The Orissa Association Mysore (OAM) in the state of Karnataka is a non-profit, non-commercial, socio-cultural organization, established in the city of Mysore in the year 1993. In the year 1998, OAM was formally registered as an Association under Karnataka Registration of Societies Act 1960 (No.2/98-99) with its own memorandum of Association and by-laws.
OAM's Important Projects in hand
Renovation and restoration work of 11th century Sri Venkateswara and Bhoga
Narasimha Temple at Srinivasa Kshetra, Belagola (Mandya), Karnataka, INDIA,
situated on the banks of River Kaveri and 15 Km from Mysore on way to Brindavan
Gardens is in progress under direct supervision of renowned archeologists,
modeler, engineer and agama specialist.
Construction of Sri Jagannath temple at same location,
to be built on turnkey
basis by world famous temple architect Padma Bhusan Sri Raghunath Mohapatra of
Bhubaneswar. Design, drawing and cost estimations are under preparation.
Gajapati Maharaja of Puri Sri Dibyasingha Dev is kind enough to extend help and
assistance for this great work.
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"Proposed Sri Jagannath Temple"
After completion of the restoration of ancient temple and construction of Sri Jagannath temple,
OAM has envisaged to undertake the following.
To develop a spiritual and socio-cultural centre in and around temple complex for research on Vedic studies, Yoga, Classical art, music & dance of Orissa and Karnataka.
To do research on Jagannath Philosophy, which is based on universal brotherhood and universal goodwill -" Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam.
To build a community centre with modern facilities for conduct of marriages and other social functions.
Philanthropists & people everywhere who respect the Sanatana Dharma, to kindly donate liberally for this noble work.
Donations are exempted from Income Tax under section 80G.