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.



Pranaam Acharayji and Hari om to all of you. It was indeed a beautiful n memorable trip with blessings of Panduranga. We enjoyed a lot and learned good things too, Thanks to all the team members for putting a lot of efforts and taking care of all our needs and comforts and making the trip a memorable one. Thank you Acharyji a lot for allowing me to be a part of this spiritual journey. [...]

Geeta Ganga Chapter-7 with Krishnashtami Celebrations

Krishna Janmashtami was celerated by imbibing the words of wisdom from the 7th chapter of the Gita in the Geeta Ganga series of discourse by Vasudhaaji. Quite symbolically, the discourse began with the unfolding of the ‘tat’ or ‘that’ aspect of the mahavakya ‘TatTwam Asi’ wherein Bhagwan explains who He is.[…]


Yatra is not the physical travel to any pilgrim centre. It is the journey within of a seeker. And as Vasudhaaji says, when you travel within, you travel the whole wide world and beyond. The Akkalkot-Pandharpur-Tuljapur yatra organised by VVF on 11th and 12th August was one such. […]

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. […]



Intellectual Miserliness

The shastras/ scriptures talk of moksha/ atma gyaan/ Brahman as a state of awareness/ consciousness inherent in us, realizing which, delivers us free from sorrow, suffering, all limitations and sense of bondage. This state, which is, our true nature of being, is eternal, limitless, of the nature of knowing and bliss.

This being so it also points to the fact that humans show a great sense of intellectual miserliness when it comes upon enquiring into it. Knowing that there is such a state of ultimate fulfillment we still do not seek it. This indeed is a wondrous mystery of Creation.[…]