Set up 2009, this trust provides education for underprivileged children. Initially the trust provided books and clothes to the children, now with the number of children growing; we have tied up with local schools to provide the education. Our institution pays the fees for the books and clothes and the schools take care of their education. In 2014, Vishva Kalyan Mission Trust funded the education of 350 students in Haridwar. We are looking at taking this number up to 700 students in the coming year.
Tentative hostel and school (CBSE Board). This will be a full-fledged CBSE Board school, with education imparted in Sanskrit & English (Sanskar & Education) Under Sanskar, subjects taught will include Yoga, values and spirituality, while English education will focus on subjects like Science and Maths. We have purchased a 54,000 sq.ft. plot of land along the banks of River Ganga for this project.1500 students have been funded over the last 5 years. Our first generation of students is now in Std. V of the local CBSE school.
He has an excellent command and indepth understanding of the ancient epics and philosophies as expressed and discussed in Mahabharata, Shrimad Bhagwad and Ram Charit Manas ‘Ramayan’. Following this phase of knowledge acquisition, he decided to seek silence as part of his spiritual evolvement. During this period, Shri Chinmayanand Bapu moved to Chitrakoot and meditated for long months on the banks of Mandakini river. While surviving only on fruit and vegetables, Bapuji carried on swadhyay (pursued self – learning) in the forests of Chitrakoot. Following this period of lone introspection and self learning, Shri Chinmayanand Bapu’s life for the past 20 years has revolved around swadhyay, meditation, discourses, katha vachan, religious education and welfare of people. Today, with a following of lakhs of devotees, he is fondly referred to as a philanthropist, national saint with a mission to propagate the universal ideals of humanitarianism and work for the welfare of people.