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सर्वे जनाः सुखिनो भवन्तु

सत्यं वद । धर्मं चर



  • Duration of the Course: 3 months. Starting from 03 Jul 2023
  • Entry Qualification: Intermediate/XII class with adequate knowledge and understanding of English and preferably with knowledge of Sanskrit and CCSD qualified.
  • Medium of Instruction: The medium of instruction and examinations shall be in English/ Telugu /Hindi. 
  • Procedure for admission: Selection of candidates is governed by the rules and regulations laid down in this regard from time to time.
    • Admissions shall be made purely on merit basis.
    • Age limit – There is no upper age limit prescribed for the course.
  • Number of working days: Five days a week for 3 months with 100 hours of instruction.
  • Examinations
  • Online Examinations consisting of objective type questions will be conducted at the end of the courses on Sanaatana Dharma I&II. Theory and practical examinations will be conducted after the Yoga Training.
  • The student should score minimum 50% marks to pass in the examination.
  • Eligibility of Attendance to Appear for the Examinations
  • a) A candidate shall be permitted to appear for the end examination, if he or she has attended a minimum 75% of working days during the course.
  • b) Shortage in attendance may be condoned up to 10% on medical grounds.
  • Eligibility for Award of Certificate
  • A candidate is eligible for award of certificate after he/she completes the course and after clearing all the examinations and attendance requirements
  • Permanent Identification Number (PIN)
  • A Permanent Identification Number (PIN) will be allotted to each candidate to avoid errors in tabulation of results.
  • The minimum strength is 25 and maximum strength is 100 per batch.
  • The Rules and Regulations stipulated in the preceding paragraphs are subject to revision from time to time by Veda Samskruti Samiti

2. The Four Vedas are said to have 1131 shaakhaas  right up to the time of Aadi Shankaraachaarya and  thereafter. During the last more than 10 centuries, many shaakhaas are out of practice due to the various reasons. Presently only seven shaakaas are in the practice of Guru shiShya parampara.

3. There is a need to take care of the available shaakhaas lest even these available shaakhaas are likely to disappear in short future due to various external forces acting in the country vigorously with the power of money and global politics. It is time for intellectuals of Bharata dEsham to wake up and work collectively to protect and preserve Veda Samskruti of Bharata dEsham, by empowering the Youth of Bharat dEsham, the future care takers of Our Heritage, with suitable education of our correct History and Culture.

4. The above back ground lead to formation of Veda Samskruti Samiti which is registered under Societies acts of Government of Telangana, with Regd. No. 961/2016 by Sri. Akella Hemakanta Prabhakara Rao who is the Founder and President of the Samiti.

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