What was the thinking behind starting this project?

How did this Project start?

The experiences of one individual have influenced the development of this three-tier project and have since incorporated the perspectives of numerous other Dharmic individuals. The ultimate proposal, which aims to bring the Gita to more than 50% of the global population by 2050, in addition to two supplementary projects, has been released to the public and is now available on our website. Therefore, we urge individuals to focus on our Foundation’s goals rather than the individual responsible for them.

Why this Project? 
It is undeniable that the world we live in today is filled with chaos and turmoil. This chaos has taken a toll on various sections of society, including students, teachers, the unemployed, and the married. Even doctors are not spared from the overwhelming stress they face. Employees are made to work overtime, leaving no scope for them to spend with their families, and many of them are highly disturbed and are under psychiatric care. Industries are drowning in debt, and the middle-aged population is plagued with poor health. Business people find it impossible to find solace in sleep, and politics has become a messy battleground. The elderly live in constant fear of death, and nations are far from being content. Our soldiers, who sacrifice so much, cannot even find a moment of peace. On top of all these issues, the concept of God has become a source of conflict, leading to the loss of countless innocent lives. It is evident that no section of society or country is truly happy, and tension looms over everyone. The danger that awaits us remains unknown, yet we continue to persevere due to our love for our families and children. However, we must question how long we can endure in this chaotic world. Is it not time for us to pause and reflect on the crucial steps needed to create a peaceful world and ensure individual happiness? Let us do that now. Please spend a few minutes reading this document as we unveil the solution to the primary source of over 90% of the challenges society and individuals face.

We all know that Ignorance is the fundamental source of all our troubles. All subsequent challenges will stem from this primary culprit. If this affliction is not promptly confronted, our efforts to rectify society will be futile. People worldwide are becoming increasingly divided based on fictitious factors such as religion, nationality, race, caste, colour, gender, statehood, language, and more. This division is detrimental to both individuals and overall societal harmony. The level of hostility displayed on social media is beyond words. People are becoming highly charged and agitated over trivial matters, neglecting the real issues and consequently leading miserable lives. We have long forgotten how to love one another, sinking so low that individuals from different groups or belief systems cannot even acknowledge each other’s existence. It is disheartening to witness politicians from opposing parties, who claim to work towards the same cause, unable to spend even a few minutes together socially. When those who should set an example for citizens become catalysts for sectarian toxicity, it becomes imperative for society to undergo a complete correction. Therefore, we introduce our trio of initiatives to offer the optimal resolution to tackle the fundamental source of most global issues prevailing in the present era.

Were Indian Gurus a failure?
Numerous organizations and Corporate Leaders have expanded globally in the last century, achieving remarkable success and setting a solid foundation for organizations like ours to emulate. Their pioneering efforts have paved the way for our current endeavours. We thank these visionary individuals for their global initiatives, which have inspired us to follow suit. Regrettably, these organizations have only been able to reach approximately 1 million people of non-Indian descent, with Hindutva representing a mere 0.1%. The decline in the global Hindu population over the past century is concerning. We have not effectively disseminated the ancient wisdom to the wider world as we should have. Nonetheless, we have managed to shield India to a certain extent from the impact of insane religious ideologies.

It’s now or never!
Now, after the advent of the Internet and the revolution in Information technology, the future is wide open for the propagation of Sanatana Dharma. The IT boom has come like a light to us, and there is no scope for darkness to exist in place of light. So, the coming 20-30 years is a DO or DIE situation for Sanatana Dharma.

What is the thinking that went behind shaping this project?
Before we have concluded the project and the processes, we have considered the points below, and we herewith present them to you for your kind perusal. We request all our advisory members and donors understand our project, its vision, mission and approach to conclude whether or not to support this project.

