Vatsalyagram

VatsalyaGram Vrindavan

An endeavor foa a Better life Filled with love and hope

The 52-acre “VatsalyaGram” campus at Vrindavan houses the residential facilities, daily sustenance provisions, access to education, healthcare amenities, recreational options and other engagement facilities for the overall wellbeing of the beneficiaries.

Palna Grah

At VatsalyaGram, we have specially placed a ‘Palna’ (cradle) at the very entrance for those parents who aren’t financially or situationally capable of raising their children on their own. Those parents can leave their babies in the comfortable Palna and immediately a buzzer informs the volunteers of VatsalyaGram about the arrival of a baby. The arrival of each child is celebrated in the same way birth of a new child in a family.

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Gokulam Vatsalya Awas

The main concept of the Gokulam Vatsalya Awas is to provide a family life & support system for those who are not as fortunate as the rest of us. This is a unique concept that has not been practiced anywhere has been encouragingly cultivated within the gated community of Vatsalya Gram. As envisioned by Didi Maa Sadhvi Rithmbhara Ji, children, women, widows and old aged women who have no one else are assigned with a form of a family in which the role of mother, aunt and grandmother is assigned for 7-10 children so that the love and happiness of a family is being fostered all around.

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Gokulam is a residential premise that shelters one such happy family in each unit. A family generally consists of 5 girls, 2 boys, a mother, an aunt (mausi) and a grandmother (nani) with the relationships forged by love. Children are provided with the best education at school within the campus. They are then supported fully in pursuing their dream careers. Currently, there are 16 families consisting of 167 children and 24 women living as mothers, grandmothers and aunts at VatsalyaGram.

Samvid Gurukulam
Sr. Secondary School

Along with a loving family to care and provide guidance, the next most essential thing the children require is the education which allows them to tread on a path towards a purposeful life.

Keeping the same thought in mind, Samvid Gurukulam was founded in order to provide the children of VatsalyaGram and even from outside the campus a type of holistic education that would eventually help them to rise up with knowledge pertaining to spiritual consciousness, moral values, technological know-how and good information in general affairs for the overall development of body mind and soul.

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Krishna Brahamratan Vidya Mandir

Located in the campus of Vatsalyaram, Vrindavan, Krishna Brahmaratan Vidya Mandir is a primary level Hindi medium school that exclusively caters to children coming from BPL (Below Poverty Line) families from neighbouring slums and villages.

All sort of educational training as per normal public schools are concerned are imparted here in fields of arts, crafts, sports, music and dance apart from the mainline education. Furthermore, the students are also provided with mid-day meals, uniforms, stationery and healthcare on a need basis. The school operates with the ultimate goal of empowering these students with the right education so that they can themselves ensure a brighter future both for them and their families. Started in the year 2002 with just 20 students, Krishna Brahamratan Vidya Mandir now has 900+ students.

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Vasuki Shreyam

The project Vasuki Shreyam is PSP's initiative to rehabilitate and mainstream the children of marginalized Sapera and other communities of Brij Mathura region. Children from these communities stay at Vatslayagram and receive formal education and other essential support like shelter, food and healthcare services. Started in November 2015, Vasuki Shreyam currently has 280+ students. We aim to include a larger number of children in the coming years.

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Udyamita

Cottage industry and vocational training center at VatsalyaGram, Udyamita is a place where women of VatsalyaGram and its neighbouring village are trained in vocational courses so that they can become entrepreneurs and contribute to the family income. The women are given training in skills such as beautician's course, papad and pickle making, handicrafts and many other kitchen items.

The initiative was further strengthened when we have collaborated with Micro ST Lab to provide computer training to women at Udyamita. Our trained personnel with a completely equipped lap ensure that the beneficiaries excel in computer knowledge and use it make a career.

