We are a group of people who were individually working in various ways to spread a greater understanding of what the Vedic culture and philosophy is and what it has to offer. We have been doing this for years separately but have now joined together. We also invite everyone else to join us to do the same--to act in ways to preserve, protect and share the universal Dharma with all others. 


The Vedic Friends Association

Atlanta, GA  - U.S.A.

T: 470-588-1550

F: 470-588-1550

E:  info@vedicfriendsassociation.org

Our Mission


    To see that every human is my friend is a point that can develop into a truly peaceful world. But that vision cannot be acquired without a spiritual foundation. It is a consciousness that comes from perceiving that we are all children of the same Supreme Father and Mother, the same God. This must include the perception that God exists within every person and that we are spiritually parts of God. With the proper spiritual understanding, a person can view everyone with love, and all cultures and religions with appreciation. This is the transformation that all friends of the Vedic Friends Association (VFA) are encouraged to develop and to bring into their lives and in their dealings with others.

      The Vedic Friends Association (VFA) is an international body of people who have embraced the Vedic culture or deeply respect the Vedic vision and way of life, including its systems of yoga, meditation, pranayama, languages and literature, Ayurveda, astrology, vegetarianism, forms of worship and spiritual knowledge. The VFA is committed to the promotion and preservation of Vedic heritage, civilization and culture.

 To assist people in this way, the VFA promotes the Universal Spiritual Truths of Sanatana-Dharma, the eternal tradition of Truth. Such Universal Truths are applicable for any religion, in any time in history, and anywhere in the world. Anyone can be of any religion or culture and still be able to learn and enhance ones spiritual journey by incorporating this knowledge and information into ones life.

      The main source of inspiration for the VFA is the ancient Vedic teachings, which include the Vedas, Upanishads, Bhagavad-gita, Mahabharata, Ramayana, Puranas, Yoga Shastras and many more. These represent some of the greatest spiritual insights discovered by mankind. They exhibit a range of consciousness far superior to ordinary sense perception and conventional realms of thought. These texts especially explain the spiritual identity and nature of the soul beyond all bodily designations. They describe in detail the process for developing our eternal loving relationship with the Supreme.

      It becomes easier when we all work together to bring about the end of ignorance through the spread of spiritual knowledge and the practice of reawakening our dormant love for God and each other. That is one of the facets in which the VFA will be working. The more we work together in this way, the more we become a community, or extended family, all helping each other make the best use of this human existence, and in improving the conditions throughout the planet. This can give any human life more meaning and fulfillment. Serving society in this way with the understanding that God exists within everyone is also a part of a progressive reform and selfless service. As stated in Bhagavad-gita, the Lord appreciates no service more than helping others understand this spiritual knowledge.

      By providing information of our true spiritual identity, the VFA hopes to encourage individual and social development and reform through a holistic vision in order to bring human existence to a higher level of cooperation, meaning and fulfillment. Thus, it can help fill the emotional void that has appeared in numerous people worn down by disappointment in the material affairs of this world, or by those who have left religion or who have been betrayed or even abandoned by religions.

      The VFA wants to provide the means through which everyone can reach their deepest faith and connection with the Supreme, and feel secure in the process. The Vedic system provides each person the freedom and independence of thought and action necessary to experience the Absolute Truth. The Vedic vision relates that everyone naturally has a relationship with the Divine and is a part of His nature, which does not depend on the intervention of any institution or the approval of a cleric or priest. This relationship is alive just as sure as you are alive. This relationship with God only needs to be reawakened. The Vedic system describes the authentic ways of reawakening this relationship by which a person can directly perceive this loving Supreme Divinity.