Mar Chrysostom Foundation

(An organization for Global Peace through Communal Harmony)

Founded – 2013

Mar Chrysostom Foundation is started in 2013 to promote the “Global Peace through Communal Harmony” in the name of the world-renowned leader His Grace Dr. Philipose Mar Chrysostom Valia Metropolitan. The late Bishop was popularly known as the Goodwill Ambassador of Global Peace and Communal Harmony. 

Most. Rev. Dr Philipose Mar Chrysostom One of the longest serving Bishops for 68 years in Mar Thoma Church bid farewell to the world at the age of 104 (April 27, 1918 – May 5, 2021). Known for his wit and humor, the bishop was conferred with India’s third highest civilian award, the Padma Bhushan in 2018.

He formulated and implemented projects to improve the social, economic, and cultural condition of the backward class people with the help of parishes. As the Bishop of South Travancore, he encouraged the local parishes to set up over 40 Mission centers for the uplift of the marginalized through handicrafts, printing press, Balawadis and other livelihood means.
The basic quality of Mar Chrysostom Metropolitan was his pleasant attitude. His main medium of communication was through humorous words and action. Many books and documentaries have been published containing his humorous speeches and talks.

The zeal towards the World Peace and Religious harmony is an essential platform for the collective approach for a peaceful atmosphere in India and abroad. The Vision of Mar Chrysostom Foundation is an encouraging aspect Foundation is planning to launch “Global Peace & Communal Harmony” Conferences in National & International level to spread the Vision of the Foundation.

Similar actions to promote the Environmental blessings will be another stepping stone to promote the Mar Chrysostom Foundation will also be priority in the coming days.

Mar Chrysostom and Hon. P M Modi


Pampa River Project

Pampa River located in the state of Kerala, India. Pampa is the sacred river of the hindu devotees and they offer regular rituals on the banks of the river.

Pilgrims who visit the Sabarimala Temple usually take a dip in the Pampa River before climbing the hill to reach the temple. The annual Sabarimala pilgrimage attracts millions of devotees from all over India and abroad.

Pampa River is also plays a major source of irrigation for the agricultural lands in Pathanamthitta and Alleppey districts in Kerala. The river is also known for its scenic beauty and attracts many tourists who visit the nearby hill stations and wildlife sanctuaries. “Save River Pampa and Green Earth” are the sustainable nature conservation project of Mar Chrysostom Foundation.

A collective effort and cooperation of the local people is needed to make the coastal areas of the Pampa River garbage free and to plant fruit trees and medicinal plants along the river banks. Along the banks of Pampa River, units of nature lovers are being formed under the name of “Global Friends of Pampa”.

We are planning to organize chapters of the “Global friends of Pampa” in association with Nature lovers from different countries who loves “Pampa River” for this holy act.

Welcome to the teamwork of “Global Friends of Pampa” !