EKAL SHRIHARI is a social organization whose chief objective is to work towards the upliftment of culturally, socially and economically disadvantaged citizens residing in remote, mountainous, tribal and hilly regions through imparting moral education based on the quintessential values of the five-fold education system of EKAL campaign.
The organization strives to bring about positive societal changes and promote holistic development in the areas of culture, society, economy, and education of the forest brethren.
We plan to establish these moral centers
in tribal villages to connect with the
people and help them in their development & growth
We are working to empower the people
with a special focus on women and youth
to become self-reliant and health conscious
4 National chapters based in Kolkata, Mumbai, Delhi and Surat
We have a 5 State chapters based in Agra, Siliguri, Hyderabad, Guwahati and Bengaluru
We have sub-chapters in 17 cities covering the entire length and breadth of the country
3 Nepal rashtra chapters based in Birtamod, Janakpur, and Biratnagar
As of June, 2023, we have a total of 55,519 Sanskar Kendras, with a monthly attendance of 25,18,939 people
It is a program organized by EKAL SHRIHARI to provide training to the young brothers and sisters
of the village through saints and storytellers.
The program includes organizing events such as storytelling, Satsang (spiritual discourses), family and village welfare rituals,in their respective forest areas.
Shri Hari Rath Yojana
The SriHari Rath Yojana is a mobile mini-truck shaped like a chariot, carrying a small temple of
God, which travels from village to village in forest areas.
It is welcomed by villagers who perform Puja, and in the evenings, it serves as a mobile cinema screen showing devotional films, leaving a positive impact on the forest dwellers. The program promotes social harmony and awareness among the villagers.
Vyasa & Acharya Kathakar Yojana
The SriHari Satsang Samiti selects brothers and sisters from rural areas for its author/teacher
development program. They are given 9 months of disciplined storytelling training at the
organization's training centers throughout the country.
After successfully completing the training, these storytellers are sent to villages to educate the forest dwellers about their culture and way of life through the Ramayana, Shrimad Bhagavat Katha, and Shiva Katha.
The storytellers also organize religious gatherings and promote addiction-free living.
Gau Gram Yojana
The Gau Gram Yojana is an initiative aimed at providing one non-milking cow to each farmer's
family in rural areas of Lord Krishna's country.
The program is intended to make these families self-sufficient through the use of cow dung and cow urine-based products. It encompasses both the protection and the cultural preservation of cows.
One important aspect of the EKAL ABHYAN is the forest tour, which aims to bridge the gap between
urban and forest areas by creating a harmonious environment and to prepare a mentality of
contributing to the conservation of nature and understanding the lives of forest dwellers,
knowing their problems, and resolving them.
Organizing forest tours works as a bridge between urban and forest areas and remote villages, acting as a bridge-building mechanism.
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