Vishwa Samvad Kendra, is a media centre with a difference- a difference defined by its motto; Samvadat Souhardam; Amity through interaction. The mighty national resources through which the country is currently passing makes it necessary.

Vishwa Samvad Kendra (VSK) is an agency working in the field of media-print and electronic included-related multidimensional activities. Apart from pooling and disseminating news, it is active in organizing seminars and symposia on subjects of national and social importance, analyzing contemporary events, interviewing social leaders and thinkers, furnishing studied feature articles by eminent column writers, organizing reorientation programme for promising young journalists, providing guidance to those interested in the art of letter writing for the editor’s mail and in creating forums of TV viewers etc to mention a few activities for your information. When in late eighties, the Ayodhya movement was the hot topic for a worldwide debate, Vishwa Hindu Parishat, Which was in the forefront of the agitation, initiated VSK to provide authentic and Latest information of the development to the media persons thronged at the spot from all over the world for covering the event.

The three units of VSK set up one at Faizabad, the district headquarter of Ayodhya. Another at Lucknow the state capital and a third one at Delhi, the national capital. With well equipped mass communication arrangements and networking, served well in accordance with the purpose for which they were established also became popular and much appreciated spot of visit for the media persons for all the latest and updated information they received there. After 1992 though its temporary relevance was lost, with the acquitted experience in the field to its credit, VSK continued its mission independently making its field of activities multidimensional and base widened. At present VSK has its units at all state capitals, all engaged in activities enlisted above at state level. Though working under the same banner, each unit is independent in its routine function.