Anadi Seva Prakalp was formed with the main objective to organize, develop capabilities in rural poor people of and community to improve their position in the society through economic activities. The major aspect of society is the empowerment of women through economic generation activities. It is to support underprivileged and deprived children with proper protection, education, and training so that their dignity may be valued.
Anadi Seva Prakalp is working in the field of rural development & society welfare in the slum of urban and backward areas especially to uplift the socio-economic condition of neglected impecunious and weaker sections of the community. It places a strong emphasis on poor women & children who suffer the burnt of Economic, Social, and Culture deprivation. Our mission is to take care of senior citizens left to fend for themselves. Through Anadi Vridh Seva Sadan, we are providing complete residential accommodation, food and provide for the total healthcare needs of the senior citizens. And in order to sustain the senior citizen’s home, we run Anadi Farms And Godham, which sells organic farm products and dairy products.
President – Anadi Seva Prakalp
Youth Leader, Social Activist & Environmentalist
Pranavendra Narayan Shukla was born in Pasighat, Arunachal Pradesh on 24th December 1975.
The son of a successful professor and political activist Dr.Surya Pal Shukla, Pranav received a good education and decided to pursue Medicine after completion of middle school. However, after spending 25 days in the medical college he finally dropped out of Medicine to pursue a career in Fashion Designing. There was no financial support from the family since it was against their wish. An MBA in Marketing from Symbiosis Institute of Management Studies, Pune, and a graduate in Fashion Designing with two decades of corporate Experience
While he was pursuing a degree in Fashion Designing a strange incident happened which ultimately was the turning point in his life. On one such wintery evening, while Pranav was returning from his college, he reached Okhla station to board a train. While walking on the station, his eyes fell upon an old man, shabbily dressed, sitting in one corner of the platform and shivering in the chilled weather. Pranav was wearing his most favorite jacket which he had bought with all the money he had saved.
Pranav had decided by that time that once he becomes independent, he would contribute towards the wellbeing of the elderly.
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Old Age Home
Aging of the physical body is a core value of nature but aging of the mind is nature of the core value prevalent in our society. Nobody can stop the aging process of the physical body. But it is possible to keep the mind agile and active to a great extent. The real problem of old age comes in living isolated. As part of a family with a supportive spouse, helpful children, playful grandchildren, life could be stress-free and mind agile. A retirement date puts someone under great stress owing to uncertainties about the future. But it is the beginning of a new life. The second life begins after retirement. But with the genesis of nuclear families, higher cost of living, and very high cost of medication in case of old age, the second life becomes a misery for many. This is the reflection of degrading values in our society. Old age is not an accident of life. It is an unavoidable incident of life. One must formulate the art of remaining busy in style, without the stress on your body and mind. Yes, life is a joke worth laughing at, Life is a comedy for those who have the appetite for it yet life is miserable post-retirement for those who are not ready to embrace it. Life becomes miserable if elderly people do not have the right to basic age care facilities, social security, physical safety & mental security amongst other basic amenities.
Anadi Seva Prakalp is working in the field of rural development & society welfare in the slug of urban and backward areas especially to uplift the socio-economic condition neglected impecunious and weaker section of the community. It places a strong emphasis on poor women & children who suffer the burnt of Economic, Social, and Culture deprivation.
Mr.Pranav started the Godham (Diary Farm) in the year 2009 with the introduction of 2 cows. He personally took care of feeding the Cows, bathing them, milking and cleaning their sheds every day. Today Anadi Godham has 138 Indian Gir breed cows.
Anadi leased a land of 5 Acres in the villages of Pali in order to initiate Organic farming effortsin the vicinity of the
Old Age Home in May 2015.
The practices involve use of bio-compost, cow-dung and cow’s urine as a fertilizer and to restore and maintain soil
nutrients. We have been able to reap produce in a particular crop cycle which includes multi-cropping of cereals, vegetables
and other horticultural produce, for the entire year. The concept of symbiotic synergism of one crop to the next was
also kept in mind while following the multi-crop cycle during the year.