In order to fulfil the sanstha’s vision & mission, various types of vedic adhyayan & adhyapan centric study programs for different age groups are being conducted at the Darshanalaya every year. In this section, we provide you with an overview of various study programs.
Under this program, ‘Upanishads’ with ‘Shakarbhaasya’ study is being given to satisfy the thirst for knowledge among gruhasthas. Residential camps for the indepth study are conducted thrice a year for those who are interested in the study of ‘Vedanta’ and ‘Sanskrit’ by devoting certain time on a periodic basis. Since several years, many interested sadhaks are regularly participating in this program.
As per Hindu tradition, ‘Grihasthashram’ stage has special importance. Warm relationships amongst individuals of the family, capacity to understand and endure each other makes the family life truly pleasant. You can get these values only if you live in the traditional way of living. In this gyansatra, parents as well as children from 5 to 15 years are taught their responsibilities towards their families through scripture based examples and various activities. This gyansatra is planned to fulfil the above objectives.
Mahapaarivarik Gyansatra – Entire family including grand parents can participate
Vaidic Samskar Satra – Yuva (Youth)
This satra is arranged to introduce vaidic shashtra among school as well as college going yuva (youth) whose age is above 16 years and below 25 years. Different subjects which will provide essential guidance for all round development of life as well as raise spiritual growth are covered in this satra. This satra is conducted during the summer vacation in the month of May.
Vaidic Smaskar Satra – Prathamik & Madhyamik (Primary & Secondary)
This satra is arranged to inculcate samskara of vedic sanskriti, develop faith in scriptures so that love towards the god builds within them. This satra is arranged during the summer vacation in the month of May during which students are made conscious about their goals towards study and life through various activities. Additionally, students are given guidance to develop their memory-power and concentration.
Vaidic Samskar Satra – Prathamik (Primary) – students of standard 4th and all those who have appeared for standard 5th examinations
Vaidic Samskar Satra – Madhyamik (Secondary) – students who have appeared for standard 6th to 9th examinations
At Darshanalaya, festivals like Guru Purnima, Mahashivratri etc. are celebrated with utmost devotion and fervor. Devotees from different parts of the country come to the Darshanalay for attending the puja. On these days, puja starts in the morning and ends with mahaprasad at noon. Devotees are accommodated in various residential complexes with prior intimation.