Projects Past and Future

Swami Kamalnayanacharya is the inspiration behind the Akhanda Jyoti Baba Swami Shreeji Charitable Trust. The trust is supported by contributions made by members and offerings made by devotees. The trust engages in philanthropic causes improving accessibility of various pilgrimage sites (roads, trek path, etc.) and providing dharmashala and annadan griha (place offering free stay and free vegetarian food to sincere devotees, pilgrims and tourists) en-route to pilgrimage sites. The trust has built and institutionalized Healthcare Centers en-route the pilgrimage sites that not only serve the pilgrims and tourists but also the local residents of those areas.

The trust also runs Shree Muktinath Veda Vidyashram (a gurukul type school) providing free lodge and board and education in Vedic scriptures, Grammar, English, Mathematics, Literature and Music in the villages of Kudule Phedi, Baglung, Dhaulagiri zone, Nepal; Srivan, Chhaling village, Bhaktapur, Kathmandu Valley, Nepal; Gajendra Moksha Divya Dham, Triveni, Nawalparasi, Nepal; Marwadi ghat, Vela Road, Delhi, India, and Chandigadh, India.

The trust also runs Shree Muktinath Kanya Gurukulam in Golfutar, Kathmandu, Nepal where girls are educated in scripures like Bhagwat, Grammar, English, Mathematics, Literature and Music. The school provides free board and lodging to the students.

The trust takes up promotion and conservation of Pauranic places of worship at Gajendra Mokshya Dham, Muktinath, Kagbeni, Damodar Kunda and the recently built temple of Shree Pancha Mahalakshmi in Kathmandu Valley, Nepal. Other sites are under construction.


Swami Kamalnayanacharya
Shree Ji Maharaj
(Shree Muktinath Peethadhish)

Born: 24 May 1966 (1966-05-24)
Baglung, Nepal

Titles/honours: Ananta Shree Vibhushit
Peethadhish of Muktinath Temple
Akhandajyoti Baba Anantashree.

Guru : Swami Shadacharya