Social Responsibility

Projects

Chameli Devi Yog Kendra

Indore, Madhya Pradesh

Chameli Devi Yog Kendra is a flagship Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) project, implemented by the Balaji Sewarth Foundation, with a vision to preserve Indian traditional practices of Yoga and make them accessible to modern society. The Kendra will focus on assisting individuals to make more healthy lifestyle choices regarding their physical, mental, and spiritual practices and habits. Through our Kendra’s, will provide knowledge, guidance, and support to those who are looking to make positive changes in their diets and lifestyles. Currently, four centres have been opened, with plans to open more in each area of Indore, Madhya Pradesh, and eventually across the country. For more details visit: - https://chamelideviyogkendra.org .

Key Facts

Yog Centre offering service free of cost on regular basis.

Training from certified & professional Yoga Trainers.

Occasionally organize Mega Yog Shivirs/Camps.

Chameli Devi Agarwal Red Cross Blood Bank & Diagnostic Centre

Indore, Madhya Pradesh

Chameli Devi Agarwal Red Cross Blood Bank & Diagnostic Centre is one of the largest blood banks in the state of Madhya Pradesh catering to the blood needs of the city and state at large. It also encompasses a diagnostic centre and a fully equipped high tech pathology with a gamut of blood tests. The centre aims to provide medical tests, consultations and health check ups at concessional rates.

The Foundation built the Chameli Devi Agarwal Red Cross Blood Bank & Diagnostic Centre and partnered with Apollo Hospitals to handle the operations of the hospital. Services offered at the centre include, but are not limited to ECG, Xray, Blood and urine tests, TMT, etc.

Key Facts

Largest Blood Bank In Madhya Pradesh

High Tech Pathology Lab

Provides Tests And Services At Concessional Rates

Chameli Devi Agarwal Medical Centre

Indore, Madhya Pradesh

The Madhav Srishti Chameli Devi Agarwal Medical Centre was established with the objective of providing complete medical facilities to each section of society. It is a well known fact that people from various neighbouring towns and villages come to Indore for medical services that are otherwise unavailable to them. However, even upon their arrival, they have little knowledge as to who to consult with and how to get the best treatment. Unfortunately, the biggest problem yet awaits as these procedures turn out to be extremely expensive and beyond affordable. Each year, 55 million people in India are pushed below the poverty line owing to their inability to pay medical bills.

The Medical Centre was thus set up to aid with this pervading issue. The idea was to provide all ancillary services rather than that of a hospital. The Centre has been constructed on 1 lakh square feet with a few facilities still under construction. It offers a multitude of services at subsidised rates to people belonging to all walks of life, especially the underprivileged. It comprises an OPD with 2 sitting doctors and a visiting gynaecologist, a Pathology lab and a sample collection centre that provides its services at subsidised prices, a yoga training centre that offers free sessions from 6am to 7am everyday as well as the Pradhan Mantri Jan Aushadi Kendra that sells medicines at nominal rates. Moreover, the Medical Centre also includes a Physiotherapy centre, a Radiology section, a 24 hour ambulance service, the Ayushman Bharat Consultation Centre and a Dialysis centre that conducts dialyses at only Rs.500 as opposed to Rs.2500 that is the minimum charge elsewhere.

The Madhav Srishti Chameli Devi Agarwal Medical Centre is currently working towards building an OPD offering all types of consultations with various doctors (orthopaedic, psychiatrist, endocrinologist, cardiologist, dermatologist, paediatrician, gastrologist, neurologist, urologist, nephrologist, dentist and ophthalmologist). A 100 room facility is also being set up in order to provide food and lodging to patients and their families at extremely subsidised rates, thereby reducing their expenses and providing healthcare to every person who needs it.

Key Facts

Medical Centre Offering Services At Extremely Affordable Rates

Bridging The Gap In Access To Sound Healthcare

1 Lakh Square Foot Hospital And 100 Room Facility For Patients And Their Families

Sankara Eye Hospital

Indore, Madhya Pradesh

Sankara Eye Centre, Indore is designed to deliver super specialty yet affordable eyecare treatments relating, but not limited to cataract, cornea, retina, glaucoma, paediatric ophthalmology and diabetic retinopathy to both the rural and urban people of Indore, Madhya Pradesh. It also plays a significant role in performing outreach programs in the rural areas of the state.

Key Facts

Eye Centre In Indore

Offers Numerous Eye-Care Treatments

Conducts Outreach Programs In The Rural Areas Of Madhya Pradesh

Chameli Devi Agarwal Gau Chikitsalaya

Salasar Dham, Rajasthan

Chameli Devi Agarwal Gau Chikitsalaya constitutes a veterinary hospital as well as a cow shelter in Salasar Dham, Rajasthan.

