Here is your chance to become part of the various activities carried out by the Peetham – spiritual, religious, and social welfare.

Veda Patḥaśala

Donations to Veda Patḥaśala

Vedas are universal. Vedic wisdom is universal knowledge. Vedas grant us the strength and provide us with the guidance to lead our materialistic lives in the path of dharma. Visakha Sri Sarada Peetham strives to preserve and transmit this knowledge to the future generations. Providing moral and monetary support to Vedadhyayanam is as pious an activity as learning, or teaching Vedas.


Contributions to Gośala

In Hinduism, the cow is believed to be representative of divine and natural beneficence and should therefore be protected and venerated. The most important form of worship in the Vedic culture is the sacrifice to God through yajna. For this the cow plays a crucial role as the provider of ingredients – ghee from cow’s milk is the prime ingredient used in all yajnas, and the other items of pancha-gavya* are used in many other rituals.
The Maṅgala Mantra – an ancient mantra of peace from Rig Veda, recited at the end of every Vedic ritual – pays homage to cows by equating them with the Brahmans [seekers/knowers of Higher Wisdom – the wisdom of the Being and the Supreme being and their relation].
svasti-prajā-bhyaḥ pari-pāla-yaṁtāṁ nyāyena mārgeṇa mahīṁ mahīśāḥ | go-brāhmaṇebhyaḥ śubham-astu nityaṁ lokāḥ samastāḥ sukhino-bhavaṁtu || auṁ śāntiḥ śāntiḥ śāntiḥ | And hence, worship of cow is equivalent to the worship of the entire Pantheon of Gods according to Hindu dharma. The Peetham provides a great opportunity to serve cows by your contribution towards maintenance of become part of Gośala.

[*Pancha-gavya is a group of five items obtained from cows namely milk, curd, ghee, goumutra (cow urine), and cow dung.]

Donations to Temples

Temples are spiritual centers of Hinduism where religious beliefs are formed, spirituality is awakened and personalities are developed. Hindu temples also act as the cultural and social hubs, where arts and skills are patronized and societal bonds are strengthened. Temples also function as centers for meditation where devotees find peace of mind and are guided along the path of dharma. Visakha Sri Sarada Peetham is providing maintenance for many temples in tune with its objectives of dissemination of Hindu dharma, preservation of our ancient culture and traditions, and welfare of the mankind. Become part of this noble mission by providing financial assistance.

Donations to Yajnas

yajño vai śreṣṭhatamaṃ karma | [Shatpath Brahman:]

Yajna is the Vedic ritual of votive offerings made to propitiate Gods in sacrificial fire, to receive benedictions – welfare of the entire creation, prosperity of the mankind, abundant rainfall, bountiful crops, victory at wars, health and long life, protection against pestilence, and such.
Visakha Sri Sarada Peetham performs specific yajnas according as the occasion, or the situation.

Padukā Dakshina, & Yati Bhiksha

Yati Bhiksha - the word yati means a sadhu or a sage. Yati Bhiksha means the offerings like food made to the sages residing in the Peetham.

Contributions towards Development of the Peetham

Visakha Sri Sarada Peetham is not only considered a spiritual centre but also a cultural centre. Development of the Peetham and expansion of its activities means spiritual awakening and welfare of a much larger society. The Peetham has been endeavouring to spread its wings across the world through a network of allied Peeṭhams. It’s our social and spiritual responsibility to contribute towards these noble efforts.

Talk to Us!

We will not share your information with any other person, or organization.