Activities

There are regular classes at the Ashram on Upanishads, Sanskrit, Bhagavad Gita and Shat Darshananas (six schools of Indian philosophy) like Sankhya, Mimamsa etc. and others conducted by the resident Acharyas. These sessions start at 7am and go on till 5pm with breaks in between. Essentially there are around 5-6 hours of classes which are attended by the resident students as well as seekers coming from other Ashrams and places.

The teachings are carried out in the traditional method and the Acharyas are available outside of class timings to take queries from the students and guide them in the best possible manner.

The day starts with Bhashya Paranayam and ends with evening Arati at the Shankara Hall.

Vidyashankari: This is an educational/medical aid project started by the Peeth in the aftermath of 2013 floods. After the floods the Peeth trust organised relief material for the flood affected families and Sadhus. Since the education of the children residing in the area was affected, the trust decided to help them by sponsoring their education with the help of generous donors. There are about 50 children who are getting educational aid from the trust. The Peeth trust is also supporting Kashika, an organisation aimed at facilitating better education for Himalayan kids, in its efforts.

Publication of Complete works of Adi Shankaracharya: The Vidyapeeth is supporting Arsha Vidya Prathishtanam, Kerala for avery special academic project called the “Sri Sankara Sarasvata Sarvasvam”. This project involves preparing and publishing the entire available 155 books ascribed to Adi Shankaracharya. These will be brought out in 18 volumes in different languages. In 2016, the first set of 5 volumes in Malayalam was brought out and the work is on for the remaining ones. This project is carried out under the guidance of our resident Acharya Swami Haribrahmendrananda Teertha ji. For more information on the project, you can visit arshvidya.info

 

1. Classes at the Peeth are open to all on prior permission from the Acharyas. A valid ID proof for name, date of birth and address will be required. Interested students can contact the Peeth office.
2. The books required for studies are provided by the Peeth.
3. Meeting with our Acharyas for sincere spiritual discussion can be organised on prior permission from office or the Acharyas.
4. The Peeth doesn’t provide accommodation to outstation students. However, we can provide guidance and support in finding accommodation.
5. The Peeth provides access to private collection of books on prior permission. Interested students can check with the Acharyas for the same.