Malaviya Bhavan, the former residence of the founder of the university, was opened for   public     in   1961    during Malaviya Centenary Year. This memorial building serves as the centre of studies and   research   on   the   life  and teaching of Mahamanaji. It consists of five main constituents - Geeta-Yoga Library, Yoga Sadhana  Kendra,   Geeta Samiti, Malaviya Adhyayan Sansthan, and Malaviya Centre for Value Studies. The Centre for Yoga runs     Diploma and Certificate Courses in Yoga. The Geeta Samiti organises morning lectures on religio-philosophical topics. Every Sunday Geeta discourses by eminent persons are held. The Center for Value Studies offers a short-term course on Value Education for Integrated Personality Development. Malaviya Bhavan has a beautiful garden with  a   variety   of plants. Every year the Flower Show of the University is held here. The Central Assembly Hall of the Malaviya Bhavan is often used for important cultural and religious events and lectures.


Hony. Director:
Prof. Vindhyeshwari Prasad Mishra,
Faculty of Sanskrit Vidya Dharma Vigyan,BHU,Varansi.