A new Chapter has been added in the development journey of the Dev Sanskriti Vishwavidyalaya with the beginning of an online publication of research journal “Interdisciplinary Journal of Yagya Research” (IJYR).
Since Vedic times, India’s biggest gift to the world has been ‘Yagya‘ (offerings made to the Deity Fire). Since then, the Yagya has been the centre of discussion amongst all. It is not only included as a style of living, but also its widespread application is spread in other areas like human health, social welfare, agricultural benefits, environmental purification, spiritual effects, etc.
In an endeavor to advance this Vedic science, an international forum in the form of IJYR was needed to disseminate and share the research done by the scholars in the relevant areas of Yagya. The Online Journal integrates various research efforts on Yagya published worldwide and offers a comprehensive forum for researchers and scholars, from around the world, to present their original manuscripts in different areas of interdisciplinary research related to Yagya. There is also an opportunity for the trend setters, innovators, experts, teachers and students to share their ideas worldwide. The basic purpose of the journal is to disseminate research information at a fast pace crossing all boundaries.
On this occasion, Dr. Pranav Pandya, the Honorable Chancellor of the University, said that the journal is capable of fulfilling the necessity of Yagya related researches in modern times. At the same time, the Honorable Pro-Vice Chancellor of the University, Dr. Chinmay Pandya, spoke of the incomparable contribution made by Yagya in developing Indian culture and scientific knowledge. He said that the effort is innovative and first of its own kind. Mr. Viral Patel, the coordinator of the Yagya Research Center of DSVV will play a special role in the work of executive editorial for the research journal.
It is to be noted that individual and mass research efforts have been made in the past by the University in order to spread this ancient Vedic knowledge in the light of the modern scientific instruments and methods.
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