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What is Arya Samaj

Arya Samaj founded by Swami Dayanand Saraswati on 10 April 1875, in Bombay that is now known as Mumbai. Arya Samaj is not a religion or new sect in Hinduism, but is a social reform movement. In actual, Swami Dayanand brought together several concerned members of the society to remove the ills prevalent in society during the 19th century. 

The primary motive of Arya Samaj is to eliminate ignorance, indigence or poverty and injustice from the earth. They believe and follows the four Vedas, Rig-Veda, Yajur Veda, Sam Veda and Atharva as a source of guidance. They bring several changes in society such as emphasize the education of women and children as well as inspire the people about the cultural heritage and traditions of India rather than western culture. The mission of Arya Samaj is enshrined in the ten niyams or principles.

Our Team

Our team have years of experience in teaching in various schools and gurukuls. They have well knowledge of sanskrit and vedas performing speech and vedic bhajan in school as well as at state level. All sanskar are done according vedic rituals by our arya samaj pandit.

Aacharya Manoj Shastri

Aacharya Manoj Shastri


D.A.V Public School, Patna

Aacharya Arvind Shastri

Aacharya Arvind Shastri


D.A.V Public School, Patna

Vedvart Arya

Vedvart Arya


Arya Samaj Mandir, Patna

Sanskar by Vedic Retual

Hawan Yagya

According to the Vedas and Dharma Shastra (Manu Smriti) and according to the Ramayana and Mahabharata (books of history), God is worshiped in the same way – that method is Agnihotra. Havan is purified of water and air, which leads to the prevention of diseases. Therefore, Agnihotra is the best action done for others.

Shanti Yagya

After the funeral, the relatives and relatives who work together with the society, make the yagya is called Shraddha in Lokachar. Those good deeds make the world as good, they are called Shanti Yagya. The karma that comes with joy, enthusiasm, fearlessness, is called kriya yagya. After death, the name of Kriya Home, etc., to be done to tolerate the sufferings of the sufferer, is called Shanti Yagya.

Yagnopavit Sanskar

In this sacrament, Yagnopavit or Janeu is held. The meaning of its holding is that the child has now become worth reading, and it is bound to the teacher in the fast formula for the school. Yagnopavit has three sources, which are three indicators of debt. If you want to know more about this,Our pandit will describe about this sanskar.

Namakaran Sanskar

Anthropogenic naming in the Western civilization is increasing in India too. For him, Charak’s message is that the name should be well-intentioned. The name is not only for the sake of the message but also to keep the child’s life in front of her children. It should be done in the eleventh day of the birth of the child, or one hundred and a half days, or the day of the second year.


In the Hindu religion, marriage is arranged for the young men and women, when the physical, mental maturity is capable of taking responsibility for family building. According to Indian culture, marriages are not mere physical or social agreements, here the couple has been given the form of a superior spiritual practice. Family and collective use of marriage rites has proved to be successful and useful under the age building.


The ceremony of Arya Samaj marriage is conducted as per the Vedic ritual, and its validity is derived from Arya Samaj Marriage Validation Act, 1937 with provisions of Hindu Marriage Act, 1955. Hindu Marriage applies equally to Arya Samajis.The certificate given by Arya Samaj Mandir is fully valid to be a Husban-Wife legally.

Documents required for solemnisation of Arya Samaj Marriage

(1) 4 copies of coloured photograph of both bride and the groom

(2) Date of birth proof and address proof of both marrying parties.

(3) Bride and groom should be of competent age. 18 for bride and 21 for groom.

(4) Standing of two witnesses to witness the holy ceremony.

(5) In case where a marrying party is divorced, then, certified copy of divorce certificate issued by the court.

(6) In case where a marrying party is a widow, the death certificate of the dead spouse.

(7) Where a marrying party is a foreign citizen or holding a foreign passport or is having foreign residential address- Certificate of present marital status of the party/No Impediment Certificate/ NOC from concerned Embassy and Valid VIS

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