Social Welfare and Charity Activities


Shree Veeranjaneya Rural Development Program.
Agriculture & self help group activity has been the major source of livelihood for almost all rural families of Karwar district of Karnataka . Therefore sustainable agriculture development to provide food security & gainful self–employment is of prime importance. In the initial phase, villages have been identified and a rapport developed with the communities through family visits, workshops and formation of community development committees. Awareness is also given about various government programs, schemes and acts such as Recognition of Forest Rights Act (RoFR Act), housing pattas, ration cards, election I.D, pension, senior citizen cards, monthly pension for widows, and mentally retarded people etc.Major emphasis was on strengthening people based organizations with a view to enabling them to understand their rights and to avail the existing government resources/services to improve their quality of life.

Self Employment Training, I.D. courses, Sanskrit Speaking classes, Free Ayurveda Medical and Dental Check up Camps,Legal awareness camps have been arranged during the last four years. Personality Development Camps for more than 80 students of schools and colleges are being arranged.

Health Care:

Unlike the big cities and towns, people who live in villages struggle for quick and easy access to good healthcare. People also lack knowledge and awareness vital to taking care of the health of their children and families. Ambulance in order to give service to the maternity and other sick patients (For carrying to the nearest hospital) staying within 35 km of surrounding area from Bangaramakki, a new Ambulance has been purchased and is ready for service.

Amrutahadhara Goshala:

Cows are not mere animals. They are divine livings. As per ancient Hindu concept all the gods are residing in the body of a cow. Thus the cow is worshiped as Goddess. Taking this in to mind Dharmadhikari Shree Maruthi Gurujee has set up a Goshala by name “Amruthadhara Goshala”.

Providing aids and appliances for disables

Disability ratio in india is 1:66. Every person among 66 are disable or differentially able in india. Kshetra is doing the work of identifying their strength and providing them the facility to overcome their disability and improve their life. providing the aids and appliances is one among them.