What We Do...
|| SHRADDHA ||
सिंहवत्सर्ववेगेन पतन्त्यर्थे किलार्थिनः॥
Temples address the physical, material, ecological and spiritual needs of communities around it. The revival of a temple revitalises social, economic and cultural activity of its surrounding. Samyukta Bharata envisages to achieve the restoration and rejuvenation of the cultural character of temples with community participation to rebuild Bharatvarsha with one temple at a time.
In the Hindu tradition, the cow is considered to be the earthly embodiment of Kamadhenu also known as Surabhi, a symbol of gentleness, motherhood, selflessness, harmony, tolerance, strength and endurance. Currently, Samyukta Bharata supports and promotes a Kerala-based gausadan that is home to 25 cows, calves and 03 buffaloes. In an attempt to empower communities and develop sustainable local economies, Samyukta Bharata has also taken up the endeavour to start and market a range of virgin gaushala-made products and other local offerings.
Revitalising our communities with Dharmic Consciousness is the need of the hour. Currently, Samyukta Bharata has adopted a basti and is working to spiritually empower its community by helping them imbibe Indic values, creating an atmosphere of self-learning, curiosity and social awareness as well as standing strong with them at all times. From distributing Dharmic literature to ensuring none sleep hungry amidst the lockdown, Samyukta Bharata is doing its best to contribute to community development with the principles of Dharma.
|| Sankalp ||
धर्मो रक्षति रक्षितः
Samyukta Bharata with your help and blessing distributed dry ration kits for our Parivar amidst the lockdown. We will be doing much more and with more diversity in the days to come to empower our communities and revitalise Dharma through the spirit of Samvardhaka.
|| shakti ||
सा विद्या या विमुक्तये ll
Dharmashram is an interactive Indic school for those interested and curious in exploring the world of Sanatana Dharma, Indic philosophy and knowledge systems with their application in our times of evolving modernity. Open to all ages in curated batches from a pantheon of gurus across different Vidyasthanas covering Śāstras of different forms of Vidyā, Jñāna and Kālā.
School of the Shlokhas
ShlokaShaala is a community endeavour dedicated to learning, scientific reciting and understanding the meaning and application of different shlokhas in their original form thereby also bringing us closer to Sanskrit, the Mother of the Vedas. Open to all age groups, it is a light weekend course where Sanskrit vidvats will take us through the divine lines gifted to us by our ancestors in order to get into the practice of scientific recitation, meaningful indulgence and popularise Spoken Sanskrit. The upcoming session will be taken by Sri. Abhinav Kadambi.
An Indological pursuit
With Shodhabhyas, our vision is to conduct and encourage the development of a strong research and communication ecosystem covering different disciplines in the Indic space with necessary scientific rigour. Different knowledge outcomes such as literature, art forms and technology are explored and communicated to enrich the Indic ecosystem. Soon to be launched.