Social Services (RHP)

Gaushala

Protection of Cows is the single-most important principle towards saving the whole world from both moral and spiritual degradation. Simply by protection of Cows all the wonderful benefits of religiosity and piety will be automatically achieved without any separate endeavor. We found it very important to inform our well-wishers and supporters about the need of this program and what we wish to achieve by this in the long run.

Nasha Mukti

Stop nasha juice is an astonishing and mighty remedy for healing different types of pharmaceutical addiction. Smoking, consuming and alike other products adversely affect diverse components of our body. According to national cancerous diseaseous diseaseous disease organisation, addiction to such hurtful compounds can lead to the cancers of the mouth, esophagus, pharynx, larynx, liver in men and of breast cancer in women. Addiction to alcohol, cigarette and tobacco is dangerous for your health. The addiction to these compounds can lead to various compounds.

Child Labour Rehabilitation

The survey and collect the child labours and provide them free education and vocational training ths BSA provide 8 labor school for education.

Save the Girl Child

Many people in the society are looking for helping hands. Let’s be a hope to them. Vishwa Hindu Seva Sangh is one among them. We are joining more orphan children who have no parent’s age group between 3 to 14 years and also joining Widows, Deceived and Separated Women at free of charges only. Our children have been staying with us up to their life settlement that means they will stand with their own bases.

Religious Conversion

Religious conversion is one of the issue that haunts the very existence of Hindu Dharma. It is reported that laksha of Hindus get converted to other religions for various reasons as Hindus lack pride of their own Dharma. In our Hindu Nation, where knowledge about higher regions (Mahar, Jana, Tapa and Satya) beyond Swargalok (Heaven) abounds, how long are we going to listen to fiction like this – ‘You will go to Heaven only if you accept Christianity’ ? Hindus should walk proudly in front of non-Hindus who call them sinners and not worthy of living. Should only Muslims and Christians be staunch followers of their religion ? O Hindus ! You too should dedicate yourselves to your Dharma. If this happens, people of other religions will not hurt your religious sentiments.

Save Temples

Temples are the foundation stones of Hindu Dharma. They play an extraordinary role in protection, preservation and nurturing of Hindu culture. Today Govt is taking over Hindu temples and on the other hand anti-Hindus and fanatics are attacking temples in broad daylight. This is like snatching the psychological, spiritual and emergency support of the Hindus. This is no less an attack on the Hindu culture. 

Cow slaughter

A conspiracy to destroy the seat of faith of Hindus !
Cow, which is the abode of 33 crore Deities, is the seat of faith of Hindus. To deliberately hurt the religious sentiments of Hindus,non Hindus engage in cow slaughter, every year non-Hindus slaughter over 2 crore 40 lakh cows. Protection of the Cow is protection of Dharma; Bharat, from ancient times, has a history of protecting and nurturing Cows at any cost. Hence, O Hindus, stop cow slaughter and perform your duty towards Dharma !

Educate Hindu Culture

In Hinduism education is an important means to achieve the four aims of human life, namely dharma (virtue), artha (wealth), kama (pleasure) and moksha (liberation). Also, it is vital to the preservation and propagation of Dharma, without which, declares vedic dharma, we cannot regulate our society or families properly or live in peace. Vidya or education is the means by which an individual can gain right knowledge, control his desires and learn to perform his obligatory duties with a sense of detachment and devotion to God, so that he can overcome the impurities of egoism, attachment and delusion and achieve liberation. In Hindu tradition, an illiterate person is considered to be equal to an animal (pasu), because without education he will not be able to rise above his physical self. Hence the belief that a person who is initiated into education is twice born, first time physically and second time spiritually.

Gurukul System of Education

A gurukula or gurukulam (Sanskrit: गुरुकुल, romanized: gurukula) was a type of education system in ancient India with shishya ('students' or 'disciples') living near or with the guru, in the same house.[1] The guru-shishya tradition is a sacred one in Hinduism and appears in other religious groups in India, such as Jainism, Buddhism and Sikhism. The word gurukula is a combination of the Sanskrit words guru ('teacher' or 'master') and kula ('family' or 'home').[2][3] Before the arrival of British rule, they served as South Asia's primary educational system. The term is also used today to refer to residential monasteries or schools operated by modern gurus.[4] The proper plural of the term is gurukulam, though gurukulas and gurukuls are also used in English and some other Western languages.