Spirituality is the key to unlock the potential of the human mind. Spirituality allows for strengthening intuition, creativity, and inspiration so that one can be guided towards the life and work that they will find most rewarding. All aspects of the campus are designed to allow for students and faculty to look inwards and strengthen their inner voice, to make them strong and fulfilled individuals following the path that suits them the best. Without the cultivation of the mind and of this inner voice, much of education and the learning proces is incomplete. The magnificence of the buildings, the proximity to nature, the stillness and peace that can be found amidst the daily hustle bustle are some of the most compelling factors to study at Mody University.
Tapovan, Meditation Hall and the Buddhist Grove are abodes of tranquility providing sanctuaries for peaceful study, relaxation and contemplation. Tapovan is an architectural marvel where you can put your faith into practice. The central temple of Ramadarabara is designed in the shape of a lotus with the extension of a 'Yajna-Shala' and a serene 'Meditation Hall'. It is spread over eight acres and is truly a haven of spirituality. At 'Yajna-Shala', seven different kinds of vedic yajnas are performed by priests from 6 am to 7 pm for each of the seven days of the week. A seven-day vedic yajna is performed every year under guidance of trained vedic scholars from different parts of the country to create awareness among the students about Indian Vedas and our rich traditions. The majestic temple remains open from 5 am to 11 am and from 5 pm to 8.30 pm. Grand celebrations are organized on the occasions of Ram Navami, Vijayadashami, Janmashtami, Diwali and other major festivals. They are attended by students, parents, faculty, guests and other people at Mody University.
The serene Meditation Hall, with a sitting arrangement for about 200 people, is open for everyone who wishes to practice meditation and self-analysis. Classes for Yoga and meditation are also run by trained teachers on a regular basis for both students and faculty. Guiding sessions by renowned spiritual gurus are regularly conducted in the meditation hall. During weekends, award-winning documentaries are broadcast encompassing various aspects of spirituality, nature and social issues.
In addition, there are various Shilalekhs across the campus with spiritual quotations taken from the Vedas and other scriptures. The life-size statues and busts of great ancient saints, located at different parts of the campus, infuse the whole campus life with the presence of divinity. Mody University is gifted with religious and cultural diversity. This provides the chance to make deep friendships with people of other faiths and learn more about their traditions. There are various academic
courses in Sanskrit, Indian Philosophy and Vedic Astrology for students who wish to pursue higher education in the spiritual sphere. Realizing the need to expand the circle of faith towards international understanding of ONE RELIGION, the University offers a certificate and diploma course for foreign students as well. It not only provides an excellent opportunity to create an inter-religious dialogue but also synthesizes the eastern and western understandings of religion.