On humble appeal by Yogrishi Swami Ramdev ji Maharaj the 400 years long animal sacrifice tradition at Nepals’ Kalika temple has been stopped. Every year, over 30,000 animals were sacrificed at the shrine by devotees. After this,many other temple also announced to stopped animal sacrifice.
More than 100 orphan children of Nepal has been adopted by Patanjali. Patanjali Yogpeeth Trust is providing accommodation to these children along with education, housing and food.
Free Yoga Camp are continuously organized for the improvement of health of local residents. Daily More than 2700 yoga classes are conducting by Yoga Teacher to improve health of local resident.
Free consultancy to patients coming for the Ayurvedic treatment in the Patanjali. In addition to Patanjali Hospital services is also available at Patanjali Sewa Kendra.
Medicines are provided at a special discount to poor and needy people.
To explore and engage people on both sides in addressing common issues and seek areas of convergence and mutual cooperation.
To provide assistance, expertise and peoples alternatives, to the governments of both countries and approaching and dealing with common issues. Patanjali Yogpeeth Nepal has taken many initiatives to bring them on a common platform.
Building capacity of human resource on several issues of common concerns including, good health, education, cultural & spiritual development democracy and good governance.
To collect, documents, research, and disseminate information pertaining to social, cultural relations and developments of the Nepal.
Organize and conduct workshops, consultations, colloquium to obtain peoples opinion on any specific or general issues and make the governments aware of the issues.
To encourage mutual programmes at government and non-government level to on various issues.