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 word tyagarchana is constituted by two Hindi / Sanskrit   words - tyaga  and archana. Tyaga means conscious and willing  self-sacrifice. Archana means love-offering made to God with faith and devotion for the common good of humanity. Hence, the term tyagarchana can be defined as conscious and willing self-sacrifice lovingly offered to God with faith and devotion for the common good of humanity.
             Tyagarchana is the highest form of worship that can be offered to God by human beings. The perfection of tyagarchana is offering one’s own life to God as an expression of one’s faith and devotion. The best example of such a perfect tyagarachana is the surrender of his spirit by Lord Jesus Christ into the hands of God the Father while dying on the cross. The last words spoken by Lord Jesus Christ, Father, into your hands I surrender my spirit” ( Lk.23.46) express in themselves the greatest ever expression of  tyagarachana in human history .
             Lord Jesus Christ is the Sadguru (true guru who embodies the truth of his sadhana) of tyagarachana. He is thedivine instrument who embodied the truth of tyagarchana to its human perfection. In India we have the examples of Mahatma Gandhi who had also surrendered his life to God with the words, ‘Hey.. Ram….’ upon his lips. Mahatma Gandhi is the Acharyaguru of Tyagarchana. He practiced and taught tyagarchana through his life. ‘My life is my message’, he had said.
             Tyaga and seva (self-sacrifice and selfless service) are the two constituent elements of Tyagarchana. These are the eternal values that ever inspired the Indian mind. The great men and women of India have always been men and women of tyaga and seva. Hence, tyagarchana will help to bring out the hidden greatness within Indians. It will make India great in the world family of nations.
             If  one is aiming at regenerating India, one has to try to regenerate the values of tyaga and seva  in the people of India. This was the truth discovered and taught by Swami Vivekananda. This truth was also upheld and supported whole-heartedly by Mahatma Gandhi and other great sons and daughters of Mother India. Thus, tyagarchana is an effective spiritual regeneration programme that will provide a strong spiritual foundation and a deep spiritual unifying force to the Second Freedom Struggle & Hunger-free India Campaign.

Tyagarchana and Mathru Bhavan

             Theese projects are the core movements under 'Hunger-free India campign. ‘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.


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