An Ashram which is a symbol of social unity
Seekers who are devoted to the Nation and Dharma
Seekers are taught how to love the Nation and Dharma. Since this creates brotherhood with respect to the Nation and Dharma, there is unity.
No discrimination based on caste or class
Every seeker makes efforts for ego removal so as to achieve the ultimate goal of God-realisation. Hence, seekers do not have thoughts about caste or class etc. They do not even know the caste or class of seekers who have been staying with them for long. As a result, seekers of various castes, classes and sects reside together in the Sanatan Ashram blissfully. This proves that when people have the ultimate goal of Godrealisation, a harmonious society can be created.
Energy source for the mission of protecting Nation & Dharma
Various sections in the Ashram are creating awareness about the Nation and Dharma under the guidance of Paratpar Guru (Dr) Athavale. This Ashram has become an energy source for devout Hindus.
Dharmasatsangs in ‘Sanatan Kalamandir’
370 Dharmasatsangs that provide education on Dharma have been prepared and telecast on national and local TV channels.
Spiritual texts on comprehensive Spirituality
Over 7.4 million copies of 311 Spiritual texts in 17 languages have been published on Spiritual practice, Nation, Dharma etc. as of October 2018.
Awareness through periodicals and websites
Awareness about the Nation and Dharma is being created through the ‘Sanatan Prabhat’ periodicals and websites such as ‘HinduJagruti.org’.
Sanatan Purohit Pathashala (Priest School)
This school is functioning to mould priests who will perform religious rituals in the Hindu society as
part of their spiritual practice.