Navasrushti International Trust was founded by Acharya Guru Swami Sachidananda Bharathi and was registered on 8th September 2005 as the controlling organization for all regenerative movements initiated by him. It was registered in Kerala with a global coverage. The registered office of 'Navasrushti International Trust' is Dharma Bharathi Ashram, Mulanthuruthy, Kochi. Swami Sachidananda Bharathi is an Air Force Officer turned seeker of truth and promoter of peace. Membership of Navasrushti International 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 aims and objectives of the Trust.

          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). The blue circle represents the Godhead, the ‘One Supreme Spirit’ beyond names and forms, which is the ultimate Truth.

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The Second Freedom Struggle of India

 The main projects under the 'Second Independence Struggle'  

1)           National Regeneation Movement (NRM)- National Regeneration Movement was started as a public campaign against corruption in the Government.
2)          Dharma Bharathi Mission (DBM) - Dharma Bharathi Mission was founded for the specific mission of providing organizational support and leadership to the National Regeneration Movement with focus on  ‘Peace & Value Education’ as its ‘core component.
3)          Hunger-free India Campaign - It was launched by DBM as the first public campaign within the Second Freedom Struggle of India. The primary goal of Hunger-free India Campaign is to provide one nourishing vegetarian meal and one hour of non-formal education every day to all poor children in India below 14 years of age.
4)          Dharma Bharathi National Institute of Peace & Value Education (DBNI) -This Institute provides training support for DBM and the Second Freedom Struggle of India. DBNI is envisaged to function in the form of a network of autonomous Dharma Bharathi Institutes (DBIs) established at different parts of India affiliated to a National Center. DBNI will be further developed in course of time into a ‘Dharma Bharathi Global Open University of Peace & Value Education’ (DBGOU) for ushering in a civilization of love and culture of peace on earth.
5)          Dharma Bharathi Ashrams - This is a network of spiritual centers under the name ‘Dharma Bharathi Ashrams’  which will provide spiritual and emotional support to the Second Freedom Struggle of India. Five Dharma Bharathi Ashrams (one each in southern, central, northern, eastern and western regions of India) are envisaged to be established for this purpose.
6)       ‘Dharma Bharathi Sanyasa Parishad’(DBSP) - It is a fully dedicated group of Sanyasis who will be responsible to provide spiritual and moral leadership to Dharma Bharathi Ashrams, DBM, and the Second Freedom Struggle of India. They will together constitute a ‘Dharma Bharathi Sanyasa Parishad’ (DBSP).
 
          The three-pronged new strategy adopted and promoted by DBM for achieving the goal of the Second Freedom Struggle consists of :

A) Awakening the Women Power through the 'Hunger-free' India Campaign’ & ' Mathru Bhavans' Project

          The future of Mother India lies in the hands and hearts of mothers in India. DBM as the core organization within the Second Freedom Struggle will be responsible to awaken the women power and achieve the target of the ‘Hunger-free India Campaign’ through the Mathru BhavansProject.
Mother is the embodiment of divine love on earth. ‘Mathru Bhavan’ means the mother’s home of love. The  Mathru Bhavans Project is a project of loving service to poor children. It will focus its efforts on providing the poor children in India below 14 years of age with one nourishing vegetarian meal cooked fresh and served with love every evening in the house of a local mother who loves poor children. It will also provide one hour of enjoyable non-formal education to these children with the help of local volunteers who love children. Love has to be motivating force behind the  Mathru Bhavans Project.
          A model Mathru Bhavan is being set up by DBM in the Viswa Jyothi Ashram at Kunathur Village, Dharmavaram Mandal, Anantapur District, A.P – 515671, founded by Mother Elizabeth Jyothi. ‘Prabuddha Bharathi Nirman Samastha’ (PBNS) founded by Swami Sachidananda Bharathi and registered at Hyderabad in 1988 is being revitalized and reorganized for taking up the Mathru Bhavans Project. 
          The Mathru BhavansProject  will  enable patriotic Indian citizens to join hands in fulfilling  their Fundamental Duty of providing primary education to all children below 14 years of age in the country in accordance with Article 51-A, (Clause – k) of the Constitution of India.

