Who We Are
We are a nonprofit trust fighting poverty, disease, and inequity in India and Bangladesh. We work as an open platform for like-minded people who are interested in achieving Self-Abnegation through Nishkam Karma. We work as a catalytic force to bring together Investors, Entrepreneurs, Local Communities, Devottor Property Trusts to create a business model which generates revenues, creates jobs, eradicates poverty and protects properties from encroachment.
What We Do
Our mission is to create a world where every person has the opportunity to live a healthy, productive life. We are dedicated to support and drive innovation in healthcare, elderly care, education, rural livelihoods, green energy, hospitality, agriculture, natural resources management, governance, traditional crafts and empowerment of people.
How We Work
We bring investors to projects, develop properties by leasing and investing in the community properties which are lying unused due to lack of investment. We partner with local Entrepreneur for new business ventures in the developed property and employ the local unemployed youth for income generations. We provide the modern technology and management skills for conducting business activities and create franchise models jointly with local small traders. We provide technology and logistics to market and sell products using our platform with unified branding. We work as a guarantor to everyone and liaison with the outside world!
Why We Work
“Although a man has not studied a single system of philosophy, although he does not believe in any God, and never has believed, although he has not prayed even once in his whole life, if the simple power of good actions has brought him to that state where he is ready to give up his life and all else for others, he has arrived at the same point to which the religious man will come through his prayers and the philosopher through his knowledge; and so you may find that the philosopher, the worker, and the devotee, all meet at one point, that one point being self-abnegation.” –Swami Vivekananda, Karma Yoga, Ch.6.8