Shri Sadguru Seva Sangh Trust
An adorable place of Lord Rama.
Chitrakoot the hill of many wonders, nestles peacefully in the northern
spurs of the Vidhyas, a place of tranquil forest glades and quiet rivers,and streams
where calm and repose are all pervading. This loveliest of natures gifts is also
a hallowed ground blessed by the Lord and sanctified by his saintly devotees. Chitrakoot’s
spiritual legacy stretches back to the Treta yuga. It was in these deep forests
that Rama and Sita spent eleven of their fourteen years of exile; here, the great
sage Atri and Sati Anusuiyaji meditated; and here the principal trinity of the Hindu
religion, Brahma, Vishnu and Mahesh, took their incarnations. Sufferers and seekers,
poets and visionaries, princes and noblemen have, through the ages, sought and found
solace in Chitrakoot, drawn inspiration from its sublime natural beauty, gained
spiritual strength from its serene temples and in turn, become part of the hallowed
legend that is Chitrakoot. It is a unique place of pilgrimage shared by two provinces,
Madhya Pradesh & Uttar Pradesh.
How to reach:
Chitrakoot is well connected by road and rail links, nearby railway station is Chitrakoot
Dham (Karwi) 10 Kms, Manikpur Jn. 35 Kms and Satna 75 Kms from our place.
Shri Sadguru Seva Sangh Trust was founded by our inspirational and spiritual leader Param
Pujya Gurudev Shri
Ranchoddasji Maharaj. He was the founding father of Shri Sadguru Seva Sangh Trust,
a public charitable trust, established in 1968.
Gurudev’s mission was
clothes to the needy, food to the hungry and sight to the blind. Gurudev
believed that there is no greater religion than service to mankind. For the past
43 years, we have transformed the lives of so many people in the rural part of central
. It is a fact that we have made a real difference in the world through our Gurudev’s blessings “which is our strength and it is his vision motivates our efforts”.
We are working to alleviate the sufferings of the poor mankind, towards connecting them to the social mainstream by helping them build a bright future.
At SSST one finds, combined with modern infrastructure and new approaches,
compassionate spirituality, committed voluntary service and the sense of a mission.
To encourage & develop the power of national, economic, social, physical
and spiritual strength by providing Eyesight restoration, Clothing, Food, Education,
General Health and other relief works during natural calamity.
comprehensive health care delivery programme in general and cataract surgery in
particular, in underserved areas.
base hospitals to provide relief to suffering humanity with the latest technological
advances in ophthalmic & general medical field.
primary health care programme like maternal & child health care projects such
as antenatal care, immunization & nutritional improvement.
high standard education to the children of underserved areas.
integrated Rural Development programme.
relief work on natural calamities.
May all be happy, May all be healthy, May all look auspicious, May no one
------ The Upanishads