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Visionaries


Swami Dayananda Saraswati, the founder of the Arya Samaj, was one of the makers of modern India. With an indigenous orientation, he wanted to bring a new social, religious, economic and political order in India.
Taking inspiration from Veda, he criticized evil practices like idolatry, caste system, child-marriages, polygamy, “Purdah” and the practice of “Sati”, untouchability etc. prevailing in the then Indian society.
He opposed the caste system, injustice to women and the superiority of the Brahmins in the society.He established the Arya Samaj at Bombay on 10th April, 1875. The Arya Samaj rendered valuable services to the society.

Mahtama Hansraj born on 19th April 1864, was a mahatma (a great soul), who gave his entire life for providing education, freedom movement and reforming society.
Mahatma Hansraj is acknowledged as the founding father of the DAV movement. Hans Raj set up the first DAV school in 1886.
He was like a tiny seed from which sprouted a mighty banyan tree, which dropped its branches to sprout more banyans till they covered the entire country. Without doubt the largest non-governmental educational organization in the world is the chain of Dayanand Arya Vedic schools and colleges spread over the length and breadth of the country.


Mahatma Anand Swami, earlier named as Khushal Chand born on October 9, 1883 at Jalalpur Jattan, Pakistan, needs no introduction as he raised himself to international fame because of his unparalleled contribution to the welfare of the society.

He was a strong pillar of Arya Samaj and DAV movement in the country.
He devoted his whole life to “Ved Prachar” Arya Yuva Samaj decided to commemorate his birth anniversary at large scale every year in 2003. Mass marriages for poor girls, distributed blankets and wheat etc to the poor and needy & assistance to poor and needy students, have been organized by Arya Yuva Samaj Haryana since 2003 till date.