Universal Peace Centre™ Trust

Universal Peace Centre™ Trust

Ancient Practice of Sun Yoga India ™ was revealed to Uma Sankar Sunyogi ™ by the grace of Mahaavatar Babaji, while he was staying in Sri Aurobindo Ashram in Pondicherry. This lost science became the subject of Sunyogi’s research. Upon his success, he was eager to share his experience with all the people with the hope that, this can be the tool for promoting Universal Peace, Unity and Brotherhood. With this in mind, he set on a barefoot journey of the entire country of India. While on a trans-country walk, Uma Sankar Sunyogi ™ was discovered by Mr Raja Iawyer of Vedaranyam (Near Chennai) in 1997. The interaction between them resulted in the decision to bring Sun Yoga India ™ to practice, and for the benefit of all. To serve this purpose, in 1998 Uma Sankar Sunyogi ™ founded the Universal Peace Centre ™ under the guidance of Srimati Bimala Bala Bag in the Village Lachhipur (West Medinipur) in West Bengal, India. Initially, the Universal Peace Centre ™ was started on the family property and dependent on the income from the Bag family. Later on, other donors came forward with donations from other intimate associates.

The first international conference on Sun Yoga India ™ was held in 1998 in the village of Lachhipur, and about 200 people participated in this conference and workshop. Uma Sankar Sunyogi ™ headed the conference and Dr. Pramod Prasad held a workshop on Acupressure.

Uma Sankar Sunyogi ™ recruited Mr Ben Heron from England as a volunteer for the activities of Universal Peace Centre ™ and also to host one webpage for the purpose of promoting our mission in the year 2000. As a result, the website www.sunyoga.info was started and since then, it was upgraded in 2004 and subsequently in 2009.

In the year 2004, Sunyogi Umasankar’s efforts crossed the border of India and the first workshop was held in Thailand by the initiative of Mr Bharsu Trankasamfort. This was then followed by other similar workshops in Nepal, Malaysia, Germany, Austria, Sweden, France, Serbia, Macedonia, Croatia and Mongolia in the following years.

Universal Peace Centre ™ Trust

The main activities that are currently being carried out as part of the mission are:

  1. Through Sun Yoga India Workshop™ (both basic and advanced)
  2. Acupressure workshop (both basic and advanced

These activities are carried out worldwide (including India), as and when invited by the organisers of any country.  The invitation requirements are sent to the organisers of the country before the invitation is formally accepted.

The future plan of the Universal Peace Centre ™ Trust is to:

  1. Build a Global Health Home in future (headquartered in the village of Lachipur), where further research could be carried into Sun Meditation India ™ and Sun Yoga India ™, as they are the main tools for meditation, which ultimately seek to promote a peaceful society.
  1. Possibly create a potential similar facility in another part of the world, where people could practice similar ideals of universal peace, unity and brotherhood.
  1. CreateUniversity of Sun Yoga India ™, with a complete curriculum for it’s study and research.
  1. Achieve further funds for the continuation of such social activities and also to helpneedy people.
  1. Expand the current Ashram to welcome more people, as the number of visitors to the Ashram is increasing steadily.


The other activities of the Universal Peace Centre ™ Trust are:

  1. Annual Universal Peace Conference, occurring since 1998 in India
  2. Further the understanding in Sun Yoga India ™ and other spiritual activities
  3. Cultivation of the Ashram land by organic means
  4. Promotion of environmental development by educating the villagers about pollution, and helping them to adopt a healthy life style
  5. Plantation of trees in and around the village
  6. Help in repairing and maintenance of roads in and around the village
  7. Distribution of clothes to the poor people in villages
  8. Helping the poor students with books

Uma Sankar Sunyogi was born into a Hindu family in West Bengal, near Calcutta in India in 1967. Living next to an ashram throughout his childhood, he developed an early interest in Yoga and spirituality. By the age of eighteen, having spent a large proportion of his life practicing Yoga, he made the decision to

As an example when we open computer one by one windows some time after computer could be hang, similarly from childhood so many incomplete thought are hanging .

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  • Meditation 96%
  • Stress Managment 90%
  • Samadhi 90%
  • Sprituality 86%
Yogi Uma Sankar

Yogi Uma Sankar


Mr. Chandra Sekhar

Mr. Chandra Sekhar

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Mr. S.C. Karan

Mr. S.C. Karan


Mr. Kantipong Wonglaw

Mr. Kantipong Wonglaw




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(+13) Nakshatranusama
(+12) Grahanusama
(+11) Amar
(+10) Chaitanya
(+9) Paramahansa
(+8) Rogamukta
(+7) Jeevanmukta
(+6) Amrit
(+5) Samadhi
(+4) Dhyana
(+3) Sahasrara
(+2) Agya Chakra
(+1) Vishudhhi Chakra
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(-2) Swadhisthana
(-3) Mooladhara
(-4) Dhyan Rodhak
(-5) Samadhi Rodhak
(-6) Amrit Rodhak
(-7) Jeevanmukta Rodhak
(-8) Rogmukta Rodhak
(-9) Paramhansa Rodhak
(-10) Chaitanya Rodhak
(-11) Amar Rodhak
(-12) Grahanusama Rodhak
(-13) Nakshatranusama Rodhak
(-14) Brahmandanusama Rodhak

The mission of the Universal Peace Centre ™ Trust is to create a Self dependent and sustainable global family home University™.
If you are interested to attend basic Sun Yoga India Workshop ™ in India, please take a look the following schedule and contact person responsible for workshop organizing in different places:

Contact Us

Distric-Paschim madinapur,west Bengal
Contact-Bikash chakravarti(+919734445434)
E-mail: sunyogiindia@gmail.com