Prabhu Premi Sangh Charitable Trust



PRABHU PREMI SANGH is the fruit of the devoted efforts of SWAMl AVDHESHANAND GIRI MAHARAJ. It has been founded and directed by him. It is dedicated to promoting the spirit of service of humanity, studies of scriptures and Satsang.It is primarily engaged in spiritual pursuits but in its spiritual life the accent is on social content and changes.Selfless service to mankind is the rule here. The Sangh works for the destitutes, uneducated, those suffering deprivation and has made its mission to rehabilitate the destitute, to feed the hungry and to provide for the poor. The Sangh holds spiritual discoures regularly to inculcate the right values, control over evil thoughts, proper control of mind and positive celibacy.

The Sangh has branches all over India as well outside India. It is operating throughout the Country through its Zones and Branches. For the convenience of administration, the Country has been divided into 5 main Zones - North, South, East, West and Central. There are 26 Branches all over the Country which operate under these Zones. It can thus be seen that there is a harmonious and a systematic approach for the achievement of the noble goals. Pujya Swamiji is the driving force behind this and his farsightedness can be seen from the operations of the Sangh.

Founder - Chairman

strong>Junapeethadheswar Acharya MahaMandleswar
Sri Swami Avdheshanand Giri Ji Maharaj

Phone: +91-171-2699335,

President & Managing Trustee

Mahamandleshwar Swami Naisargika Giriji

Chief Secretary

Sanwar Mal Tulshyan

Mobile: +91-94370 52071
+91-92383 52071
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Thought of the day

Divine Power is filled with kindness and compassion. Be grateful and appreciate the abundant blessings of the Lord. Seek to recognise your divine Self. The root cause of sorrow is forgetfulness of the true Self.