The community that gave its heart and soul to the Independence of India while being connected to the culture and religion. Britishers had designed the laws in a way that these 52 castes/communities are left with zero importance in society. They had to fight the battle of survival almost every day. They kept on wandering in the process. The whole country got its freedom on 15th August 1947 but for them, the battle continued two more years.
This led to them being deprived of education, language, and culture in society. VICHARTI JATI VIKAS SEVA SANSTHAN has been working for the growth of these castes for the last 10 years.
As a voluntary organisation, we are working day and night to create a pedestal for these deprived people of society. Our main focus is on their growth and development through access to education, proper healthcare facilities, skill development programs, and cultural knowledge. We are also spreading awareness through various programs that promote plantations. To uplift the women, we are equipping them with the skills of "kashidakari" intending to make them independent.
Our aim is to conserve and protect these communities by spreading awareness about their culture through the biographies and autobiographies of the saints, independence leaders, freedom fighters, and legends of their own community. We are also working in the direction of how their language and culture can be preserved.