Function as a high-level teaching and research organization in Samskrit language, literature, Vedic studies and Shastras such as Vyakarana, Samkhya, Yoga, Nyaya, Vaisheshika, Mimamsa, Vedanta, Bauddha, Jaina, Dharma Shastra. Preserve, foster and promote the traditional system of learning in Vedic, Agamic, and Cognate literature with special emphasis on unique features available in Karnataka. Promote the study of Samskrit language and facilitate inter-disciplinary and multi-disciplinary research that bridges the knowledge gap between ancient wisdom and modern science.
Contribution to society
Consolidate, revive and promote the Bharateeya Jnana Parampara as also bridge the gap between the scientific thoughts contained in the Vedas and Samskrit Literature and modern science – particularly in the disciplines of Agriculture, Astronomy, Biology, Chemistry, Humanities, Information Technology, law and Jurisprudence, Management, Mathematics, Metallurgy, Meteorology, Physics, Social Sciences and Yoga with modern scientific and technological studies.
Collect, preserve, critically edit and publish rare manuscripts and ancient works by establishing an Oriental Research Institute in Samskrit and computerize and digitize the entire corpus of manuscripts and Sanskrit texts.
Training general public on reading ancient scripts such as Granthi, Sharada, Brahmi.