Vedic culture is the earliest culture of this world. It is based on the fundamentals of Vedas. Yajna (a ritual also known as Hawan or Homa, which usually involves offerings to the holy fire) is the heart of Vedic Dharma (Vedic code of conduct). The tradition of Yajna has been in existence since time immemorial in Aryavartta (the land of Aryans, an ancient name of India), the country now called India. Many types of Yajna have always been in practice.
The word Yajna is derived from the Sanskrit word Yaj, which implies three meanings, i.e. Devapuja(worshipping deities), Sangatikaran(to accompany the appropriate) and Daan(donation). Yajna fulfils our material desires. The legendary King Dashrath (from the epic Ramayana) also had to conduct the Putreshti Yajna (A Yajna to get a son). It was Shringi Rishi who conducted this Yajna.
The divine master, Sadugu Acharya Shri Swantantradeo Ji Maharaj is the present Sadguru since 1969, when He was only 22. Very calm, kind an soothing, yet possessing a magnificent personality, He leasds and inspires millions world wide as the Messenger of true spirituality.
As His name says, He blesses the disciples with liberation from miseries and ignorance and finally grants Moksha- the ultimate liberation to the deserving.