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22nd Jan 2011
Ranpakhara Ashram
As our social responsibilities, we visit every year to tribal areas with sarees...

15th Aug 2010
Harmony Foundation
On every Sunday between 10 am to 11 am we conduct the "Sanskar Shibir" in which we give...

22nd Jan 2011
Harmony Foundation
As our social responsibilities, we donate food grains and carpets for the student studying in the ashram.
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About Mandal

We the Sarvajanik Navaratra Utsav Mandal Trust, Kurla (west), Mumbai. Introduce ourselves as a leading Socioreligious Trust established since 1956. Our Trust is engaged in various social and religious activities & The primary activity is the Annual Sarvajanik Navaratra Utsav celebrations.

Sarvajanik Navaratra Utsav Mandal Trust, Kurla (west) decided to follow the same path and celebrate this festival with equal fervor. The initial celebrations were held with very meager resources. The dedication and spontaneity of the people in the area coupled with good faith reposed in the goddess has resulted in many miracles being experienced by her devotee.

This is our 3rd generation who continuously devoting ourselves in Durga Puja and Navaratri Utsav. During festival we organize rituals (Vidhi) as Hom-Havan & Maha Prasad.

Thousands of devotees rush to Sarvajanik Navaratra Utsav Mandal to offer prayers to Durga. Mandal has devotees from different religions including Christian, Sikh, Muslim etc. Mandal's Durga idol formally known as Gavdevi by local Christian community.

The navaratri celebrations of the Sarvajanik Navaratra Utsav Mandal Trust, Kurla With the blessings of the Deity Ambabai now renowned throughout the kurla. Seldom can one see traditional “Aartis” and religious pomp, being performed with hundreds of devotees witness to this unique spectacle. We are deeply obliged to the “Sevekari’s” and well wishers of the trust who have helped us time and again with their varied donations ?cash or kind.

The trust has time and again earmarked substantial portions of these donations for the upliftment and betterment of members. The trust sponsors various schemes like Educational assistance, Child development programme and sponsoring medical help to old age people.