• INDRAPRASTHA NIWASINI BAGLAMUKHI DHARMARTH TRUST


Indraprastha Baglamukhi Mata Charitable Trust (This is a non profitable trust). The trust helps running many Old Age Homes, Goupalan, Gurukul to help our society. Baglamukhi is one of the mahavidyas. She is identified with the second night of audacity and is the power or Shakti of brutality. She is described as the Devi with three eyes, wearing yellow clothes or golden color clothes and gems, moon as her crown, wearing champaka blossom, with one hand holding the tongue of an enemy and with the left hand strike him with a club. Seated on the right of Bagula bird is the Maharudra, which is associated with awareness, a pearl of great wisdom, with one face, who dissolves the cosmos. She is most beloved to Lord Shankar because she is the only one who has third eye and half moon in her circlet among Dash mahavidya.

She is also known as Vaishnavi, Pitambaradevi, Trinetri, Kalyani, Khadgdharini, Stambhankarini, Brahmastra Roopini and Bramhvidya. She is the destructive power of Almighty, symbolizing potent female primeval force and she turns each thing into its opposite.

Ba’, the first letter of the name – ‘Bagala’, means ‘Baruni’ or ‘She Who is filled with the fascinating mood to conquer the demon’. ‘Ga’, the second letter, means ‘She Who grants all kinds of godly powers or siddhis and successes to human beings’. ‘La’, the third letter, means ‘She Who is the base of all kinds of supporting powers in the world like the earth and is awareness herself.

Ancient literatures like Yajurved, Atharvaveda, Pitambaropnishad, Rudryamal tantra, Agnipuran, Meru tantra, Shad karm deepika, satya yuga etc have mentioned the detail description of mata Bagalamukhi.


STORY

Long long go a huge storm erupted over the universe. It threatened to destroy whole of the creation. Lord Vishnu called the supreme power. Goddess Baglamukhi emerged from the “Haridra Sarovara” in the saurashtra region (Kathiyawada), and the same time all direction brightened up with unique light of shree vidhya. The night was called veer ratri and sky was full of stars. It was Tuesday and Chaturdashi. She had been served by Pannch Makkar’s. She made her home in deep yellow turmeric, from that midnight and appeased by the prayer of the god, calmed down the storm.

Mythological Evidences:
  1. She was first worshiped by Lord Brahma then by Lord Vishnu, Parshuram and Acharya Drona.
  2. It is said that Ravan’s son Meghnad used this stambhini vidya to control the force of Lord Hanuman in Ashok vatika.
  3. By using this power Angad consolidated his foot in Ravan’s assembly and nobody was able to move it a little bit.
  4. Brave Arjun also worshipped Pitambara mata to get victory in the devastating war of “Mahabharata.”

Bagulmukhi devi is the helper of the Parbramha and the regulator of the speech, movement and knowledge. She is capable of giving powers (Siddhis) or magical powers (Riddhis) and fulfilling all the wishes of her devotee. She is the ultimate weapon to destroy all the enemies of universe. She is the super power which paralyses the evil forces.

It is not fair to assume Baglamukhi as the goddess of black supremacy. In fact in all the vicious action of Bagulamukhi – protection is the hereditary intention.

The Bagalamukhi mantra as per Mantra Mahodadhi :

“OM HIREEM SARVA DUSTHAANAM VAACHAM MUKHAM PAADAM STAMBHAYA JIHVYAM KILAYA BUDDHIM VINASHAYA HIREEM OM SWAHA”

Baglamukhi or Bagla is an important diety among the ten mahavidyas worshipped in Hinduism. The benefit of worshipping Baglamukhi clears the illusion and confusion of the devotees and gives them a clear path to proceed in life.

Maa Baglamukhi is the creator, controller and destroyer of whole universe. She is Aadi Shakti. She is the energy which is the reason for the existence of whole universe. Without energy no one can survive. She is the supreme power.

