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A sage, a visionary and a reformer, the Acharya initiated Yug Nirman Yojna - a movement for mass transformation. He lived a disciplined life of devout austerity, visited Himalayas several times and attained spiritual eminence.

It is time that we awaken, change our attitude and expand our sensitivities to the changing times by transforming our thoughts. Thought provoking - life transforming literature has been the basis of this mission initiated for transformation of era.

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Truly rare and insightful writing on Science of Gayatra Mantra, Sadhana, and Yagya.

Unique movement of Vichar Kranti with the very first issue of "Akhand Jyoti" in 1939. The first book he wrote was "Mein Kya Hun?", an Upanishad level work on the knowledge of Real-self

Complete treatise, in Hindi, of the entire Vedic Scripture (the Vedas, Upanishads, Darshanas, Purans and Smrities.

Recognition by Major Libraries : including IIT Mumbai, State University of Pennsylvania, Sydney University,Western Railway Hindi Division-Mumbai, Bhandarkar Oriental Research Institute-Pune

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International Day of Yoga - 21st JUNE 2015

Think like a Gyanyogi (seeker of righteous knowledge), act like a Karmayogi (one who undertakes righteous deeds) and develop compassion like a Bhaktiyogi (one who practices complete devotion to the Supreme Consciousness). Whatever extraordinary capability is attained as an outcome of this spiritual endeavor, employ it (with humble feelings of self and society development) for eradicating the suffering and moral degradation of the masses; this alone is the true meaning and significance of Yoga.

- Pt. Shriram Sharma Acharya

World Health Organization (WHO) has recognized physical, mental, emotional and social wellbeing as the four basic elements of holistic health. Yoga is capable of ensuring holistic health of human beings in all these four aspects; hence, it was one of the primary contributors in making India a strong nation and teacher of the world (Jagadguru) in ancient times. [...] The aim of Yoga is not just to cure diseases, but instead to protect the health and provide holistic development.

Celebrating Yoga Day

United Nations has decided to celebrate 21st June as the "International Day of Yoga". This is a welcome acknowledgement of the importance of Yoga, which is one of the greatest heritage transferred to the modern world by the ancient saints and sages.

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