The veterinary hospital is the first of its kind in Salasar and its neighbouring towns. It is fully equipped with excellent infrastructure and an extremely qualified team of highly experienced veterinarians, nurses, doctors and surgeons. The hospital also has several facilities including an OPD, ICU, IPD, Pathology laboratory, X-Ray machines and a hydraulic ambulance, to name a few. Originally built to cater primarily to the cows, the hospital now treats all kinds of animals and birds as it is the only veterinary hospital in the city. The hydraulic ambulance has been a big boon to the entire city as it has made transporting the injured animals painless. The hospital treats and provides shelter to the injured birds and animals until they’re fully recovered.

The cow shelter harbours over 1600 cows. With great and constantly developing infrastructure, the Gaushala is a haven for cows. They are well fed and taken care of with extraordinary care and attention. Any cow that falls ill or gets injured is treated in the veterinary hospital attached to the Gaushala. It is the only animal shelter in the world which has so many facilities for its residents. Keeping in view the heat in Rajasthan, the shelter installed big fogging cooling systems which spray mist on the cows every 30-40 seconds in order to help them survive the hot weather and stay comfortable. The water fed to the cows in filtered in the RO plant installed in the shelter. There are hydroponic machines set up in the Gaushala which provide organic fodder to the cows and help them stay healthy. Moreover, the devotees of Lord Balaji come and conduct rituals at the Gaushala and feed the cows with their own hands. There are over 40 CCTV cameras installed to keep and eye and make sure each cow is being treated well at the shelter. The Gaushala has become a huge tourist attraction as well and receives a lot of love from the devotees of Lord Balaji.

Key Facts

First Veterinary Hospital in Salasar with a hydraulic ambulance

The Cow Shelter Looks After Over 1600 Cows

First Cow Shelter In The World With So Many Facilities For Cows

Big Tourist Attraction in Salasar

Lala Ramkumar Aushadhalaya

Salasar Dham, Rajasthan

Lala Ram Kumar Aushdhalaya located in Salasar, Rajasthan is a homeopathy hospital and pilgrimage shelter. It is highly equipped with great infrastructure. The pilgrimage shelter is a beautiful building with spacious and immaculate rooms and a large courtyard. It receives guests from all over the world who come to worship Lord Balaji. The clinic has a highly qualified team of doctors and staff who help cure the illnesses of the people of Salasar and neighbouring towns using Homeopathy. There are several doctors’ chambers, treatment rooms, a large waiting area as well as an in-house medical store. Moreover, the diagnoses are carried out at a nominal cost of Rs.5.

Key Facts

Homeopathy hospital and pilgrimage shelter in Salasar, Rajasthan

Highly Qualified Team Of Doctors

Diagnoses Carried Out At Nominal Cost Of Rs. 5

Balaji Sewarth Vinod Agarwal Foundation Blood Bank And Skill Development Centre

New Delhi

The construction of the 80,000 sq. ft. Marwari Yuva Bhavan is currently being carried out in New Delhi by Marwari Yuva Manch. The Bhawan will comprise hostel facilities for both male and female students, a student counselling centre, a Cancer screening centre, an artificial limb implant centre, and an auditorium, among other things. Balaji Sewarth Vinod Agarwal Foundation has bestowed a Blood bank as well as a Skill Development Centre to the Bhawan, which is proposed to be completed by the year 2022. The blood bank, which will be almost 2,000 sq. ft., will be named Balaji Sewarth Vinod Agarwal Foundation Blood Bank and it will be the largest in the area. It will collect 6,000 units of blood in its first year of incorporation and will gradually collect 12,000 units of blood annually from the second year onwards. The blood bank will ensure voluntary blood donation and bridge the gap between the donors and the recipients. It will be constructed with world class high-tech facilities and equipment. The skill development centre will be named Balaji Sewarth Vinod Agarwal Foundation Skill Development Centre. It will be built over 1,200 sq. ft. The Skill Development Centre in the Bhavan will be one of its kind - it will not only help create and improve employment opportunities for young boys and girls from less privileged backgrounds but also enhance income generation opportunities for sustainable livelihoods through skill training and the overall development of youth. The Center will offer Business education and a personality development training program that will help develop entrepreneurial skills in the beneficiaries.

