Our mission is to not just impart knowledge but to see that students are happy and follow path of dharma after completion of course. Apart from knowledge and skills needed for modern day society we shape the students as good citizens and to be happy.

The 10 Rules of Dharma

Manusmriti written by the ancient sage Manu, prescribes 10 essential rules for the observance of dharma: Patience (dhriti), forgiveness (kshama), piety or self control (dama), honesty (asteya), sanctity (shaucha), control of senses (indraiya-nigrah), reason (dhi), knowledge or learning (vidya), truthfulness (satya) and absence of anger (krodha). Manu further writes, “Non-violence, truth, non-coveting, purity of body and mind, control of senses are the essence of dharma”.

Therefore dharmic laws govern not only the individual but all in society. These will be imparted into every individual to make them perfect beings in society.

We follow guru sishya parampara or teacher-student continued relationship which is more than commercial.  Sanatana Dharma tells us that everything is known to us. In the material world we have lost happiness and we became just consumers and became a percentage in marketing departments. We teach how to be happy being part of material world but at the same time to be wise to detach from material world.

Our values:

Teachers are ever respected. Guru is the Sanskrit word for teacher. Gu means darkness and Ru is remover and one who has seen light can alone remove darkness by knowledge. Such a teacher is ever revered. We focus on teaching philosophical outlook in material world in order to minimise depression among students and give them hope and knowledge of living life in harmony with themselves and with society.

For who, way it works

The courses are for all those who have decided to learn something new, implement in life to be happy and to have better quality of life.

During study period one is also trained in personality development so that the students mould their thinking to see any given situation in a different spectrum from materialist spectrum of the western world.


Surinam Indian society, Indian expats, Dutch, Europeans in The Netherlands, Gemeente Den Haag and other cultural associations of India and Dutch organizations working with Indian culture and India, Hindoe schools in The Netherlands.