B) Awakening the youth power through ‘Quit India – II’ & ‘One year for Mother India’ programme: 

         The youth wing of  DBM  named ‘Dharma Jyothi’ will strive to awaken the youth power in India based on the Fundamental Duties of Indian citizens as given under Article 51-A) of the Indian Constitution. The courageous youth of India will also launch a ‘Quit India – II’ Campaign with focus on fighting the all-pervasive corruption in India.      “…. Hunger-Caste-Corruption… Quit India….Quit India….” will be their slogan and motto.
          A dedicated cadre of educated youth under the name ‘Bharatiya Navothana Sena’ will provide enlightened leadership to the Quit India – II Campaign through a ‘One year for Mother India’ programme. This is a programme to encourage young Indians to give one year of their life after graduation for the service of their motherland though the Second Freedom Struggle of India.

C) Awakening the people power through Panchayati Raj democracy and ‘Enlightened National Politics’:

            We the people of India need to be liberated from our age-old ‘subject mentality’ that ever makes us demand more and more rights and privileges for ourselves even at the cost of greater social and national interests.
We also have to be liberated from this ‘right consciousness’ and be awakened and empowered to become ‘responsible citizens’ capable of making our valuable contribution towards building a great new India of justice, liberty, equality and fraternity. This can be achieved only through ‘Panchayati Raj democracy’ and ‘Enlightened National Politics’ with focus on the Fundamental Duties.
          India achieved political freedom from British subjugation in 1947. Political power was transferred from the British Government to the Indian Government. But it is still stuck at the Government level. Power to decide on their destiny and ability to participate actively in the mission of nation-building still remain mere mirages for the citizens of India.
The ‘Second Freedom Struggle’ aims at transferring political power from the Government to the citizens of  Independent India. The Panchayati Raj-Nagarapalika Act, the Right to Information Act, and the Right to Education Act  passed by the Parliament of Independent India can provide a strong Constitutional support for this historic task.
A Panchayati Raj democracy in harmony with the vision of the ‘Purna Swaraj’ cherished by Mahatma Gandhi and other freedom fighters who sacrificed their lives for India is a historical imperative if India is to be developed as a true  ‘Sovereign  Socialist Secular Democratic Republic’  based on Justice, Liberty, Equality and Fraternity as envisioned in the Preamble of the Indian Constitution.
          A ‘Moral Corrective Force’  beyond power and party politics but with clear vision and action plan for nation-building was the ‘third power’ envisaged by Mahatma Gandhi, Acharya Vinoba Bhave, Loknayak Jayaprakash Narayan and other great leaders of India. Such a ‘third power’   alone can give direction and guidance to political parties and Governments in the mission of building a great new India of justice, liberty, equality and fraternity. This ‘Moral Corrective Force’ should have the eternal values of satya, ahimsa, tyaga and seva that ever inspired the Indian mind as its pillars. ‘Dharma Rajya Vedi’ (DRV) was founded in 1990 by Swami Sachidananda Bharathi to serve as such a ‘Moral Corrective Force’ in Independent India. DRV is being reorganized and reoriented to serve this purpose in the  Second Freedom Struggle of India.

 Desh Vandana - 2007

          A year-long All India Peace Pilgrimage under the name ‘Desh Vandana-2007’ was undertaken by Swami Sachidananda Bharathi during the 60th anniversary of Indian Independence and 10th anniversary of NRM to transform the National Regeneration Movement into a Second Freedom Struggle to win the economic, social and moral freedoms that are yet to be won for India. Desh Vandana-2007 was arranged with an intention to mobilize public support, especially the support of the youth of our country, for a Second Freedom Struggle for the economic, social and moral freedoms of India which are yet to be won. ‘Desh Vandana-2007’ began on 30th Jan 2007 with self-dedication at Raj Ghat and prayer meeting at Gandhi Smriti, New Delhi. During Desh Vandana-2007, Swamiji and team addressed more than 700 meetings and satsanghs across the country.
          During the occassion Swamiji said, "The political freedom won by India in 1947 was only the first step towards achieving the goal of ‘Purna Swaraj’ as envisaged by Mahatma Gandhi and other freedom fighters who sacrificed their lives for the political freedom of India. We need to win the remaining economic freedom, social freedom and moral freedom. These four freedoms constitute the four pillars of the ‘Purna Swaraj’ of Gandhiji’s vision."
          Desh Vandana- 2007 concluded on 30th Jan 2008 at Gandhi Mandapam, Kanyakumari, with a prayer meeting in which NRM was rededicated to God as the Second Freedom Struggle to build a hunger-free, caste-free and corruption-free India. Dharma Bharathi Mission also was rededicated to God as the core organization of this Second Freedom Struggle of India in this concluding prayer meeting.

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