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Why Started?

99% of our Vedas are lost. Out of 1131 branches only 12 branches are available today. HH Sri Swamiji started the schools to save vedas and vedic culture.

When Started?

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  • To save Vedas, HH Pedda Srimannarayana Ramanuja Jeeyar Swamiji started a Vedic school – Veda Vedanga Vidyalayam in Nadigaddapalem in 1976. Great Scholars such as Sri Gopalacharya Swamy (for Ubhaya Vedanthas), Sri Chamarti Sitaramacharyulu of Srikurmam (for Agamam), Sri Gudimella Narasimhacharyulu (for Vedam) trained the students. Many other scholars such as Sriman Kandala Venkatacharya Swami, Sriman Sribhashyam Appalacharya Swami varu, Sriman Maringanti Swami varu, Sriman Konappacharya swami varu were serving as visiting faculty and when time permitted they were also learning from Sri Gopalacharya Swami varu and Sri Pedda Jeeyar Swami varu. Vedic Scholars Sriman Prahlad, Sriman Gudimella Murali Krishnamacharya Swamy, Satyanarayana charyulu etc are the first batch students who joined here. Later they completed two Vedas and became renowned Vedic scholars.

  • In 1984, HH Chinna Jeeyar Swamiji established JEEYAR EDUCATIONAL TRUST VEDIC UNIVERSITY in a serene environment on the Southern banks of sacred river Krishna in Sitanagaram, Guntur district. The school began with 70 students.

  • On May 3rd, 1987, on the occasion of Bhagawad Ramanuja Jayanthi, HH Sri Chinna Jeeyar Swamiji established Pancharathra Agama school in the Kakatiya Cements premises, Jagayyapeta, Andhra Pradesh.The school began with 22 students.

  • With the passage of time,14 branches were opened in different locations to spread the awareness of Vedas. More than 1500 students studied in the schools till date. Students are provided free education, boarding and lodging, clothes, books, supplies with the help of generous supporters

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Our Vedic Schools

Vedic University

JET Vedic University Sitanagaram, the first among the Vedic schools was established in 1984 in Guntur district. Several Veda and Agama students graduated from here.

JIVA Gurukulam

JIVA was established in Samshabad in 2009 on the occasion of Sri Sri Sri Pedda Jeeyar Swamiji centenary celebrations. Students of all sects study vedas, vedantha and academic subjects.

VARIJA

Varija School was established at Vizag in 2003.  A school for the blind is also run in this location. Education is provided from 1st grade to 10th grade in the premises.

Vedabhavanam

Veda Bhavan was established in Karimnagar in 2003. A batch of Krushna Yajur Vedam graduated from this school. Currently Maithrayini Veda and A:gama are taught here.