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Climate Engineering in Maharashtra, India through Vedic Science

In December, 2009 there was an unseasonal storm in the Dhule/ Jalgaon region of North Maharashtra. 35,000 hectares of farmland was damaged. Hundreds of thousands of rupees of crop losses were reported by farmers in the area. In the district of Parola 49 villages were affected. In some places, 2 feet of ice were reported in the fields from the hail storm. The ice remained in some fields for 3 days after the storm.

Abhay Mutalik Desai - Climate Engineering in Karnataka, India

Dr O.P. Rupela, Chief Scientist (retired), International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, visited the farm recently and reported:
"The crop production system in this Homa farm reflects a complete balance, which can only be achieved when Nature is in perfect balance and harmony. The farm is a good place of education and research for agricultural scientists..."

Why Yagnya (Homa) is an Effective Remedy for Climate Change

Special effect due to Yajnya

(Here we use the terms Yajnya and Homa interchangeably)

Message from Shree Vasant Maheshwar, India 6 July 2008:
"Ancient tradition of Vedic knowledge states that due to performance of Yajnya
ÁPOORVA comes about. Apoorva means: 'that which was not there before.' Some special effect comes about: 'something which was not there before.'

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