Renovation of ancient temples and their maintenance is done by the Jaya Hanuman Seva trust. Please find the list of completed works:

Joy of sharing (JOSH) is ) is a public benefit trust that works to promote world peace and harmony and strive for the betterment of the human race by manifesting the divinity that exists in each one of us, transcending boundaries of caste, creed, religion, age, gender and geography. Activities of the trust include promotion and development of National heritage, arts and culture; ensuring environmental stability and cleanliness envisioning a Clean and Green India; empowering girl children; promoting value based and culture based education in young minds, thereby keeping them reminded of our rich past; enabling youth, the future of India to remain focused and determined in contributing to the development of the nation.

Gokulam, the ‘go shala’ (cow shed) houses about 50 cows and calves. The cows being the holiest of all animals, are worshipped, served and taken care of with great love and tenderness at Gokulam. All the Gods reside in the body of a cow. Although the body of the cow is the abode of all Gods, it is especially the residence of Goddess Mahalakshmi. Therefore, if we worship the cow it will bestow us with wealth and prosperity.

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Sri Premika Varadhan Medical Centre at Madhurapuri Ashram, supported by Sri Sandeepani Gurukula Trust, conducts free medical screening, treatment and awareness camps on Sundays with consultants from Chennai. This service benefits about 300-400 patients a month. Free lab facilities and medicines are also provided.

Sri Bhagavannama Bodendral Oushadalayam at Govindapuram, established on 20 April 2013, provides free medical service. Primary health care, nursing care, lab and pharmacy facilities are provided here between 8am-11am daily. This centre holds numerous screening, treatment and awareness camps in association with other clinics and hospitals.


With the blessings of Madhuri Sakhi Samedha Sri Premika Varadhan, Sri Swamiji established Sri Sandeepani Gurukulam , named after Bhagavan Sri Krishna’s Guru, on 12thJune 1995, the 101st Jayanthi Mahotsav of Kanchi Sri Chandrashekarendra Saraswathi Swami who dedicated His life to propagation of Vedic Dharma. Sri Sandeepani Gurukula Trust strives to preserve our Vaidhika Dharma by imparting Vedic knowledge to students, supporting Vedic scholars and conducting Veda parayanam/conferences. Presently there are nearly 70 students learning Yajur Veda and Sama Veda under the able guidance of the Principal and 9 adhyapaks. Ithihasas and puranas are also taught here. Students are also being trained in regular school curriculum and Sanskrit language. The Gurukulam prides itself with a well-equipped library named ‘Vani Pusthaka Kosham’. The boarding and medical needs of the students are taken care of by the Trust.