All the Ashrams of the Om Saravanabhava Matham (ashram) are engaged in four essential tasks that are critical to the pursuit of Swami Murali Krishna’s mission. These include the provision of food for the needy, medicines to the poor, clothes to the destitute and books to under-privileged children.
Protecting, nurturing and preserving the welfare of the human race by maintaining the balance of the five elements (earth, air, fire, water and ether) to ensure universal peace and brotherhood is indeed central to Swamiji Murali Krishna’s mission. The major instrument used by His Holiness for the accomplishment of these objectives is Vishwa Shanti Yagnas (food offerings given in sacrificial fire for world peace). The first such yagna was performed in Kozhikode in Kerala in South India on 19-20 January, 2008 while a more recent yagna was performed on 9-10 May, 2009 in Marad, again near Calicut in Kerala.