Sant Janardan Swami Mission and their aims to establishment:

Sant Janardan Swami Mission is apolitical, anti-sectarian spiritual organizations which have been engaged in numerous forms of humanitarian, community services for more than a century. It is a registered Mission inspired by the ideals of renunciation and service of the spiritual leaders to serve millions of men, women and children without any distinction of caste, creed and culture etc.

This organization was brought into existence by the holy soul Sant Janardan Swami (1914-1989), the great 19th century saint from Maharashtra who is regarded as the telepathist of the Modern Age and his number of the disciples are foremost thinkers and religious leaders of the present age, who is regarded as 'one of the main moulders of the modern world'. This spiritual establishment have set in a motion for expand of universal spiritual movement which has been silently working for more than a number of years to catalyst the spiritual regeneration of humanity.

The chief mechanism of this ongoing cosmic transformation is India's ancient religious philosophy known as Vedanta. Although several other systems of philosophy arose in India at different times, they were confined to small groups. Vedanta alone has remained the dominant philosophy of India's religious tradition from Vedic times to the present day. In modern times this ancient system of thought has been purified, unified and energised by the divine Sadguru Sant Janardan Swami, and expounded the modern idiom by his followers and thus made available to all groups throughout world without any distinctions of caste, creed or race.

The Sant Janardan Swami order does not believe in conversion, nor does it indulge in the occult or the sensational. The order places utmost importance on personal spiritual unfoldment and selfless service was inspired by the idea of the harmony of all faiths; its centers encourage adherents of different faiths to meet in a spirit of friendship and mutual appreciation, and to learn from one another without having to give up one's own faith. In the words of Sant Janardan Swami: "God has made different religions to suit different aspirants lives in different countries ... all doctrines are only so many paths; but a path is by no means God Himself. Indeed one can reach God if one follows any of the paths with whole-hearted devotion."

Motto:The motto of the organization is Shiva Jnane Jiva Seva, " to take Knowledge of Lord Shiva for the wellbeing of the humankind" .

Ideals:Work as worship, potential divinity of the soul and harmony of religions are three of the noteworthy ideals on which this organization are based. It is this ideal of service to man as service to God that sustains the large number of hospitals, dispensaries, mobile medical units, schools, colleges, Universities and rural development centers and many other social service institutions run the this spiritual organization on the basis of Sant Janardan Swami Doctrine.

Yesya Vedamayi Vani,
Yesya Devamayi Tanu,
Yesya Brahmamayi Drushti,
Sa: Guru Patu ma Sada .
Sant Janardan Swami world

Educational Work and Medical Services in Rural and Tribal Areas:

During natural or man-made disasters, the Missionӳ work includes primary relief with food, clothes, medicine and permanent relief activities like construction of new full-fledged townships, bridges, and roads, sometimes a project going.

The Missionӳ publication centres bring into being some of the best publications on religion, philosophy, and spiritual culture institutes.

Spreading Vedanta Philosophy and Culture:The Mission widen the spiritual teachings and cultural ideals through a large number of public libraries, lectures, discourses and seminars, audio-visual units, exhibitions, museums, retreats and publishing books, journals, etc. There are Books on Vedanta, the message of Sant Sadguru Janardan Swamiӳ spirituality and world religions in almost all the major languages of India and in some of the considerable languages of other countries.

The Founding Vision of Mission

The Mission was originated at Latita Panchami Anniversary of his divine grace Sant Sadguru Janardan Swami (Moungiri) Maharaj in 2012. From the inception of Sant Janardan Swami Mission is apolitical, anti-sectarian spiritual organization for the expansion of traditional and cultural work dedicated to the study of Self Knowledge and ancient Sanskrit scriptures which have been pursued over last 3 eras in the development of numerous humanitarian, educational and social service activities. The Mission is based on the following principles:

The Gita and Bhagwat state that the all-pervading God is the final source of all work and the receiver of the fruits of all sacrifices. In future all work is to be done in the form of worship and the fruits of actions will be formally offered to the Lord.

One of the most important principles learned from Sant Sadguru Janardan Swami was Shiva Jnane Jiva Seva, 'to serve Jiva as Shiva'. Since man is potentially divine, service to man is indeed service to God. Instead of perceiving a needy person as an object of pity, he is looked upon as an object of worship. Such an attitude elevates both the contributor and the receiver.

Sant Janardan Swami was to speak for the poor and the demoralized and to state confidently, 'He who sees Shiva in the poor, in the weak and the sickening, really worships Shiva; and Šwith him Shiva is happier than with the man who sees Him only in temples.' Sant Janardan Swami conceived the word daridra-narayana to refer to the poor. His love and concern for the poor continues. This is the teaching principle of Sant Janardan Swami Mission's service programmes.

We seek to revive the traditional Divine Philosophy of Non-Dualism across the world to make it accessible to every part of society beyond class, cast and religion.

When any work, Nobel work, is done fulfilling the above situations, it becomes a spiritual discipline: the mind gets refined and the potential Divinity of the soul manifests itself more and more. Thus work done as worshipful service benefits the achiever himself spiritually: it becomes a spiritual discipline or Yoga. It is with this understanding of work as a spiritual discipline (Nishkamkarma Yoga) that all the service activities of the Sant Janardan Swami Mission, such as giving food and clothing, and shelter to the poor, nursing the sick etc, are accomplished. Therefore service done as worship of God in man helps in two ways: it helps physically or mentally the person who is served and it helps spiritually the person who serves.