Rural Welfare

Gramin Upakram Chakan is a small village situated about 20 miles from Pune. The only historical remains one finds in this village is the dilapidated fortress of Sangram Durg.

Manashakti selected Chakan for rural development. In 1972. A high school teacher and sadhak Shri. Madhukar Sandhan dedicated himself for this work. Later, another life-devotee Dr. Srirang Ghumatkar (Ayurveda Expert) joined him. During initial period, ‘Propogation of Knowledge about Bhagvat Geeta’ activity was organized. Experiments for evaluating the effects of chanting of Mantra and Music on agricultural fields, were also started. ‘Gram Seva Samiti' inspired by Manashakti, was established in 1978, and the work started in a planned and organized way.

Activities Organized by Manashakti Chakan Centre

Free Distribution of Educational aids & Uniforms

Free Programs for Tension-free Exam Success

Free Program for Teenage Girls

Manashakti Nursery, for Kids

Education-Sanskar Project for Rural Students

Earn and Learn Scheme for Rural Youths

Gayatri Mantra inspired Agricultural

Experiments for Farmers

Planting and Nurturing Trees
Gayatri Clinic

Ayurvedic Panch-karma Health Centre

Swanand Ayurvedic Medicinal Products

Education through Kirtan (Celebrating praises of God through singing and dancing)


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