Studies in naturopathy have shown that water kept in copper, silver or gold vessels help to improve bio-electricity in our body.

Hence it would be preferable to use copper or silver vessel for Sandyavandanam. Clothes: Studies in naturopathy have shown that wool and silk are not good conductors of bio- electricity while cotton is.

Hence it is desirable to wear cotton clothes while performing Sandyavandanam as we acquire bio-energy from surroundings. Location: Sandyavandanam should be performed in the outdoors as far as possible. It was the practice to perform the Poorvaangam part outdoors — at a lake or river where the Brahmana would take bath, and where water was available in plenty — while the Uttaraangam could also be done indoors.

Direction: Pratah Sandyavandanam is performed facing East. Madyanukam is performed facing East or North. Sayam Sandyavandanam is performed facing East upto 'Arghya pradhanam' and facing West thereafter. Japam is done sitting. The guiding principle is to look in the direction of the Sun at the time of performing the ritual. The normal bath we take by pouring water on our body is called "Varuna snanam".

Vedas recognize varuna snanam is not possible everywhere and under all circumstances. Hence vedas recognise several alternative forms of bath.

All forms of bath are equal in merit. Page 9 of 46 Yajurveda Sandhyavandanam - detailed procedure with illustrations ver 4. The procedure for manasika snanam is "Mentally comprehend the lotus feet of the Lord is on your head and water of virija Heavenly river from his feet flowing all over your body. Recite the hymn below and sprinkle water over your head.

Apavitrah Pavithro va Sarvavastam gato apiva Yah Smaret Pundarikaksam sa Bahyabhyantarah sucih This means "One who meditates on pundarikaksha is cleaned both internally and externally irrespective of the purity earlier.

Mantra snanam is a bath where in we sprinkle water on our head reciting hymns. Incidentally, this has been included in the Sandyavandanam process itself.

Prokshanam is a "mantra snana". Manasika Sandyavandanam means performing the Sandyavandanam mentally without water.

Yajurveda Sandhyavandanam

This can be done under extraordinary circumstances like a long journey etc. Even those who have performed Sandyavandanam normally but not within the prescribed limits should offer Arghyam mentally at the Sandhhya time, wherever he is irrespective of dress etc. In circumstances where Madhyanimikam cannot be performed it can be performed alongwith Pratah Sandyavandanam. Sadagopan Dec Recitation of Mantras A Hymn or mantra is a prayer with words and alphabets specially chosen addressed to God or deity.

It is supposed to posess mystic and supernatural powers. For best results correct recitation of the mantras is necessary. The energy from the universe is present everywhere. By reciting a mantra either orally or mentally, we tune ourselves to receive this energy. This is very similar to tuning a radio receiver to receive the electromagnetic waves around us.

Our sages through meditation have asessed the power of the various mantras and their applications to different situations and purposes. The Chandas explains the potential of the mantra or the power it can create in our body by reciting it.

It is for this purpose that the mantras must be recited in Sanskrit only as given by sages and any equivalent translation will have no effect.

Yajurveda Sandhyavandanam | Vedas | Mantra

The mantras should be recited with due weightage to the characteristics of the alphabet namely Hasva short , dheerga long , alpaprana less weightage , Maha Prana heavy weightage. The vibration characteristics of a mantra is very important. The words and alphabets have been chosen to achieve this objective. This is akin to combining the seven notes to produce different ragas or tunes. Every mantra is preceded by a verse indicating the name of sage, chandas, deity to whom the hymn is addressed and the purpose for which the mantra is used.

The name of the sage indicates the sage Page 10 of 46 Yajurveda Sandhyavandanam - detailed procedure with illustrations ver 4. The chandas indicates its potential. The purpose is also indicated as the same hymn can be used in different contexts.

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