The Satsang Foundation with an objective to provide all-round and holistic improvement of society contributed to several welfare programmes that has immensely benefitted the mankind. Sri M’ a Spiritual Master and a Social Reformer founded The Satsang Foundation. Over the years he has successfully initiated several programmes for the benefit of the society across the globe.
On July 24, 2021, Guru Purnima, Sri M initiated a noble service of free ambulance. Donated by Motorola Company, managed by Swaasthya Hospital and Supported by The Satsang Foundation, this ambulance is the first of its kind in the town of Madanapalle. The ambulance is equipped with a cardiac monitor, suction, AED, oxygen to support the life of critically ill patients along with a trained paramedic. Flagged off by Sri. Mohammed Nawaz Basha, the MLA of Madanapalle in the august presence of Sri. Ravi Ramachandran, Managing Director, Motorola Solutions, India, members of The Satsang Foundation and members of Swaasthya Hospital group, this ambulance has done a total of 14 rescue trips to Bangalore, Tirupati, Chowdepalle, and Sadum. This Ambulance is a boon in pandemic times, where safe transportation of patients is a huge issue.
It provides free, high-quality, multilingual education, nutritious midday meals, uniforms and books to children from the low income communities of Madanapalli, Andhra Pradesh.
Initiated in 2013, the Satsang Swasthya Kendra is a free tribal healthcare facility based in Nakkaladinne Thanda, Ponnuitipalyam Village, Madanapalli Mandal, Chittoor District, Andhra Pradesh. It provides Health Education, General Outpatient dispensary, Dental Services, Basic Diagnostics, Ayurveda Clinic, and School and Community outreach Programmes. The primary beneficiaries are students, staff and families of the Satsang Vidyalaya School, the local Sugali Tribal Settlement and ten villages in the vicinity. In these communities social problems such as alcoholism, domestic violence and tobacco abuse are very much rampant. Many of them delay the treatment either because of the distance to hospitals, poverty or lack of transport facilities. Though there are a number of small medical centres in and around Madanapalli, quality health care at an affordable price is still unavailable.
Although the Satsang Swasthya Kendra (SSK) has been serving more than 12,000 outpatients annually, there is dire need for a hospital that provides free emergency and short-term care.
This initiative seeks to address the elementary needs of the poor and marginalized sections of the society during a humanitarian crisis. The strategy is a focused intervention in terms of comprehensive relief efforts — leveraged by the supporters and well-wishers of the Satsang Foundation. The Satsang Seva Mission is currently active in 12 states of India, touching millions of lives.
This Centre with its 4 month course aims to bridge the skills gap for school and college dropouts and local students from disadvantaged backgrounds, in the age group 18-25, to help them find employment. The Centre Head teaches computers and volunteers teach Spoken English, Basic Computers, Basic Tally, Basic Mathematics and Life Skills
This Padayatra for peace and harmony by the Manav Ekta Mission covered 7,500 km from Kanyakumari to Kashmir. Led by Sri M, the journey spanned 16 months through 11 Indian states, bringing together citizens from all walks of life.
This Centre for Exploring Consciousness at Chowdepalle, Andhra Pradesh, is an initiative envisioned by Sri M for Retreats, Research, Yoga, Satsangs, Ayurveda and Kaya-Kalpa. All these components will be integrated at this Centre for supporting a Sadhak’s journey of exploring consciousness.
The school provides free education, nutritious midday meals, and uniforms to 65 children in primary classes. The focus is on developing creativity, sensitivity, and life skills in a tranquil and blissful environment.
Inspired by the Sanskrit word, Maitri meaning amity, in keeping with Sri M’s concept of Manav Ekta, MyTree believes that by encouraging an individual/community-led partnership to plant trees, a natural human alliance will be formed to ensure a sustainable relationship with nature.
Satsang Jal Seva Sangatan is a conscious effort to save the life-sustaining blue gold – water. The aim of the initiative is to ensure that every household and institute in India recycles water effectively and for every Indian city to be self-sufficient in its water requirement.
This coeducational, residential school is committed to providing an environment conducive to an in-depth exploration of knowledge.
The Yoga Kendra functions under the direct guidance of Sri M who has practised Yoga from the age of eight and later has been teaching the deeper aspects of yogic philosophies to many. With its origin in ancient India, the practice of Yoga can be traced back to over 5000 years ago. To preserve the heritage of our country, the curriculum at BYVK has been compiled by him, based on ancient yogic texts including Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, Haṭha Yoga Pradīpikā, and Haṭha Ratnāvalī.
ArogyaM is Sri M’s vision of bringing the goodness of Ayurveda and Yoga together for inculcating a holistic way of living. At ArogyaM, we see health as overall well being. Our wellness programmes integrate Yoga and Ayurveda through traditional treatments and the practice of Asanas and Pranayama. The study of Ashtanga Yoga and Ayurveda using traditional texts adds a unique flavor and deeper understanding of the connection between body and mind health.
The Sacred Grove, home to ArogyaM, provides an ideal natural setting for healing the body and mind and exploring one’s true spiritual nature. The spacious and peaceful environment and well-stocked library encourage study and contemplation on the complex relationship between body, mind, and soul: sattwa-atma-shariram ca trayametat tridandavat.
ArogyaM offers online consultations, residential programmes, as well as customized treatments tailored to the needs of individual care-seekers. To know more about ArogyaM, and the programmes and treatments offered at ArogyaM, please visit the ArogyaM website: