शम्भल समत्वम् (Shambhala Samathvam) was founded on the ideal of :

लोकाः समस्ताः सुखिनोभवन्तु
Lokah Samastah Sukhino Bhavantu

May all the Worlds become Happy.

This is an ancient Sanskrit prayer for the well being of all worlds and all beings in these worlds.

शम्भल समत्वम्  promotes innovative technologies like Block Chain, Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning (ML), Unmanned Aerial Systems(UAS), Structure from Motion (SFM), Internet of Things (IOT) and other advanced technologies and also time tested technologies to become the world leader in the Geospatial, Real Estate and Land Records, Asset Management, Agriculture and Water  domains.

शम्भल समत्वम् also believes in Ethical and Natural Businesses and Natural Production methods that was followed by our ancestors and made Bharat one of the most admired nations in the world for millenniums.

We aim to share our wealth and while none of us have an interest in becoming multi-billionaires, we surely do have an interest and consider it our life’s mission that everybody in Bharat become ₹ millionaires.

The meaning of the word शम्भल समत्वम् (Shambhala Samathvam)

शम्भल  in the Buddhist scriptures means Heaven.

शम्भल in the scriptures of the Sanathan Dharma also means Heaven.

But unlike the Heaven described in modern religions,  Heaven is not just a land filled with gold and diamonds and good looking people, but more importantly a land filled with Peace and Tranquility and ruled by धर्म Dharma and समत्वम् (Samathvam).

In the scriptures of the Sanathan Dharma, शम्भल means a place better than Ram Rajya where the rule of धर्म Dharma is supreme and everybody achieves समत्वम् (Samathvam).

What exactly is समत्वम्ं (Samathvam)?

The Bhagavad Gita says in (II.48):

“Perform your duty with equanimity, O Arjuna, abandoning all attachment to success or failure.

Such equanimity (Samathvam) is called Yoga.”

समत्वम्ं योग उच्यते (Samathvam Yoga Ucyate)

Once you achieve समत्वम्ं (Samathvam) you become a Yogin (Yogi).

Becoming a Yogin is the highest ideal of the Gita and the highest ideal of mankind and humanity.

This is what  the Gita says about one who has mastered the ध्यान Yoga and achieved समत्वम्ं (Samathvam):

The Yogin is greater than the Ascetic,
he is considered greater than the man of knowledge,
greater than the man of ritual works.

Bhagavad Gita 6.46

As Shyam Sundar Goswami said in his wonderful book about his unnamed Master’s teaching:

yogi can be in the forests of the Himalaya or in a big city;

a real yogi is unconcerned with his own environment as he is with himself.