Key Facts

Largest Blood Bank in the surrounding area

80,000 sq. ft. Bhavan with various facilities for youth

One-of-a-kind Skill Development Centre

Chameli Devi Group Of Institutions

Indore, Madhya Pradesh

“An investment in education pays the richest dividends.”

Inspired by the core values and principles of social, religious and spiritual causes, the Agarwal group resolved to dedicate itself to the highest level of social commitment in Madhya Pradesh and in the process established the Chameli Devi Group of Institutions, as a philanthropic initiative in the year 2006. The institute has been established by a great visionary, Shri Vinod Agarwal, the Chairman of CDGI.

Chameli Devi Group of Institutions with three institutes under its umbrella as affiliations with prominent institutions and has won many awards. CDGI offers seventeen courses in the fields of Engineering, IT, Management, Science, Commerce and Banking as well as Pharmacy, totalling to eight degrees.

Within a short span of decade and a half, CDGI has carved a niche for itself in the fields of Engineering as well as Management Education and ranks among the top five institutions of Indore. CDGI stands tall and high among the crowd of professional institutes in Madhya Pradesh and has a strong reputation of being known for the discipline, sincerity, regularity, and academic excellence of its staff and students.

The campus is located amidst lush green surroundings on Khandwa Road with a sprawling campus nested in 12 acres. The aesthetically built Institute has a very spacious built up area of approximately 3 lakh sq. ft.

Key Facts

  • 3000+ Students

  • Consists of Chameli Devi School of Engineering, Chameli Devi Institute of Pharmacy and Chameli Devi Institute of Professional Studies

State-of-the-art campus

Chameli Devi Agarwal Bhawan

Indore

The Chameli Devi Agarwal Bhawan is a new building being constructed by Balaji Sewarth Vinod Agarwal Foundation for educational purposes within the Bengali School and Club Campus in Indore. Shri Vinod Agarwal has always been a strong supporter of promoting education and believes that education is the most effective solution to the development and betterment of society.

The building will be built with an area of 15,000 square feet across three floors. It will comprise an administrative section, a computer laboratory, a library, an indoor games area, science laboratories as well as classrooms for children from first grade until twelfth grade.

The Bengali School and Club is an English medium school affiliated with the Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education. The school has received a lot of financial support, especially from its Bengali beneficiaries, so as to make quality education accessible to children from all sections of society, irrespective of income, caste or creed. The architect for Chameli Devi Agarwal Bhawan has thus drawn inspiration from Rabindranath Tagore’s Shanti Niketan in order to design this building. The facility will provide education all children from nursery to twelfth at nominal fees.

Key Facts

Building inspired by Rabindranath Tagore’s Shanti Niketan.

Providing quality education to all students at nominal rates.

Three storey building with specialized classrooms and various facilities.

Shri Annapurna Educational and Charitable Trust*

Indore

Shri Vinod Agarwal, Managing Director, Agarwal Coal Corporation Pvt. Limited Indore, is associated with the Trust as a Trustee, and has been contributing to the Trust for the past several years.

Brahmalin 108 Swami Prabhanand Giriji Maharaj used to think that proper education is very necessary for nation building. To build a strong nation, education should be available to the last person of the society. To make this a reality, Swami Prabhanand Maharaj ji laid the foundation of Shri Devi Annapurna Higher Secondary School in the temple premises, in which education should be provided to the children of low income families and poor children. For the smooth functioning of the school, Shri Annapurna Educational and Charitable Trust was formed in the year 1987.

The school is run in two shifts from class I to class 12 at a very low (minimum) fee under the direction of Pandit Pujya Mahamandleshwar Swami Vishweshwaranand Giriji Maharaj and with the guidance and assistance of Shri Agarwal. At present 550 students are getting education. Commerce – Computer, Commerce – Mathematics, Commerce – Economic, Computer Lab, computer education is being provided to every student. Students are building their future by getting quality education. The students who came out of school are serving as doctors, engineers, lawyers, teachers and other high positions, providing their support in nation building.

Key Facts

The children of the low income families.

Primary class 1st to 12th at a very low (minimum) fee.

Quality education and guidance.

Chameli Devi Agarwal Sewa Sadan

Salasar Dham, Rajasthan

Chameli Devi Agarwal Sewa Sadan is a beautiful 120 room pilgrimage shelter in Salasar, Rajasthan. The largest guest house in the entire city, it provides food and lodging to travellers at minimal rates. Each room is equipped with its own attached bathroom as well amenities such as hot water, air conditioning, room service, housekeeping, etc. There is a restaurant that serves three meals a day to its guests. The Sewa Sadan also boasts a Community Hall that can accommodate up to 50 people. It is run by Jila Jind Salasar Dharmarth Samiti and it is only 600m from the Balaji Temple.

