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About Us | Sneha World





What we think, speak, and act defines our self-awareness. Self-awareness is nothing but the quality of being concerned with the human spirit or soul as opposed to material or physical things. Indeed self-awareness is a broad concept with room for many perspectives. In a layman’s language, Self-awareness is a sense of connection to something bigger than us. It typically involves a search for meaning of life. It is a universal human experience that touches us all. People may describe self-awareness experience as sacred or transcendent or simply a deep sense of aliveness and interconnectedness. Your personal definition of self-awareness may change throughout your life, adapting to your own experiences and relationships. Self-awareness is the capacity for introspection and the ability to recognise oneself as an individual separate from the environment and other individuals.

Vision- Mission- Core Values


"सर्व मंगलम भवतु"  | Sarva Mangalam Bhavatu | May Auspiciousness be unto all.



• To serve society by offering meditation techniques to enable the transformation of the human beings.
• To help human beings to achieve their true divine potential & self-healing power by meditation technique.
• To spread awareness about YOGA (Ashtang yoga) means a healthy lifestyle and also spread awareness about yoga founder Bharat (India) means to inspire a sense of patriotism within the youth.

• To seek inner peace and a wealthy mind for all. We explain how mind-body coordination along with meditation helps to achieve a peaceful and stress-free life

Harshgitodya Nandanvan

To change an orphan's future through the love of God and family. Providing loving, nurturing, divinity centered home.


Spread awareness to protect and improve the environment as a valuable asset for the human being.

Core Values

Satya (Truthfulness)

Being honest in our words and actions with ourselves and those around us.

Ahinsa (Non-Violence)

To live in a way that cultivates a sense of peace with ourselves and the world around us.

Asteya (Non-Stealing)

The practice of 'Asteya' is one must not steal nor have the intent to steal another's property through action, speech, and thought the practice of keeping promises.

Brahmacharya (Divine Conduct)

Sustaining divine conduct and maintaining vital energy.

Aparigraha (Non-Possessiveness)

Remember not to covet, what isn't ours. Practice detaching from strong feelings such as jealousy, non-grasping life.

Desh Bhakti (Patriotism)

Patriotism is not only to die for the motherland, but it also to live whole life for motherland (Bharat Mata)


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