Who We Are

We are a bunch of abnormal people who are young enough to feel the Compassion with in and old enough to spread the Joy outside. Our Religion is Humanity and Service is our Caste. Our Mission is to to serve the humanity and ensure “Happiness for all, Wellness for all, See divine in all and Prevent sorrow for everyone.” Our Vision is to “Uplift the Downtrodden” in whatever way we can. The trustees of transformation We did a lot of brainstorming on the fact that in spite of having so many trusts, NGOs and non-profit organizations, so many CSR activities and so much of government support, why aren’t things changing at the grass roots levels? We did a lot of research on how things were managed in ancient ages; after all if we’ve been the oldest surviving civilization, we must’ve had some mechanism to cater to this problem of the society, for uplifting the weaker section of the society and catering to the general well-being of the people. It’s been our culture. It’s a part of culture that we’ve always thought about equality among people. We are the only country wherein our Gurus have taught us “jo lade deenke het soora so hi” – the one who fights for the poor is the mightiest. With this kind of thought process, we would have definitely made some mechanism for this in our roots and searching for it, we arrived at the “ashram vyavastha” of our ancient culture. We had four “ashram” in a life time of a person, namely “brahmchrya”, “grihastha”, “vanprastha” and “sanyas”. What took our attraction to the most in our endeavour leading to the formation of TGHF was “vanprastha” or “वनप्रस्थ”, which literally means “towards the jungle”. This was one “ashram” in life of each individual in ancient India, wherein one was just supposed to work for the society without any personal gain or selfish motive. After making a living and fortune for himself and his family, one used to hand over the reins to the next generation, and move to advisory role, as the basic income was already set up. Since income wasn’t the prime need, one was able to think of society and its betterment. This was the stage just before “sanyas” when one was supposed to leave the active life and abandon the world. Secondly, this was the stage by which one had already attained the skill and knowledge through which he had been able to survive, lead a family life and made enough saving and mechanism for his next generation to kill the greed for more. Thirdly, it was the time to give it back to the society, and this used to come naturally as one would have “seen it and done it” all of what we know as the worldly pleasures & possessions. Only a man at this stage would contribute to the society and that’s how we selected the trustees of transformation.

The very fact that both have experienced building own enterprise and leaving it for others, gives them a sensibility of selflessness in worldly possessions and a courage to look beyond. The value system thus created is in line with our core philosophy of “सर्वेभवन्तुसुखिनः” and therefore contributes towards strengthening of the same.

With such kind of Trustees on board we can ensure the transformation to happen, as they are quite well settled in their lives and the trust is not the bread earner for them. With their rich experience in the fields, they can mobilize the things and with their contact in the industry they can enables things for the benefit of the society. Unlike other Trusts, our trustee are our first donors.

अनन्तशास्त्रं बहुलाश्च विद्या अल्पश्च कालो बहुविघ्नता च ।

यत्सारभूतं तदुपासनीयं हंसो यथा क्षीरमिवाम्बुमध्यात् ।।

चाणक्य

आचार्य तक्षशिला विश्वविद्यालय नालंदा

क्षिप्रं विजानाति चिरं शृणोति विज्ञाय चार्थं भजते न कामात् ।

नासंपृष्टो व्युपयुड़्क्ते परार्थे तत् प्रज्ञानं प्रथमं पण्डितस्य ।।

विदुर

नीति शास्त्री एवं राजनैतिक सलाहकार, हस्तिनापुर साम्राज्य

विद्या विवादाय धनं मदाय शक्ति: परेषां परिपीडनाय |
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नीति शास्त्र

पृथिव्यां त्रीणि रत्नानि जलमन्नं सुभाषितम् |
मूढै: पाषाणखण्डेषु रत्नसंज्ञा प्रदीयते ||

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