Objectives of Arya Dharma Trust

To contribute our mite in the restoration of various ancient Historic temples whose dilapidated and deserted remains are the sole reminders of the past glory of our dharma, bhakthimargam, and illustrious saints who propagated them

To advocate and propagate Nama Keerthan (singing the Glory of Lord) as it is the only way to provide spiritual upliftment as well as liberation from mundane worldly existence in this Kaliyuga as prescribed by Sanathana Dharma in different parts of Vedas.



To contribute our mite to the needy Temples for daily Poojas and also for poojas on Special Occasions (Annual Celebration etc...)

To arrange for discourses by very eminent and efficient personalities on a variety of topics including the greatness of Sanatana dharma.

To perpetuate learning of Vedas, which verily is the lifeline of India and the essence of Sanatana Dharma by establishing Patashala (Schools) in traditional Gurukula Style.

Go Samrakshna: To the Sanatana dharma, the cow symbolizes all other creatures. The Cow is the symbol of Earth, the Nourisher, and the ever-giving, undemanding provider. It represents life and sustenance of life. It is the symbol of grace and abundance. In the Vedas, cows represent wealth and joyous Earthly life (Rig- Veda (4.28.1:6)

Dinacharya, (Daily Regimens) such as waking up early morning, prayer, yoga meditation, visiting nearby sacred places such as temples, etc. are all wonderful therapeutic agencies in building up peace and happiness within an individual. Also serving the downtrodden brings God closer to us, where we can impose happiness in our hearts. So “Service” in this world is the highest prayer and loving the people around us is the Greatest Devotion.


Vridhasram: Establish a home for Aged, Orphans, Destitute, Special children, and Physically Challenged.

We have no other alternative than to work, it is our liberty to serve and work for society. We have freedom entitled luxuriously. Choose the right work and service that can be a spirit of love, affection, sincerity, dedication, sacrifice, and absolute joy.