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Sri Dayaa Trust!!

Compassion is the dynamic force that propels acts of kindness and understanding, fostering connection and empathy in our interactions with others. It moves us to extend a helping hand, offer support, and embrace the diversity of human experiences. Through compassion, we create a more harmonious and inclusive world, where understanding and care are the driving forces of positive change.


Practicing compassion involves cultivating empathy, actively listening to others, and demonstrating kindness and understanding. It requires a willingness to connect with others, acknowledge their pain, and offer assistance or support when possible. Compassion can be expressed in various ways, such as volunteering, helping those in need, or simply offering a listening ear to someone going through a difficult time. It can have a profound impact on both the giver and the recipient, fostering a sense of connectedness and promoting overall well-being.

Compassion is not limited to interactions with other human beings. It can also extend to animals, the environment, and all living beings. The concept of compassion encourages respect, care, and responsible stewardship of the world we inhabit.

Overall, dayaa or compassion plays a significant role in fostering a more empathetic and harmonious society, encouraging individuals to extend care and support to others and promoting a sense of interconnectedness.

Dayaa, or compassion, is a concept rooted in many philosophical and religious traditions. It refers to a deep feeling of sympathy, empathy, and concern for the suffering or difficulties of others. Compassion involves recognizing the pain or struggles of others and having a genuine desire to alleviate their suffering.

In various religious and spiritual teachings, compassion is considered a fundamental virtue and an essential aspect of human nature. It encourages individuals to extend kindness, understanding, and support to others, regardless of their differences or circumstances. Compassion is often seen as a driving force behind acts of charity, selflessness, and humanitarian efforts.


  • To take abandoned and aged cows and other animals from any person institution government and non-government agencies etc. To give Medical Aid, to feed these animals throughout their lifetime. Also to provide shelters for sick and deserted animals


  • To establish promote and run schools and other institutions, orphanages, widow homes , old age home ,poor houses or other establishment for the relief or help to poor ,old and invalid people and destitute .


  • To support such and similar organisation maintained by other than our own Trust.


  • To provide a forum and other appropriate facilities for holding public Lectures, seminars and discussions on matters connected with objects of the Trust


  • To proactively engage in welfare of deserving and needy people of the society and foster a better world for humanity to live in

5) To proactively engage in welfare of deserving and needy people
of the society and foster a better world for humanity to live