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Yug Nirmaan Yojna

Points Description
Aims & Objectives
  • Rise of divinity in man, descent of heaven on earth.
  • Individual, familial and social upliftment.
  • Healthy body, pure mind and civilized society.
  • Atmavat sarvabhooteshu (all living beings are soulkins), Vashudhaiv kutumbkam (Entire earth is the our family).
  • One nation, one language, one religion, one government.
  • Everyone should get equal opportunity for self-growth irrespective of caste, color or creed.
  • Declaration and initiation of the Yojana (Plan) by
  • Yug-rishi (Seer-sage of present era), Vedmurty (Assimilator of the knowledge of Vedas), Taponishtha (Ascetic) Pandit Sriram Sharma Acharya (embodiment of PrakharPragya ).
  • Vandaniya Mata (Revered Mother) Bhagwati Devi Sharma, consort and soul-mate of Acharyasri (embodiment of Sajal Shraddha).
  • Three Pillars of Strength
  • Will and Patronage of Almighty.
  • Spiritual Guidance of Rishis (Seers).
  • Active Participation of enlightened masses.
  • Two Rules for Self-refinement
  • Noble deeds flow out of noble thoughts.
  • Simple living- High thinking.
  • Basic Programs
  • Moral, intellectual and social transformation.
  • Public education through various media, using the religious platform.
  • Dissemination of Gayatri (collective wisdom) and Yagya (cooperative virtuous demeanor).
  • Our Declaration
  • Self - transformation will lead to the transformation of society; self-refinement will lead to global refinement.
  • Twenty-first Century- Heralds advent of Golden age.
  • Love humanity - Serve humanity.
  • Our Emblem
  • Red Torch - Powerful collective effort for Era-transformation.
  • Our Manifesto
  • 18 pledges for individual and collective refinement.
  • Our Firm Beliefs
  • Man is the maker of his own destiny.
  • A man is what he thinks and does.
  • Man and woman are not opponents; they complement each other.
  • Four Formulae for Fulfilling Life
  • Sadhana (Self-refinement).
  • Swadhyaya (Study of enlightening literature).
  • Sanyam (Self-control).
  • Seva (Service).