Harihara is a combination of Lord Vishnu and Shiva. Harihara is one among the numerous form perceive by human mind to define the Supreme Truth which is beyond imagination or definition. The form was worshipped by those people who accepted the teachings of both Vaishnava and Shaiva sects. There is no existential difference between both gods. The Worship of any of the God entails the worship of both and eventually attain of the form called Sant Janardan Swami. Harihara is the form given to the formless Brahma by devotees who considered this form as the most ideal form to worship Brahma. In Harihara murti form usually Shiva is shown in the left and Vishnu in the right, so there is no uniformity. Shiva is shown as holding a Trishul (trident) and Vishnu is shown as holding disc (Sudharshana Chakra) and Shankha (Conch). In very rare images, Vishnu also holds mace or Gadha and Shiva hold a Damaru (hour-glass drum). Some murtis also illustrate the third eye of Shiva. The ideology of Sant Janardan Swami Mission consists of the eternal principles of Vedanta as lived and experienced by Sant Sadguru Janardan Swami Moungiri Maharaj expounded. This ideology has three characteristics in the sense that the ancient principles of Vedanta have been expressed in the modern idiom; in universally it was meant for the whole humanity. In practical sense its principles can be applied in day-to-day life to solve the problems of life. This Supreme Truth can be achieved following diverse ways.

Sant Janardan Swami was in the galaxy of ancient Indian Sant and practiced 'Tapa' for 16 years and achieved the blessings of the Lord Shiva and Parvati. Then he worked for the interests of the humanity and showed real spiritual path to common people. He asked to follow some principles in one life i.e. to abandon 'Pardhan' others wealth, 'Pardara' Bad attitude for women, 'Perninda' to abuse others, and accept 'Satya' Insist in truth, 'Ahinsa' Non-violence, 'Ashteya' not to steal others possessions or hush money, 'Parigraha' not to collect extra wealth and 'Brahmacharya' to live moral life. He was very keen for the uplift of people in the field of spiritual, educational, and other different ways. So he began some spiritual programs such as 'Yadnya', 'Anusthan' etc. For educational progress he founded 'Gurukuls' at different places and helped the economically backward students to shape their life. For economical growth he implemented work culture in his followers. He opposed addiction, immoral practices and heartily compassion for the common people. He sowed seed of 'Dnyan' Knowledge, ‘Bhakti’ to devote the Lord Shiva, and 'Vairagya' non attachment to worldly pleasures.

His Holiness's Vision
To show real spiritual path to people

To establish addict free society

To increase "work-culture" in the society

To give free of cost education to economically weaker sections

To reanimate ancient Gurukul system and preservation of the livestock

Educational Work:

The establishment runs the Gurukul type Schools titled as 'Sant Janardan Swami Vidyalaya'. These are the residential schools and the students get the education free of cost. There are four branches of the Gurukuls and this spiritual heritage is imparted to the Students along with updated educational curriculum. Gurukuls prime motto to make a student a perfect responsible citizen of the country. Many cultural activities like debating and elocution competition, general knowledge quiz, essay writing, music and are etc. are taken in order to develop confidence, national spirit and cultural harmony. These Gurukul are basically run for deprived students, orphans, tribals and backward groups. This institution provides food, clothes, books and residence to the students free of cost. The Gurukul is trying it's best to cater varied academic, scientific, technological, socio-economical and cultural needs of the students by providing conductive infrastructure, which includes a large building, play ground, a well facilitated library, science laboratory, a competent and well equipped computer department experienced and well trained staff of high academic caliber etc. Erstwhile the Government also approves the Sant Janardan Swami Technical Institute and Primary School. The teacher tries to promote the above qualities in the students and in regularity, punctuality and discipline are pathways of success through N.C.C. and M.C.C. And a variety of sport activities are taught to the students and sport competitions are also held In Gurukul.

Social Work:

In community living people pursue many bad practices without any repercussion or hazards. He delivers religious speech i.e. 'Pravachan ' and challenges the conscience of the people. And being influenced by the religious discourses people abandons their addict. Swamiji asked to take vow not to touch any psychotropic substances. There is 350 acres land belonged to the organization and to prove the slogan 'Works Is Worship' Swamiji invited his followers to give free service in farming. The production is used for organizational social work and throughout the year every work done on the basis of ‘Shramdan Programme’. There were provided free of charge food supply to poor and disabled persons by the Ashram. Thus the institution tries to do best for the society Ambulance make available to the needy patient. The institution also arrange common wedding programme and every year Blood Donation Camp also arranges and thousands of people donate blood in the camp. In past the institution breaks the highest record of providing 5500 bottles of blood. The organization donated funds for the martyr of Kargils battle; also funds offer to Earthquake affected people. The institution work for the uplift of the women and asked the people to give equal rights to them and treat them with courtesy.

