About Institution

Orthodox Study Centre

ParaVidya Gurukulam is an orthodox Hindu Gurukulam where Vedic Shastras are taught by highly knowledgeable and dedicated Acharyas. This Gurukulam is managed by Parama Poorna Prakasha Pratishatana, an Organization formed to promote traditional study of Veda, Vedanga, Darshana and other Hindu Scriptures. Under the guidance of Sri Srinivasa Guruji, in the year 2014 the Gurukulam was formed. Sri Poornananda is the current and Active President of the institution.

The core aim of this Institute is to "Preserve the Vedic Knowledge", "Practice the Traditional Study" and "Propagate the message of Vedas".

From the date of creation of Universe, the deep spiritual truths got revealed to men and women of great wisdom during their deep and cosmic level of meditation. Such revelations have been preserved orally since a long time in the name of Vedas. Only 5000 years before the common era, it has been committed to give this a writing form by Sri Krishna Dwaipayana, ( Vedavyasa) who made several classifications for simplification of this yeomen practice. Over several millennia, most of the Vedic Knowledge has been lost due to several reasons. Now, we are humbly proud to present Parama Poorna Prakasha Pratishtana in putting effort to preserve the available Vedic Texts and to recover the lost or whichever is available partially.

The implementation of Vedic Vision, that is called Dharma or sometimes Yajna is a complex process at the present era, as the society has lost the knowledge and implementation procedures. Our organization works meticulously on the interpretation of the Vedic Texts and bringing them to practice to help growth of the Civilization.

Our Vision

Building society on vedic vision

Civilization can only march ahead with the holistic vision of Vedas. Hence, preservation of Vedic Knowledge is of immense importance. The Vedic Knowledge can be preserved only through the practice of Dharma (What has been propagated by Vedas) and not just through any sort of documentation, or other methods of preservation. As the Vedas themselves confirm, the practice and propagation are utmost Responsibility (Kartavya) of mankind.