Manav Mandir Gurukul

Manav Mandir Gurukul

(A home for destitute and orphan children)

About Images

Manav Mandir is an institution conceived by Acharya Sri Roop Chandraji Maharaj and is devoted to Sadhana (discipline) and Seva (service). In the direction of bringing a new era and providing real education to the needy section of the society, a Gurukul was started on Mahavir Jayanti Day in 1993 in the temple building, in Roop Vihar, New Delhi, for destitute and orphan children.

The Children are provided with the following amenities:-

  1. Comfortable Accommodation
  2. Education for underprivileged children
  3. Proper Diet & Nutrition
  4. Provide holistic development approach (emotional, physical, psychological and social) for a healthy lifestyle amongst children
  5. Recreational Activities like Painting, Sports and T.V. etc.
  6. Well Maintained Digital library
  7. Educational Aids like Computers etc.
  8. Clothing
  9. Outings/Educational Tour
  10. Regular Health Check-ups


we require sponsorship and financial support for all round development of Children sponsoring meals/uniforms.

Our Appeal

You can contribute to our mission by:-

  1. sponsoring destitute children-->Sponsoring the cost of the school books for the session 2018-19
  2. Constructing cottage-->Sponsoring the school dresses for the session 2018-19
  3. Provide vehicle for the organization-->Sponsoring school related items like bags,tiffins etc.

You can also donate raw materials like pulses,cereals,floors etc.

Child Welfare: Manav Mandir Gurukul – An Orphanage

This is the name of the orphanage which is run by the Trust’s Delhi center for the above said purpose of the trust. It is taking care of orphans. Children are being brought up and are being provided education along with other requirements ranging from food, clothes, shelter and books are taken care off. At present the total strength of children at Gurukul’s orphanage is 36. Out of the total strength of 36 children, 29 are boys and 7 are girls ranging in the age group from 7 to 23. Separate accommodation building is provided by the trust for accommodating boys and girls. Children are sent to SARASWATI BAL MANDIR, a Senior Secondary School of the CBSE Board in Nehru Nagar, Ring Road, New Delhi. A bus is arranged by the trust for ferrying children to and fro from Ashram (Trust premise) to school.

Tutors are appointed by the trust that comes daily to the trust premises for helping students prepare for their school and assist them in completing their school work along with preparing them for exams.

A full time staff of 10 persons and around 30 volunteers are looking after Gurukul’s activities. Trust also organizes cultural events for its’ Gurukul kids and also for rural masses time to time.

Workshops are being organised on a regular basis so that children have more information and learn skills E.g. - workshop on career counselling, health and nutrition have been organised.

About Images

Mangal Path by Acharya Shri Roopchandra ji Maharaj

About Images

Gurukul Children at the Independence Day Occassion

Manav Mandir Mission Trust

Manav Mandir Mission Trust Foundation was laid on the 3rd of November, 1989 by Shri. Roop Chandra ji Maharaj. It is a non-profit public charitable trust registered (Ludhiana, Punjab) under the Indian Trust Act under Section (42) on 3rd November 1989.

A total of seven persons are the trustees of the trust which includes the founder president himself. Six persons were nominated by the founder president as the trustees to assist him in the running of the trust.

The underlying principles of Manav Mandir Mission Trust are to promote Education, Global peace, Health, Spiritualism and Vegetarianism. The areas of the activities regulated by the trust to promote its principles can be broadly divided into the following four categories:-

  1. Health related.
  2. Welfare of under privileged people (children and women in particular).
  3. Animal Welfare.
  4. Publication.
About Images

People attending a free camp organized by Trust

Manav Mandir Hissar is fully dedicated to the upliftment of poor and needy women. The centre runs a training centre for training women in sewing and stitiching clothes. A formal training spanning from 1 month course to 4 month course is imparted free of cost to the females and thereafter upon successful completion of the training course, a hand sewing machine is gifted to every women towards help to assist them in standing over their own feet.

About Images

Manav Mandir Mission Trust’s Hissar Building

All the activities of the above mentioned three areas are coordinated by the trust from the following three centres:-

01. Manav Mandir

KH - 57, Jain Mandir, Sarai Kale Khan,

Ring Road, Behind Indian Oil Petrol Pump,

New Delhi 110 013.

Tel. No.: 011 – 26327911,    011 – 26320000

Director: Sadhvi Samta Shri ( Health related services)

Mob. No. +91 99 99 609878

Director: Yogi Arun Tiwari (Welfare related services)

Mob. No. +91 98 68 990099

02. Manav Mandir

Chota Bazar, Near Hindu Mahasabha School

Sunam Punjab

Director: Sadhvi Kanak lata Ji

Mob. No. +91 93 12 198130

03. Manav Mandir

Prem Nagar, Hissar, Haryana

Director: Sadhvi Kanak lata Ji

Mob. No. +91 93 12 198130

In addition to the above mentioned three locations the trust also networks with other organizations to spread its reach for serving society.



The trust requires money to run its various activities. For this purpose trust gets donation from various donors from India and abroad. All the donations coming to trust are exempted from tax under 80 G. All donations coming from abroad is also exempted from Tax under FCRA. A separate balance sheet is prepared for the entire donation coming from abroad. Other than them there are numerous donors whose contribution helps in running the activities of trust.

Manav Mandir Mission Trust however has generated its own source of Income generation for smooth running of the activities of the trust along with taking up expansion plans.