Patanjali Gramodhyog launches Divya Jal now available in market

Yogrishi Swami Ramdevji Maharaj, while taking swadeshi campaign of Patanjali Gramodhyog further, inaugurated `Divya jal` plant in Lucknow. The capacity of the plant is 21,000 liters per day, which would be increased to 1 lakh leaders daily. The `Divya jal` ackaged pure drinking water is available in 1 liter bottle.

On the occasion, while repeating his pledge to support `swadeshi`, he called on to boycott foreign goods, prepared with zero technology and accept `swadeshi`. He said that after giving tough challenge to the multi-national companies in the field of herbal cosmetics and healthy good products, now it would pose serious challenge in packaged drinking water area. The quality of the packaged water has been evaluated on the strictest available measures. The original drinking water unit of Patanjali Gramodhyog is located in Kankhel, Haridwar but since Swamiji has pledged not to return to Patanjali Yogpeeth, till conclusion of the Parliamentary elections next year, `Divya jal` has been made available from Lucknow unit.

Yogrishi swami Ramdevji Maharaj said that had the nation taken the route of `swadeshi` and honesty, the nation would not have faced financial insecurity, anarchy, ncertainty, imbalance and poverty. He said that the `swadeshi` campaign is basically based on the values, as practiced by great freedom fighters and martyrs like Mahatma Gandhi, Tilak, Pt Ramprasad Bismil and Bhagat Singh. These great personalities believed that only `swadeshi` could pave way for selfdependency. Mahatma Gandhi, launched `swadeshi` drive, keeping `khadi` at the focus but unfortunately it was pushed to the corner.

Now Patanjali Gramodhyog, with the help of minor and domestic industries taking the cause of `swadeshi` forward. He said that on 2nd October, a national camp has been arranged in Haridwar for villagers, peasants and artisans to give training on `swadeshi` model of toxin-less farming and small- scale industries. In future, Patanjali gramodhyog is committed to open at least one unit in every state, where training of bio fertilizer, pesticides, cow-based farming, and small-scale industries would be provided besides complete literature on the subject.

Source : Yog Sandesh Oct 2013