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Samhithaa Trust

Wisdom is indeed the fruit of penance
Founded for: Yoga, Sanskrit, Philosophies, Vedas, Tantras, Spritual Studies, Ayurveda and Selfless Services.

Help to Support Samhithaa Trust

Should I contribute anything other than this recitation?

Recitation is the great contribution which you are doing.

Of course, if you can do the charity that would be even more helpful for us. That will be great support for the Ritual.

In Sanskrit charity is called DANA.

Dana is giving with Shraddha, faith and sincerity, when a worthy recipient has arrived. Both the giver and the accepter should have Shraddha and should follow Dharma.The giver should maintain both external and internal purity while giving the Dana. The amount of wealth that is gifted is immaterial, however less it might be. The wealth being given in Dana should be without any encumbrances, should have been earned by one’s own efforts in a righteous manner. Dana should not be given to a person, who is unwilling to accept it.

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Seeking Divine Intervention to Safeguard the World

What is Akshara Laksha Dhanvantari Mahayaga?

ॐ धं धन्वन्तरये नमः oṃ dhaṃ dhanvantaraye namaḥ

In collaboration with Samhithaa Trust and Sadhanaganga

We will recite the Dhanvantari mantra 80 million times while offering tinospora cordifolia (also known as guduchi) and ghee into the fire.

We request that you join hands with us. Let us seek the divine intervention to safeguard the world through this ritual.

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Vision and Mission


Samhitaa has a further ambition to establish a common shelter for research and teaching Vedas, Indian Philosophy and Ideologies. From this immense task, we want to create employment for people who are experts in Sanskrit and Yoga and also fulfill the public need for a common place to study this wisdom.

  • अथ योगानुशासनम्॥१॥

    Now let the yoga begin
  • योगश्चित्तवृत्तिनिरोधः॥२॥

    Yoga is to still the patterning of consciousness
  • तदा द्रष्टुः स्वरूपेऽवस्थानम्॥३॥

    Then, pure awareness can abide in its very nature
  • वृत्तिसारूप्यमितरत्र॥४॥

    Otherwise, awareness takes itself to be the patterns of consciousness
  • वृत्तयः पञ्चतय्यः क्लिष्टाक्लिष्टाः॥५॥

    There are five types of patterns, including both hurtful and benign
  • प्रमाणविपर्ययविकल्पनिद्रास्मृतयः॥६॥

    They are right perception, misperception, conceptualization, deep sleep, and remembering