Prasanna Trust is a registered social charitable trust with an objective to relook into various facets of Indian philosophy and culture for effective transformation of an individual and society at large.
Under the guidance of Swami Sukhabodhananda, we work towards our objective through spiritual transformative education programs for people across all age groups, social services and corporate talks. With a history of more than 10 years, Prasanna Trust is based in Bangalore, with offices and chapters across India.
Talk On Personal Excellence Through the Bhagavad Gita
One of the most ancient texts of the world, the Bhagavad Gita provides invaluable insights into the human condition. The Gita is, in essence, a conversation between the guru (Krishna) and his pupil (Arjuna). In his talks, Swamiji delves into the deeper meaning of this timeless conversation.
Through his talks, Swamiji unravels complex concepts of birth, death, karma, dharma, among others, answering some of the most profound questions of life
For online details and registrations, click here.
Principles of Healing and Growth Management
Let the sunshine back into your life. Healing requires a paradigm shift; the program works to remove hurt by enabling that shift. We, all of us, have a 'hurt' body and a 'bliss' body. Our 'hurt' body continues to get affected by the negatives that life throws our way, drawing from negative experiences to create more negativity.
We will employ methodologies such as Yoga Nidra to address habitual patterns, deep seated hurt and insecurities.
Residential Youth Camp for Teenagers
The Young Mind has a high potential for Creativity. How can these Minds be fine-tuned towards Excellence and see a Larger Purpose.Some of the most formative years of a person’s life are between the ages of 12 to 25 years. Negative peer pressure, exam pressure, emotional turmoil from life-changing events, among many other challenges, makes this a particularly difficult period. It is also during this time that lasting impressions and belief systems are formed. We shape our world views, our approaches to problems, our personal likes and dislikes through our experiences during these years.
Ramayana Yatra with Swamiji to Colombo, 21 to 26 Jan, 2016
Here is a golden and rare opportunity to travel with Swami Sukhabodhanandaji to Srilanka and discover the geography and psychology of Ramayana.
Pujya Swami Sukhabodhanandaji is performing yeoman service to society in the form of providing shelter to the homeless, prevention of avoidable blindness – free eye screening camp and cataract surgery where needed for economically weaker section rural population, providing artificial limbs & calipers for people from impoverished background, providing scholarship for meritorious students irrespective of caste, creed and religion from economically weaker sections and in several other ways.
Our non-profit organization in Bangalore works to provide for underprivileged girl children.
Prasanna Jyothi is a home for orphaned and destitute girl children in need of a safe environment. We work to ensure that all of the children's mental, physical, intellectual and spiritual needs are met. Our caretakers facilitate a space of love and joy, so that the girls can grow into happy, contented adults.
We make an appeal for you to support us in this initiative and help girl children in need.
Featured book: The River of Life
A picture speaks a thousand words, or so the saying goes. ‘The River of Life’ is just such a book where pictures speak as much as the words themselves. A coffee table book, the first of its kind by Prasanna Trust, it unfolds the truth behind joyous living, revealing that happiness is not something to be pursued, but rather, realized. Contact us to buy the book.
Our Chapters are extensions of the Prasanna Trust family. Present across many locations around India, our chapter members work to spread Swamiji's message to as many people as possible. Headed by a Chairperson, each chapter holds regular meetings or satsangs for members to join together and carry out activities. For public programs, publications and social activities in your area, please contact your local Chapter Chairperson here.
Chapter News - March 2015
The spring celebration of good over evil, Holi is also considered a festival of love. At Prasanna Trust, celebrations were marked by the characteristic bright colors and high spirits that makes Holi one of the most loved and celebrated festivals around the world.
Our Prassanites, in the august presence of Poojya Swamiji, celebrated Holi with Flowers at Nirguna Mandir on 1st March 2015. Fill in the form at the bottom of the website to subscribe to our newsletter for regular updates. Click here to read our March 2015 newsletter.
Volunteer with us
Our social activities and programs often require volunteers to help us in our efforts. We ask you to join us in our endeavours.
Organize a program or talk
We invite you to bring together people in your city/community or area to hold programs and workshops. They can be conducted either by Swamiji or by our Seminar Leaders. We will facilitate and provide the support for you to make this a success.
Spread the message
Help us spread a message of peace, love, happiness and healthy living. Share our stories, like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.
Get in touch with us and we will work with you to find the best volunteering opportunities.
Contact us to know more.
|Prasanna Trust takes up many social initiatives. You could donate for a cause in the following ways:|
|1. Annadana :|
You have an occasion to share and celebrate with orphans by providing a feast for the children for a day.
You have a desire to educate a deprieved by providing education to a child for a year.
|3. Child Sponsorship|
You would want to adopt a child by providing for food, shelter, schooling, clothing.
Contribution: Rs.10,000/- part sponsorship.
A desire to feed the children in any one day of your choice in your life.
Your magnanimous contribution will keep the torch of service ever illuminating.
Contribution: Rs.15,000/- and above
DONATIONs TO 'PRASANNA TRUST' ARE EXEMPT UNDER SECTION 80(G) OF IT ACT, 1961