Our ability to survive is dependent on your commitment to saving our heritage. So, please show your support today, so that we may continue to save knowledge for our future generations.

How can I participate?

Tara Prakashana is a not-for-profit trust. Activities listed here are only a few and what is BEING DONE now is only a little DROP in an OCEAN of activities yet to be done.

We seek your whole hearted support for the benefit of society and betterment of future generations to come.

You can sponsor - "Ramayana" and "Pearls of Bliss" to be distributed to school children in the name of any elders in your family. Each set costs Rs. 50/-

You can sponsor "Sangraha Ramayana" translated to Hindi that costs Rs. 90/- each to be distributed to hospitals in the name of any elders in your family.

You can sponsor the book - "The DecaTrait - Approach to success" authored by Dr. Mukund to be distributed to friends and relatives. This book costs Rs. 90/- each.

Digitization of ancient palm leaves is being done by disabled people employed by Tara Prakashana. The cost per month is about Rs. 1,00,000/-.
Your contribution will be invaluable.

Cheques may kindly be written in the name of "Tara Prakashana", payable at Bangalore.
For more details please feel free to Contact us. Alternatively you may wish to do a wire transfer.

Account Details:
Name: Tara Prakashana
Acc Number: 31785239705
State Bank of India,
Palace Orchards Branch, Bangalore.

Donations made to Tara Prakashana will be eligible for Tax relief under section 80G of the Income Tax Act 1961.

Long way ahead...

While the Sarvamoola granthas have been successfully imaged, restored, and preserved, there are innumerable other important works on palm-leaves that need to be preserved. Several of these are in various states of degradation, and even those in 'readable' conditions may degrade over the years. It is Tara Prakashana's endeavor to attempt to preserve various such works for posterity. Swamijis from several mathas belonging to the Tattva-vada school of thought have already expressed a desire to see works of their mathas preserved.

The Sarvamoola project was sponsored by Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) in part and a substantial private donation; Tara Prakashana is in need of funds to purchase the high-resolution imaging and processing equipment, various filters and image restoration software. It is our hope to image, restore, and preserve all important works.

Contributions will be accepted and used towards this purpose.