Navasrushti International Trust (NIT) was founded by Acharya-guru Swami Sachidananda Bharathi to promote national regeneration of India and to usher in a civilisation of love and culture of peace in the world based on the eternal moral and spiritual values common to all religions. It was registered in Kerala with a global coverage on 8th September 2005. The Registered Office of NIT functions from Dharma Bharathi Ashram, Mulanthuruthy, Kochi, Kerala - 682314.

Swami Sachidananda Bharathi is a former Indian Air Force Squadron Leader turned seeker of truth and promoter of peace. Because of his Air Force background he is also known as 'Air Force Baba'. An encounter with death in an air accident in 1982 was the 'turning point' in his life. He was initiated into spiritual life in 1984. He received 'Acharya diksha' in 1990. He entered Sanyasa in 2001. He founded the 'Bharathi Chaturashrama Sanyasa Parampara' in 2003 and took the name 'Swami Sachidananda Bharathi'. Swamiji has traveled widely and has authored a number of books. He was one of the delegates who represented India in the 'Millennium World Peace Summit of Religious & Spiritual Leaders' organised by the United Nations. In 2007 Swamiji undertook a year-long All India Peace Pilgrimage termed 'Desh Vandana-2007'. In the concluding prayer-meeting of 'Desh Vandana-2007' held at Gandhi Mandapam, Kanyakumari, on 30th January 2008 he initiated the 'Second Freedom Struggle of India' with the goal 'Hunger-free, Caste-free & Corruption-free India'.

Membership of Navasrushti International Trust is open to all peace-loving people of good will above 18 years of age, from all over the world, who are in full agreement with the aim and objectives of the Trust.

Logo of NIT: The shining sun at the center represents the Essential Truth which is the light that
shines on all humankind and enlightens every human soul. The triangle represents the Trinitarian God
of Spirit-Light-Love (Sat-Chit-Ananda) which is the Highest Truth. The blue circle represents the
Godhead, the ‘One Supreme Spirit’ beyond names and forms, which is the Ultimate Truth.

Reg. No. IV- 97 / 2005. Contributions to NIT is subject to Income Tax rebate, under section 80G

UPCOMING EVENTS: 1. Celebrating New Year at Navasrushti Ashram, Nagpur on 15th Jan 2017.; 2. 3oth Jan 2017 - Inauguration of Vishwa Shanti Ashram at Lucknow, UP.; 3.Interreligious parliament will be planning for 6th - 9th August 2017 at New Delhi.; 4. Swamiji Scheduled :- Ernakulam to Nagpur on 5th Jan 2017 ; Nagpur to New Delhi on 19th Jan 2017 and New Delhi to Lucknow on 22nd Jan 2017; Lucknow to Patna on 31st Jan 2017; Patna to Lucknow on 8th Feb 2017....

"Tyagarchana Shanti Yatra" and Book Release - "Integral Revolution"
Navasrushti International Trust (NIT)
    Our Methodology

    'Begin with self, begin today & begin small'

    Our Goal

    'Hunger-Free, Caste-Free & Curruption Free India'

    Nagpur Porjects

      1. Navasrushti Ashram, Nagpur

    Activities of Ashram.;

    2. Dharma Bharathi National Institute (DBNI)

    Activities of DBNI.;

    3. Matrubhavan Project, Nagpur

    Activities of Matrubhavans.

Inauguration of Bihar Pilot Project at Creative Learning School, Patna on 20th Nov 2016

Tyagarchana Shanti Yatra, UP (15th Aug 2015 to 30th Jan 2016)

Navasrushti Eco Bags Project


  ‘Teachers' Enrichment Programme’

Navasrushti Eco Bags Project

Computer Classes

Orientation Programme

and more Home News

An Appeal

We request you, dear friends, to support the above important projects of Navasrushti International Trust. You can also specify the project that you wish to support. Please send your valuable contributions by Cheque / DD drawn in favour of 'Navasrushti International Trust' to:

Managing Trustee,
Navasrushti International Trust,
Shantivanam, Rama village,
Nagpur – 441 108, Maharashtra, India.

Direct Remittance to NIT, Ac No.- 18980100014326, IFSC - FDRL0001898, Federal Bank, Butibori Brach, Nagpur.

NB: Contribution to NIT is eligible for IT Rebate under Section 80/G



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