“GAUPALAN & GAURAKSHA”

From many years Hindus respect and worship cows. In Hindu religion cow has a status of goddess. The cow is considered as a holy animal, as it produce milk which is a very useful in our daily life.Lord Vishnu’s avatar Lord Krishna also know as Govinda and Gopala, which means friend and protector of cows. He grew up as a cow header. It is considered very auspicious for a devotee to feed a cow, even before eating breakfast.

From ancient times cows have been highly respectable in our country. Gomutra (Cow urine) is an important part of our country’s tradition. It is considered Holy and also equated with ‘Amrit’ (nectar of the God). Cow urine is said to have a spiritual cleansing effect. Besides, cows are the biggest milk producers in the country, which have rightfully earned them the title of ‘Gaumata’.

In the Puranas, the cow came to be associated with Vishnu while the uncastrated wild bull came to be associated with Shiva.

In Vaishnava mythology, the cow came to be seen as an embodiment of Lakshmi, the goddess of wealth. In the Bhagavata Purana the earth takes the form of a cow and asks Vishnu to protect her. That is why Vishnu, her guardian, is called Go-pala, protector of the earth-cow. The earth is visualised as being milked by all living creatures.

Indra is said to have Kamadhenu, a wish-fulfilling cow, that rose from the ocean of milk. Rishi Vasistha had a similar cow and when Kaushika tried to steal it, the cow produced an army to protect itself.

The image of Krishna as the lovable cowherd god has its origin probably in Tamil Sangam literature and became part of Sanskrit literature in Harivamsa, the appendix of the Mahabharata that describes Krishna’s childhood.

Krishna is particularly attached to cows. He has many names which describe Him as a protector of cows, like Gopāl, Govind etc. In one of the more popular mantras for Him, it is said –

नमोब्रह्मण्यदेवायगोब्राह्मणहितायच।
जगत्हितायकृष्णायगोविन्दायनमोनमः॥

“My Lord, You are the well-wisher of the cows and the brāhmaṇas, and you are the well-wisher of the entire human society and world.” (Viṣṇu Purāṇa 1.19.65)

We find posters that all gods being present inside a cow. Worshipping a cow then becomes equal to worshipping all Hindu gods. This makes cow sacred. These images are meant to show that all gods are present in all creatures. That divinity pervades all things.

The cow is also seen as very important from a medical and health point of view. In Vedas (and Ayurveda), the milk is considered to nourish the brain there-by helping a spiritual student assimilate deep philosophy and similar subject matters. Butter & ghee is used for cooking whereas cow dung was a natural fuel. Cow urine is an important part of ancient medicine and even in today’s ayurvedic medicines. Ghee was also an important part of many of the ancient Vedic ceremonies.

Though cattle were sacrificed and their flesh eaten in ancient India, the slaughter of milk-producing cows was increasingly prohibited. It is forbidden in parts of the Mahabharata, the great Sanskrit epic, and in the religious and ethical code known as the Manu-smirti (“Tradition of Manu”), and the milk cow was already in the Rigveda said to be “unslayable.” The degree of veneration afforded the cow is indicated by the use in rites of healing, purification, and penance of the panchagavya, the five products of the cow—milk, curd, butter, urine, and dung.


The Vedic scriptures says that there are verses which emphasize that the cow must be protected and cared.

Indian Ayurveda proponent of the sattvic qualities of milk and dairy products like organic milk, yogurt, buttermilk, paneer (homemade cheese) and ghee, are all considered highly nutritious, and an important part of the daily diet.

Cow dung can be used as a fuel, also as it is high in methane can generate heat and electricity. The Cow dung is rich in minerals can be used as very good fertilizer for our fields which help our crops to grow well and it can be very helpful to grow organic vegetables and fruits.

Scientific research has found that the ritual of burning cow dung and ghee as fuel actually purifies the air and has anti-pollutant, anti-radiation qualities which is very good for our environment.Our mission is to save Cows as many as we can by protecting them and provide them good care.



