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Tatvajnana Vidyapeeth (informally known as "Vidyapeeth") is a philosophical university set up in a tapovan style in Thane, near Mumbai. The meaning of Tatva-gyan (Philosophy) is "the ultimate Wisdom" and the meaning of Vidya-peeth is "University". It aims to instill and teach Vedic concepts to its students.
तत्त्वज्ञान विद्यापीठ found by Rev. Pandurang Shastri Athavale in 1956 after attending World Religious Conference in Japan. At the end of conference, people across globe appreciated the Pujya Dadaji's knowledge on Vedas, Upanishad, Gita and asked Rev. Dadaji to exhibit any living person or village in current India. Pujya Dadaji does had answer for that question and started Tatvagnan Vidyapeet to make it reality.
In the field of education, along with Tatvagnan Vidyapeeth, Revered Dadaji started other educational institutes in Gujarat and Maharashtra.
Location: Manpada, Thane, Maharashtra
Coordinates: 19°13'24"N 72°58'32"E
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