The 10 Principles of Arya Samaj. God is the original source of all that is known by spritual knowledge and the physical sciences. He alone ought to be worshipped. The Vedas are the books of all True knowledge.
10 Golden Principles of Arya Samaj
Veds are the most ancient scriptures known to mankind. All Hindus follow Vaidic principles in essence but Arya Samaj stresses on the practical interpretation of Vaidic scriptures. Later on June 24, in Lahore he amended them and thus finally 10 basic principles of Arya Samaj were framed as the guiding force. These principles not only simplified the life of a common man but also gave him a comprehensive, moderate and realistic view of life. Principles of Arya Samaj. God is Existent, Intelligent and Blissful. To Him alone worship is due.
Principle One: God is the original source of all that is true knowledge and all that is known by physical sciences. IT alone must be worshipped. It is the paramount duty of all Aryas to read them, to teach them to others, to listen to them and to recite them to others. Principle Four: All persons should always be ready to accept the truth and renounce the untruth. Principle Five: All acts ought to be performed in conformity with dharma Righteousness and Duty i. Principle Six: The primary object of the Arya Samaj is to do good to the whole world i. Principle Seven: Your dealings with all should be regulated by love and due justice in accordance with the dictates of dharma righteousness. Principle Eight: Avidyaa illusion and ignorance is to be dispelled, and Vidyaa realisation and acquisition of knowledge should be promoted. Principle Nine: None should remain satisfied with one's own elevation only, but should incessantly strive for the social upliftment of all, realise one's own elevation in the elevation of others.
Arya Samaj "Noble Society" is a monotheistic Indian Hindu reform movement that promotes values and practices based on the belief in the infallible authority of the Vedas. The samaj was founded by the sannyasi ascetic Dayanand Saraswati on 10 April Arya Samaj was the first Hindu organization to introduce proselytization in Hinduism. An alternative date for the foundation of the samaj is 24 June because it was then, in Lahore when the samaj became more than just a regional movement based in Punjab. Between and , Dayanand began his efforts to reform orthodox Hinduism in India. He established Gurukul Vedic schools which emphasised Vedic values, culture, Satya virtue and Sanatana Dharma the essence of living. The schools gave separate educations to boys and girls based on ancient Vedic principles. The Vedic school system was also to relieve Indians from the pattern of a British education. The first Vedic school was established at Farrukhabad in