Established in the year 1985, Bharatiya Jain Sanghatana (BJS) has been in the forefront of addressing national concerns in the areas of Disaster Response, Social Development and Educational Initiatives. Having its head office in Pune, BJS is a non-political, non-profit, professionally managed Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) with a nationwide footprint working towards the benefit of all.
The Event Was Held at the Palace of Westminster - House of Commons of the United Kingdom in London Where The Members of The Parliament are Invited to Speak. At The Event Shri Shantilal Muttha Honored with 'AHIMSA Awards 2018' by Lord Bourne, Minister of Department of Communities London.
October 18, 2018
House of Commons of The United Kingdom, London
After success completion of "Suljalam Sufalam Buldhana", BJS is now taking a progressive step ahead by starting this project at Latur and Osmanabad. Helping thousands of farmers in Maharashtra, to overcome drought issues and move towards a better life and great success.
September 30, 2018
Killari, Dist. Latur, Maharashtra
BJS seeks your support to make the dream of a drought-free Maharashtra come true, very soon. Every contribution, no matter how small, helps BJS continue machine support and reach out to more people. Donate now and become the catalyst of change.
For the smooth functioning of the project, Sujalam Suphalam Buldhana, a new office was started in Buldhana. The Inauguration of BJS Buldhana office was done by Union Min. Hon. Shri. Nitinji Gadkari (Min. of Road Transport and Highways) and CM of Maharashtra Shri. Devendraji Fadnavis.
BJS has purchased 134 JCB back hole loaders and excavators to initiate a path-breaking Drought Free Maharashtra Movement. These machines will help with successful and on-time project completion.
The Sujalam Suphalam - Buldhana project aims to empower the villages by increasing water storage capacity by 2 crore 50 lakh cubic meter, reaching 1 TMC (one thousand million cubic feet). It will also make fifty thousand acres of land fertile.
BJS has a long history of taking initiatives for drought relief. In 2013, BJS de-silted 117 water bodies in Beed using more than 90 JCBs/Poclains. A water capacity of 20 lakh cubic meters was created in one month. BJS has also successfully carried out relief, rescue and rehabilitation operations during many natural calamities.
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With its presence across length and breadth of the country, BJS today is truly a National Organization having its head-quarters at Pune.
Bharatiya Jain Sanghatana, Level 3, Muttha Chambers II, Senapati Bapat Marg,
Pune-411016 (Maharashtra), India
+91 20 66050220
Bharatiya Jain Sanghatana, Gandhi Bhavan, Jaistambh Square,
+91 8669645011 / +91 8669645012 / +91 8669645013