Sanjay Kumar Bhavsar
Nashik, Maharashtra, India
The most important experience in my life was when father was diagnosed with 2nd stage carcinoma in his colon in July 2014.
We started the treatment with the oncologist. Since this was an allopathic treatment, he got very heavy doses of chemicals. And it was very painful for the patient as well as for the family. I am practicing Agnihotra in the last 5 to 6 years. In October, November of 2014, I requested my father to please do Agnihotra in his house and he agreed. The day he started the practice of Agnihotra, was the day when he started to get relief from his pain.
He completed the 3rd round with chemotherapy with no pain, no hair loss. So this was a good experience for the whole family.
We don´t plan to undergo further chemical treatment, because he is completely okay. He walks like a normal person and he is 76 years old. He also attended the Somayag in Maheshwar and came to visit Tapovan 2 or 3 times, which is a ride of over 8 hours.
I also want to share the following experience of my friend’s mother, who was suffering from eczema, which is a skin disease and it made her skin look very dirty. This eczema was itching and she scratched for the whole night. She had it from the knees down to her feet and her arms and hands. She did not take food with her hands (like it is done in India) for 10 years, because her hands looked so very dirty and full of injuries.
When I met her, I advised her to start practice of Agnihotra. Within 10 days of starting with Agnihotra practice, she starting eating with her hands and all the injuries had cleared.
Another experience was with my friend’s father-in-law. He is a diabetic patient. He visited my friend, who also does Agnihotra daily, and stayed overnight. Due to his condition, the father-in-law used to get up 10 to 12 times every night to urinate.
The day he slept in Homa atmosphere he only went 3 or 4 times to the bathroom. He told everybody about his experience."
(Photo: Sanjay Kumar during his visit in Tapovan.)
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