Until the lions tell their side of the story, the tale of the hunt will always glorify the hunter ~ African Proverb

Generations of Indians, especially Hindus have unwittingly suffered ignominy and degradation due to the insidious anti-Hindu and anti-national narrative fixed and controlled by left-dominated educational institutions in India.

Srijan Foundation aims to change the anti-Hindu and anti-national narrative of the leftist-Marxist historians and educationists by telling Indian history from the point of view of Indians themselves.

Mission Statement:

Srijan Foundation Trust is committed towards reclaiming, rebuilding and revitalizing Indian Civilization to be able to connect to the past positively and pass on the ideals of Unity and Nationhood to successive generations.

Key Objectives:

Holistic Education For All-Around Development Of Children – Achieving this objective would entail facilitating and supporting education through formal as well as non-formal methods for the overall holistic development of children into balanced, confident, self-guided and self-motivated citizens.

Freeing Hindu Temples From Government Control – Achieving this goal would empower Hindu society by releasing thousands of crores annually, which can be used in a dharmic manner to run Schools, Hospitals, Orphanages, Ved Pathshalas, Gau shalas, Ayurvedic Clinics, Annadanams (Free Food) and most importantly, to stop conversion activities.

Retelling The History Of India From The Perspective Of Indians – This would be achieved by making curated as well as original content challenging the extant colonial or invader’s narrative and rebuilding an Indic narrative, accessible in all Indian languages. Making research and translations an institutionalized process would be key to achievement of this goal.

Spreading Indic Spiritual Ideas In India And Across The World – Achieving this goal entails making original and curated content expounding Indian spiritual wisdom in an authentic, non-partisan manner, available in all Indian languages. Facilitating research and translations with a methodical approach would be the mainstay of achieving this goal.

Supporting Entrepreneurial Ventures Of Indian Religionists – This would be achieved by identifying and supporting dharmic Indic ventures engaged in upliftment and empowerment of Children, Women, Socially Disadvantaged Sections and other Lower Economic Strata of Indian society across India.

Creating Native Forests And Local Water Conservation Systems – This would be achieved by organizing community participatory activities like seed ball bombing drives and water harvesting measures. Researching and reviving ancient and indigenous sustainable forestry and water conservation techniques would be the chief focus towards implementing this objective.

Supporting Third-Party Non-Profits Working Towards Revitalizing Indian Civilization – This would be achieved by identifying and aiding dharmic Indic Non-Profits working in similar areas and broadly aligned with the objective of revitalizing the Indian nation and the Indian civilization as a whole.

Long Term Vision:

Srijan Foundation Trust has envisioned a clear roadmap as to where it sees itself in the next decade. Over the next decade Srijan Foundations aspires to:

  • establish Indology/Indic Studies Chairs in national as well as international universities.
  • support PhD scholars in Indology/Indic Studies to encourage more and more researchers to take up Indic subjects.
  • establish itself as a significant Think Tank on issues related to Indology, Indian History and Civilization.
  • acquire institutional membership in Think Tanks to be able to guide and influence policy-making.
  • aid researchers and writers in acquiring materials and publishing monographs, research papers and books etc. to help them carry out original research on Indic subjects.
  • provide scholarships to students in schools and colleges run by Hindu institutions such as Gurukuls and Ved Pathshalas.
  • institutionalize traditional Indic knowledge in a structured manner and enable academic access to students and seekers across all ages, especially children and youth.

Srijan Foundation Trust is a registered Non-Profit under the 12AA, Read with section 12 A of the Income Tax Act, 1961.