Samhitaa Trust was founded on 19/4/2014 with the purpose of disseminating Indian culture and philosophy to entire world. The original intent of the organization is to solve the difficulties of people through Yoga, Meditation, Ayurveda and Indian wisdom. Also to provide samskara and tatwa darshana. In this background, we have set up the principal office of the organization in a remote village Baginakatta deprived of urban infrastructure located in Yellapur Taluk of Karwar District in Karnataka, India and also we have mobile office in Mysore Gokulam, Benglore Indiranagar.
The invaluable knowledge and wisdom enshrined in our rich cultural heritage is the foundation for India's illumination and brightness. The nectar of this great knowledge is embedded in the sanctum sanctorum of the mother goddess of Sanskrit. Sanskrit is the root of Indian cultural heritage. Scientific research followed by Communication and propagation of concepts in the field of philosophical, scriptural, cultural and spiritual wisdom are absolutely essential for our nation's cultural enrichment. With this mission and vision, Samhithaa organization has been founded. Samhithaa organization is Located in the naturally resounding village of Baginakatta which is at a distance of 22Km from Yellapur taluk situated in the district headquarters of Karwar. Surrounded by lush greenery and flushing meadows, the village is a veritable resort of enchanting streams, gorgeous valleys and mountainous tracts. Although the region may be lacking in urbanized development, but it is blessed with resources for spiritual practices and upliftment. For example 24 members of Norway organization called "Back In The Ring" who had got caught in the web of addiction, came out through rehabilitation and got their life rejuvenated by undergoing Yoga and spiritual practices in this village. Apart from getting rehabilitated, the foreigners also paid tributes to the villagers by participating in the renovation of the Local Ganapati temple. Similarly, with a view of protecting our culture, the organization Samhithaa has been conducting many events. By conducting International Yoga conferences, Samhithaa has been successful in creating philosophical, scriptural, cultural and spiritual awareness internationally among people. Apart from these, to expand the philosophical, scriptural, cultural, Yogic and spiritual wisdom of India, Samhithaa organization is planning to start Scientific research and academic activities following the age old system of Gurukula education.
With this vision Samhithaa organization has taken a leading step in the development of Sanskrit and Indian philosophical wisdom. The vision of Samhithaa also envisages creation of employment opportunities for eminent scholars of Sanskrit. A platform is being created for an application oriented practical and scientific study of subjects like Vedas, Vedic science, Philosophy, Spirituality, Yoga and Meditation. Hence our mission is to build a Philosophical city by bringing the study of entire ancient Indian wisdom under one single roof. Moving in this path, all the villagers of Baginakatta have pledged their support towards realizing this mission. Already the villagers are studying Bhagavad Gita in order to establish their village as a GITA GRAMA. The villagers have expressed that they want to make their lives meaningful by the study and practical implementation of the principles of Bhagavad Gita in daily life.
We have started Samhithaa Trust just four years ago. In a way Samhithaa is a small kid, but we have tried our best to expand and protect our culture and ancient wisdom. Hence we have performed the following activities.
Unique ID of VO/NGO KA/2018/0187960
Address- Syndicate Bank, Yellapur, #38 Ward-04, SRILVMUTT, Hubli Road, Yellapur-581359.
Located in the naturally resounding village of Baginakatta which is at a distance of 22Km from Yellapur taluk situated in the district headquarters of Karwar. Surrounded by lush greenery and flushing meadows, the village is a veritable resort of enchanting streams, gorgeous valleys and mountainous tracts. Although the region may be lacking in urbanized development, but it is blessed with resources for spiritual practices and upliftment.
[Note, there are a lot of owls in Baginakatta!]