The seers and sages (rishis) of the Vedic Age had a reach in the deepest depth of human psychology and the mysteries of Nature. The altruistic path to life preached by them is therefore universal and eternal source of all round happiness and progress.
The founder of Gayatri Pariwar pioneered the resurrection of the Rishi culture by simultaneous renaissance and expansion of the reformative and constructive endeavours of the leading Rishi of the Vedic Age. He reviewed the immortal contributions of the divine culture of India to the rest of the world and endeavoured for nurturing and re-establishing the foundational elements of the Indian Culture and the roots of its divine nature in new scientific light through several activities of the Gayatri Pariwar.
The Vedic Culture emanates from Gayatri and Yagya. The philosophy, science and sadhana methods of Gayatri and the rituals of Yagya lie in the heart of the mission. These are studied and revived in new scientific light. Propagation of these in ideal vedic tradition by the mission has eliminated the misconceptions and brought in sight the righteous knowledge and enormous benefits of doing yagyas of different kinds and practising Gayatri Meditation.
Higher-level research on Gayatri Mantra and the scientific effects of Yagya is also carried out in the mission's research center..
Vishvamitra - The power of GayatrI Mahamantra according to the tradition of Vishvamitra Risi and to establish a Siddhaotha GayatrI Tirtha.
Vyas - To write books and eighteen volumes of Pragya Puran.
Patanjali : To extend the science and philosophy of yog-sadhana.
Parashuram- To build up an atmosphere of refined and ennobling vibrations by eradicating evil tendencies from the minds of the people.
Charak- To conduct scientific research and popularise use of medicinal herbs.
Yagyavalkya : To heal and set right mental disorders by holistic treatments of yagyopathy.
Jamadagni: To establish Sadhanct-Aravyaks for promoting the growth of goodness and character building .
Narada: To lead wandering life of a religious mendicant (parivrajak) with the aim of imparting true knowledge and guidance for the spread of religious and spiritual consciousness .
Aryabhatta : To provide guidance through the medium of ethics to the administrative set-up .
Shankaracharya : To build up Pragya sansthans at different places.
Pippalada : To promote all-round health with the help of proper dieting (char-kaipa).
Soot-Shounik : To convene Pragya sammelans from place to place for educating the masses .