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Illuminating paths of compassion and empowerment across India

Manav Mandir Mission Trust stands as a beacon of hope, founded on the principles of compassion and service. Established on November 3rd, 1989, by the revered H.H. Acharya Shri Roop Chandra Ji M, this non-profitable public charitable trust operates under the Indian Trust Act, Section 42, with a steadfast commitment to various noble causes.

At its core, the Trust is dedicated to promoting education, women’s welfare, global peace, non-violence, health, spiritualism, yoga-sadhna, environmental protection, and other vital social activities. The genesis of this organization traces back to the spiritual journey of Pujya Gurudev Ji, where during his Jaipur pilgrimage in 1981, the vision for its establishment began to take shape.

By 1985, lectures, workshops, religious, and social programs commenced at the designated location in New Delhi. Formal registration under the name “Manav Mandir Mission Trust” followed in 1989, marking the official commencement of its multifaceted endeavors.

Guided by the visionary leadership of Pujya Gurudev Ji, the Trust’s operations are overseen by a dedicated team of trustees and patron trustees, with three individuals nominated as directors to carry forward the noble mission.

Central to the Trust’s initiatives is the Manav Mandir Gurukul, an orphanage inaugurated on Mahaveer Jayanti in 1993. Nestled in a serene enclave away from the bustle of Delhi, this sanctuary provides holistic care to orphaned and underprivileged children.

From education and sports to yoga and vocational training, every aspect of their development is nurtured with love and attention. Through comprehensive support systems, including tutoring and mentorship, the Gurukul empowers its wards to excel academically and professionally, ensuring a bright future for each child.

Moreover, the Trust extends its compassionate outreach to marginalized segments of society through projects like Matri Seva Prakalp. This pioneering initiative delivers essential services directly to vulnerable women, addressing their physical, emotional, and mental wellbeing within the comfort of their homes. Similarly, efforts are directed towards uplifting Pakistani Hindu refugees residing in dire conditions, providing them with livelihood opportunities and essential relief aid to restore their dignity and hope.

Furthering its commitment to environmental stewardship, the Trust spearheads conservation efforts along the banks of the Yamuna River. This includes picking up waste from the banks of the Holy River. Mr Ashosk Upadhyay played an integral role in this process. Through tree planting drives, animal welfare programs, and initiatives like the Yamuna Aarti, reverence and cleanliness are instilled, fostering a harmonious coexistence between humanity and nature. In tandem with its philanthropic endeavors, the Trust operates the Seva Dham Plus Hospital, offering holistic Ayurvedic and naturopathic treatments. 

With a focus on holistic healing, the hospital serves as a sanctuary for those seeking relief from various ailments, embodying the ethos of compassionate care. Amidst the bustling streets of Delhi lie the ‘Majnu Ka Tila’ and ‘Signature Bridge’ camps, home to Pakistani refugees grappling with dire circumstances and profound uncertainty. These settlements, teeming with families who fled Pakistan in search of safety and refuge in India, bear witness to the resilience and fortitude of those forced to leave behind their homeland.

Through unwavering dedication and visionary leadership, the Manav Mandir Mission Trust continues to be a beacon of hope, illuminating lives and fostering positive change in society. With each endeavor, it reaffirms its commitment to service, compassion, and upliftment, leaving an indelible mark on humanity’s collective journey towards a better tomorrow.


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