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The spiritual guides of the Paramhansa Yogananda Public Charitable Trust are the same as that of Ananda Sangha: Nayaswami Jyotish, Nayaswami Devi, Nayaswami Dhyana and Nayaswami Jaya – working in close coordination with Jayeeta, the Director of the trust.
Nayaswami Devarshi – Director of Kriya Sangha & Head of Ananda India Monastery
The Yogananda Trust serves 4,550 destitute, abandoned, and helpless elderly women per month, especially widows, above the age of 60 years, in Vrindavan and neighbouring Radhakund in India.
The Yogananda Trust attempts to provide these mothers with love, care, and compassion for the betterment of their physical, emotional, and spiritual health. This has allowed the elderly widows to open their hearts and souls and embrace the staff as family and live their lives now with dignity, joy and a sense of purpose.
When I came to Ananda the teachings of Paramhansa Yogananda significantly and positively impacted my life. I could not wait but share the teachings of my Guru through the small effort of donating to Ananda. This act of giving helped me to see beyond myself, which made me a better family man. This in turn has made me more successful in all aspects of my life. – Kamal Preet Chawla
Regular donations are a way for me to act as a channel for my Guru to help spread these blessings. Favourable conditions continue to happen and my heart is full of joy knowing that God guides and provides for me. Giving has opened the doors for Gurus to bless me. These blessings do not only come in the form of money, but it also comes in the form of good health, joy and peace of mind. – Purvi Yadav
What started with fear and uncertainty – “my money; oh! how can I give it away like this; what will happen to me?” – has become one of the most satisfying and rewarding things I do in my life now.
– Satisfying because I can see how Ananda continuously seeks out and helps to serve the needs of the people around India.
– Rewarding because this one single regular act has helped me to start to experience what “living in abundance” means I always seem to have what I need, when I need it!
Thank you Ananda, for giving me this opportunity to help me experience the freedom from attachment to money! What a joyful part of my spiritual journey this has been. – Ashis Chakravarty
Donating to Guru’s work makes me feel the divine presence – Guru is near and in my heart. This unseen power helps to mentally plan our finances and I know that God will take care of us. Since I started donating, I have realized the more I give the more blessings I receive – always. I somehow feel lifted, taken care of, and not concerned or all that attached to money when I am tithing. Things seem to flow, I always have enough, and I feel continuously blessed. – Pradnya Kulkarni