Our Mission
 
The Marg Foundation, a 501 (c)(3) tax exempt non-profit educational corporation, promotes the awareness, understanding, and appreciation of Hindu heritage.
The Programs of the Foundation are aimed primarily at the young people – in particular, those brought up in non-Hindu environment. They will also benefit parents and other adults who often have to answer the questions of their children about their heritage as well as those associated with children’s religious/cultural educational programs. Those from non-Hindu backgrounds, who are often intrigued by Hindu traditions and for whom Dharma remains a big question mark, will find the Program quite educational, illuminating, and inspiring.
To accomplish it mission, the Foundation
  • Publishes MARG: A Path to Hindu Heritage -- a bimonthly (6 issues a year) magazine,
  • Organizes seminars, workshops, and presentation on Hindu Awareness and related topics in support of its mission.
  • Maintains a Panel of Speakers on Hindu Dharma related topics.
  • Participates in appropriate cultural and dharmic exhibits and shows.
  • Provides support to other like minded organizations.
  • In the spirit of Vasudaiva kutumbkum, runs sewa programs, often in collaboration with other sister organizations.
  • Publishes a variety of Hand-outs on Dharma related topics.

 
Announcement
MARG V10N4, July – August 2014
is now available.

Copies of Marg Vol. 10 No. 4 were mailed out to the MARG readers during the first week of August, 2014. We trust that, by now, you must have received your copy and are enjoying its informative and inspiring contents.
[Click here to read via our Web Portal]
[Click here to subscribe to MARG or to send a gift subscription]
   
THE POWER OF PRAYER
THE POWER OF PRAYER - Asking for illumination of intellect is the highest prayer, because if intellect is touched by the Light of God, you do not need anything else. [Click here to read full article]
Upcoming Events
Interactive Seminar on
WORK IS SACRED - WORK IS WORSHIP

Date: Saturday, September 20, 2014
Time: 12:30 noon – 5:00 pm
Location: HINDU TEMPLE OF METROPOLITAN WASHINGTON
10001 Riggs Road, Adelphi, MD 20783
 
 
 
 
 
Inspiring Thought of the Week
"Dharma (Religion) is protected and expanded through truthfulness; the knowledge is acquired through continuous practice; one’s beauty can be maintained with cleanliness. and one’s family name can be kept alive only through good character and virtuous behavior"


Marg Foundation, P.O. Box 714. Gaithersburg, MD 20884-0714