Dharma is a Sanskrit term that literally means ‘that which holds together’ or ‘sustains the natural order of things.’ It refers to the universal principles, laws, duties, and righteousness, bringing peace, harmony, and progress. Based on Dharma's understanding, one can define his or her ‘religion ‘ or ‘swadharma’ or personal path as one of the innumerable possible ones toward individual material and spiritual aspirations.
The motto of Tribeni Kumbho Parichalona Samity is To create a community where the principles of dharma are deeply ingrained, and individuals live in harmony with themselves, others, and the environment. We aim to revive the values of integrity, compassion, self-discipline, and service, and foster a culture of respect, inclusivity, and kindness. Through our programs and initiatives, we strive to empower individuals to lead meaningful and purposeful lives, and contribute towards the betterment of society as a whole.
" We want Dharma to rise in every part of society. Dharma means both adhyatmikata and also abhyudaya. The word Abhyudaya has two parts – Abhi (collective) and Uday (rise). We want a collective rise of the society – materially, and intellectually, and also gain ‘shreyas’ that is the highest and best achievement – that is adhyatmik growth within. This kumbho is to experience and express dharmik way of life."
Sri Kanchan Banerjee,
Tribeni Kumbho Parichalona Samity