Aims And Objectives

The Objectives and Constitution of the Trust are as follows –

The main purpose of the trust is to honor the glory of the Adi Shakti Peetha of Sharada the mother goddess of learning, which is presently located in Sharadi village on the banks of the Neelum River of Pakistan Occupied Kashmir, whose ancient name is Krishna Ganga.

This trust will do the work of connecting the world to the glorious mythological tradition of this holy pilgrimage temple of Mother Sharda, which conferred the title of Jagadguru to Adi Shankaracharya and a world-class spiritual university for propagating Sanatan Dharma, Tantra, philosophy and Vedic teachings.
The main purpose of this trust is to operate.
i. To operate Vedic Gurukul system, In that Vedic Gurukul, the study and research of the four Vedas and the Brahmin Vedic texts etc. could be done by the Sanatan system.
ii. To do research work on the history of Sanatan dharma and Hindu civilization.
iii. To advance human beings by giving spiritual initiation to attain divine knowledge and best science.
iv. To find those extinct chapters of world history that will establish unity among the nations of the whole world.
v. To awaken the lost faith of the people towards the Hindu temples, Devasthals, fragmented by the foreign invaders and to organize the faith of the devotees towards all the eternal pilgrimages.
vi. Organizing Hindu scholars, organizing conferences etc. from time to time, so that society can unite to propagate Indian philosophy, principles and religion.
vii. To conduct ‘camp’ for Yoga, Ayurveda, Panch Gavya Medicine, Spiritual Tantra, Astrology, Vastu, Yajna and so on.
viii. To provide employment for the advancement of Vedic farming system, cow protection, environment protection, and Ayurveda.
ix. To provide scholarships for PhD researchers doing research on Sanskrit and Vedic Sciences.
x. To Performing service in Kumbh and Ardh Kumbh fairs etc. by sages and saints.
xi. Re-establishing the tradition of Jagadguru degree in the field of religion, knowledge, science and spirituality.