Our Yajna-Shala (Place of Fire Altar) is situated on the eastern bank of Ganga in Prayagraj, overlooking the Triveni Sangam, the confluence of rivers Ganga, Yamuna and hidden Sarasvati.
It is fine to perform Yajna anywhere, but to do it in the bank of river Ganga in Prayagraj is special, rather very- very special. There are countless reasons to conduct Yajna in this divine place. The Water effects of sound goes into the cosmos creating the effect cleansing you off provoking of divine blessing to you to achieve the desire and happiness in the life.
Prayagraj is just not a place, it is one of the holiest places on earth. It is considered the most sacred place in India by all Indian living here and all across the world. Prayag means the place where innumerable Yajna have been performed since beginning of the civilization. Prayag is considered both Kamad (where worldly wishes are fulfilled) and Mokshad (where Salvation can be attained). It is the confluence (Sangam) of pious Ganga, Yamuna and hidden Sarasvati rivers. Prayag is called Satkul, a place of seven banks of rivers as it has two banks of Yamuma, two of Ganga, two of hidden Sarasvati and one, the confluence where all meet. It is considered rare on earth.
Every year, on day of Makar- Sankranti, when the Sun transits into Capricorn in the Hindu month of Magha, a huge fair called Magha Mela is organised attended by millions. In every 12 years, Kumbh Mela is organised at Sangam attracts the whole world to the largest human gathering at one place over a month’s period. It is also the largest civil society action inclined towards spirituality.