Vision & Mission​

Agasthyamath Charitable Trust or AMCT envisions to promote a healthy society through ancient Indian medicinal system of Lada Parampara. In coming days, AMCT looks forward to a thriving hub of pauranic style wellbeing, education, agriculture, research, environmental and animal care in the modern times.

Centralised in Goa, the services of AMCT is spread across India and foresees to expand its realms beyond any borders. AMCT also strives to evolve with time, and incorporate technology and modern tools while staying rooted to the paramparik ethos. With blessings of Sadguru Shri Kizhakkekara Thankkapan Vaidyar, the leadership of Sri K T Sivanandan Vaidyar (Guruji) and the talented AMCT team – the organization looks forward to becoming the symbol of true health, wellness and an ideal society.

AMCT continuously works on promoting this millenniums old forgotten art of diagnosis and healing, in and beyond India. The secrets of ancient Ayurveda and Lada Parampara have the capability to diagnose disease in early states, and also mitigate some of the conventionally incurable diseases. Making sure that maximum number of people are benefited from this knowledge and art, Guruji Sri K T Sivanandan Vaidyar and AMCT team organizes Nadi Parkishan Camps in 5 states and 23 cities across India.

Besides treating people, AMCT is on a mission to propagate the knowledge of this forgotten art – hence, Nadi Learning Workshops teaching these medicinal secrets to the youth are regularly held in various cities of India. A dedicated Gurukulam also encourages the future generations to join and learn Vedic knowledge and Ayurvedic science.

AMCT's Vision Mission Bhagavad Gita 15.5
Those who are free from false prestige, illusion and false association, who understand the eternal, who are done with material lust, who are freed from the dualities of happiness and distress, and who, unbewildered, know how to surrender unto the Supreme Person attain to that eternal kingdom.
[Bhagavad Gita Chapter 15 Verse 5]