1. Did Sanatana Dharma prevail worldwide at some point in the past?
2. Why has Sanatana Dharma been decimated since 2000 BCE?
3. To whom did Vyasa Bhagawan assign the task of taking his writings to people?
4. Are we successful in taking GITA wisdom all over the world?
5. When did so many languages exist, and what methods were followed to create Gurus in other world languages?
6. Did the wise resist the Asuras who invented and propagated the insane God theories?
7. For what reasons did irrational theories like “believe or die”, “believe and book a permanent seat in heaven”, and “believe and get cured of all the diseases” become widespread all over the world? Why could Jnana not face or win over Ajnana? How did darkness invade the light?
8. Why are people so fascinated and obsessed with Abrahamic faiths, even if they lack basic logic and common sense?
9. Why did the theories detrimental to fundamental rights and freedom of faith become so popular?
10. When we claim Gita to be mind-boggling, why are they not popular outside India?
11. Why are people not getting attracted to good? Is it not “Good” (or) Are we missing an effective way of marketing / presenting the “Good”?
12. Is it justified to teach the knowledge of the self to the world with Sanskrit at the forefront?
13. Is Sanskrit mandatory for people to understand “atma gyan”? Can’t we present the absolute truth in local languages? Does God hate communicating the Gita in regional languages?
14. How can we make Gita slokas easily recited by foreigners?
15. Is it justifiable to present entire sashtras to the world along with Gita, or should we keep it simple and restrict ourselves to Gita?
16. Do only Indians have brains?
17. Is righteousness (Dharma) a standard and uniform factor worldwide, or Are Indians alone synonymous with truth, character and righteousness?
18. If God is a Hindu God, why is he blessing people from other religions all over the world and vice versa?
19. Why has God put over 134 nations more peaceful in the “Global Peace Index rankings” than India and many nations more prosperous than India while we feel that we are the most blessed race on the planet?
20. Do all the seven rishis or 18 Shakti peeths belong to India and are unrelated to other continents? Is Mata Sita a daughter of Bharat Mata or Bhumata, which includes all seven continents?
21. Can India alone own the entire Vedic knowledge and the seven rishis, leaving nothing to the rest of the world? Are we overthinking or narrowly thinking and feeling more proud of ourselves, depriving other races and ethnicities of their self-esteem?
22. Do we have any solid clues as to how people sought God during the first three Yugas? Is Brahma jnana available to all varnas or only a few? If most people were dharmic during the first Yugas, what could have been the methods for passing the Brahma Gyan to the bottom-most people?
23. Is it reasonable to judge a person based on their birth affiliations and deprive him of the absolute truth?
24. Should one renounce their non-Vedic religious faith “upfront” to be eligible to learn Gita, or should the gurus master the art of teaching Gita Gyan to everyone, irrespective of their religion?
25. Should we impose an Indian dress code, Tilak, living style, eating habits, etc, to make a person learn Vedic knowledge?
26. Can we show the benefits of sticking to Dharma to an ordinary man in the most straightforward language that can be easily understood?
27. Have we reformed our teaching methods to suit people of all cultures in modern times?
28. When “bad” is marketed 24×7, can “good” be silent, expecting God Himself to come down and fix the “bad”? Is that silence a satvic swabhava?
29. Who is responsible for the mass killings going on in God’s name worldwide? How much share should we give Kali purush, and how much should a Brahma Jnani own?
30. How did India protect its native civilisation for 3500 years while the entire world’s cultures have been annihilated?
31. Lord Krishna gave Gita to the people of Kaliyuga at the end of Dwapara Yuga. When he presented the whole mechanics of life from a simple perspective, did we do justice to his wishes? Do we have a moral right to celebrate Krishna Janmashtami?
32. Why are the temple boards preserving their assets without utilising them to spread wisdom to the world? God has given many minerals on this mother earth for proper utilisation (consumption) by mankind. So, as the Food grains are to be stored in godowns and, after that, distributed to the public for their living, the temple reserves should also be utilised to spread “Dharma” to the world, which finally leads to Manahshanti for Individuals and Viswa Shanti in the society. One man has utilised the money he was blessed with, keeping a part of it for the next generations. Another man has not only preserved it but locked it and made a resolution or created a panic that opening the locker will create human loss worldwide. Both these people passed away and stood before Lord Yama, and the wise should think about who should be blessed and cursed for their next lives. We feel sad when wise people say that the milk offered to the Lord should not be used to feed a baby craving for milk. We request all the temple boards not to focus on keeping their treasure safe and become a reason for the decline of Sanatana Dharma but to think of spreading the “Mechanics of life” as proclaimed by Lord Krishna in Bhagawat Gita. The treasure (Dharmadaya) will be useless if Dharma cannot win over Adharma.
33. In the total number of living species in the 14 bhuvanas (3 lokas) that go to many decillions, the souls who took the human body could be a negligible decimal per cent. When getting a human body itself is so rare (durlabha), and when we say that the prime purpose of human birth is to know one’s true self, why are we treating most humans as unfit for spiritual wisdom?


Advisory Board

108-Member Honorary Advisory Board.

The organization has decided to have 108 individuals on the advisory board, representing diverse backgrounds and religious beliefs worldwide. Specifically, we aim to include 36 dharmic members from the film industry and celebrity circles, 36 experts in the teachings of the Gita, and 36 individuals from the business and humanitarian sectors. We have identified and initiated communication with 36 individuals covering all three categories, with plans to finalize the list by August 15th, 2024. The names of the individuals we invite to join the advisory board are provided in the team behind page (Link at the end of this page).

Why Advisory Board?

A project of such a great magnitude and truly secular approach needs to integrate the ideas of many sensible minds worldwide. Only then can we make the project one hundred per cent successful, leaving no chance for failure. When we are trying to clear the mess (sectarian toxicity) that has piled up in the hearts and brains of people for 4000 years, a broad spectrum of the advisory board is essential.

What do we expect from our Advisory board members?
1. Understand the Project Vision and Mission document.
2. Understand the need for Gita wisdom to the world.
3. Attend Advisory board meetings once every 6 months.
4. Suggestions to the Governing board on the methods and methodologies of taking Gita to the world without disturbing people’s current religious affiliations and sentiments.

The Advisory board shall meet once every 6 months to discuss the project status and the best methods to complete the activities as scheduled. The Governing body shall consolidate the advisory members’ suggestions and prepare an integrated action plan.

Term of Advisory Board Members:
The term will be for 5 years and will automatically expire and the core committee will discontinue 20% old members and will replace them with new members. 

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