Sri Guruji Golwalkar Hindu Resource Centre – A Humble Appeal

published on July 26, 2010

The construction work of Sri Guruji Golwalkar Hindu Resource Centre in the Bharatamata Gurukula Ashram & Yogi Ramsuratkumar Indological Research Centre of Sister Nivedita Academy, in the premises of Sri Bharatamata Mandir at Srinivasanagar, Krishnarajapuram, Banglaore, is fast progressing. The auditorium hall, dormitories, kitchen, dining hall and the computer-cum-library room are ready. Now the laying of the floor tiles, painting, plumbing, carpentry, electrical fittings, room furnishing and the construction of Gopura above the shrine of the Divine Mother are to be taken up.


All these works are possible only because of the unstinted help and patronage of our devotees who have been responding voluntarily and spontaneously to our humble appeal. The library room is to be furnished with shelves to accommodate more than ten thousand books on religion, culture, philosophy, science, literature and art, collection of hundreds of back issues spiritual, cultural and scientific journals, thousands of press clippings of various articles, features and news from news papers and journals procured and preserved in the last four decades, and hundreds of audio, video, CD and DVD of talks, especially those of Sadhu Prof. V. Rangarajan delivered inside the country and abroad during the last forty years.


We intend to provide all facilities and accommodation to devotees from within the country and abroad who intend to make an intensive and serious study of Bharatiya culture and heritage and go out as messengers, not of any sect, Sampradaya or organization but as children of Sri Bharatamata, to spread the message of unity and universality among all people. Facilities for scanning of rear books and publications, internet and web services to make research materials available to ardent students all over the world, and regular classes and programmes to coach them on all aspects of Hindu thought and cutlture will be provided by the Centre.


We recall, the work of Sister Nivedita Academy was started on Tamil New Year’s Day, April 13, 1977, in a very humble, ill-furnished, rented portion of an old house at Triplicane, Chennai, where the founder, Sadhu Prof. V. Rangarajan, was residing. Right from the beginning, this Sadhu got the inspiration and guidance from great men like Sri Guruji Golwalkar, Swami Chinmayananda, Acharya J.B. Kripalani and Sri Eknath Rande. The benign blessings and grace of Mother Mayamma of Kanyakumari and Yogi Ramsuratkumar of Tiruvannamalai enabled this humble Sadhu to start a quarterly, TATTVA DARSANA, in 1984, and to go abroad to spread the message of Mother India.


The generous help and patronage of our devotees inside and outside the country made it possible for us to set up Bharatamata Gurukula Ashram in Bangalore in 1999. A unique temple dedicated to Sri Bharatamata where the Divine Mother has been consecrated as Bharatabhavani was inaugurated in the premises of the Ashram by Poojya Sri Vishwesha Teertha, Pontiff of Pejawar Mutt, Udipi, in the presence of Mananeeya Sri H.V. Seshadri, former Sah-Sarkaryavah  of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, in 2004.


Now the work of Sri Guruji Golwalkar Hindu Resource Centre has been taken up as an expression of our deep debt of gratitude to the great mentor under whose inspiration the Sadhu has grown up right from his childhood. We are sure that the patrons and well-wishers of our humble work will come forward with their generous contribution in cash and kind to enable us to complete the project successfully.


Those who want to sponsor any part of the construction project, like the auditorium, dormitory room, kitchen, dining hall, library and computer room or Gopuram in memory of their dear and near ones may kindly contact us for details of the construction cost. Contributions in kind like furniture, library racks, electronic equipments, etc. will also be accepted gratefully.


Sadhu Prof. V. Rangarajan
Founder Trustee, Sri Bharatamata Gurukula Ashram & Yogi Ramsuratkumar Indoligical Research Centre
Sri Bharatamata Mandir, Srinivasanagar, Krishna Raja Puram, Bangalore 560 036 (Phone: 080-25610935, Cell: 09448275935, e-mail: [email protected])

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