Chennai, Aug 16 NS)
The Lion Royal Mayura Kingdom (LMRK) which is a spiritual organisation working to create awareness about the Tamil civilization and to restore the mythical Kumari Kandam, conducted a yagam at the Pazhani on Independence day. The yagam named Indo- East Asia Muruga Velvi (Yin Yang Yagam) is aimed at restoring the long lost spiritual corridor between India and China or the East Asian countries.
The yagam was held near the Lord Murugan temple at Pazhani in Dindigul district of Tamil Nadu.
This is the third of a six series of Yagams being planned by the LMRK and its founder Rejith Kumar who is a government employee hailing from Thrissur in Kerala.
The first Yaga of the series was held on August 15,2021 at Pazhani named ,’Skanda Bharatha Maha Yagam’ and the second one was held at Chennai on December 4 ,2022 named, ‘ Senthamizhu Muruga Veera Chozha Peru Velvi’. While the first yaga was held to restore the Viswaguru or Lokaguru status to India, the second was to link the Tamil culture and heritage with the Indian context including Indian heritage and culture.
Rejith Kumar, the founder of LMRK and who was the Acharya of the Yaga while speaking to IANS said, “ The yagas we are conducting are intended at specific goals. While the first yaga was intended at restoring the Viswaguru status to our great nation, the Second yaga was for linking the Tamil heritage and culture and to assimilate it into the Indian context. The third yaga which was held yesterday was to restore the spiritual connect between India and China and it will greatly affect our geopolitical affinity.”
He said that the country is now marching towards the Lokaguru or Viswaguru status and the Sengol is now firmly erected within the seat of Indian democracy, the Parliament of India.
Rejith Kumar said that India and China had a great spiritual connect when Yogi Bhogar Siddhar from India had been to China and taken up spiritual assignment in that country and had transmitted his soul to a Chinese body and was called as Lao Tsu who is highly revered in China. He said that after his spiritual mission was completed, Lao Tsu or Bogar Siddhar returned back to India along with his Chinese disciple Yu who is known as Pulipanni Siddhar.
The LMRK founder said that Bhogar Siddhar had created two idols of Lord Muruga with , one of matter and the other one of anti-matter. He said that these idols were strategically placed at Palani with idol made of matter above and the second one made of anti-matter below. He said that this was to balance the feminine energy (Yin) with the masculine energy (Yang).
Rejith Kumar has written a book, ‘ My Masters from the 4th Dimension: A Rendezvous with Time’, and is sort of an autobiography on how Lord Murugan is influencing the life of an ordinary person since he turned the age of 28.