Sri Vyasa Madhwa Samshodhana Pratishthana is dedicated to create the awareness among
the people about the teachings of Madhwa and to highlight the relevance of these in
everyday life. Religion is no religion if it does not uplift us as better human beings
in our dealings with men and matters. We are doing our little bit towards this objective,
through publications and discourses.
The publications cater to those who are seriously interested in knowing our ancient scriptures
and their full import. The Pravachanas are for folk who are busy grappling their day-to-day
problems, to relax and ponder to re-orient their priorities and values, which would make their
life more meaningful and pleasant. The response to these Pravachanas is overwhelming. We received
several requests from within the country and abroad to devise a convenient method, for them to
hear these discourses in the comfort of their own homes. It is this, which has prompted us to web-cast
the discourses and post them on the internet.
For our traditional values to remain active and dynamic, there should be a large number of people
practicing them and a sufficient number to preach and propagate these on a sustained basis. With
this in view, one of the projects that the Pratishthana will be initiating is to encourage more
candidates to take up Vedantic studies. The Pratishthana will scout for talent and provide financial
and other support to enable them to complete their studies. On completion, it would help them in
getting assignments. Another project, which is on right now, is the life -time pension scheme
for aged scholars who have rendered valuable service to community, during their prime time, who need
financial support now. We are also providing educational assistance to bright young students,
who do not have adequate financial resources to pursue their studies.
While these are a few of our programmes, we will constantly strive for the betterment of our community
and to nourish our ancient values which have the strength to save us from the degradation we see
all around us.
सर्वे जनाः सुखिनो भवन्तु
"Sarve Janaha Sukhino Bhavantu"