तन्मे मनः शिवसंकल्पम् अस्तु ।
येनेदं भूतं भुवनं भविष्यत् परिगृहिततममृतेन सर्वम् ।
येन यज्ञस्तायते सप्त होता तन्मे मनः शिवसंकल्पमस्तु ।।
The wandering mind is the cause of all sorrows
but when turned to the right goals,
it becomes the vehicle by which release is possible.
Yogi (Sanskrit: masc yogī, योगी; fem yoginī) is derived from yogin, which refers to a practitioner of meditation and spirituality. Gurukul (Sanskrit: गुरुकुल, romanized: Gurukula) was the main education system in ancient India with Shishya ('students' or 'disciples') living near or with the guru, in the same house.
The "e" in eYogi Gurukul connects the ancient Vedic practices of meditation and spirituality of Hinduism to the modern word of science and globalisation.
eYogi Gurukul welcomes all community members to join our membership programs. The details are below.
The members of organisation are
Board of trustees - Elected by members
The trustees and general members will strictly follow constitution and uphold principles and values at all times.
Board of Trustees
The organisation is supported by a group of maximum fifteen trustees, two of which are reserved for women. First board of trustees was formed by thirteen founding members and two women appointed by founding members. Subsequent trustees will be elected during annual general meetings. Any person from community that believes in the Sanatana Dharma way of life can become Trustee of the board by filing a nomination along with the required financial contributions.
Trustees are expected to contribute at least 21€ per month and at least two hours of volunteer work each week. They are also expected to participate in decision making by actively attending reasonable number of meetings.
eYogi Gurukul invites and welcomes likeminded people as general members who believe in the organisation's mission; want to play active role in conduct of business and have signed consent to be member. Membership to organizations such as eYogi has tangible benefits and shall be viewed with pride, considered prized and highly regarded. It facilitates parents and children to connect with community and learn about Hinduism, Yoga and Mindfulness.
General membership is offered annually with a minimum contribution of €120 per year or lifetime (ten years) with once off payment of €1000. Membership of eYogi Gurukul is not a prerequisite for attending our courses and events.
Members are entitled up to two free in-person courses/ events for themselves or their immediate family per year and will have unlimited access to online courses and books. Members will be invited to the Annual General Meeting and will have voting and other rights, as per constitution of eYogi Gurukul.
Join our membership here:
Step 1: Read and understand the rules of becoming general members.
Step 2: Donate 10 euro/month or 120/year or 1000 euro lifetime (10 years).
Method 1: Using Paypal:
Method 2: Direct bank transfer
Registered Charity Number: 20205851
Account Name: eYogi Gurukul
Bank: AIB Ireland
Account Number: 24399060
You will get a receipt within 30 days.
Step 3: Send an email to email@example.com with your name and details.
For any questions contact us here:
Annual General Meeting
The organisation shall hold a general meeting in every calendar year as its annual general meeting (AGM) at such time and place as may be determined by the trustees. Each active member (minimum contribution of at least six months preceding AGM and bears good character) shall hold a single vote. At minimum, the business of the annual general meeting shall include: (a) consideration of the annual accounts; (b) consideration of the annual report; (c) the election and re-election of trustees.
Board of trustees is decision making body of organisation. Trustees are legal representative of the organisation and are accountable for strategic direction of organisation. Trustees (exception of first board) are elected by eligible members during Annual General Meeting.
For operational management of organisation, by time to time, board of trustees select devoted general members as Associate Directors. A strong commitment of contribution towards vision and objectives of organisation is expected from individuals holding this position.
eYogi Gurukul awards honorary positions to the exemplary members of community who play a key role in driving the Spirituality and Science of Hinduism forward. Although strongly encouraged, active membership is not a pre-requisite for these awards. Honorary positions (unless general member) do not hold voting or other rights in organisation.
These awards are given to a maximum of five individuals per calendar year. Any member of organisation can nominate a person for this award on rolling basis. The nominations are considered and voted in board of trustees. The award is selected with a minimum of two third majorities of board of trustees.
eYogi Gurukul Fellow
The Fellow is an individual recognized by the eYogi Gurukul to have made a truly significant contribution to Hinduism and his/ her work is aligned with eYogi vision and objectives. The person must be actively pursuing work when the title award is given. The fellow must consent for publishing sharing their profile and award at eYogi social media platforms.
eYogi Gurukul Emeritus Fellow
Emeritus Fellow is a retired professional played a significant role in promoting Hinduism and his/ her work was aligned with eYogi vision and objectives. This title is reserved for senior citizens. The emeritus fellow must consent for publishing sharing their profile and award at eYogi social media platforms.
eYogi Partner Network
eYogi Gurukul strives to partner with other charities, organizations and groups that share similar goals of promoting spirituality and science of Hinduism.
