Vikasa Tarangini’s personality development mission has a multi-faceted approach to help build the future leaders of our nation and world.  Several programs have been started to address this development in people of all ages.

These include a four-pillared foundation to help guide our growth.  Aspects of physical, spiritual, mental and service education are educated and practiced.This unique type of well-rounded development has been aimed to reach people of all backgrounds as opposed to strictly one specific group.To this effect, schools have been started around the world in different languages and various kinds of geographic areas cater to a diversity of people.


Through Vikasa Tarangini’s initiatives, students learn self-discipline, self-confidence, enthusiasm, compassion, humility, and many other qualities that contribute to molding a successful future.

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Personality Development

Physical Development

Yoga asana practice is paramount to our physical well being. Students and adults participate in various yoga programs to enjoy good health.

Spiritual Growth

Gurukul students in JIVA campus are taught communication skills, debate, drums, music and leadership skills by Vikasa Tarangini volunteers along with their traditional Vedic practices. The graduates from this school now travel across countries and are able to communicate without any reservations.

Mental Advancement

Blind Students learn primarily English, math, science and arts in Netra Vidyalaya School and College. Music, sports, and physical education are also emphasized for all round development.

Service Activites


All members of Vikasa Tarangini give back to the community in various ways including contributing to health and environmental protection.


VTSeva has provided me an avenue to get involved with the community that I care about under a leader I believe in. It has given me the independence and resources needed to effectively run projects of my own choice, involving friends and family from all different cultures. I highly recommend this experience to anyone serious about serving humanity.
-Sudha, Volunteer India