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Finding Light

Vishwalaya- Shelter for the World, also called Home for the Homeless Children and Ram Rams Paradise for Children, which now houses and educates more than 30 children, began with a single child, no buildings and no funds. When Ram Ram first came to Ravugodlu, he was a wanderer who sat on the Granite Slopes of the Hills, and in one of the many caves in search of the true meaning of life. Ram Rams connection with Children began when local women of the Village needed somewhere to leave their Children while they worked all day. Hence, they decided to entrust their Children with Ram during the day. From these humble beginnings, when Ram Ram had neither “a roof nor means”, Vishwalaya grew into a Paradise for Children where more and more Children came from farther distances in need of food and water, and to also seek Shelter with Ram Ram. Buildings sprang up, people volunteered their time and money, and so, nearly thirty years after Ram Rams original dream. Vishwalaya became listed as a Registered Trust.

Ram Ram used to say that he did not set up anything; he was only an instrument of a higher power. How could he have embarked on such a task, he would ask, when he himself did not know where his next meal – if at all any – was coming from?

The Man and his Mission

Guru Sri VishwaMitra Ram Ram was many things to many people but he did nothing to attract anybody or gain popularity. On the contrary, he could often be harsh, critical and downright rude if he thought you were not fit to be in the Paradise for Children. The only role he enjoyed was that of a Grandfather to the many Children, and the Villagers of Ravugodlu. However, many continued to regard him as a Guru, a Holy Man, a Sanyasi, whose potent blend of earthly wisdom and scriptural knowledge was a guide to life.

He dedicated most of his time, passion, love, care, knowledge and wisdom towards the Children who were entrusted to him. His followers and supporters continue his mission of feeding, sheltering, educating and empowering their Children who see no future in themselves.

Latest Projects

Sponsor Manjula’s B.SC Nursing

This Academic year, sponsor Manjula's Education (B'Sc Nursing Course) at New Navodaya Institute Of Nursing located in Mandya District, Karnataka.

Joy of Giving Month 2016

We all know how great it feels to receive gifts. However, the joy of getting is short-lived. Our lives are richer when we share, and that great inner joy comes from helping others to better their lives.

Feed a Child

We are running this fundraising campaign to help raise funds for the Food of 30 Children who currently reside at Vishwalaya.

Educate a Child Today and BRIGHTEN their FUTURE

We are running this fundraising campaign to help raise funds for the Education of 30 Orphan Children who currently reside at Vishwalaya.

Trainings and Workshops for Orphan and Underprivileged Children

We are running this fundraising campaign to help raise funds to conduct Skill based and Knowledge based Training's and Workshops for Orphan and Underprivileged Children who currently reside at Vishwalaya

Help conduct an Art Workshop for Orphan Children

We are running this fundraising campaign to help raise funds to conduct an Art Workshop which enables Children to deal with their self-doubts through Art with the help of Local Artists.

Holistic Education

Vishwalaya is concerned with Primary Education at the Rural Level: How to energize the Rural Primary teaching system so that Rural Children not only gain an Education but also become enabled to find an alternative to drifting to the towns in search of livelihood. Rural education as it is has nothing to offer that will make children proud of their village, their heritage, and their culture. On the contrary, all they have is the irresistable dream of a “better” life in the towns. This creates a vicious circle, where educated village youth leave the villages and thus deprive the village of the benefits of their education that could be put to efficient use for development. A new paradigm of rural education should be one that prepares the student to adjust psychologically and physically to his or her own village and engage in an occupation that relies chiefly on rural resources.

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The Man and his Mission

Guru Sri VishwaMitra Ram Ram was many things to many people but he did nothing to attract anybody or gain popularity. On the contrary, he could often be harsh, critical and downright rude if he thought you were not fit to be in the Paradise for Children. The only role he enjoyed was that of a Grandfather to the many Children, and the Villagers of Ravugodlu. However, many continued to regard him as a Guru, a Holy Man, a Sanyasi, whose potent blend of earthly wisdom and scriptural knowledge was a guide to life.

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