The primary purpose of the Vedamath complex is to give accomodation to the Rigvedic scholars of Thrissur and Tirunavaya Mathas attending the Anyonyam every year. Along with that, the complex contains an administrative section, library and research centre, seminar hall and rooms for teaching Vedas and Vedic knowledge to all irrespective of caste, creed or sex.

Another initiative taken by the Anyonya Parishath is to do the audio - video documentation of Rigveda and Yajurveda. Hundred hours audio-video documentation of the chanting of the jaiminiya Samaveda of Kerala that is going to extent after the generation of four or five age old scholars living now, has already been completed by the School of Vedic Studies of Sree Sankaracharya University of Kalady. In the same way, the chanting of Rigveda and Yajurveda of Kerala style also needs to be documented, which is proposed to be undertaken by the Anyonyaparishath.

Manuscripts in large numbers are still remaining in oblivion in Kerala in various households. These manuscripts will be collected, classified and then kept in the library after properly treating them with preservatives. Microfilming process may be done to preserve them. Anyonyaparishath wishes to impart vedic knowledge to all those who want to have it, irrespective of caste, creed or sex. It is with this intension that short term courses and correspondence courses in Rigveda and other vedas are designed. Facilities will be provided to learn vedic chanting to all who want to learn it.

Anyonyaparishath is organizing a free Sanskrit language and Rigveda introduction class. The class will be held every sunday 10 Am at the Vedamath. Those who want to attend the class can contact the Anyonyaparishath office.

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