Help and Support

The helpless, physically and mentally impaired persons, orphans, patients of leprosy, other helpless persons, kin of martyrs and the persons who are afflicted by calamity were always helped by Patanjali in times of need. Besides direct service to the poor in the country, Patanjali has also donated crores to the organizations who are working for the welfare of the poor. To facilitate the worthy helpless orphans students by providing clothes, food, study materials and lodging. Also to help and co-operate the relief activities related to flood, earthquake, epidemic drought etc.
Free Residential Facilities at Mahrishi Balmiki Dharamshala, Haridwar is the religious capital of the country, where lac of pilgrims come from all across the globe daily. Some of them belong to poor section of the society who can't even arrange fooding and lodging on their own. Keeping this fact in view, a four story huge hospice of 86,000 sq. ft. covered area has been built in Patanjali Yogpeeth-2 by Patanjali Yogpeeth (Trust), where lodging facilities for about 1000 persons are available. On ground floor 53, on first floor 90, on second floor 87 and on third floor 84 spacious rooms with modern facilities have been built. This hospice has been named after Mahrishi Balmiki, the author of the great epic 'Ramayana.'
Yajna is performed daily within the premises so that the persons staying in this hospice may come closer to Indian values and traditions. Visitors can also seek free Ayurvedic consultancy in O.P.D. of Patanjali Yogpeeth. They can also gain the practical knowledge of Yoga and Pranayama by participating in Yoga Classes which are conducted at one-hour interval.
Free food arrangements at Sant Ravidas Langar, Adjacent to Mahrishi Balmiki Dharamshala, a two story Langar hall of 23,600 sq. ft. covered area, has been built in Patanjali Yogpeeth-2, by the Trust, in which nearly about 5000 persons can have free meal daily. The Langar will be in operation from early in the morning to till night, everyday. This Langar has been named after the great saint Ravidas.