Jeeyar Educational Trust is a 501(C)(3) organization with a foundational belief that every human irrespective of nationality, caste, creed, race, gender, or political opinion is entitled to a healthy life filled with strength, confidence, love, sharing, joy, and perpetual bliss.
Ethical and Social Leadership
Imbibe the sense of social responsibility with ethical leadership for our future leaders.
Inspiring Youth Leadership
A program at Microsoft on how ethical and social leadership promotes global peace.
World Peace Programs
Inner peace promotes world peace. Enables harmonious coexistence in this planet and beyond.
Worldwide Yoga Programs
An ancient secret that teaches you why health is wealth and how to practice it everyday.
Can provide 75,000 patients high quality healthcare at extremely affordable cost every year and conducts free medical camps, dental camps, and blood donation camps.
Cancer Detection and Prevention
300+ Free Camps were conducted where 2+ lakh women were examined and treated.
Reduce Plastic Usage
Volunteers spent 700,000 hours to highlight the reduction of plastic products and encourage the use of plastic alternatives that helped visibly transform the Hills of Tirumala.
200,000 Saplings Planted
The fundamental values of JET Inculcates the importance of “sharing” by giving back to our community and conserving nature by preserving our environment. Conserves biodiversity and ecosystem.
Weddings ,Babyshower,Namakaranam ,Barasala ,Anna prasana ,Aksharabhyasam ,Upanayanam ,Puja ,Homam etc.,for any occasion by highly qualified resident priests.
A structured learning in 10 modules to educate children in Indian (Vedic) culture and traditions accompanied with fun stories from our Ithiha:sas and Pura:nas.
JET has been actively providing free food in more than 40 centres everyday to pilgrims and poor people.Join us in this magnanimous effort.
Jai srimannarayana! I am in my 8th year of Prajna.Prajna means to put good knowledge into action. It has taught me to see the God in all animate and inanimate creations. It has taught me to have gratitude and respect. Prajna also teaches discipline by making sure we arrive on time for classes. We have to follow the rules in class and we must respect everyone and everything. It teaches students slokams, yoga, bhajans, and moral stories from our two great epics. Prajna has taught me about self-realization. I am learning the 4th chapter of Bhagavadgita and my teacher taught me that the first shatka, or 6 chapters, is about all about self-realization. I learned that whenever you say ‘I’ or ‘me’, you refer to your soul, not your mundane body.
Purvi Shakelly, 11 yrs,Prajna Student
We are very blessed to have JET organization in Cranbury, New Jersey, near our place. The blessings of His Holy Sri ChinnaJeeyar Swamiji are very important and key for the growth our kids in this society. The modules of Prajna are designed in such a methodology to bring Indian culture, spiritual elements and ancient India history into our kids. The Asramam adds more color to the lives of our kids and the adults. Our kids go through various Slokas, Astakams, learn about Indian Festivals, Puranas and History by reading and writing the valuable material. This brings strong roots in our kids about India culture and moral values from childhood which would surely grow them into a responsible humans to serve the mankind with intelligence and strong wisdom.
Srinivas Kakarla, Prajna student-Sanjit’s Dad
Prajna class is a big part of my life. The lessons I learn in it extend past the room in which I learn. I try to apply all the morals and principles I read about to everything I do. The experience is one I am still a part of and will continue to be a part of. Sometimes, I feel that I am not only learn- ing about religion and a way of life when I chant slokams and read stories, but that I am also learning more about myself and who I really can be.
Vedna puskur,, 10yrs,
I am an eighth grader and I have been a Prajna stu- dent for the last 9 years. I started Prajna when I was four years old. Now, I know there are some people who say that there is no god. But, they cannot, say that there is no such thing as a mother or father. I learned that my parents were my first two gods. I learned that I had to touch my parents feet every morning and take their blessings. Before module 2, parents were just parents but now, I learned that they were actually gods. Let me skip ahead to the Bhagavad Gita which is in modules 6 and 7. Bhagavad Gita was said to Arjuna by Krishna. So, when you chant the Bhagavad Gita, you are saying the exact words that Krish- na spoke thousands of years ago. Everything you need to know about life is in the Bhagavad Gita.