Who are we?
Acharyasri Rajesh an ardent follower of Swami Dayananda, learned the Vedas and related scriptures in the gurukul system. Realising the potential of Vedas in changing a person’s life in all areas of Dharma, Artha, Kama and Moksha , Acharya Sri took an oath to teach Vedas to all irrespective of caste, creed or gender and the first class was conducted at Balussery, Calicut in September 2003. From then on Acharya Sri has taught more than 1 Lakh people across kerala the Panch Maha Yanja’s for practising the same in their life’s.
For teaching the Vedas irrespective of caste, creed or gender Acharyasri started a trust named Kasyapa Veda Research Foundation (KVRF) in 2007. Understanding the necessity of books on Vedas and related topics in simple language for the understanding of the concepts by common people, Acharyasri started writing books on Vedas and related scriptures. As on date Acharyasri has written more than 50 books on Vedas and related scriptures which include an English Translation of the Atharva Veda, Veda Sourabham, Hindu Dharma Rahasyam etc. In May 2012, to spread the knowledge in the Vedas in a more diversified way Acharyasri established Kasyapashram in Calicut, which was inaugurated by Kerala Chief Minister Sri Oommen Chandy, . Classes on Panch Maha Yajna’s, Shodasa Kriya’s , Veda’s and related scriptures are going on at the ashram for the disciples. The Ashram includes a Saraswati Digital Library which is preserving many rare Vedic and other scriptures in digital form for use of future generations interested in learning the same.