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Guest House - Meera Madhav Nilayam

VatsalyaGram attracts many tourists owing to its first-of-its-kind concept. Guests from across the country and abroad visit VatsalyaGram and get inspired by its novel culture, concept and its spiritually uplifting ambiance.
Meera Madhav Guest house, within the campus, is an ideal option for stay for those who want to experience the spiritual and religious atmosphere in Vrindavan.
The guest house currently has 58 rooms and is undergoing expansion to accommodate more people.

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Vashishtyam

The special ones need special care and at VatsalyaGram, exactly that is provided to children with special needs with the on-campus institute Vaishishtyam. A day care centre and residential facility, Vaishishtyam serves children with special needs such as Autism, ADHD, Down Syndrome, etc. Equipped with physiotherapy, speech therapy, vocational training, resource rooms, computer lab, etc., Vaishishtyam endeavours to help reduce the daily struggle of its beneficiaries through individually planned and systematically monitored interventions, which are designed to help these children achieve a higher level of self-dependency. Vaishishtyam started in August 2014 and currently has 120 students.

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Chikitsalaya

Gd Bansal Swasti

It is a state-of-the-art allopathy hospital that has 2 operation theatres, one diagnostic laboratory, one X-ray unit, one dental clinic, a neonatal nursery unit, paediatrics ward, female ward, OPD room, an emergency / casualty room and a physiotherapy unit.

It provides free healthcare services to the residents of VatsalyaGram and the poor people from nearby villages.

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Premvati Gupta Netra

A team of expert ophthalmologists led by Dr. Shyam Aggarwal from Mumbai, conducts free eye camps at regular intervals of one to three months, around the area of Mathura and Vrindavan. Surgeries for problems like glaucoma, cataract, etc. are conducted free of cost.

Premvati Gupta Netra Chikitsalaya was launched in the year 2005 and had catered to over 20000 beneficiaries. Today, over 1000-1500 poor people get their eyes checked up and over 300 patients are operated per camp.

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Saksham

Started in July 2018 Saksham is a new project that enables people without limbs to lead a normal life by providing them with prosthetic limbs. In the first phase, we have started with artificial hands printed by 3D printers. In the next phase, we intend to provide vocational training to the beneficiaries so that they learn to use their newly found limbs for making a living. All prosthetic limbs are provided free of cost to poor people.

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Nanhi Duniya

For a child, nature is the first school. Greenery, rivers, mountains, sky, birds and animals ignite fresh inquisitions in his/her mind. Nanhi Duniya is a beautiful and miniature model of natural environment introducing children to many secrets of nature.

It includes flora, fauna, hills and farms, which are created artificially to teach children the finest nuances that Mother Nature has to offer in all its abundance and glory.

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Kamdhenu Gau Ghar

At VatsalyaGram, most children come when they are only infants. Unfortunately, there is an absence of breast milk which is so vital for a child's growth. To sustain life, and give the children proper nutrition, cow's milk makes an excellent substitute. The Kamdhenu Gaushala at VatsalyaGram 175 cows and calves. The continuous supply of fresh milk and other dairy products to feed the infants and children at VatsalyaGram is ensured from gaushala. Gaushala serves the dual purpose of providing nutrition to children as well as preserving the cows. The Gaushala at Vrindavan was started in the year June 2004 with just 2 cows and now there are 175 cows & calves.

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Bhanu Partap Shukla Martyrs' Museum

The National Martyrs Museum has been built to instil the patriotism in the young generation of India and remind them of our freedom struggle. It has blood-captioned exhibits of Indian martyrs, young martyrs aged between 10 and 20 years, the 1st war of Independence of 1857 and many other exhibits covering freedom movement of India. This museum reminds us of the selfless sacrifices of hundreds of our national freedom fighters who laid their lives during India's struggle for independence.

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Sanskars Vatika

Sanskars (morals) and Value Creation in children have a great significance that affects their future. Sanskar Vatika at VatsalyaGram provides moral education to the students once the school day is over. Students are imparted with the knowledge of ancient Indian scriptures and cultures. Sanskar Vatika is an outcome of the core belief that the right combination of ancient values and modern education will ensure the holistic development of students.

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