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True Nature (TN)

Our Inspiration to start this Organization

Our True Nature is to be in harmony with the Universe and be empathic and cooperative with Lives around us...

Today many Humans have a delusion that it is the size of material possessions we attain that will determine the level of our happiness. But the fact is, acquiring things more beyond what we need for our basic survival and comfort, will not lead to eventual Fulfillment.

At times, it’s good to take some pause to contemplate why there is so much of suffering and inequality in this world and what we can do about it?

We need to realize the purpose of our existence, and how we can live in a more positive and inspiring way.

Our earlier philosophers, and spiritual leaders, has shown that the fundamental principles of Human nature are compassion and cooperation, not self-absorption.

True Nature Objectives

At times, it’s good to take some pause to contemplate why there is so much of suffering and inequality in this world and what we can do about it?

Gomatha Seva


Sustainable maintenance of Desi Cows already in our Goshala (Cow Shelter) and also those in other Goshalas around our City by supporting for its Fodder and required medical Support etc.

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Welfare of Underprivileged Children in Orphanages & Rural Areas

Empowering underprivileged young minds in rural areas and orphanages in and around our city by facilitating their education and teaching its importance and spending time with them in the most meaningful ways such that they feel fulfilled and motivated

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Service to underprivileged Senior Citizens

Support and Service to underprivileged Elder ones in Old age homes in and around our city

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All men, or most men, wish what is noble but choose what is profitable; and while it is noble to render a service not with an eye to receiving one in return, it is profitable to receive one. One ought therefore, if one can, to return the equivalent of services received, and to do so willingly; for one ought not to make a man one's friend if one is unwilling to return his favors.

Aristotle

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