“Be kind whenever possible. It is always possible.” – The Dalai Lama
Our mission is to spread the knowledge and teachings of Bhagavad Gita in an inquiry-based,non-authoritarian manner that will help the modern mind to blossom to its fullest potential.
The applied knowledge of Bhagavad Gita can enable men and women from all walks of life in modern society to live a powerful work-life of greater efficiency, creativity and productivity, a meaningful social life of greater responsibility and harmony, and an enlightened inner life of greater self-mastery, peace, freedom and happiness.
1. Karma Yoga
Naranarayan Seva: We live in a country of contrasts where unimaginable luxury and riches rubs its shoulder with dire poverty and miserable slums. There are 1.2 billion people in India. We have the second largest population of billionaires, and yet 75% of the people are living on less than Rs.150, i.e. $2.00 a day, and many are striving just to get their daily meals.
Seva or selfless service can be one of the most powerful means and tools of spiritual growth. Naranarayan Seva is service to God in humans. Any and all services, if done in proper spirit, is accepted by God enshrined in the heart of all living beings. Lord Krishna said in Bhagavad Gita “In all sacrifices, I am the enjoyer.” One of our endeavors along the line of Karma Yoga is to provide meals, dresses, medicines, medical helps for those who need it most. We organize camps for serving meals and medicines to the poor and the needy.
Clean the Ganga- Social Awareness:
The River Ganga, a lifeline for millions of Indians, is adored by the Hindus from time immemorial. Ganga is critical to the health, prosperity, environment, ecosystem and spirituality of the millions living on the Northern Alluvial Plains of India. The river is used for drinking, power generation, irrigation, fish production, and religious rituals.
But the most sacred river in India has been under constant threat of pollution by sewage and industrial waste, disposal of dead bodies, deforestation, excessive use of fertilizers and pesticides, and other waste materials.
Our humble mission is to create increasing awareness among the people and the Government to take appropriate and corrective measures to ensure that the sanctity of this highly adored river is protected and maintained. Ganga river water should be maintained at its highest quality and purity levels.
2. Gnana Yoga
We truly believe that the applied knowledge of Bhagavad Gita can make you a better individual on personal as well as social level. Our mission is to bring the teachings of Bhagavad Gita for personal growth to millions of people around the world.
3. Dhyana Yoga
Bhagavad Gita Society organize Bhagavad Gita meditation programs to teach meditation as elaborated in the Bhagavad Gita. We teach Bhagavad Gita workshops locally and globally as a way to empower men and women with the benefits of Knowledge and meditation from the Bhagavad Gita. Our Bhagavad Gita courses and workshops are designed in a manner so that the participants experience the connection of body, mind and spirit, and they also begin to see their interconnectedness with all beings. This understanding of interconnectedness can make a difference to the way you think, feel, see and interact with the world.It makes you kinder, more peaceful and forgiving.
We arrange Omkara yoga retreats and workshops under this program. We also organize meditation camps for students to enhance the moral, personal and spiritual development of students, whatever their background, worldview or specific religious affiliation.