Hundred orphan children are adopted by Patanjali after Uttarakhand disaster 2014. Their basic need like Accommodation, Health and Education are provided at Patanjali Sevashram, Mulya, Devprayag.





Every year on 4 August, Jadi Buti Diwas is celebrated by the institution From 2009. On this occassion the personalities having remarkable contribution in the field of Ayurveda and Organic Agriculture are being awarded with 'Patanjali Ayurved Gaurav' and 'Patanjali Krishi Gaurav' award. 1 Lac Rs., Shawl and Certificate have been given to every awardee.




Provided out and out assistance to persons affected by the Tsunami disaster of December 2004, and an aid of 50 Lakh rupees was given to help the victims as a contribution from this institution.



Patanjali Yogpeeth emerged as the biggest NGO in the world to provide aid and relief to the victims of the most calamitous floods of the century in Bihar in 2008.

Over four million people of about sixteen hundred villages of sixteen districts of Bihar badly affected due to horrible flood situations. More than two million people in isolated villages in the second-most populous state of the country have been displaced and about a quarter of a million houses destroyed in the worst flood to have hit the nation in the last 50 years.





Patanjali Yogpeeth (Trust) of H.H. Swami Ramdevji Maharaj is engaged in the relief work for Uttarakhand disaster affected persons at large scale. Trust's Secretary General rev. Acharya Balkrishnaji himself with his team of volunteers has spearheaded the relief work from Guptkanshi near Kedarnath valley. Big camps to distribute cooked food, medicines and water have been established in badly affected areas of Uttarakhand like Guptkashi, Rudraprayag and Joshimath etc.

So far, the trust with the help of its volunteers has distributed tons of food material like biscuits, wheat-flour, salt, spices, mustard oil, water etc. to the people living distant away from road networks.

Flood relief and assistance work was undertaken at more than 50 places in the flood ravaged districts where free food and clothing were distributed to lakhs of people daily.

More than 15,000 Volunteers of Patanjali Yogpeeth under the guidance of H.H. Swami Ramdevji Maharaj and Revered Acharya Balkrishnaji were engaged in the relief work for Bihar disaster affected persons. H.H. Swamiji Maharaj & Revered Acharyaji Maharaj went to the flood affected areas to help the affected people in dealing with the catastrophe.