About Us

The Viva Vedanta Foundation is a religious, charitable, non-profit organization formed with the purpose of spreading ancient Indian wisdom to create an evolved society. The Foundation is centred on the principles of listening, learning and living, so as to spread the knowledge of our rich and ancient scriptures. Through the learning and contemplation of scriptures and all-round self-development of every individual, the mission is to show the way forward[...]

Our Events & Programs

Our events & Programs

The Foundation organizes camps and Yatras with Vasudhaji to different places at regular intervals. Special occasions like Shivratri, Guru Purnima and Dusshera are celebrated with great enthusiasm at the Centre. The concepts of Vedanta are imbibed by living its principles through selfless service activities like Annadaanam, tree plantation drives and value-based workshops for youth. Under the guidance of Acharya, meditation sessions and workshops on Agnihotram are also conducted.



As a first timer at Anandotsav, the khandala camp was a unique experience for me. I was struck by the difference in the group dynamics and behaviour here as compared to other gatherings. The consideration and affection with which the volunteers dealt with the participants was inspirational.It was also remarkable that individual ego clashes and one upmanship , so common in group activities was absent and the whole environment provided space and dignity to each of us. [...]

Paths to Realisation

The students of the Basic Vedanta course formed three groups namely Ganga, Yamuna and Saraswati representing Karma, Bhakti and Jnana respectively for a debate on the paths to Self-Realisation.

Each team contended to the best of its ability to put across the superiority of the path they represent, over the other paths. […]

Geeta Ganga Chapter-1

The first session of the series this month by Pujya Vasudhaaji was held at the centre on 4th March 2018. Vasudhaaji interpreted the beauty of a metaphor from the Dhyana Shloka.

“Sarvopanishadogavo dogdha GopalaNandana; Partho vatsah sudhir bhokta dugdham gitamrtam mahat” […]

The Essence of Upanishads -1

The first session of the monthly discourses on The Essence of Upanishads by Pujya Vasudhaji was held at the Centre on 2nd March.Vasudhaaji explained the meaning of the word Upanishad as approaching the Truth. Any dialogue about the ultimate Truth between the Guru and the disciple is considered an Upanishad. An Upanishad need not be ancient or in Sanskrit.[…]



The Teachers of Guru Dattatreya and the learning.

1. Earth

Steadfastly productive, does its dharma, gets abused, heals and is steady in giving nourishment. Forebearance, remain undisturbed even if oppressed, keep healing even if others injure you.


Passes through everything and everyone, unchanged, unattached, like Truth; sometimes becomes a gale, disturbs and changes the world, like Truth. Be free like the wind, yet resolute true to your own force.


The highest has no boundaries, no limits, is unaffected even if clouds and thunderstorms come and go. The highest within oneself, the Atman (self, soul) has no limits, it is undifferentiated nondual, no matter what, let the clouds of materiality pass, be one with your soul and the Universal Self. […]