Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Members of the Arya Samaj believe in one God and arya samaj havan mantra in hindi pdf the worship of idols.
The schools gave separate educations to boys and girls based on ancient Vedic principles. Fifty students were enrolled in its first year. At the schools, students received all meals, lodging, clothing and books free of charge. Dayanand had difficulty finding qualified teachers who agreed with his views on religious reform.
There were few textbooks which he considered suitable. Funding was sporadic, attendance fluctuated and students did not achieve desired standards and so some schools closed soon after opening. The last remaining school at Farrukhabad closed in 1876. This reform organization, founded in 1828, held many views similar to those of Dayanand. Dayanand disagreed with the Brahmo Samaj about the proper position of the Vedas. Dayanand strongly held the Vedas to be divine revelation.
Although Sanskrit garnered respect, in Hindi, Dayanand reached a much larger audience. His ideas of reform began to reach the poorest people. Dayanand speak, a local government official called Jaikishen Das encouraged Dayanand to publish a book about his ideas. From June to September 1874, Dayanand dictated a series of lectures to his scribe, Bhimsen Sharma. The lectures recorded Dayanand’s views on a wide range of subjects. On 20 October, 1874, Dayanand arrived in Bombay.