From Home study courses to books, from Vedantic titles to Thundering Inspiration, from the Bhagavad Geeta to Relationships and Excellence, from upbeat yet soothing Bhajans to Energetic Chants that uplift – Chinmaya Mission has it all!
Chinmaya Mission® was established in India in 1953 by devotees of the world-renowned Vedanta teacher, His Holiness Swami Chinmayananda. Guided by his vision, devotees all around the world formed the nucleus of a spiritual renaissance movement that now encompasses a wide range of spiritual, educational, and charitable activities, ennobling the lives of thousands in India and across its borders.
Your single stop for all Bhagavad Geeta related material available in Chinmaya Mission. They bring you various formats and learning tools so that you can choose what suits you and embark on or further continue your own meaningful journey with a companion incomparable – the Bhagavad Geeta.
Chinmaya Mission West (CMW)’s headquarters and retreat center called Krishnalaya lies 200 miles north of San Francisco, in Piercy’s serene Redwood country, near the California coast, on the banks of the Eel River (which Pujya Gurudev dubbed as “Eel Ganga”).
Chinmaya Publications, the state-of-the-art publications division of Chinmaya Mission West, has since its inception, been bringing the knowledge of Vedanta to light in consonance with Swami Chinmayananda’s vision. With over 900 titles, in various languages, and one inspiring Vision, they have been connecting people with themselves.
Founded on the principles of Spirituality, Purity, Practicality and Innovation, CVV’s core mission is to blend the ancient and time-tested wisdom of India with present-day knowledge fields. It is breaking new grounds where necessary and adopting the merits of all that has come before but always leaning towards the winds of innovation.
Chinmaya International Foundation (CIF), the Academia of Sanskrit Research and Indology, is the research wing of the Chinmaya Mission Worldwide. It is a centre of excellence for the study, research and dissemination of knowledge in the areas of Indian philosophy, culture, art and science, business management, both modern and ancient.