Hinduism always teaches compassion, love and humanity. With the course of time, some people introduced practices which does not support the values of Hindu religion. Therefore, the main objective of our organization is -
• To promote Dharmic values amongst the youth
• To make all the Dharmacharyas of all the sampradayas (religions) of Hindu Dharma stand united.
• To make significant attempts in the removal of social evils.
• To generate awareness about Sanatan Dharma
Vision and Mission
Hinduism is not a religion, but it teaches us a way of living life in harmony with nature- this is the message we want to spread in society. With this vision, let us live and follow the Sanatan dharma practices.
The mission of our organization is to serve and protect Hindu dharma. We are working to strengthen all the Hindu organizations across the globe which will help us to promote values and practices of Sanatan Dharma amongst the people.
We would like to spread its beliefs and practices globally. We will make all the Dharmacharyas of all the sampradayas of Hindu religion to stand united and work cordially. The continuous efforts will be made in removing social evils existing in the society like untouchability, discrimination on the grounds of caste, color, creed, and sex. We want to serve the society and work for its welfare based on the ethics of Bharatvarsha. Therefore, we are working at the grass-root level to cultivate the feeling of self-realization and religious pride.
We are a cultural and social organisation registered with the government. We are highly committed to the welfare of all the Hindu communities all around the country. A very owned and a team of dedicated volunteers working for the social cause with their voluntary services and efforts. We follow all the variants and perspectives of all the philosophies that are transferred to us through generations. We preach on Hinduism, one of humanity's oldest religion.
Our Objectives are to create proud, self-respecting, and valiant Hindu society. The objective we serve here is to consolidate and serve the Hindu society. To make them learn the ultimate goal of life- Atma Janana or self-realisation. We want to make a very active, endeavouring, and effective presence in protecting the Dharma and give a group effort in every town and village for the noble cause. Also, we have a wide spectrum of our service projects in the field of health, education, self-empowerment, etc.
We always put efforts to unite the younger generation towards the Dharmik values and grooming them from the grass-root level. Also, there are no severe or bounded rules here. Individuals can choose any way that suits them the best.
Now why we always lay attention to promoting Sanatan Dharam? What is the significance of encouraging the youth towards such an old belief? So, let's dive into the deep roots when and how it gained its place.
Before getting started, let's start learning about the word Sanatan dharma- it is the oldest living religion, as many scholars say, which induces a lot of customs and beliefs in it. Being one of the most popular and dominant religions in Southeast Asia, it's many sacred texts (mostly in Sanskrit and vernacular languages) served as a medium of spreading it at a global level. As of the start of the 21st century, it has almost one billion supporters on a world graph and is the religion of about 80% of the population in India.