CCMT Developer Team: Interns Students, Technical Team

Internship students used to develop central chinmaya mission trust website and mobile applications in 2016-2017. And there were teams dedicated to each technology that developed new features related to them. There are total 8 members including team lead and manager in the team, total 6 students were working as a internship. CCMT developer team has total 8 members in 2016-2017.

Chinmaya Mission is a very well known trust which has many branches, whose purpose is to share happiness with maximum people to maximum time. This trust has many school colleges and universities also among them chinmaya vishwavidyapeeth is very good universities in kerala.

CCMT Developer Team, Mumbai



CCMT Developer Team in 2016-1017

Magento Developer Team:

  1. Hemant Kumar
  2. Praful Hegde


WordPress Developer Team

  1. Palavi Patidar
  2. Shubhangi Wani


Mobile Application Developer

  1. Nayana Santosh
  2. Remith Ranjith



Central Chinmaya Mission Trust (CCMT): Latest News 2020

The Chinmaya Mission is a Hindu religious and spiritual organization engaged in the dissemination of Vedanta, the science of the self as expounded in the Vedas, particularly the Upanishads, and other Hindu scriptures such as the Bhagavad Gita. Head office of Central Chinmaya Mission Trust (CCMT) located in powai, Mumbai.

The Chinmaya Mission was established in India in 1953 by devotees of the renowned Vedanta teacher Swami Chinmayananda Saraswati.

Administered by the Central Chinmaya Mission Trust in Mumbai, India, the mission was later headed by Swami Tejomayananda and is now headed by Swami Swaroopananda.

There are over 313 mission centres all over India and abroad. North America had more than 30 centres.

The motto of Chinmaya Mission is "to give maximum happiness to maximum people for maximum time."

Central Chinmaya Mission Trust (CCMT)
Central Chinmaya Mission Trust (CCMT)


Key Description:

Motto: To give maximum happiness to the maximum number for the maximum time

Formation: 1951

Founder: Swami Chinmayananda Saraswati

Type Spiritual organization

Legal Status: Trust

Purpose: Spirituality, Vedanta

Headquarters: Mumbai, Maharashtra, India

Location: 300 Centres

Area served: Worldwide

Headed By: Swami Swaroopananda

Main organ: Central Chinmaya Mission Trust


Social Network: Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, LinkedIn


History of Central Chinmaya Mission Trust

Foundation:  Swami Chinmayananda Saraswati, the founder of Chinmaya Mission, taught spirituality as the art of living.

Through jnana yoga (the Vedantic path of spiritual knowledge), he emphasized the balance of head and heart, pointing out selfless work, study, and meditation as the cornerstones of spiritual practice.

Doubting the teachings of the sages in the Himalayas, Balakrishna Menon met Swami Sivananda (Divine Life Society), who initially guided him in spiritual studies and then placed him under the tutelage of Swami Tapovanam (Tapovan Maharaj), with whom he pursued spiritual studies for nine years. He eventually came to share this Vedantic knowledge with the masses, in the form of the dynamic teacher known as Swami Chinmayananda.

Swamiji is a teacher of Srimad Bhagavad Gita. He is often credited with the renaissance of spirituality and cultural values in India, and with the spreading of Advaita Vedanta, as expounded by Adi Shankaracharya, throughout the world.

After Chinmayananda: After Chinmayananda attained mahasamadhi in 1993, his disciple Swami Tejomayananda (known as Guruji) became the global head of Chinmaya Mission.

Under Guruji, projects such as the Chinmaya International Foundation and the Chinmaya International Residential School were taken up.

In January 2017, Swami Tejomayananda assigned the headship of Chinmaya Mission Worldwide to sri Swami Swaroopananda.




The following activities are conducted at mission centers on a weekly basis:

Bala Vihar: Bala Vihar is a program in which children from age five to eighteen meet on a weekly basis to learn about Hindu culture, customs, and philosophy.

Bala Vihar is a program that is conducted throughout the world, not just in India, from countries such as the United States, UK, and Australia.

Some centers also have a version called Sishu Vihar, which is meant for children aged 2 to 4.

Chinmaya Yuva Kendra: CHYK – Chinmaya Yuva Kendra, known as CHYK, is the global youth arm of Chinmaya Mission. It is meant for youth aged 18–30 and its motto is, "Harnessing Youth Potential through Dynamic Spirituality".

CHYK conducts many camps and sessions throughout the world. CHYK West is a similar organization that operates in the West (United States, UK, etc.).


Other Activities:

  • Study groups for adults:
  • Chinmaya Vanprastha Sansthan for senior citizens (India and UK)

Medical facilities

  • Hospital – 1
  • Nurses Training Centre – 1
  • Diagnostic Centre – 14
  • Eye camp in the rural areas – 1
  • Adoption of villages for providing social and medical relief – 120
  • Senior Citizen Homes – 8
  • Income generating schemes for downtrodden women – 1
  • Children Welfare Centre – 1
  • Goshalas – 4


Educational field:

  • Chinmaya Vishwavidyapeeth
  • Schools (Regular) – 70
  • Chinmaya International Residential School – 1
  • Harihar Schools (Free education & vocational training for downtrodden children for self-sufficiency) – 3
  • Colleges – 4
  • Degree College – 1
  • Chinmaya Institute of Higher Learning – 1
  • Chinmaya Heritage Centre – 1
  • Value based Vision Programme for schools (Regularly conducted in various parts of India)
  • Institute of Management – 1
  • Chinmaya Academy for Civil Services


Rural Development: Chinmaya Mission undertakes activities of Rural Development via its wing Chinmaya Organisation for Rural Development (CORD)


Environment related: Chinmaya Mission, Sikkim Centre has established CHINMAYA SMRITI VANAM at Bulbuley, Gangtok, Sikkim, India in 1995 and have planted till now more than 10,000 ( ten thousand ) trees sapling most of which have grown now into full trees.

