Punah Sanskar Foundation was founded in the year 2009 with the sole motive of working towards rejuvenation of our society which is increasingly besieged by lack of compassion and sensitivity. Founded by spiritual researcher and scholar Gaurav Tiwari after years of selfless service in the social segment, ‘Punah Sanskar’ is an endeavour, a mission to bring the lost glory of our rich culture back to our society and our lives in all potential ways. A versatile intellectual working staunchly and strongly for two decades towards bringing about radical changes in our social and mental setup through changes in thoughts and perception, Gaurav Tiwari is the founder of Punah Sanskar Foundation and Punah Samman social organizations.
Punah Sanskar Foundation is the world’s first mission for humanity offering a meaningful platform to those who wish to make a difference, to those who really care about the future of our children and the world we plan to bequeath them. Punah Sanskar aims to bring together like minded people on a common dais and discuss the needs for Punah Sanskar and help them arrive at a consensus. We wish through our spiritual journey to recreate or rejuvenate our society wherein each individual understands his responsibility foremost to humanity as a whole and then to his nation and of course to his family as well to raise such individuals.
We strongly condemn the increasing rapes in our society and the influence it has on innocent minds and their families. Rape is a heinous crime that not just assaults a body but inflicts immense mental trauma that a victim is unable to put behind for years without proper counseling and efforts. ‘Punah Samman’ is our initiative to help each and every rape victim come out of her self-imposed exile and face the society (which is truly her culprit) with determination and grit.
Punah Sanskar is a self funded organization and all events hitherto hosted by it have been with personal contributions of members. We welcome aspiring members and volunteers and look forward to generous contributions now to take our cause further ahead.
The Indian society has been the forerunner since times immemorial displaying rare compassion and sensitivity towards humanity and we are known for our family bonds and social values. It is indeed sad to see our present social order crumble and give way to selfishness and indifference. The rising crime graph and decaying values of our people is a matter of grave concern. This surely should not be the price we need to pay for modernization. Punah Sankar envisions the return of ‘Ram Rajya’ and envisages the perfect combination of development, modernization and a traditional empathetic culture where we can collectively feel happy or sad.