Hindu Organizations

Bharat Sevashram Sangha of New Jersey

Bharat Sevashram Sangha of North America ( New Jersey), Inc., was founded by Swami Amarnathanandaji Maharaj in Septempber 1997, in Jersey City , New Jersey. This is a branch of BSS, India, founded by Jagat Guru Acharya Srimat Swami Pranavanandaji Maharaj, the illustrious patriot saint of India and prophet of the New Hindu Age.

Swami Amarnathananda resides at:
3490 Route 27
Kendall Park, NJ 08824
He can be reached at: (732) 422-8880

Social Services by Sangha


In many urban and rural areas of India, educational institutions like Primary Schools, Night Schools, Junior Basic Schools, Junior High, High Schools, and Colleges are established.

Swami Tribidanandaji Maharaj, Vice-President of the Sangha presiding at a book distribution programme at Khatra (Bankura), Smt. Meera Roy, BDO, Inaugurating the distribution programme (inset)

Honorable Prime Minister of Nepal Stri Lokendra Bahadur Chanda distributing books and dresses to orphan boys at our kathmandu Ashram.

There are several Secondary Schools and Student Homes where students take formal education as well as spiritual and moral lessons. The students are trained to learn the dignity of labor and the fundamental principles of human life. In these institutions, they are to undergo the life of Brahmachari and practice penance, austerity, meditation etc


200-bed accommodation is set up at Vashigaon in Mumbai for cancer patients under treatment and their companions. Bus services from this home to Tata Institute and other counseling facilities are provided.


A 500-bed hospital is proposed to be built in Kolkata. The hospital will be equipped with modern instruments and amenities for diagnosis and treatment of patients. More information is forthcoming.

Natural Disaster Relief Work

The monks and devotees of the ashram undertake major relief work in the event of any natural disaster in the Country. After Gujarat earthquake, it undertook housing projects for rehabilitation of 300 families at Khavda, a remote village near Pakistan border in the Runn of Cuchch, 80 Kms. from Bhuj. Similar relief efforts were undertaken in case of cyclone in Orissa and flood in Assam.

Tribal Welfare
Needs of the tribal people in the remote parts of the country are addressed by such schemes. Projects are undertaken to provide housing, cultivation, medical services, vocational training, and schools for boys and girls, construction of student hostels etc.

Project on Eradication of Leprosy
The Jamshedpur branch in Bihar has been playing an important role since 1980 for the treatment and rehabilitation of leprosy patients. There is a great need for the extension of this project and establishment of such centers in other parts of the country.