(Source: Taittiriya Upanishad)

“Developing commitment in performing Panchamahayagnas is the most basic qualification in achieving Spiritual progress.”
– Pujya Acharya Vachaspati Sri Prem Siddharth ji

Pujya Acharya explains how Panchamahayagnas is a formal training for spiritual progress. While explaining briefly about each mahayagna as our basic duty, He brings to light the aim of these yagnas in expanding our horizon of understanding the world & their contributions in our own life.
Pujya Acharya reveals that most of the regular cultural, household and religious practices of Hinduism are a reflection of the essence of Panchamahayagnas. Sensitivity, acknowledgement & gratitude towards the Deities, ancestors and all of the living beings around help in establishing a mental maturity that is most essential for any spiritual progress.