The Chameli Devi Agarwal Sewa Sadan helps in boosting tourism while also providing sustainable jobs and promoting the economy.

Key Facts

120 room pilgrimage shelter in Salasar, Rajasthan

Beautiful Community Hall for events

Multiple amenities at nominal rates

Chameli Devi Agarwal Sabha Graha Evam Udyan

Salasar Dham, Rajasthan

The Chameli Devi Agarwal Sabha Graha evam Udyan is a magnificent banquet hall with gorgeous gardens, rooms, a dormitory, a childrens’ park as well as a 61 feet tall statue of Shri Balaji. It hosts numerous weddings, conferences and events and is booked all year round. It helps boost tourism as well as the economy. The statue of Shri Balaji is a major tourist attraction in Salasar.

Key Facts

Magnificent Banquet Hall in Salasar, Rajasthan

Lush green gardens, Dormitory and a Children’s Park

61 foot statue of Lord Balaji that is a major tourist attraction

Chameli Devi Agarwal Annachetra Bhawan

Ujjain

Balaji Sewarth Vinod Agarwal Foundation has commenced construction of the Chameli Devi Agarwal Annachetra Bhawan. This Bhawan is being built for the convenience of devotees visiting the Mahakaleshwar temple in Ujjain hailing from all parts of India as well as abroad. A three-story structure with a ground worship area of 50,886 square feet will be constructed. The construction is expected be complete in a year. There will be seating arrangements for 3,000 devotees on the three levels of the edifice, as well as an exclusive air-conditioned dining area for 50 important members. There will be a provision for 15,000 people to receive Prasad offerings as well as pure and sattvik food. The Bhawan will also have lifts for ease in commuting, and the kitchen will have its own lift for the convenient transfer of raw materials. Upon completion, the foundation building will be handed over by Balaji Sewarth Vinod Agarwal Foundation to the Mahakaleshwar temple administration committee, which will monitor and operate the Annachetra Bhawan.

Key Facts

Seating arrangement for 3,000 devotees at a time

Provision for 15,000 people to receive Prasad in a day

3 storey building built over 50,886 sq. ft

Chameli Devi Agarwal Manglik Bhawan

Salasar Dham, Rajasthan

In the holy region of Salasar, Churu district in Rajasthan, with the blessings of Lord Hanuman, Balaji Sewarth Vinod Agarwal Foundation’s Managing trustee Mr. Vinod Agarwal will establish the Chameli Devi Agarwal Manglik Bhawan for the service of humanity and the society. The total construction area of this sanctified Bhawan would be 42,680 square feet. The Bhawan will consist of three floors along with an alluring terrace area, a lawn area, spacious parking, as well as a large kitchen. The ground floor will have a lavish hall which will be able to accommodate around 750 people. The other two floors will consist of a total of 28 fully furnished air-conditioned rooms including 4 lavish suite rooms. It will be located alongside our Chameli Devi Agarwal Sewa Sadan which in itself contains 125 rooms, thus making large social and cultural events possible with the availability of nearly 200 rooms. The Bhawan will be used for marriages, social functions, as well as cultural and religious events. A lavish green lawn with a capacity of 750 individuals will also be developed in the Bhawan premises. The construction will be completed in approximately 2 years. The sanctified Bhawan will also create avenues for employment and socio-economic growth in the region.

Key Facts

Arrangement of 1500 people for social gathering

28 fully furnished AC rooms and 4 suites

Spacious parking, lawn and kitchen

*Shri Annapurna Ashram Trust Indore*

Indore

Shri Vinod Agarwal, Managing Director, Agarwal Coal Corporation Pvt. Limited Indore, is associated with this trust as a trustee, and has been contributing to this temple since many years. Temples have been built on our land since ancient times. Maa Annapurna Temple has given Indore a distinct identity as a place of darshan and faith. There are many people in Indore Those who are associated with faith with Mata Annapurna. He has continuously experienced the grace of Mata Annapurna. The supreme devotee of Mata Annapurna, Brahmalin Swami Prabhananda Giriji Maharaj had visited this place in 1956. At that time this area was uninhabited and being very far from the city, there were only means of transport. Swamiji was always engaged in rituals and contentment. The construction of the temple was started in 1957 with the inspiration of Mata Annapurna and on 21st February 1959 the Deity of Mata Annapurna was established with all the ceremonies. The design of this temple is inspired by the Meenakshi temple located in Madurai, South India. The entrance of the temple supported by four elephants is a major point of attraction. The temple complex also includes the Veda Mandir, Bhairav ​​Temple, Kashi Vishwanath Temple and Kailasapati Temple. This incredibly idyllic, serene and well- designed setting fosters a sense of spiritual peace. Due to increase in day-to-day rush and lack of available space, devotees faced inconveniences on festivals like Navratri. Keeping this in mind, Shri Annapurna Ashram Trust Indore decided to renovate the temple under the leadership of Shri Agarwal. The new temple of Maa Annapurna is being built in an area of ​​6600 square feet and work is going on on it. Nagara style Makrana marble is being specially used in the construction of the new temple. The height of the temple will be 81 feet. Representations of deities are being carved in the temple. Upcoming plans- It has huge parking, Garden, Bhakta Niwas, Sant Niwas, Vedic Student Residence, extension of cowshed and Prasadalay facility will be available. ,

