Bharat Sevashram Sangha is a vast network of volunteers across the globe dedicated to helping people in distress. The Sangha's social welfare activities include disaster relief, spreading education, providing healthcare facilities, vocational training and upliftment of the tribals
Self Realization, Universal Emancipation
Self Sacrifice, Self decipline, Adherence to truth and continence
Forgetfulness of the "self"
Self-Possession, Self-Remembrance, Self-Conciuosness
Heroism, Virility, Manliness and aspiration for Emancipation
Weakness, Fear(Defeatism), Cowardice, Meanness and Selfishness
Patients, Fortitude and Endurance
Self Confidence, Self-Reliance, Self-Respect
Indolence, Slumber, Inertia, Procrastination, Lustful senses and passions
Energy, Initiative, Enthusiasm and perseverance
The Bharat Sevashram Sangha is a spiritual brotherhood of monks and selfless workers dedicated to the service of humanity with non-sectarian, non-communal, non-political character and outlook. It was founded in 1917 by the illustrious patriot saint Yugacharya Sreemat Swami Pranavanandaji Maharaj. The Sangha is a pioneer in organising relief work at the time of natural calamities like flood, epidemic, famine, earthquake etc. It has hundreds of branches in India and abroad.Read more
From many other states cancer patients come to Mumbai to get treatment. Most of these patients belong to Below Poverty Level Strata, more than often Mumbai proves extremely costly for them. Read more...
One of the Aims of the Sangha is to spread education among all the underprivileged. So the Ashram runs free classes of computer training, spoken English, tutorials. Read more...
Umeed is a hand book for cancer patients. Mahamilan is a spiritual monthly registered newspaper. Read more...
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An Art competition was held at the Ashram Premises Bharat Sevashram Sangha, Mumbai, during Navaratri. The date and time was 24th September 2017 at 1 pm. Children below 15 years were invited to participate in this Art Competition.The topics for competition were: Rainy Season, Diwali & Your Favourite Cartoon. There were 18 participants including the cancer patients and local students belonging to poor and needy families, who get free tutorial coaching and basic computer training at our Ashram. The Event was organised by the students of Bachelor of Mass Media (B. M. M.), Arts from Vivekanand Education Societys College.Master Subhash R. Singh stood first, followed by Miss Sujata Kumari (2nd prize) and Master Sanjeev S. (3rd prize). They were given appreciation certificates designed by the event conducting students and prizes from Ashram to encourage them. All the children were given appreciation certificates, food and small gifts.Read More.....
The major activity of the Mumbai branch is to provide free accommodation to outstation cancer patients coming here for treatment at the Tata Memorial Hospital and at other locations. At present we are accommodating 90 patients and their attendants.
The general health conditions of these persons are not good. Since last 2 decades, the inmates of Home for Cancer Patients are practicing Yoga under the guidance of expert teachers. Renowned Yoga Instructors from Shri Ambika Yoga Kutir are conducting Yoga classes every Saturday from 5 pm to 6:30 pm. Yoga helps:
· To lead a healthy life,
· To overcome ego and live peacefully,
· To give up ill practices, e.g., Tobacco & Alcohol consumption etc.
· To take vegetarian and unexciting diets and
· Helps practicing Yoga to enhance ones inner strength and control the senses.
Practicing these instructions many of the patients are feeling better physically and mentally.
21st June 2017 was the International Yoga Day. This day is going to be observed all throughout the world. In Bharat Sevashram Sangha, Mumbai Premises, on this day, from 5:00 pm onwards Instructors from Ambika Yoga Kutir conducted a special Yoga Session, especially for the Cancer Patients, but all were cordially invited to attend the session.