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.

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Mathru Bhavan

              The term ‘Mathrubhavan’ means mother’s home. Mother is the symbol of selfless love. Mother’s home is the place where one can get unconditional and selfless love. Children and grownups alike seek the presence of their mothers at times of pain and need. Daughters prefer their mother’s home for delivering their children. Mothers bring consolation and strength at times of need.
               The Tyagarchna programme, when taken up collectively by a group/institution/organization, can not only generate great synergy, but can also create substantial amount of wealth from the fasting / sacrifice of its members. This wealth will be chanelised by Dharma Bharathi Mission for establishing ‘Mathrubhavans’ in the country as socio-spiritual centers to achieve the target of providing one nourishing vegetarian meal and one hour of non-formal education with love to all poor and hungry children in India below 14 years of age.             
              India is called to be a mother in the world family of nations. America is referred to as ‘Father America’. Germany is ‘Father Germany’. Russia is ‘Father Russia’. But India is ‘Mother India’. India’s destiny is linked with the depth and breadth of her motherhood and motherly love. True spirituality is measured in terms of such motherly love which is selfless and self-sacrificing. All human beings have within them the potentials to be embodiments of such love and spirituality. Mother India’s destiny will depend to the extent to which she can embody such selfless motherly love for all her children irrespective of their religion, caste, color, creed, gender, age, stage, language, ethnicity etc.
              The ‘Mathrubhavan’ concept is very simple. The house of a loving mother in a village or slum where the poor and hungry children of the locality can assemble for two hours every day evening is referred to as a ‘Mathrubhavan’. A nourishing vegetarian meal is to be cooked and served to these poor and hungry children with love by the mother of the house with the help of local volunteers. This will be the first action of love. ‘Mathrubhavans’ will also promote a five-point non-formal educational module for national regeneration of India termed ‘Pancha Sutra’. This is the second component of the Mathrubhavans project. ‘Tyagarchana’ & ‘Pancha Sutra’ are the two loving activities that will constitute the two most important components of the Mathrubhavans project.

The ‘Pancha Sutra’ non-formal educational module

  1. ‘Prarthana Sutra’  (saying a prayer every day for peace in India and the world according to one’s own religious tradition)
  1. ‘Patai Sutra’ (learning something new and useful every day)
  1. ‘Safai Sutra’ (keeping body, cloth and surroundings clean at all times )
  1. ‘Prem Sutra’  ( saying and doing things with love)
  1. ‘Seva Sutra’ (serving parents, teachers and elders selflessly and with respect)

              The ‘Pancha Sutra’ will constitute the ‘non-formal education’ component of  ‘Mathrubhavan’. Educational Institutions, Youth Clubs, NGOs, Religious Communities, Rotary Clubs, Lions’ Clubs, YMCAs, YWCAs, Temples, Mosques, Churches, Gurudwaras etc. in India can join the Second Freedom Struggle & Hunger-free India Campaign  by taking up the Tyagarchana and Pancha Sutra programmes and starting  ‘Mathrubhavans’ of their own in villages and slums in their respective localities for promoting these programmes.
              Mathrubhavans can function as centers of education and empowerment of women. This will develop ‘Mathrushakti’ and will help to awaken India to the glory of her universal motherhood. Mathrubhavans can also serve low cost nourishing vegetarian food to people of the locality and thus promote nutrition security and  self-employment opportunities for women. They can further serve as centers of legal awareness, education on RTI Act, Panchayati Raj Act etc., healthcare and first aid, and employment training. The possibilities are many.
              Tyagarchana and Mathru Bhavans projects are the core movements under 'Hunger-free India campign.   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.
              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’