Vedic Studies

Yoga Deepika

Yoga Deepika, a residential school, in the traditional Gurukula style has been functioning at Palimaru for the last eighteen years. This was the dream project of the most venerable H.H. Vidyamaanyateertha, the Guru of H.H.Vidyadheeshateertha, who is now heading Palimaru MaTa.

The course is also designed to shape the character and utilize the full potential of the student so that they blossom into persons of high values, with excellent communication skills and leadership qualities. The Swamiji, himself takes keen interest, in the development and progress of each student The course prepares the students for ‘PRAVEENA’ and ‘PRAVARA’ examinations. These are certifying examinations conducted by the Government of Karnataka. This would enlarge the employment scope of the candidates.

Both the school and the hostel do not impose any fee whatsoever, during the entire six year period of the course.

Tatva Deepika Gurukula

The ambition of our Guruji, Sri.Sri. Vidya Manya Teertha Swamiji was to impart and teach the lessons on ‘Vyasa Traya’, ‘Tarka’, ‘Grammar’, ‘Astrology’ to the interested students and complete such teachings to the individuals in a span of 6 years.

With this ambition in mind, ‘Sri Tatwa Deepika Gurukula’ has been established in the year 2002 within the premises of ‘Sri Palimaru Matha’, on the Chariot Street in Udupi.

Sri Vidyamanya Vidyapeetha

Modalakallu is a place where ‘Sri Shesha Dasa’ performs his ‘tapas’ and also worshipped ‘Sri Lord Venkateshwara’. A ‘Vidya Peetha’ in the name of ‘Sri Vidyamanya Vidyapeetha’ was set up in the year 2006 in a village called ‘Modalakallu’ in Gadwal Taluk, Mahaboobnagar (Palamooru) District, Andhra Pradesh. In this ‘Vidya Peetha’, Veda and Vedanta are being taught to the needy students.

  • Shri Palimaru Matha is constructing building for Gurukula at Modalkallu, holy place of Shri Sheshadasaru
  • Gurukula building construction of Estimated cost is Rs. 60 lakh is going on.
  • Presently there are 15 students are learning Veda.
  • Building will be constructed for 250 students.
  • Accommodation for pilgrims will also be arranged.