Mahalakshmi Temple Charities
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Social Activities / Objects of the Trust
1. Relief to the Poor :
a. Scholarship Scholarship (One time payment on a yearly basis) is given to the poor Hindu students subject to fulfillment of certain requirements etc. As per the existing norms, the Scholarship is being given to successful students from 7th standard up to graduation as also for Diplomas/Degree courses in Engineering and Medical and Computer streams including B. Pharma, Information Technology etc. to those who secure 60% and above. The Hindu students residing in Mumbai/ Thane district or New Mumbai are eligible for scholarship on submission of required documents. The amount of scholarship per eligible Student ranges from Rs.1,000 to Rs.10,000/- Total amount of scholarship distributed is around Rs. 200,00,000/- (Rupees Two crore) every year.
b. Medical Relief It is in the form of Financial Assistance to the extent of Rs. 1000/- to Rs. 5000/- (maximum) per poor patient of any religion who take medical treatment in Govt. Hospitals, BMC Hospitals certain private charitable Hospitals in Mumbai/Pune. The total disbursements on this account is around Rs. 300,00,000/- (Rupees Three crore) every year.
2. Trust is running Free Medical Dispensaries in Mahalakshmi Temple precinct. This includes Allopathy, Ayurvedic and Homeopathy, eye check up etc. once a week. This Trust has a plan to set up Dental clinic, pathological Laboratory, dialysis centre etc. in future.
3. Trust is also giving Donations to the various educational religious and medical institutions in Maharashtra State and Non–Government Organizations in the Country and to Institutions who are extending help to the orphanages, handicapped, blind deaf and dumb and mentally retarded persons, old peoples homes etc.
4. Trust gives donations for Translating Books on Hindu religion and preferably of Shakti Cult in Marathi, Gujrati and Hindi languages.
5. Trust renders help to the people at the time of famine, draught, or other natural calamities.
  • Sunday, 26.08.2018
    Rakshabandhan, Narli Pournima
  • Sunday, 02.09.2018
    Shree Krishna Janmashtami
  • Thursday, 13.09.2018
    Shree Ganesh Chaturthi
  • Sunday, 16.09.2018
    Gauri Poojan
  • Monday, 17.09.2018
    Gauri – Ganapati Visarjan
  • Sunday, 23.09.2018
    Anant Chaturdashi
  • Tuesday, 25.09.2018
  • Wednesday, 10.10.2018
    Ashwin Navaratra 2018 Prarambha, Ghatstapna
  • Saturday, 13.10.2018
    Ashwin Navaratra 2018, Lalit Panchami
  • Wednesday, 17.10.2018
    Ashwin Navaratra 2018, Durgashtami – Havan
  • Thursday, 18.10.2018
    Ashwin Navaratra 2018, Vijaydashmi Dasara
  • Tuesday, 23.10.2018
    Kojagiri Pournima
  • Monday, 05.11.2018
    Diwali 2018, Dhanatrayodashi
  • Tuesday, 06.11.2018
    Diwali 2018, Narak Chaturdashi
  • Wednesday, 07.11.2018
    Diwali 2018, Laxmi Poojan
  • Thursday, 08.11.2018
    Diwali 2018, Balipratipada, Diwali Padwa
  • Friday, 09.11.2018
    Diwali 2018, Bhaubijh
  • Friday, 16.11.2018
  • Tuesday, 20.11.2018
    Tulsi Vivaha
  • Friday, 23.11.2018
    Tripurari Pournima, (Annakut 2018)
  • Saturday, 08.12.2018
    Dev Diwali
  • Saturday, 08.12.2018
    Margashirsh Month starts
  • Saturday, 15.12.2018
  • Saturday, 22.12.2018
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