Culture promotes refinement. It is termed as saṃskāra which consists of sadguña (good character), sadāchāra (good practices) and sadbhāvanā (good feelings). For a person to be deemed educated, his behaviour should be good, his actions useful to society and his feelings should be compassionate and kind. “Sarvabhūta Hite Ratah” (One should have concern for the welfare of all beings).

People feel that education helps in materialistic pursuits and rest content with this. This is a not a right attitude. Education should promote culture. It is not by education alone but by culture that one gets refined.

The Trust works for the propagation of the human values of Truth, Right Conduct, Peace, Love and Non-violence by conducting value orientation programs for students, workshops for specific groups of professionals such as bureaucrats, lawyers, doctors, etc on the relevance and practice of human values in their respective professions. It also organizes seminars and lectures on Indian Culture & Spirituality and Unity of Religions, for the general public by eminent personalities from various walks of life under the guidance of our Pujya Swamiji Sri Sri Sri Dr. A V Srinivasan