Niranjan Mission
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VEDANT KESHRI SWAMI NIRANJANJI MAHARAJ is the founder of Niranjan Mission. According to Swamiji the main motto of our mission is to spread the non-dual philosophy worldwide. Because each and every living being in this world is striving for happiness & peace every moment, but in return they get pain, misery, distress etc. So it should be thought that where the real happiness is ? How could one get internal Peace ? Swamiji says, it is when each & every human being wake up from the ignorance and realize the real dignity of self ,then only he could discover the real happiness & peace within. Scriptures says- all the problems and tragedies will be dissolved in the knowledge of non-duality alone.

So the basic aim of Niranjan Mission is to profound the wisdom of self-knowledge for the humanity, which gives enlightenment and the real identity of self and free the world from the differences of casteism, territorialism, sectarianism etc. With this concept of ‘oneness’ (non-duality) Niranjan Mission is always look forward for the betterment of the society. It works for upliftment of the socially disappointed and backward people, works for animal rights, distributes free artificial limbs to handicapped people, arranges blood donation and plantation programs and many more. Irrespective of caste, creed and community Niranjan Mission is going on serving for all the living creatures of the world.

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Recent Work of Niranjan Mission

Recent Work of Niranjan Mission

Food and Clothes are distributed at the blind school of Koraput, Odisha.
Our volunteers of koraput district had done this service sincerely.


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Recent Classes

The class at Agrasen, Bhaban, Sambalpur, Odisha was ended with Gurupujan and Brahmbhoj celebration on 2nd-oct-2016.
50 students have taken certicate (Jivan Mukti Darpan) in this class. From all over odisha nearly 350 devotees attained the gurupujan celebration.