Satyameva is a platform for exploring and understanding India’s role as a nation and a civilization in the twenty-first century world. Sri Aurobindo, one of India’s foremost spiritual leaders, said this of India’s future work —

The recovery of the old spiritual knowledge and experience in all its splendour, depth and fullness is India’s first, most essential work; the flowing of this spirituality into new forms of philosophy, literature, art, science and critical knowledge is the second; an original dealing with modern problems in the light of Indian spirit and the endeavour to formulate a greater synthesis of a spiritualized society is the third and most difficult. Its success on these three lines will be the measure of its help to the future of humanity.

Satyameva, in partnership with the Auromir University, wants to work along these lines for India’s civilizational resurgence. This is Satyameva’s mission and purpose.

There are many others today who are working, or wish to work, for an Indian civilizational resurgence. Satyameva wants to actively create a pan-India platform for bringing together all such forces in a deeper and wider collaboration.