"I am trying to convert Hindus back to Hindu religion and that will stop Hindus getting converted to other religions." -- Swami Chinmayananda
Chief Minister inaugurated Kasyapa Veda Research Foundation
01/08/2012 14:23:22  Press Release


In an endeavor to up hold the Sanathana Dharma throughout the world and to spread the divine knowledge of the Vedas to all irrespective of cast, creed and gender, a true Rishi – known as Acharya M. R. Rajesh - came forward to teach Vedas to all. Kasyapa Veda Research Foundation (KVRF) formed informally in the year 2003 by Acharya M.R.Rajesh with 8 students at Balussery a small town in Kozhikode district, 25 kms from city. Acharya was then working as a journalist in Mathrubhumi daily.

 He promoted many youths and Grihastashramis to propagate Vedic literature Panchamahayagnas among their friends and family. Later on some of the youths compelled Acharya to start the class in Calicut city which happened to be turning point for the formation of Kasyapa Veda Research Foundation Charitable Trust (Regd).

The aim of KVRF is to create a society without prejudice, ego, and hatred through spreading the Vedic Ideology throughout the world. A society who will respect their elders. A society which will treat their neighbours with respect and love. To establish Sandhya Vandanam and Agnihothra in all households.

This pursuit had yielded its fruits on 26-5-2012 at Calicut. With the blessings of Parameswara, and the tapah of our Acharya, Mahatma M.R.Rajesh, KVRF successfully completed the construction of our Ashram and Gurukulam at Calicut. A dream come true for all sadhakas, KVRF built an Ashramam to chant and learn Veda Mantras in the heart of Calicut city - just a few walks from Bus stand and closer to Sreekanteswaram temple. Kasyapashramam and Veda Vidya Gurukulam was inaugurated by the Chief Minister of Kerala, Sri Ommen Chandy on 26th May 2012. This year's Veda Ratna Puraskaram was awarded to Sri M P Veerendrakumar during the function.

Several other cabinet ministers, opposition M L A's, Chief Secretary, District Collector participated three day program. Saraswati Digital Library where we have more than two lakh electronic pages of ancient texts was inaugurated by state cabinet minister Dr.M.K.Muneer.



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JAN
02/08/2012 03:34:38
KVRF need help from all noble men.
Kasyapa Veda Research Foundation need help from all noble men.
KVRF, is a non profitable Organization which spreads the importance of Veda's in our Life. The eternal Vedas are Divine revelations. The source of Sanathana Dharma is the Vedas, the revealed store house of all knowledge.
Keeping this in view our Acharya Dr. M.R. Rajesh, an eminent Vedic
Scholar decided to teach Vedas to one and all irrespective caste,creed, color or gender.
Within a span of eight years KVRF taught Vedic Sandhya Vandanam and
rituals to more than 50,000 people. KVRF also teaches the pancha maha
yajna according to the dictates of the Vedas. Besides these,
Shodassa kriya, i.e., the 16 Samskara Kriyas are also taught.

The very first and foremost thought or mantra of KVRF is the Vedas -
Knowledge; the last also is the Knowledge -Vedas, itself.

In order to have a space to stand up, we have purchased 15 cents of land and built an ASHRAMAM at about 1.5 Crores rupees near Sreekanteswara temple with the donations received from noble men. There is huge loan collected from spiritual sadhakas on interest free loan basis to the tune of about 50 lakhs.
So, as a Vedic disciple my request to all noble men is to contribute generally to protect Vedas and Hindu dharma. Your support
will help, enable, preserve and propagate important Vedic knowledge to
one and all and contribute to peace in society.

Please contact
Kashyapa Veda Research Foundation,
2nd Floor,Sreekanteshw
hrr
01/08/2012 21:57:32
VEDA the life force
This is a right beginning for for the humanity learn about the past of our Dharma when the vested interested people are trying to completely detroying the Dharma.



 

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