Based on Vedic tradition, Ayurveda and Patanjali System
Wiswa Swasth Sansthan (WSS) essentially means: Visvamukhi is that which faces all directions. Swastha stands for all aspects of health and well-being Sansthan means ‘to stand together'.
World Swasth Sansthan (WSS) was registered as a charitable society in the 1970s and has been working towards health, well being and balance in society. Its founding principles are based on Vedic tradition, Ayurveda and the Patanjali System. The objectives include respect for all of life, including the environment and a sustainable legacy for humanity and the planet: Mother Earth.
WSS (registration number 5711) was registered as a charitable organisation in India in 1973. WSS is concerned to re-establish positive Vedic values based on the Vedic Sanatan Dharma through theeducation of the Highest Knowledge based upon Sri Svamiji's Teachings. This highlights the Panch Maha Bhut and the understanding of the Five Elements in the environment and ourselves, as well as the respect for all beings - jiva/jantu. WSS has prioritised the recognition of sustainable development and energy, including the rights of Mother Earth, her forests - van/upvan -and animal inhabitants. To do so WSS encourages the co-operation of humankind from every walk of life and every age or stage. Lasting assistance comes through understanding of the mind and heart as well as positive self-help to reflect self reliance in the spirit of responsibility for self. Projects that represent the rights of coexistence, animal welfare and health have been implemented over many years.