The SriRamyam Foundation is a free, non-denominational voluntary devotional organisation based in India. Its members come from all faiths and share a common goal to reach the ultimate goal of realisation of their innate divinity by practising the teachings of love and service taught by their spiritual experiences. To build one’s character and by overcoming all obstacles in life, reaching the perfect goal, with one single word “ SreeRama” .Our Slogan SriRama Namam Apadaamapahartharam Dataram Sarva Sampadaam itselfs tells us the greatness of the word Sree Rama and its devine way of living.
At the core of the foundation is the individual who believes in the assumption of personal responsibility for ethical transformation through selfless love and service and who believes in Hindu religion and Vedic science. The membership is free and open to all. Typically, individual seekers of love and peace, drawn by the experiences of friends and family members, come to the nearest places spiritual singing together with other devotional and spiritual activities, Spreading the Rama Nama across the globe and also to volunteer in regular service activities such as giving food to the needy, medical services, and other forms of civic volunteerism.
In such a space, sincere seekers, students of spirituality, and service-minded volunteers gather for spiritual singing, devotional spiritual activities. The goal of participation is ultimately the transformation of self and society into a place of selfless love, a place where the recognition of the divinity innate in humanity becomes possible.
Hi-Tech lifestyle and increased materialism has the current generation restless and racing against time. Lack of interest in our own Culture and Traditions made us strangers for our own DHARMA. Today most of the X-Generations parents are not able to answer simple questions asked by kids, like - why we wear Tilak or Bindi? , Why women put Haldi on feet?, Why we should break Coconut in Temples? , etc. Time and interest factors are the main reasons and the influence of Western civilization have over took ours.
We have been kept away from our traditions. Over night we can not change the present rotten westernized culture, but sure we can change tomorrow and in future.
Members of SriRamyam practice Hanuman Chalisa,Ramayana in their homes and also worship in temples. They also promote bhakti-yoga, or SreeRama Consciousness, through festivals, the performing arts, yoga seminars, public chanting, and the distribution of the society’s literatures.