His Holiness “Acharya Jagdishji Maharaj” formed Namo Gange Trust in 2015 to promote and implement various activities like Aviral Ganga, Shrimad Bhagwat, Anna Dan, Gau Seva, Yoga & Meditation, workshops, Seminars. We are privileged to have a team of dedicated and devoted members to serve human and humanity. Our team is enthusiastically accepting the challenges of life and working for making lives and living better.

We are a non‐profit organization directed and managed by a team of dynamic and dedicated enthusiastic devotees with the support of the trustees, committee members, professional staff and committed volunteers. With the blessing of Lord Krishna and inspiration from Maa Ganga, our trust has becoming a mission and movement of Shrimad Bhagwat Katha and Aviral Ganga. Now trust is serving large number of population by providing broad range of Social services, Health services, Lifestyle, Environmental awareness and Drugless therapies through various activities like Anna Dan, Gau Seva, Jan Seva, Jan Kalyan, Jan Swasthya, Yoga, Meditation, workshops, Seminars and presentations. Trust is working for social justice, empowerment, education, health, peace and harmony.

Namo Gange Trust Volunteer

Mission & Vision

Our Achievements

Acharyaji’s vision revolves around Educational, Healthcare, Ecological, Spiritual, Cultural, Moral and Social awareness to benefit the people of globe. However, there are such areas where Acharyaji has done incredible contribution to the mankind.

  • The Namo Gange Trust is inspiring millions of people in India to preserve one of the ancient legacies “Holy River Ganga”.
  • The Trust is organizing and conducting health workshops, seminars, speeches, lectures and Yoga/Meditation camps.
  • The Trust is touching life of a man to bring hope and support for healthy and peaceful living.
  • The Trust is creating an impact in our society where the concept of caste, creed, race and religion doesn’t exist.
  • Promoting and expanding the doctrines and messages of Lord Krishna through Shrimad Bhagwat Katha.
  • Presenting chain’s of “The Yogshala” for the entire communities to resolve various health and wellness issues through Yoga & Meditation.
  • The Trust celebrated 1st International Yoga Day on June 21, 2015 by conducting a workshop on ‘Yoga & Meditation’ with enormous witness nearly around 4000 residents of National Capital Region (Delhi/NCR).


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