Introduction to Universal Sanatana Dharma

Brief History

Many years ago, Anantadev Ji started Sanatana Dharma for the Deaf (SDD) in Bangalore. Although it was not registered, he conducted many spiritual programmes for the deaf all over India. It went on for few years.

Since many hearing people wanted to seek spiritual blessings for their life, Anantadev ji realized the importance of inspiring them to progress spiritually and he formed UNIVERSAL SANATANA DHARMA (USD) in April 2007 in order to involve both the hearing people and the deaf in the spiritual activities. SDD was renamed as UNIVERSAL SANATANA DHARMA FOR THE DEAF (USDD). USDD is one of the main wings of USD.

Objectives of USD

To spread spiritual knowledge among the people at large and educate them in the techniques of spiritual life to help them to maintain the balance of values in life and to achieve harmony, unity and peace in the world.

To strive for the activities for Universal Sanatana Dharma for the Deaf (USDD) : cultural, educational, social and spiritual.

To promote all activities that promotes comunnal harmony and peaceful co-existence.

To organize food distribution programme among the needy.

To give the people opportunities to cultivate healthy and non-sectarian faith in the values of Sanatana Dharma based on Bhagavad Gita and Srimad Bhagavatam.

To erect a prayer/meditation centres and halls.

To hold satsang (spiritual gathering) and discourses on values of Sanatana Dharma.

To offer help and co-operation for the victims of natural calamities and disasters.

To offer support for renovation of the historical places, ancient ruins and temples.

To co-operate with those who have responsibilities to protect cows.

To provide medical relief and aid to public especially the needy and old.

To encourage traditional Indian system of Ayurveda and Naturopathy.

To publish, promote and sell literature books conducive to the ideals of Sanatana Dharma.

To maintain all other activities which implement the aims of the Trust.

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