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The Statue Of Equality Project is a dedication to the great icon of Equality, Sri Ramanujacharya Swamy. He created ripples in the society 1000 years ago with His revolutionary thoughts and brought the neglected on the same platform on par with the elite when the society was gripped with social evils of untouchability and class-based discrimination. He was the first one to bring the down-trodden into temples and give the “Ashtakshari Manthra” to the common man, denying all odds.
Vikasa Tarangini initiated Women Health Care Project “Mahila Arogya Vikas” in 2007. Our dedicated medical staff of doctors and practitioners organized 1100+ Free Camps and treated 10+ lakh women suffering from breast cancer and cervical cancer.
Netra Vidyalaya is a non-profit, non-sectarian educational facility with quality programs for children who are blind or visually disabled.
Jeeyar Gurukulams provide educaion for tribal children in an environment conducive to learning and increase the literacy rate among the tribal students.
Vikasa Tarangini has been actively providing free food and nutrition assistance to people belonging to low socio economic status as well as to pilgrims. On an average, food is distributed in 30+ VT and JET centers across the world.
HH Pedda Jeeyar Swamiji performed Narayana Ashtakshari Koti Havana Maha Krathu at Badari Asram in 1952 ! Since then Annadanam is performed to Sadhus in our Ashtakshari Kshethram every year during all the open days.
Importance of Go:matha:
The cow is called “Gow” in Samskrit. The holy scriptures of Sana:thana Dharma including the Rig Veda, the Yajurveda, the Upanishads, and the Pura:na:s refer the cow as “Go:ma:tha” (meaning “Cow – the Mother”).
Such is the importance of go:ma:tha that she is extolled in the holy scriptures with the sayings “Ga:vo: Viswasya Ma:tharaha” which means “Cows are the mothers in the Universe”
JUNIOR COLLEGE FOR BLIND
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