• is a Public charitable trust formed on the 1st of April 2008. Kerala Vyasa Samskrita Vidyapeetham a unit under Vishwa Samskrita pratishthanam had been functioning for several years as Samskritam college for Shastri and Prak Shastri courses, Rashtriya Sanskrit Vidyapeeth at Tirupati. Vishwa Samskrita pratishthanam unanimously decided to transfer the management of Kerala Vyasa Samskrita Vidyapeetham by forming a separate Trust under the name Kerala Vyasa Samskrita Vidyaapeetham, from 01-April-2008. The area of operation initially focused in Kerala is open to expanding to other places in India. The main objectives of the Trust is to establish and maintain educational institutions, or research centers, for Promotion of Samskritam, Promotion of Yoga by starting a center for studying and doing research in Yoga, setting up institutes for developing Astrology, Vastu Shastra,etc. and also establishing Ayurveda colleges. It also aims at purchasing and preserving rare samskritam books and manuscripts, and setting up library and research institutions, and assisting students along with financial assistance to samskritam students.


  • Chemmanda, one among the 64 ancient settlements in Kerala, is situated near Irinjalakuda, Thrissur District, Kerala. Nagarjuna Charities is an organisation that has been the forerunner for various developmental programs in this serene hamlet. The ancient Subramania Swami Temple, in Chemmanda is a major area of interest for Nagarjuna Charities. Nagarjuna Charities, in association with Samskritabharati has taken the initiative towards renovating this 1000 years old temple and augmenting it with a Samskritam Study & Research Centre (first of its kind in Kerala), Interwoven with Samskritam studies and activities, this village showcases the original social structure of ancient-Indian village-economies. It is also an ideal destination for those who would love to delve into the ancient Indian wisdom in peaceful natural surroundings.
  • The compound is complete with:
  • A TEMPLE of Lord Subramanya:-The historical and divine abode of Lord Subhramanya at Chemmanda is believed to be the original seat (Moolasthanam) of Sri Dhandayudapani of the famous Palani temple.
  • A GOSHALA ,that promotes traditional Indian methods of Dairy-Farming.
  • A KARSHIKA KENDRAM- center for promotion of Indian traditional farming- Ayurvedic and Organic- using by-products from Goshala for pesticide-free products.
  • A GURUKULAM - which promotes the ancient Indian system of education.
  • A SAMSKRITI KENDRAM- A convention center promoting traditional artforms- performing and visual.
  • BHARATIYA JEEVANA KALA, which promotes Ayurveda,Yoga and Naturopathy for a fulfilling healthy, natural, spiritual life.


  • Sharada Gurukulam is a joint initiative by Nagarjuna Charitable Trust and Kerala Vyasa samskrita vidyapeetham. Sharada Gurukulam is a Samskritam Study and Research Centre that replicates ourtraditional education system, ie, Gurukulam, where students used to stay with the Guru to receive education. Sharada Gurukulam provides residential courses for both adults and children.
  • A volunteer driven institution, Sharada Gurukulam welcomes those who are interested in samskritam and bharatiya sanskriti. Admissions are open to those who have completed the 5th year of formal school education. Education at the Gurukulam is complete with all branches of education, which includes Yoga, Ayurveda, Jyotisha shaastra, darshana shaastra etc,while residing in the campus. Training is also provided for those who wish to be instructors . Education at Sharada Gurukulam is free of cost for those students who can not afford remuneration.
  • The Gurukulam hosts an extensive library for the students to refer to with rare texts. It aims at bringing together and compiling rare scriptures and making them digitally available to all. It also aspires for an exhibition center to exhibit samskritam and Bharatiya sanskriti. It also has several online courses catering to different requirements.

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