Agriculture Work:

The institution much of the land was barren. Sant Sadguru Janardan Swami developed the land and changed in to fertile one. Today we see cultivation in the land with the help of free service of the disciple in farming the barren land. Swamiji planted grape garden, mango garden, teak garden, pomegranate garden, and miserly garden etc. Through the year the work is done on basis of Shramdan Programme. The Earthworm project is raised in the Ashram in order to get Earthworm fertilizer. The produced fertilizer is used in the farm and non- chemical food grains and fruits are produced in it. A big cowshed is built for the cows and preservation of the cow is foremost attraction of the institution. Nearly 200 cows are looked after by Ashram and thus the noticeable work is done by the institution in the field of agriculture.

The basic principles of this ideology are given below:

1.God realization is the ultimate goal of life:
One of the important discoveries made in ancient India was that the universe arises and is sustained by infinite consciousness called Brahman. It has both impersonal and personal aspects. The personal aspect is known by different names, such as God, Ishvar, and Jehovah. The realization of this ultimate reality is the true goal of life, for that alone can give us everlasting fulfillment of peace.

2. Potential divinity of the soul:
Brahma is imminent in all beings as the Atman which is man's true self and source of all happiness. But owing to ignorance, he identifies himself with his body and mind and runs after sense pleasures. This is the cause of all evil and suffering. As ignorance is removed, the Atman manifests itself more and more. This manifestation of potential divinity is the essence of true religion.

3. Synthesis of the Yogas:
The removal of ignorance and manifestation of inner divinity leading to God realization are achieved through Yoga. There are five main Yogas: Jnana Yoga (Yoga of Knowledge); Bhakti Yoga (Yoga of Devotion); Raja Yoga (Yoga of Meditation); Karma Yoga (Yoga of Work); Nishkam Karma Yoga (Yoga of Sacrifice). Each Yoga is an independent means of realizing God. But since each Yoga involves the cultivation of one of the faculties such as reason, feeling or will, a combination of all the four Yogas is necessary for the development of a balanced, 'fully functioning' personality. It is this synthesis of Yogas that disciple of Sant Janardan Swami regarded as the ideal of Sant Janardan Swami Mission. This ideal finds expression in the EMBLEM of the organizations shown here, which was designed by Founder of Mission himself and ideas taken from Autobiography of Sant Janardan Swami. In the emblem the Water represents Karma Yoga, Shrimad Bhagvatgita represents Nishkam Karma Yoga; the lotus flower represents Bhakti Yoga; beyond the rising sun represents Jnana Yoga; the Shesh Nag represents Raja Yoga; and the Shiv Linga represents the Supreme Self (Brahma). The meaning of the ensemble is: by the combined practice of all the four Yogas the Supreme Self is realized.

4. Morality based on strength:
According to Vedanta, weakness is the main cause of immorality, evil and suffering in life, and the cause of weakness is ignorance about one's true nature as the Atman. Knowledge of the Atman gives us tremendous strength to overcome our weakness and lead a virtuous life. Everyone is endowed with so many potentialities, but owing to fear and weakness, most of these potentialities remain unactualized. When, through knowledge of the Atman, fear and weakness are overcome, these potentialities manifest themselves, this process 'man-making education'.

5. Harmony of Religions:
Although the idea that 'one Reality is known by different names' (Vedas) and the idea that 'different spiritual paths lead to the same goal' (Gita) are found in the Hindu scriptures and in the teachings of several Hindu saints, Shri Sant Janardan Swami was to show through direct experience the transcendental unity of all religions. His message implies two kinds of religious harmony: harmony within Hinduism and harmony among world religions. “Duritanche Timir Jao, Vishwa Swadharma Surya Paho”

a. Harmony within Vedanta Philosophy:
Sant Janardan Swami did not identify himself with any particular sect of Hinduism but accepted Universal truth as a whole. He showed that Dualism, No dualism and other schools of Hindu philosophy represent different stages of the integral experience of Reality, and that the various Hindu Deities are different aspects of one supreme Godhead. His message has brought about a great deal of harmony and sects, Sant Janardan Swami himself have become the symbol of the unity of Universal religion.

b. Harmony among world religions:
It should be noted that Sant Janardan Swami recognized the differences among religions but showed that, in spite of these differences, they lead to the same Ultimate Goal. This is the meaning of his famous maxim, Shradhawan Labhyate Jnanam “As many faiths, so many paths of Knowledge”. Since Vedanta contains all the basic principles and laws of the spiritual world, Sant Janardan Swami regarded Vedanta as that eternal Universal Religion. That is to say, Vedanta can serve as the common ground for all religions.

6. Avatar of Sant Sadguru Janardan Swami:
According to the universal religious tradition, God incarnates himself as the avatar in every age in order to give a new significance to humanity suited to the needs of each Age. In the Sant Janardan Swami Mission Movement, Sant Janardan Swami is adored as the avatar of the modern Age; his life and teachings have paved the way for a salvation of humanity. The uniqueness of Sant Janardan Swami's avatarhood is that it embodies the spiritual consciousness of earlier avatars and prophets including those who are outside the different fold, and is in harmony with all religious traditions. In all the institutions of the Sant Janardan Swami Order the worshipful reverence is shown to all avatars and the founders of all religion