Mansarovar and Mt. Kailash Projects

IHRF has constructed three ashrams in the sacred, barren, untouched land of Lake Mansarovar and Mt. Kailash in Tibet, where previously there were no indoor facilities of any kind at all.
Interfaith Harmony
IHRF organizes a variety of conferences, gatherings and youth summer camps to heighten world-wide cultural awareness and inter-ethnic sensitivity.
Encyclopedia of Hinduism
The Encyclopedia has been nearly twenty-five years in the making and it is the first time in history that the depth and breadth of India's great spiritual culture is made available in authentic, academic and scholastic form. It is truly a compendium of thousands of years of history, science, art, architecture, polity, religion, philosophy and culture.
Gurukul / Orphanages
IHRF runs three gurukuls/orphanages, two in Rishikesh and one in Uttarkashi where impoverished, disadvantaged and orphaned children receive the gift of a new life -- not only food and shelter but also a full education and opportunity.
Y.E.S. - Youth Education Services
IHRF runs schools and training centers in an effort to motivate young students and effectively channel their productive energies.
Uplifting & Empowering Women
IHRF is dedicated to providing free programs that give young girls and women an opportunity to obtain education, training and marketable skills.
Clean, Green & Serene Environmental Programs
In this urgent and noble program, IHRF - with the cooperation of Parmarth Niketan, Rishikesh pledges to clean up the holy banks of our Mother Ganga.
Disaster Relief
IHRF is extensively and actively involved in both immediate, emergency relief as well as in long-term permanent reconstruction of the Uttarakhand floods of June 2013, as well as the South India tsunami of 2004.
Health Care Seva
The foundation supports (both financially and otherwise) numerous health care services, ranging from allopathic to homeopathic to naturopathic. All are open and free to everyone.
Veerpur - Rural Development
India Heritage Research Foundation has purchased a new piece of land, on the holy banks of Mother Ganga, approximately 5 km from Parmarth Niketan, in a village of Rishikesh called Veerpur.






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