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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Dharma Rajya Vedi (DRV)

“First you strive for the Kingdom of God and His righteousness, and all other things will be given to you as well.”
                                                                                                                                                                    - Sadguru Jesus Christ

‘Dharma Rajya Vedi’ (DRV) was founded on 2nd October 1990 by Acharya John Sachidanand (now Acharya Sachidananda Bharathi) as an inter-religious network for a ‘New Indian Renaissance’ based on an integral vision of life and reality, and on a synthesis of science and spirituality.

The ‘Kingdom of God’ (‘Dharma Rajya’) of love, unity and peace on earth has ever been the vision and mission of DRV.

Justice V. R. Krishna Iyer, an internationally known former Judge of the Supreme Court of India, served as the first National President of DRV. The first successful Public Campaign of DRV was ‘Parents’ Movement for De-party Politicisation of Education’ (PMDE) initiated in Kerala on 23rd Oct 1992 with a week-long ‘Upavasa Prarthana Yajna’ (fasting and prayer done by people publically for a worthy cause) under the leadership of Acharya Sachidananda Bharathi to save school students from violent party politics that was prevalent in High Schools in Kerala during that time. This new method of non-violent social action was the first spiritual contribution of DRV to Kerala and India.

The second National President of DRV was Justice Alladi Kuppuswamy, former Chief Justice of the High Court of A.P. Though DRV was responsible to initiate the National Regeneration Movement (NRM) during the Golden Jubilee of Indian Independence, it was more or less inactive after the initiation of Dharma Bharathi Mission in 2003.

DRV was revived as the ‘Enlightened Political Wing’ of DBM in the first ANC of the Second Freedom Struggle organized by DBM at Sevagram Ashram, Wardha, on 29-31 January 2009. Sri. P.V. Rajagopal, President of EKTA Parishad and the charismatic leader of the landless millions in India, served as the National President of the revived DRV till the 5th ANC organized at Sevagram on 29th & 30th January 2013. Since then DRV has taken a new shape and form as a ‘Moral Corrective Force’ in India.

Following its revival in January 2009, DRV had selected Kerala as an experimental ground and pilot project for developing the concept of ‘Enlightened National Politics’

An All-Kerala ‘Dharma Rajya Sandesa Yatra’ was organized by DRV under the leadership of Acharya Sachidananda Bharathi in May-June 2010. This was an important initiative within the ENP experiment in Kerala.

With the initiation of the ENP Movement during this 5th ANC, Dharma Rajya Vedi is given a new form and role as a ‘Moral Corrective Force’ to guide the Second Freedom Struggle of India and the ENP Movement in the path of satya, ahimsa, tyaga and seva through inter-religious dialogue and cooperative action, and to provide them with the necessary spiritual and moral ‘back up force’.

DRV will hereafter function as a national socio-spiritual network of like-minded ‘Collaborating Partner Organizations’ (CPOs) from different religious and socio-spiritual traditions in India based on the following ‘four pillars’ of an inter-religious mission for nation-building as outlined in the ENP Manual.

1. An inclusive vision (Bharatiya Dharma Rajya )
2. A socio-spiritual philosophy (Dharmodaya )
3, A path of non-violent social transformation (Sahana Yoga)
4. A spiritual regeneration programme ( Tyagarchana )

Article: 51-A of the Indian Constitution (The Fundamental Duties of Indian citizens - ‘Bharatiya Dharma’ ) will provide a Constitutional foundation to DRV.

Dharma Bharathi Mission will serve as the ‘core and center’ within the DRV socio-spiritual network and the Second Freedom Struggle.

An Acharya-guru of DBM with a team of Acharyas and Sadhaks will provide moral and spiritual guidance and leadership to the DRV network. The Acharya-guru may also appoint various functionaries for DRV for specific periods of time with specific responsibilities.

DRV is called to realize its vision and mission through the non-violent path of ‘Sahana Yoga’ and its two socio-spiritual applications; Satyagraha & Tyagarchana. The primary task of DRV is to teach and promote this con-violent path and its socio-spiritual applications.