Sarvarth Siddhi Yagna Held For Well-Being Of Prime Minister Modi

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Flyer showing the details of the Yagna held for PM Modi in Gandhi Temple in Wayne, New Jersey, Jan. 23, 2022. Photo: courtesy organizers

Several Indian-American organizations came together to host a very unique and rare Sarvarth Siddhi Yagna for Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi Jan. 23, 2022, at the Gandhi Temple in Wayne, New Jersey.

The nearly 3 hours long puja was held inside the temple due to freezing temperatures with restricted attendance, observing the Covid protocols like proof of vaccination and social distancing.

Hemant Bhatt said the puja was to honor “the ‘Son of Soil’ Prime Minister Narendra Modiji” and for the welfare and good health of all especially in light of the many lives lost during the pandemic.

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The prayers called on Lord Shiva to spread peace around the world and give a long life to Prime Minister Modi, Bhatt said adding that Indians in America have “tremendous love and affection toward the mother country.” He thanked all those who worked to make the event a success, including Parikh Worldwide Media which covered the event.

Anil Bansal, past president of the Federation of Indian Associations of tri-state area, said he was there to pray for the long and healthy life of Modi, adding “that is the reason why we have done this (is) because he is instrumental in reviving Hinduism after 1000 years of incredible suppression of the religion and in the believers of Hinduism.”

Attendees at the Jan. 23, 2022, Sarvarth Siddhi Yagna held for the welld-being fo Prime Minister Narendra Modi of India, at temple in Wayne, N.J.. Photo: organizers

Under Modi’s leadership “India will shine and be a superpower in the world,” he added.

Mukund Thaker said, “Today we have a very good opportunity to serve our country and for Narendra bhai. He is really son of India. And we pray to us Lord Shiva give him a long life and very, very, very, very good health,” so that he can serve the country for many more years.

Ankur Vaidya, chairman of FIA, describing it a “very divine, auspicious and holy puja,” said, “I hope that through the puja we pass the blessings to all in attendance and those who watch (through) the medium of ITV and TV Asia. May the Almighty give you health, well-being, peace.”

Vaidya prayed for a Covid-free word and for the long life of Prime Minister Modi.

A Sarvarth Siddhi Yagna was held to honor Prime Minister Modi and for his well-being and for peace and good health of all humanity, at the Gandhi Temple in Wayne, New Jersey Jan. 23. 2024. Seen in pictures are priests and attendees participating in the three-hour long puja which organizers said was unique and the first of its kind held there. Photos courtesy organizers.

“We, the overseas Indians are quite worried about the security lapse with our prime minister Narendra Modiji. We live in America but our hearts beat for India. So today, we all Indians got together for the Sarva Kunda Pooja and the Sarvarth Siddhi Yagya. It was attended by a large number of people and we prayed to God that our country India should be safe, and a long life be granted to our Prime Minister Narendra Modiji,” Vaidya said.

“A first of such kind, this unique pooja was performed by two maharajas and 11 brahmin pandits with five havan kunds and over 50 participants who sat in the puja,” said a press release from organizers.

A Sarvarth Siddhi Yagna was held to honor Prime Minister Modi and for his well-being and for peace and good health of all humanity, at the Gandhi Temple in Wayne, New Jersey Jan. 23. 2024. Seen in pictures are priests and attendees participating in the three-hour long puja which organizers said was unique and the first of its kind held there. Photos courtesy organizers.

Primary organizers of the pooja included Kenny Desai, Hemant Bhatt, Anil Bansal, Deepak Shah, Mukund Thaker, Dr. Sudhir Parikh, Smitamiki Patel,  Ankur Vaidya, Alok Kumar, Bipin Patel, Mahesh Dubbal and Jyotindra Patel, the press release said.

Mahaprasad was distributed to all attendees and puja participants at the conclusion.

The Gandhi Temple’s team led by Kaushik Patel and Nilesh Rana was instrumental making it possible to hold the pooja under the regulations of the pandemic.

Community leaders in attendance expressed their joy in performing the prayers for the well-being and safety of global citizens along with the safety and well-being of “the iconic son of the motherland Shri Narendra bhai Modi,” the press release said.

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