From 2012 we have been conducting different camps and many Cultural and Heritage trips across the country. A glance into those moments…
Gitamritam Bala is seven days residential camp for adolescents of age 13-16 to empower them with Bhagavad Gita.
Gitamritam Yuva is seven days residential camp for youths of age 18-23 to empower them with creative learning of Bhagavad Gita.
Yuva 2013 | Yuva 2014 | yuva 2015 | Yuva 2016 | Yuva 2017 | Yuva 2018 | Yuva 2019 | Yuva 2020
Gitamritam Kalyan is a 5day residential camp for married couples. Both husband and wife must participate in this camp, married within 6 years and under the age of 35.
Kalyan 2014 | Kalyan 2015 | Kalyan 2017 | Kalyan 2018 |
Gitamritam Nipun is a 4- days residential camp for working professionals under the age of 35.
Nipun 2018 | Nipun 2019
Gitamritam Samartha is a 5 day camp for those who attended at least any two camps (Bala/Yuva/Kalyan) and want to take Gita to the society
Samartha 2015 | Samartha 2016 | Samartha 2017 | Samartha 2018 | Samartha 2019 | Samartha 2020
Gita Yatra is visiting cultural and spiritual places of this country, learn the history/culture and religious/spiritual practices of those places with a new perspective in the light of Gita – 1-2 day. (only for those who attended Gitamritam camps).
2014 – Sringeri, Karnataka
2015 – Belur Halebeedu, Hassan, Karnataka
2016 – Kurukshetra, Haryana (International Gita Conference)
2019 – Shankaracharya’s birthplace, Kochi, Kerala
2019 – Jatayupara, Kollam, Kerala
Gitamritam Mananam is only for those who attended any Bala/Yuva/Kalyan camps, to dive deep into Gita, to stay and interact with a Sthitapranja – 5-day camp conducted at Amritapuri