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Welcome to Vishwa Jyoti Communications

INTRODUCTION: Vishwa Jyoti Communications is a centre for media, art and culture which is committed to promotion of human rights, primary education, communal harmony, community building, and development through low-cost media.

VISION: We, who are Engaged in the Empowerment of the Poor and the Marginalised, Emerge as Collective Body to Communicate through People's own media the Human Dignity in Praxis and Journey Together towards Awareness, Animation and Collective Action.

ABOUT US: Vishwa Jyoti Communications (VJC) was founded in 1991 in Varanasi. As we are in the third decade, we realize that it is an opportunity for introspection, retrospection and for revitalizing our energies to fulfill the dreams of the founders and for the common people of our country. The present day media scenario has become synonymous to satellite broadcasting only. As our cities and suburbs are inundated with cable networking, we at VJC realize that we need to continue to tread the unbeaten path of folk media and low-cost media, not because it involves less money, but for having experienced its power and capacity to change the society. So we are on a constant struggle to reinforce our focus on outreach programmes, on new types of training and with new attempts at production. We are privileged to have new staff committed and qualified for the various jobs of dissemination of truth.

Recent Activities


During the second wave of Covid-19 pandemic, Vishwa Jyoti Communications (VJC) with the help of other social organizations of Varanasi, has been bringing medical and other relief to the people of Varanasi. Masks and medicines are being provided in three temporary health centres in Nagepur, Harsos and Aswari of Araji line block, which are very well managed by Lok Samiti under the able direction of Nandlal Master and the coordination of Vishwa Jyoti Communications. Similarly, VJC coordinates the work of Lok Chetna Samiti of Chiraigaon which manages three temporary health centres which are in Pachrav in Chiraigaon block, Tala in Cholapur block and Chitauni Kot in Kashi Vidyapeeth block. These centres have been functioning from mid May 2021. From 3 June to 3 July 2021, the artistes of Prerna Kala Manch and the staff of VJC along with the Sisters of Our Lady of Providence, Shivpur are taking care of mobile medical camps being organized in 52 villages of Harahuwa and Sewapuri blocks and in some slums of Varanasi city. Large numbers of people are visiting these Camps which are mostly held in village temples, Primary Schools or under large Peepal or Banyan trees. Health check-ups are done by Dr. Manoj Upadhyay and Dr. Anil Singh in the mobile health camps. Up to now more than 4000 patients have benefitted from the medical camps in various centres and camps. Medicines are being given to the patients free of cost. So far some 320 people have been identified as Covid patients. They were given Covid medical kits and were advised home isolation.

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Vishwa Jyoti Communications was founded in 1991 by the Indian Missionary Society to give audio visual and media support to the society's ministry of rural development, literacy programmes, primary education, community health, people's organisation, communal harmony, inter religious dialogue, and religious programmes for the spread of peace, harmony, justice, reconciliation and love.

Contact Us

Please feel free to contact us:

Address: S 20/51-7 Nepali Kothi Varuna Pul Varanasi, U.P. 221 002
Telephone:   0542-2505545
Mobile: +91-9598604926
E-mail: vishwajyoticommu@gmail.com,