Ayngaran Foundation successfully completed 25000 families for Akshaya dharma program

Ayngaran Foundation, a Registered Spiritual Non Profit Organization located in the Divine & Serene Town of Palani, TamilNadu.

Online PR News – 25-September-2022 – Palani Tamilnadu – Ayngaran Foundation, a Registered Spiritual Non Profit Organization located in the Divine & Serene Town of Palani, TamilNadu, is dedicated to the establishment of a new and better way of life for everyone in the world based on the fulfillment of the divine plan for humanity. Its educational activities promote recognition and practice of the spiritual principles and values upon which a stable and interdependent world society may be based. Ayngaran Foundation is managed by our Founder Mr. Sasi Krishnasamy and our Chairman Mr. Vince Thomas.

Spreading The Need of Human and Societal Upliftment Worldwide
Leaders have always demonstrated a unique ability to bring about change in a variety of situations. This is especially true of NGO leaders. Charity endeavours require an innovative enthusiasm, the ability to think beyond the bottom line, and a commitment to the development of society. The key individual, be it CEO, Chairman or Managing Director (MD), are the embodiment of what their company stands for. Their self awareness and outlook help them identify what needs to be changed to be future-ready. The focus and approach of NGOs have dramatically shifted over time.

Until the early 90s, social ethics–a demand to change society on multiple grounds was a strong and voluntary concern. In other words, the focus was to reform social ills, not provide welfare or social services or charity. However, the changing socio-economic structure has changed their motivation, and most of them are now only a means of self-employment. Either they start with a social issue that the government doesn’t address, or they respond to financial shortages as social entrepreneurs. While this does not make them erroneous in principle, it takes them away from a comprehensive vision of societal improvement.
Even among this transformed community of NGOs, however, there are leaders proudly carrying the torch of societal improvement, and one of them is Mr. SASIKUMAR KRISHNASAMY (Founder) MR VINCE THOMAS AYITHAMATTAM(Chairman). Through his NGO, Ayngaran Foundation, is adhering to people’s development while reforming sections of the society that can help in the country’s development.

Contributing to society and people’s development was a childhood dream of Mr. Sasikumar Krishnasamy. But it didn’t come easy for him. At the age of 5, he and his family moved into the greenery of Coimbatore, where he completed his tertiary education. Afterwards, he started out in the corporate sector and in 2011, entered the jewellery sector. Moving on, he worked in multiple trust foundations, social service trust, etc., further fuelling his passion and experience in social contribution work.

He and his partner, Mr. Krishnasamy, formed a team of individuals having the same passion and put Ayngaran on the path to become a well-known NGO in India. The foundation focuses on laying the groundwork for a healthy lifestyle through meditation, education, research, and more. Along with India, Ayngaran has a huge foothold in UK & USA


“It’s not how much we give but how much love we put into giving.” – Mother Teresa
Unlike other NGOs that focus on a specific topic and dedicate a significant amount of resources to it, Ayngaran takes a holistic approach to society. Established in the holy and calm hamlet of Palani, the foundation dedicates its efforts and resources to the fulfilment of God’s plan for humanity.

In a broad sense, it aids people in self healing through meditation campaigns and spiritual principles practice, encourages children’s growth through educational activities, and supports a better farming future through innovation-driven practices. It also strives to inspire people to care for society and participate in related activities. Ayngaran is also working to develop efficient herbal treatments for common disorders such as diabetes, high blood pressure, and hypertension, as well as improving living standards. It also engages and launches poverty-alleviating projects, particularly in developing countries.
While Ayngaran has accomplished multiple holistic projects, its magnum opus is the Veda Bodhivanam. Under this project, Ayngaran plans to build meditation centres centers, where people would be trained on Hinduism and meditation for cognitive growth. The project also provides further possibilities, such as Dana (donations), which will be utilised in project development (development of meditation centres, volunteer work during retreats and in construction, taking part in retreats, using skills in web page development, architecture, construction).

The project is available to people all over the world. Volunteers will assist participants with visas, lodging, and other requirements. The initiative will have end-to-end transparency, ensuring that donors are investing in something worthwhile. People can donate anonymously or in person, and their names will be included to a special list at the end of this project.

Ayngaran also plans to allow people to contribute to the purchase of cows and cow feed. The ‘Ayngaran Goshala’ will be established under Veda Bodhivanam, allowing donors to add a valuable incursion to their family. Donors can join up for a one-time or recurring donation. They can adopt a cow and provide it with the necessary care through this endeavour. Donors will also have the option of choosing the name of their cattle.