Atmashrama's Madhwa Gurukula is a unique learning center of Vedic Wisdom presented in the form of Madhwa Vaishnavism propounded by the 13th Century saint Sri Madhwacharya. As the legends say, this is the original system of knowledge that is passed on to the present generation through disciplic succession originating from Sri Hamsa form of Lord Sri Vishnu. This is also one of the major three schools of Vedanta popularly known as Tattvavada or Dvaita Vedanta.

The Gurukula is a serene place where the divine teachings of the scriptures are actively discoursed and learnt for more than fifteen hours per day. This is a place where the divine language Sanskrit runs in the veins of every inmate. This is a breeding ground for future poets and dialecticians.

Currently, seven full-time residential students are studying in the Gurukula. They are being trained in traditional branches of knowledge such as Vedas, Vedangas, Upanishads, Mahabharata, Ramayana, Gita, Bhagavatam and other Puranas, Vyakarana Shastra, Nyaya Shastra, Mimamsa Shastra and other systems of Indian Philosophy. The student also gets mastery over the Sanskrit Language both as a spoken language and also as a literary subject. The students are also trained in Modern Systems such as Mathematics and Sciences. During their stay in the Gurukula, the students will master the art of discourse in Sanskrit and other languages such as English, Kannada, Telugu or Tamil.

The Gurukula students are also given an opportunity to interact with major science and technology institutions such as IITs, IISc, NIAS etc.

Training is also provided to Day-Scholars and Non-Residential Students. One can also attend some of the classes online. Weekend classes on Bhagavad Gita and Sanskrit are also conducted for Professionals. Occasional courses in Sanskrit and Indian Philosophies are also conducted for the benefit of wider section of interested students.