Arsha Vidya Samajam

Arsha Vidya Samajam – Bringing Misguided Hindus Back To Sanatana Dharma

Arsha Vidya Samajam is a Kerala-based non-profit involved in fighting the multi-pronged attacks aimed at weakening Hinduism by forces inimical to the Indic ethos. Arsha Vidya Samajam actively engages with disillusioned and misguided Hindus by educating them and providing them with a genuine understanding of their Dharma. Arsha Vidya Samajam has taken up the mantle of fighting one of the biggest crises faced by Indic society today – Love Jihad.

Conversion Factories Rampant In Kerala

While majority of Indians are still living in denial regarding the reality of Love Jihad, Islamic conversion factories are rampant at the grass-root level in Kerala. Organizations like ‘Satya Sarani’ under the guise of Islamic Studies Society are actively involved in conversion of Hindu girls by Islamic Dawa teams that have infiltrated colleges and universities in Kerala. See the Times Now story on the subject below:

Arsha Vidya Samajam is a division of Arsha World, a parent organization engaged in helping people understand the true essence of Sanatana Dharma and guiding various groups and volunteers to follow, protect and propagate Sanatana Dharma in these turbulent times. Arsha World aims to uplift every human being to the level of a true ‘Aryan’ – a noble person who believes in his own “dharma” and performs his duties faithfully and unconditionally.

Protecting Hindu Girls From The Clutches Of Love Jihad

Arsha Vidya Samajam shot to prominence when the Athira case got highlighted on mainstream English news channels across India. Arsha Vidya Samajam is the organization responsible for bringing back Athira from the clutches of Love Jihad in Kerala. See the news story below:

Arsha Vidya Samajam has undertaken the tough and thankless task of defending Hinduism and protecting Hindu girls and boys from falling victim to hate-campaigns conducted with impunity by Islamists and Christian missionaries in India. They are doing this by conducting intellectual debates and conversations with lost/converted Hindu girls with a view to educate them about their own religion and eventually bring them back to the Hindu fold.

Unfortunately, Athira’s is not an isolated case and there are numerous converted Hindu girls who need to be liberated from the clutches of Love Jihad and reconverted to Hinduism.

For this arduous mission, Arsha Vidya Samajam needs financial support.

Funding Requirements Of Arsha Vidya Samajam

Arsha Vidya Samajam requires Rs. 2,00,000 per month for running their operations as is, as of now. They plan to expand their operations by setting up Hindu Missionary Centres and Re-conversion Centres in various parts of Kerala, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Odisha and so on. This would require funding at a much bigger scale.

While this seems like a lot of money, it would be prudent to consider the enormous amounts of petro-dollars and hawala money pumped into the Gulf-backed conversion machinery that Arsha Vidya Samajam is pitted against. It would be even more prudent to remember the mammoth international Christian-missionary machinery shamelessly carrying out projects like the Joshua Project to ‘advance God’s kingdom’ in India and to ‘bring light to poor unreached Hindu souls of India’.

Recurring Contributions Needed

Srijan Foundation Trust is seeking financial support from 100 people who can donate Rs. 2000 per month for 36 months to raise funds for Arsha Vidya Samajam to run and expand its centres as mentioned above. Please donate with trust and faith.

Srijan Foundation Trust will organize a quarterly call with Arsha Vidhya Samajam to give updates on the progress at the ground level.

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