|| Shree Datta   Devasthān Trust ||

Shree Datta Devasthan Trust is a non-profit organization founded by His Holiness Shree Ramakrishna Kshirsagar Swamiji in 1974 at Ambikapur (Ahmednagar) Maharashtra, India.

Swamiji’s mission was to protect and preserve the Vedas, and to propagate the philosophies of Vedanta and its benefits to entire mankind.

Today, Shree Datta Devasthanam Trust runs Vedant Vidyapeetham and Shree Datta Kshetra Temple. We encourage you to browse through this portal to learn more about the Trust and its divine mission.

Vedant Vidyapeetham

This Vedic University was established with a goal of providing research facilities and traditional education of Vedas, Yajna and Shastras as per the ancient 'Gurukul' system of education. Learn more >>>

Shree Gurudev Shree Ramakrishna Swamiji

Swamiji belonged to the Dattatreya tradition. He had sakshatkara (self-realization) at the age of seven. He was a celibate who led his entire life as an ascetic and undertook the mission of conserving Vedas. Learn more >>>
Shree Datta Devasthan Trust

The Trust was established by Shree Swamiji. It has continued Gurudevs mission by running the Vedant Vidyapeetham (University), Tapovan, Goshala and various Temples. It also conducts various Yajna rituals and festivals through out the year. Learn more >>>
Shree Datta Kshetra

The temple was constructed with a view to provide peace of mind to future generations. It is the biggest Dattatreya temple in the world. The pran-pratisha was performed by Shree Shankaracharya of Shringeri. Learn more >>>
Festivals and Events

Every year, four main festivals are celebrated in the temple: Shree Guru Pournima, Shree Dattatreya Jayanti, Shree Adi Shankaracharya Jayanti and Shree Ramakrishna Swamiji Jayanti. Learn more >>>
Satsang Centers & Volunteers

The Trust has many Satsang centers in Maharashtra as well as in other states of India and USA. The Satsang centers are volunteer organizations that support the mission of Shree Datta Devasthan Trust. Learn more >>>

The divine tree has Audumbar (Cluster Fig), Peepal (Banyan) and Wad (Sacred Fig) originating from the same root. This is a miracle of nature and an indication of divine presence in Devasthan. Learn more >>>
Publications and Articles

The discourses of Shree Swamiji have been compiled and published in the form of various books such as Guruvani, Amrutkalash, Sadguru Samvad, etc. The books are available in several languages. Learn more >>>
Videos & Audios

Here you can see some recordings of Shree Gurudev's blessed words. You can also see the students at the University taking lessons from Vedic scholars and listen to some Vedic chants recited in the traditional manner. Learn more >>>
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