Welcome to Vedic Cultural and Spiritual center of San Diego website. It is a non-profit organization(EIN number: 33-0926154) with 501(c)(3) tax exempt status. This website provides information about all the activities not only happening at the center but also other groups of Indian heritage around San Diego.
Vision Our vision for the center is to promote Vedic tradition based on Vedic principles of peace and harmony amongst all the people independent of race, religion, national origin, economic status or sexual orientation.
Mission: Our mission is to build a center dedicated to promote rich Vedic tradition, culture and knowledge gained over thousands of years and recorded in many forms. The Center will have a senior center, a library, and an auditorium to accommodate community events such as weddings, concerts, seminars and workshops. The Center promotes youth activities through Balabhavan and Youth Seva Sangam (YSS). The Center also houses Shiva Vishnu Temple for spiritual and religious activities. Adults and children can participate in various Yoga and Sanskrit classes. In order to foster and nurture our Vedic Cultural Heritage, the Center will organize programs for promoting fine arts based on Vedic Culture such as Music, Dance, Drama and Harikatha/Kathakalkshepam. Teachers, students and artists will be invited to participate in special programs such as Aradhanas (for Saints and Composers), and in regular Sevas during important festivals/occasions and temple functions.
|Monday:||09:30 AM - 12:00 PM &
06:00 PM - 08:00 PM (PST)
|Tue - Fri:||10:00 AM - 11:00 AM &
06:00 PM - 08:00 PM (PST)
|Saturday:||9:00 AM - 2:00 PM &|
4:00 PM - 8:00 PM (PST)
|Sunday:||9:30 AM - 1:00 PM & |
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM (PST)
Live Webcast for Events
Vedic Cultural and Spiritual center is now located in a leased space in Mira Mesa. The number of visitors to the center has increased dramatically in the past four years. It is becoming difficult to accomplish the mission as described above. It is essential that we move to a larger and permanent place. We purchased land for this purpose. A committee selected by the Board is looking into all the necessary actions and permits required to build this center on this land. We need at least $3 million dollars to start the project. We really need the help of the community to generously donate for this cause. There are several programs such as car donation, pillar program, cash gifts are available for this purpose. Since this is a public benefit corporation, the donations are tax deductible. For example, gold pillar program requires a pledge of at least $10,000. it can be donated in $2,000 installments over 5 years. People who are in 30% (federal) and 10% (state) can save 40% resulting out of pocket expenses of $100 per month. (foot note: this is a hypothetical example. you should consult you tax advisor for the correct amount). Companies in some cases can match the contributions. This definitely will reduce the final cost. We are looking for 300 people in the initial phase who can participate in this pillar's program. More details are found in the Donate page. We urge you to consider this as part of your annual contribution for a worthy cause of building a center that promotes the diversity of Indian culture and traditions. It will be also a place for social interaction for our seniors and others, a venue for performing weddings and many dance and music programs.