Sambodh Foundation Kerala

  • Inauguration of Sambodh Kerala on 8 April 2012First Board Meeting of Sambodh Kerala Trust

    Sambodh Foundation Kerala is the newest umbrella organisation of Sambodh in Kerala registered as a Trust and coordinates spiritual, charity and cultural programs in various cities and villages of Kerala for the young and old, students and kids.


    Swami Adhyatmananda is the Mukhya Acharya. Sambodh Kerala is guided by the viison and teachings of Paramacharya Swami Bodhananda. The Sambodh Kerala Trust was inaugurated on 8 April 2012, in Trivandrum at Bodhananda Kendram.

    Apart from organising the annual programmes of Swami Bodhananda in various towns of Kerala, SFK is engaged in organising various programmes focusing on the wellbeing of parents, youth, students and children. SFK also organises spiritual camps for seekers and students. The activities focus on: Protection of Environment: a. Conserving Rain Water b. Planting Trees - Green Cover; Yoga and Health Care, Medical Camps; Empowering Youth, Women & Children: a. Youth Camps - Enhancing Self Confidence, b. Sthree Saktheekaranam - Seminars, c. Councelling for Ladies & Youth, d. Mathru Pooja - Respect Womanhood, e. Promoting Women Enterprises; Charity: a. Educational Assistance b. Assistance for the Aged & Sick


    Teachers and Acharyas of Sambodh Kerala

    Apart from Swami Adhyathmananda who is the Mukhya Acharya of Sambodh Kerala, the teachers and Acharyas who have been given Sanyasa Deeksha by the Paramacharya Swami Bodhananda include: Swami Atmajyotirananda, Ma Ananda Chinmayi, Ma Ananda Yogamayi, Ma Jyothirmayi. The Brahmacharis are Pranava Chaithanya, and Arun Kumar.






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  • 25 Years of Bodhananda Seva Society

  • Bodhananda Seva Society, completed 25 years of spiritual service in 2016, guided and inspired by its propounder and Paramacharya Swami Bodhananda.  BSS celebrated its Silver Jubilee from 2015-2016 with various programmes. Year-long events were organised as part of the silver jubilee celebrations. The celebration was officially inaugurated on July 11, 2015.

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    Swami Bodhananda on the occasion of the BSS Silver Jubilee

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  • Lecture on "...Reflection on the Continuity of Life" by Swami Bodhananda (at India Habitat Centre, New Delhi, on 26 March 2016). Watch the Full Video

    Lecture on "Spirituality and Leadership" by Swami Bodhananda (at All India Management Association, New Delhi, on 18 March 2016).
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    Visionary Leadership

    • It is Gurudev's vision and inspiring spiritual guidance that gave rise to the idea of 'Bodhananda Research Foundation for Management and Leadership Studies' in 1988, to foster human potential development, and to develop leadership through dialogue, in management. BRF-ML was formally registered as a Trust in 1995.

      Swami Bodhananda is the spiritual guidance and inspiration for Sambodh and its sister institutions in India, North America and the rest of the world. Programs and projects for the study and propagation of Vedantic Scriptures, research on Indian management and contextulaising it in the contemporary economic and geopolitical context, ashrams to set our minds high and meditate in unison with the harmony of mother nature, living with nature, social service activities for the minorities and underprivileged - all these are blooms of His divine vision flowing through His devotees and associates in different parts of the world.

    • Apart from His erudition in Vedantic texts, Swami Bodhananda is a well known management guru.. He is an avid reader and is well-versed with the contemporary challenges that the corporate leadership and corporate management face. The Gita and ManagementSwami Bodhananda is the author of several books: His latest book is Indian Management and Leadership. Other books include The Gita and Management; Meditation: The Awakening of Inner Powers; Happiness Unlimited; Seven Hindu Spiritual Laws; and, Management and Mahabharata. He has also authored two conversation-styled books, one with a scholar of consciousness studies in India, and the other with a young Indian-American lawyer in the United States. These books are “Dialogues: Philosopher meets Seer” (2001) and “Irreverent Spiritual Questions” (2004).

    • The range of topics Swami Bodhananda addresses extends from human potential development, managerial excellence and leadership studies to the experience of "absolute peace in the midst of dynamic activity". Here are selections from, the papers and thoughts He has written at various occasions; Travelogues; Thematic Notes; correspondence and discussions between Gurudev and His devotees through letters and meetings, public interviews and media reports; Messages that Gurudev writes on occasions of spiritual and cultural importance. READ MORE

      The divine and spiritual presence of our Guru invokes an inner and self-giving motivation in us to come out of ruts and stereotypes, conflicts and dilemmas, and to experience the full flowering of the spirit. To follow the sacred footsteps, the divya-paada, of the Guru is to travel to the abode of the Ultimate Truth.