Studies in Indology: Chinmaya International Foundation (CIF),


List of Ashrams of Central Chinmaya Mission Trust

  • Sandeepany Sadhanalaya, Mumbai
  • Chinmaya Tapovan Trust, Sidhbari
  • Chinmaya Sandeepany, Karnataka
  • Chinmaya Sandeepany, Kolhapur, Maharashtra
  • Chinmaya Gardens, Coimbatore
  • Tapovan Kuti, Uttarkashi
  • Chinmaya Vibhooti, Kolwan, Pune
  • Chinmaya Krishnalaya, Piercy, CA, USA
  • SharadaSannidhi, Mangalore, Karnataka
  • Sydney, NSW, Australia
  • Chinmayaranyam, Andhra Pradesh
  • Chinmaya Mission, Sikkim Centre Ashram at Saramsa, Near Jalipool, near Gangtok, Sikkim, India
  • Chinmaya Mission at Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh, India
  • Paramdham Ashram at Ahmedabad, Gujarat
  • Chinmaya Mission Avantika. Ann Arbor, MI. USA
  • Chinmaya Vrindavan. Cranbury, NJ, USA.

List of Top Wealthiest and Richest Temples in India 2020

List of Top Wealthiest and Richest Temples in India 2020

Most Famous and Richest Temples in India 2020

India is quite a picturesque country from a historical point of view. When the travelers coming to India see the beauty here, the mantras become enchanted. There are a huge range of historical monuments, forts, palaces, temples in India. And it is the beauty of India that reflects India's past. India there is lot of beautiful temple which speak volumes about the amazing history of this country. Travelers travels the India to explore the beauty of its historical places and beautiful temple. There are a large number of famous temples in India that travelers can visit to explore their beauty. Some of these temples were built way long back and many of them are believed to have mystery of their own. These temples give a vibrant insight into the history of the period they were constructed. Among all, there are few temples, which are believed to be the richest temples in India. In this article, we have mentioned about some of those.


Richest Temples in India -  Padmanabhaswamy Temple, Kerala

This is one of the most richest temple in our country, it has got and possesses wealth of around 20 billion dollars (Rs 13,60,99,90,00,000).


This Temple has total assets of approx One Trillion Dollar Hidden Treasure Chamber is Discovered at India's Sree Padmanabhaswamy Temple


Richest Temples in India - Tirupati Venkateswara Temple, Andhra Pradesh

Venkateswara Temple at Tirumala is the Second Richest temple of India, in the world in terms of donations received and wealth it is one of the most richest temple in the world, dedicated to Lord Venkateswara.


Tirupati temple gets an annual donation of Rs 650 crore, and alone makes 11 million dollars (Rs 75,00,00,000) from selling laddus.


Richest Temples in India - Shridi Sai Baba Shrine - Mumbai

Shridi Sai Baba Temple is the third richest temple in India has gold and silver worth Rs 32 crore and coins worth more than Rs 6 lakh. The annual donation of the temple is around Rs 360 crore. This temple is the top 3 richest temple in the Maharashtra.

Richest Temple of India - SHIRDI SAI BABA SHRINE - MUMBAI


Vaishno Devi Temple, Jammu

This temple is most visited temple in the India which earns Rs 500 crore annually.

India Second Most Visited Temple - VAISHNO DEVI TEMPLE - JAMMU


Siddhivinayak Temple, Mumbai

This temple's average annual income ranges from Rs 48 crore to Rs 125 crore.

Siddhivinayak Temple, Mumbai
Siddhivinayak Temple, Mumbai


Golden Temple, Amritsar

This is one of the most beautiful temple in India, The temple's canopy is made of gold and the altar on which the holy book of Guru Granth Sahib is placed is studded with diamonds and other precious stones.

Golden Temple, Amritsar
Golden Temple, Amritsar


Meenakshi Temple, Madurai

This temple is also one of the most visited temple in the world, With more than 30,000 people visiting the temple, it earns a revenue of Rs 6,00,00,000 every year.

Meenakshi Temple, Madurai
Meenakshi Temple, Madurai


Jagannath Temple, Puri

Puri is an important pilgrimage destination for Hindu and part of the Char Dham pilgrimages. The exact evaluation of the temple is still a mystery, but the temple is believed to have gold articles weighing nearly 130 kg and silver articles weighing more than 220 kg. Once, a European devotee even donated Rs 1.72 crore.

Jagannath Temple, Puri
Jagannath Temple, Puri


Kashi Vishwanath Temple, Varanasi

This temple is one of the most famous Hindu temple, Kashi Vishvanath Temple is the Lord Shiva temple and one of the twelve Jyotirlingas in India. The temple is located in Varanasi and one of the holiest and most venerated temples of India.

The annual donation of the temple is around Rs 4-5 crore.



Somnath Temple - Gujarat

The richest temple in Gujarat has an annual revenue of Rs 33 crore.




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