Key Facts

Built in an area of 6,600 square feet

Built in Nagara style with 50 Makrana marble pillars and an 81-foot shikara

The temple will be 110 feet tall and 55 feet wide.

Sri Annapurna Temple Trimbakeshwar

Trimbakeshwar

Shri Vinod Agarwal, Managing Director, Agarwal Coal Corporation Pvt. Limited Indore, is associated with the Trust as a Trustee, and has been contributing to the Trust for the past several years. Brahmalin Mahamandaleshwar 108 Swami Prabhananda Giriji Maharaj expressed his wish to Swami Vishweshwarananda Giriji during the Sri Kshetra Trimbakeshwar Yatra that a temple of Goddess Mother Annapurna should be built on the banks of Godavari, Swami Prabhanand Giriji Maharaj died on 14 January 1990. Swami Vishweshwaranand Giriji remembered Guruji's last wish. First of all, Shri Siddhapeeth established Annapurna Ashram Charitable Trust on 20th March 1998 and established Shri Annapurna Ashram by worshiping the land at Nilparvat of Shri Trimbakeshwar. After the ashram was established, His Holiness Maharaj built a temple for the goddess Annapurna. Shubh Sahastra Chandi Mahayagya, the purification process, was conducted from 09 November 2000 to 16 November 2000 to purify the land on which the holiest temple was to be built. On 20 March 2002, the construction work of the temple of Mother Annapurna started with Bhoomi Pujan. The temple is constructed from 30,000 cubic feet of marble. The height of the summit of the temple is 71 feet. After the beautiful construction of the temple, under the guidance of Pandit Pujya Mahamandaleshwar Swami Vishweshwaranand Giriji Maharaj and in coordination with Shri Vinod Agarwal, a 10-day Lakshchandi Mahayagya and holy puja was organized from 18 February 2018 to 28 February 2018. Statues were made. On 21st February 2018, Panchadhatu of Mother Annapurna, Maa Gayatri and Maa Saraswati was established. , future plans 1 Construction of Gaushala. 2. Construction of Sanskrit School. 3. Opening the field.

Key Facts

The temple was to be built from 30,000 cubic feet of marble.

The height 71 feet.

The temple founded at Neelparvat.

Windmill Farms

In this era when the whole world is aiming at energy generation through non-conventional energy resources, the group has installed 7 MegaWatt wind power generation plants in Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu and Maharashtra with a view to promote the cause of environment protection and produce green energy.

Key Facts

  • Windmill farms in 4 states

  • 7 MegaWatt wind power generation

  • Promoting environmental protection and green energy

Solar Project

Indore, Madhya Pradesh

With the end goal of environmental conservation, the group has been aiming towards using renewable sources of energy and thus initiated a Solar Project. It has installed solar panels all across the roof tops of the Chameli Devi Group of Institutions and uses solar energy to power the entire campus.

Key Facts

Large solar panels set up in Indore, MP

Harnessing solar energy to power the entire campus of Chameli Devi Group of Institutions

Promoting environmental protection and green energy

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Current status of the Chameli Devi Agarwal Annakshetra Bhawan

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Current status of the Chameli Devi Agarwal Annakshetra Bhawan

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Current status of the Chameli Devi Agarwal Annakshetra Bhawan

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Current status of the Chameli Devi Agarwal Annakshetra Bhawan

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Current status of the Chameli Devi Agarwal Annakshetra Bhawan

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Current status of the Chameli Devi Agarwal Annakshetra Bhawan

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Current status of Chameli Devi Agarwal Mangalik Bhawan

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Current status of Chameli Devi Agarwal Mangalik Bhawan

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Current status of Chameli Devi Agarwal Mangalik Bhawan

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