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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Hunger-free India

             During the first Annual National Convention of the Second Freedom Struggle organized by Dharma Bharathi Mission (DBM) at Sevagram Ashram, Wardha, on 30 & 31 Jan 2009 a ‘Hunger-free India Campaign’ was launched 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.  
             More than 200 million people in India go to bed hungry every day in India today. India has the highest number of children who are malnourished, about 57 million in all, while the whole of sub Sahara Africa has only about 45 million!Around 6000 poor children die every day in India due to malnourishment and hunger. 38% of our children are stunted. 48% are under weight, and 79 % suffer from anemia.
           Ensuring one nourishing meal to every child in India is the first challenging step before the Hunger-free India Campaign. A ‘Hunger-free Children Project’ is launched by Dharma Bharathi Mission for this purpose. Next 5 years will be concentrated on this task.
Govandi Slum, the second largest slum in Mumbai was selected as a ‘pilot project’ of Hunger-free India Campaign. Initiatives to promote the aim and objectives of the Campaign are also being promoted by DBM at Lucknow in U.P, Mulanthuruthy in Kerala and at Nagpur in Maharashtra.
             Tyagarchana and Mathru Bhavans projects are the core movements under 'Hunger-free India campaign

A) Tyagarchana
 

            ‘Tyagarchana’ is the common spiritual exercise of the Second Freedom Struggle adopted and promoted by DBM. This is a ‘sadhana’ to reduce selfishness, pride and greed in the people of India, especially in the English-educated well-to-do Indians. Selfishness, pride and greed constitute the evil trinity of kaala angrez threatening to destroy India today. Tyagarchana is a spiritual exercise to conquer these evils within India and within Indians.
            As a simple and concrete expression of Tyagarchana all Individuals joining the Second Freedom Struggle are required to skip one meal every week and use the amount thus saved to feed hungry Indians with love, with the awareness that all Indians are members of one larger national family and hence, are brothers and sisters to one another. Those with medical problems can avoid skipping the meal and make some other sacrifice every week. Feeding the hungry Indians can be done individually or collectively.
            However, members of DBM will collectively use the savings from their Tyagarchana to feed poor children in India below 14 years of age through the various Mathru Bhavans established by DBM at different parts of the country under the legal ownership of NIT

B) Mathru Bhavns Project

    The savings from the Tyagarchana of a group of people or of members of a NGO/Service Society/Club/Institute/Group/ Industry/ Corporate body can be collectively used for establishing a 'Mathru Bhavan' in a slum/village in the region. Mathru Bhavan means mother's house. It will be a home of love and care. It is an ideal project to develop 'mathru sakhthi' (Mother Power) in the country.
            The Mathru Bhavan concept is very simple. The house of a loving mother in a village or slum where the poor an hungry children of the locality can assemble for two hours every day evening will be referred to as a 'Mathru Bhavan'.
        A nourishing vegetarian meal is to be cooked and served to the poor and hungry children with love by the mother of the house when they assemble at her house in the evening. One or two volunteers can help the mother of the house in this project of love.
            Resources of Mathru Bhavans should be mobilized by people beginning with he savings from own Tyagarchana. 'Begin with self, begin today and begin small' is the methodology to be used in this mission. People can also mobilize resources for Mathru Bhavans through any other additional programs/methods/ means without compromising the spiritual vision and values that NIT uphold.

‘Begin with self, begin today and begin small’