Yogi Divine Society is a trusted Hindu spiritual and humanitarian charity organization. With its vast network of centers and volunteers worldwide, the organization has enabled hundreds of thousands of children, youth and families to lead a happy, peaceful and harmonious life.
Motivated by our faith in Lord Swaminarayan, Yogi Divine Society serves the global community alongside all people, regardless of religion, race, ethnicity, or gender.
Founded in 1974 by its spiritual head His Divine Holiness Guru Hariprasad Swamiji and actively operating in over 500 centers world-wide in countries like India, USA, Canada, Australia, New-Zealand, United Kingdom, Germany, France, South Africa, Kenya.
We operate under the universal values and guidelines as taught by Lord Swaminarayan which is a blend of the spiritual essence of Hinduism and universal principles of other religions of the world.
All our activities will be carried on with utmost devotion with the guideline of ‘Selfless Service unto Mankind and Devotion unto God’.
We will live and operate in harmony with self, friends, family, society and environment.
Our activities will enable Universal Brotherhood where one considers themselves and everyone as children of god.
To serve the individual, family, society and environment with wide range of humanitarian and spiritual activities based on our deep-rooted faith in Lord Swaminarayan to enable the highest quality of life.
Serve the society by providing spiritual services, cultural trainings and other human services like health-care and educational activities on a secular basis to promote community development, family values enrichment, educational literacy, good-health and self-sufficiency and enable happy, peaceful and harmonious life.
Studying Bachelor of Architectural Studies at Unitec
“Swamiji has acted as a spiritual master for my entire life. His simplicity, ethical values and selfless devotion have touched my heart that inspired me to achieve my life goals.”
B.Tech Biotechnology (honours), M.Com
“My family will forever be grateful to Swamiji for his care, compassion and understanding during the crisis. His word of comfort and encouragement are a source of spiritual energy that helped me a lot to handle academic, work and life responsibilities.“