सर्वतीर्थमयी मुक्तिदायिनी गोमाता

सर्वे देवा गवामंगे तीर्थानि तत्पदेषु च, तद्गुह्येषु स्वयं लक्ष्मिस्तिष्ठत्येव सदा पितः.
गोष्पदाक्तमृदा यो हि तिलकं कुरुते नर:, तिर्थस्नातो भवेत् सद्यो जयस्तस्य पदे पदे.
गावस्तिष्ठान्ति यत्रैव तत्तिर्थं परिकीर्तितं, प्राणास्त्यक्त्वा नरस्तत्र सद्यो मुक्तो भवेद् ध्रुवं .

(ब्रह्मवैवर्तपुराण, श्रीकृष्णजन्म. २१/ ९१ – ९३ )

गौ के शरीर में समस्त देवगण निवास करते है और गौ के पैरों में समस्त तीर्थ निवास करते है. गौ के गुह्यभाग में लक्ष्मी सदा रहती है.
गौ के पैरों में लगी हुई मिट्टी का तिलक जो मनुष्य अपने मस्तक में लगाता है, वह तत्काल तिर्थजल में स्नान करने का पुण्य प्राप्त करता है और उसकी पद-पद पर विजय होती है.
जहाँ पर गौए रहती हैं उस स्थान को तीर्थभूमि कहा गया है, ऐसी भूमि में जिस मनुष्य की मृत्यु होती है वह तत्काल मुक्त हो जाता है, यह निश्चित है.

Social 
Cow has various angle of connection with our human society. For example it generate high quality food, skin for multipurpose use , crores of employment, high quality soil additives as dung and bone, consume extra agricultural part of farm, and live like our family member.

  • Cow dairy as a source of employment
  • Bullock transportation in India
  • Cow Base Economy

“THE COW is a poem of pity. One reads pity in the gentle animal. She is the mother to millions of Indian mankind. Protection of the cow means protection of the whole dumb creation of God. The ancient seer, whoever he was, began with the cow. The appeal of the lower order of creation is all the more forcible because it is speechless.”

– Mahatma Gandhi
From “Young India”, Oct 6, 1921, p.36.

Economical
भारत की गाय केवल दुधारू नहीं है. अपितु यह लौकिक और पारलौकिक सारी कामनाएं पूरी करनेवाली कामधेनु अहि. इससे लाखों परिवारों का पालन-पोषण होता है.

Ecological 
Cow Breeding is very important for Environmental Protection. Lord Krishna has said Cow as ‘Kamdhenu’ that meets all our desires. All Gods reside in the body of Cow. The scriptures says that deity of wealth Lakshmi first appeared as the cow and Bilva tree originated from its dung. The praise of cows is mentioned in the Vedas with spirit of hymns and mantras.

“Hey Cows! You are provider of food, With your kind we get food. You are adorable. on serving you we get virtuous and high sense. You are giver of energy and strength, you enable us to get energetic and strengthen. You raise funds and property, so we also have growth in property.'” — Yajurveda

Western scholars and wise also sees cows sacred and with respect.
” I can imagine that a cow can live without country, but I guess it could not have even dreamed that a nation can live without the cows. ” — Sir William Baderwarn

 

“OLD AGE HOME”

Our Society is changing rapidly. People are in our society becoming busier by the day and self-centered. Families are breaking up from joint-family to nuclear ones.

Sacrifice and adjustment are words that are fast vanishing from our family lives. Consequently, the older people are finding it difficult to adjust with the younger ones in the family.

Hence, the former either go to old age homes on their own or are requested by their children to do so. At times, the weak and old parents can’t be given attention by their children, who are helpless due to their busy schedule or being occupied abroad. In both cases an old age home is the only solution for the old.

Sometimes reliable attendants cannot be found, so the old would be at risk to remain at homes. In such a situation an old age home would be a good place to stay.


