Shri Baldedas Charitable Trust's Manav Parivar
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Manav Parivar is devoted to social reform and for the betterment of disadvantaged people of our society. The members of Manav Parivar come from all walks of life: industrialists, businessmen, doctors, engineers, lawyers, educated, uneducated, rich or poor, regardless of their faith in religion.

The message of "Manav Parivar" is that a human becomes "the human" in real sense of humanity by developing, understanding and experiencing the quality of life. The basic needs, materialistic (food, medicines, clothes, education, etc.) as well as spiritual for social prosperity are attempted to provide by Manav Parivar.
About Baldevdas Charitable Trust & Manav Parivar

Shri Baldevdas Charitable Trust was founded almost four decades ago and subsequently registered in 1968 as an established charitable organization. The fundamental principles relate to social welfare so as to meet our obligation to assist the needy families of society socially, physically, spiritually, mentally and economically

The strong cultural belief remains that all humans regardless of race, creed, caste, religion, language etc. who are unable to help themselves should be looked after by social organization. In order to take care of such extensive activities, Shri Baldevdas Charitable Trust sponsored and created a wing of volunteer's team which is known as "MANAV PARIVAR" based in Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India and also in Pennsylvania, USA.

Our Source of Inspiration

Whatever we are today, is solely due to the inspiration we have derived from Shri Baldevdasji. He was a man among men. A simple, yet great man – who had no airs. He led an exemplary life dedicated to the service of Mankind. People came to him to discuss their problems, confident that he would provide some workable solution.

Shri Baldevdasji’s guiding principles continue to light our path in this often dark and dreary world, as we attempt to lighten the load of others. His message to the world was:

"Live simply, practice self-restraint, shun praise, care for Man and Nature, and make yourself as useful as possible to others. But in fulfilling your social obligations, do not forget your obligation to your Soul – the very root of all Creation. You will not attain God by running away from the world – because the world itself is God!"