The network helps its partners to build, develop, market, publish their offerings by providing spiritual, knowledge sharing, business, technical, financial, and marketing support.
Contact eYogi Gurukul for joining its membership program.
History of eYogi Gurukul
The inception of classes began with teaching his own children and family friends by our Guruji, Rajesh Joshi. Soon the word spread in community and in Jan 2020 eYogi Gurukul was started by like-minded people of Indian origin with a purpose to educate people about India’s history, its ancient scriptures, spirituality, and science of Hinduism. In a short period of time, the organization grew from few founding members (trustees) to many today and increasing day by day. The primary target audience is children of 8 years of age and classes are conducted in safe environment eg. schools.
The eYogi’s courses teach how to connect India’s ancient past to modern science and philosophy, how to answer the most difficult questions effectively and how to explain who we are. eYogi’s teachings are based on research and deep understanding of Sanatana Dharma, our scriptures and culture.
Our Vision and mission statement
Our vision is to bring inner peace and happiness to the young generation of Ireland.
eYogi Gurukul is engaged in teaching Yoga, Meditation, Spirituality and Science of Hinduism to develop inner peace. It also teaches and promotes the diverse cultural heritage of India and Sanatana Dharma.
The main object of eYogi Gurukul is to advance and promote the Spirituality and teachings of ‘Sanatana Dharma’ by means of educational activities delivered by means of variety of methods including classroom lectures delivered by Gurus (teachers), recorded audio video lectures, seminars and workshops across various sites in the Republic of Ireland, for the younger generation of age eight years and above, or anyone with no basic knowledge of Sanatana Dharma. We will achieve our mission by advancing and promoting the Spirituality and teachings of ‘Sanatana Dharma’ by means of various educational and cultural activities.
Additionally, we endeavour to-
present, promote, organise, provide, manage and produce, exhibitions, tutorials, seminars, courses and workshops;
advance teachings of Vedic Books and Scriptures by linking these to modern science and philosophy;
educate children of Indian Origin to wear their cultural identity with pride;
promote teachings of Sanatana Dharma and advancement of above in educational institutions and facilities;
publish from time to time literature relating to the activities of the Body;
establish a cultural centre for various activities of the Body.
eYogi Gurukul Beliefs
Santana means eternal, and Dharma means law; hence, Sanatana Dharma means the Eternal Laws that govern the inner (Spiritual) world. The followers believe Sanatana Dharma is not only a religion but also a way of life.
Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam, meaning “the whole world is one family.”
Ekam Sat Vipraa Bahudhaa Vadanti, meaning “the truth (God) is one, but the sages (or learned ones) call it by many names or describe him in many ways.”
The core text of Santana Dharma are Vedas, Upanishad, Bhagwat Gita, Brahma Sutra, Ramayana, Mahabharata and Puranas.
Followers believe in the practice of Yoga and Meditation, Law of Karma and Reincarnation
Community we serves
Everyone is welcome to join us. We will offer courses, seminars and workshops to the younger generation of age 8 years and above across various sites in Republic of Ireland.
Our main stakeholders are donors, beneficiary and wider members of general public that are involved in our services.
Our 13 trustees and other members (estimated 100) are all economically and professionally well settled. They are pillars of our community and willing to support this organisation by means of donations and non-monetary contribution. Same group also constitute beneficiary as they are keen to participate in eYogi Gurukul educational activities and enrol their children. The membership and donations are not a pre-requisite and any member of general public can enrol themselves or their children for the teaching of eYogi Gurukul.
Our values and principles
We at eYogi Gurukul are guided by four key principles
We shall uphold the high moral and ethical values at all times. All our thoughts and actions are based on our values and for success of organisation rather than personal gain.
We are group of volunteers who are fully committed for the success of our mission. We divide tasks and help each other to complete theirs.
We shall be transparent in our daily conduct of business. All meetings of board of trustees are summarized and available for review. In addition to a dedicated financial trustee, the organisation has also assigned another trustee as internal auditor.
We believe great organisations are built on mutual trust, shared responsibility and co-ownership. We shall establish trust with our stakeholders and welcome their contribution to this organisation.
Join this movement to share, learn, and teach our future generations the Spirituality and Science of Sanatana Dharma which is key to peace, prosperity, and control of Mind.