“Sadly, despite all the love and kindness those children shower on their parents, the parents refuse to let them live in peace”


We have a strong belief that helping old aged people and spreading awareness of elder care will give them a new life and also reduce the issue of elder abuse in the society.
We do everything with our core values of honesty, hard work and trust.
It has been observed that there are certain elderly people in our society who don’t have enough facility where in they can stay peacefully. It was found that there was nobody to own these people or to accept their responsibility; hence we decided to provide old aged people facility where in we ensured their all basic needs were fulfilled.
The old aged people are in their second childhood so they need to be nurtured. Family and people mock old aged people just because now they feel they are unwanted. We forget that they made us what we are today. We just want to make their last phase of life as dignified as earlier. We aim to provide all facilities to make their life meaningful, joyous and in harmony with other residents as family members.
They might be aged but their experiences can’t be dethroned.

“Vasudeva Kutumbakam” meaning the whole word is our family which inspires us to help every needy old aged as our own ancestor’s component.

 

“EDUCATION FOR ALL”



Education is basic human right for all and it is very important and necessary for everyone in their lives. Education improves an individual’s chance in life and helps to tackle poverty.

Education also helps to decreases social inequalities, empowers women and each individual reach their full potential. It also brings significant economic returns for a country and helps societies to achieve lasting peace and sustainable development. Education is key to achieving all other human rights.

Every person is entitled to a quality education without discrimination.

2. Education for all – A person who won’t read has no advantage over one who can’t read (Mark Twain)
Education is the most powerful weapon which you Can use to change the world – Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam
The purpose of education is to make good human beings with skill and expertise. Enlightened human beings can be created by teachers – Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam

Knowledge gives discipline, from discipline comes worthiness, from worthiness one gets wealth, from wealth (one does) good deeds, from that (comes) joy.

विद्या ददाति विनयं विनयाद्याति पात्रताम् ।
पात्रत्वाद्धनमाप्नोति धनाद्धर्मं ततः सुखम् ॥ ५ ॥

संयोजयति विद्यैव नीचगापि नरं सरित् ।
समुद्रमिव दुर्धर्षं नृपं भाग्यमतः परम् ॥

जैसे नीचे प्रवाह में बहेनेवाली नदी, नाव में बैठे हुए इन्सान को न पहुँच पानेवाले समंदर तक पहुँचाती है, वैसे हि निम्न जाति में गयी हुई विद्या भी, उस इन्सान को राजा का समागम करा देती है; और राजा का समागम होने के बाद उसका भाग्य खील उठता है ।

We empower underprivileged children through relevant education and market-focused livelihood programmes.
Our mission is to provide free and quality education to our children as many as possible to help our society to fight poverty.

विद्या ददाति विनयं विनयाद् याति पात्रताम्।
पात्रत्वाद्धनमाप्नोति धनाद्धर्मं ततः सुखम्॥

भावार्थ :
विद्या से विनय (नम्रता) आती है, विनय से पात्रता (सजनता) आती है पात्रता से धन की प्राप्ति होती है, धन से धर्म और धर्म से सुख की प्राप्ति होती है ।

दानानां च समस्तानां चत्वार्येतानि भूतले ।
श्रेष्ठानि कन्यागोभूमिविद्या दानानि सर्वदा ॥
माता शत्रुः पिता वैरी येन बालो न पाठितः।
न शोभते सभामध्ये हंसमध्ये बको यथा।।

अपने बच्चों को न पढ़ाने वाले माता-पिता उनके शत्रु के सामान हैं। क्योंकि अनपढ़ मनुष्य किसी सभा में उसी प्रकार अशोभनीय होते हैं जैसे हंसों के झुंड में बगुला।

OUR VISION & AIM

1: Free Primary Education for children as many as possible.

2: Fundamental education for those who missed out on Primary Education.

3: Provide all necessary things for education like Free Books, Pens, Uniforms etc.

Our mission is to provide free and quality education to our children as many as possible to help our society to fight poverty



Our WORKS