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Be a partner in development of the Nation

Bharat Vikas Parishad is striving for the development of the Nation. You can also participate in this effort  by (a) becoming a member of Bharat Vikas Parishad, (b) enrolling yourself as a “Vikas Ratna” or “Vikas Mitra”  and (c)  donating for various sewa &  sanskar projects.

Donations to Bharat Vikas Parishad are eligible for income tax exemption under section 80-G of Income Tax Act. Donations may kindly be sent by cheque / demand draft in favour of Bharat Vikas Parishad, Bharat Vikas Bhawan, BD Block, Behind Power House, Pitampura, Delhi-110034.




Integrated Village Development
 Village Reports


    The Project

 List of Adopted Villages

    Project News


Apna Gaon 1 (2001): Khajjiar, Himachal Pradesh

Located at a height of 6500 feet above sea leveI.


Room added to the school building - team of workers


              Road to school being paved

 The following work has been 85% completed:

  • Construction of two rooms in high school

  • Construction of toilet-cum bath rooms in high school

  • Construction of boundary wall of primary school

  • Renovation of class rooms of primary school

  • Provision of uniforms to 450 students of high school

  • Construct and repair the road from main road to govt. high school

  • Provide complete bedding to 60 seniors

  • A vocational training center in the village

  • White washing/painting of the outer portions of the entire houses in the village

  • Provide dustbins in the streets of the village as well as lake surroundings

  • Construct and repair main streets of the village

  • Provide name of the owner and house number plates to all houses

  • Construct two water tanks for drinking water

  • Tree plantations

  • Construct two toilets in primary school

  • Provide 20 electric street poles with a provision of electric tubes/bulbs

  • Provide school uniforms to 45 children along with shoes and socks to the primary as
    well as high school students

           H.P. Government pleased with the work done and have volunteered to help.


Apna Gaon 2 (2002):  Dunera, Punjab

Village with 4500 people, surrounded by 30 smaller villages.


Room added to the school building - team of workers


         Primary school students waiting for guests

The following work has been 82% completed:

  • Toilet cum bath room complex at bus stand and installation of water hand pump

  • Construction of welcome gates

  • Distribution of Tulsi and rose plants to each household

  • Repair two rooms in the primary school building

  • Construct toilets in the primary school building

  • Construct one water tank in the primary school

  • Landscaping of school ground and plantation of trees, shrubs and seasonal flower plants

  • White washing of the primary school building

  • Provide school uniforms, school bags, shoes and socks to the students of the primary school

  • Construct and repair the existing approach road of the school and provide safety iron railing on both sides of the road

  • Construct one room in the Senior Secondary School of the village

  • White wash of the outside portion of houses of the entire village

  • Repair work of streets and also provision of drainage system

  • Cots and bedding given to 50 out of 100 seniors citizens

  • Repair the existing two rooms of the Sr. Sec. School (windows, doors and floor as well as white washing of the entire building)

  • Develop school  play ground as well as the landscaping 

  • Construct one water tank to provide drinking water to the villagers

  • Provide electric streetlights

  • Provide dustbins in the village

  •  Vocational training center in the village

MP has pledge Rs. 20 Lacs for vocational development


Apna Gaon 3 (2003): Sunder Nagar, Uttar Pradesh

Approximately 5000 people (900-1000 homes).

Street before

                             Street after

Village pond before

                           Village pond after

The following work has been 98% completed:

  • Two welcome gates on both sides of the village

  • Name plate on each house (name of the owner and house number)

  • Electric street light points

  • Tailoring center for girls

  • Construction of play grounds

  • Tulsi and rose plants pots to each house

  • Uniforms to students of Govt. primary/middle school

  • Cots and beds to senior citizens

  • Construction of lanes and sewers lines of the village

  • Sanitation both in the houses and streets has improved a great deal. No water stagnation

  • White wash, exterior of the houses.

  • Plant trees, shrubs, grass and different types of seasonal flowers

  • Dustbins in the streets to collect garbage

  • Facilities in the previously existing private school have improved a great deal with the help from a local philanthropist. There is an auditorium and a mini-stadium. There is also a stitching and sewing school for girls. All children have uniforms. Girls from the surrounding 10 villages come to this school

  • Govt. school has also been renovated now by the Govt. itself 

  • Upgrading of the village pond (retaining wall and landscaping)

  • Vocational center (sewing, medical and coaching center) and reading room especially for the ladies, students and unemployed folks of the village

  • Improved cremation ground near the village

  • Upgrading the temple facilities

         M.P. from the area has allocated Rs. 5 lakhs for the development of village's 

Apna Gaon 4 (2004): Eklaspur, Andhra Pradesh
Approximately 2000 people. Severe water shortage.

Welcome Arch


Water Tank


     Road repaired; drainage system to be finished

 The following work has been 84 % completed:

  • 3 water tanks (storing 2000 liters of water) with motors fixed, to ensure water availability round the clock

  • 60 individual toilets

  • 20 tubes fixed for street electric poles for better lighting

  • 200 trees planted

  • Paint exteriors of all houses

  • 5  water soak (recharge) pits to sustain and increase under ground water levels

  • Every house is provided with a plate with house number and the name of the owner

  • Vocational training center. A sewing center with 3 ordinary and 1 fashion maker sewing machine under the guidance of an expert instructor. Twenty ladies are availing this facility. Two batches have completed the course successfully and living on their own

  • All streets are provided with the names of prominent National/ Spiritual heroes. All such names are prominently displayed at every corner 

  • Two culverts are made for proper water drainage, in order to avoid water stagnation.

  • Welcome arches at the entrance of the village.

  • A medical clinic has been established. A qualified doctor from Narayanpet visits clinic twice a week. An average of 20-25 patients are availing this facility

  • A reading room provided with regular Telugu newspapers, spiritual and mythology books

  • Bedding kits containing blankets, bed sheets and spread are provided to 120 seniors

  • Awareness campaign for promoting education and preventing disease

  • Sanitation has improved both inside and outside the houses

  • Road conditions have improved. Roads are already leveled with Morum (red earth). Pucca (permanent) roads still to be done

  • There are drains on the side of roads.   Drains still to be covered with cement slabs

  • A pair of school uniforms, school bags, shoes, socks and 10 notebooks issued to students

Additional work has been completed which is not covered under the project:

  • Renovation of two temples and provision of Bhajan kits in each temple

  • Provision of sports kits for youth

  • A community hall to establish clinics, servicing center and other job oriented and  income generating activity

  • Construction of check dams for proper utility of water for cultivation

  • Income and employment generating activity

           MLA from the area has allocated R. 5.5 lakhs for a community centre.


Apna Gaon 5: 2005 Mohabbatpur, Haryana

Work started in August 2005.

Smt. Pratibha Devisingh Patil, President of India, awards "Nirmal Gram Purskar" to Mohabbatpur village, adopted by Bharat Vikas Parishad, on the 17th October, 2008 on attaining full sanitation coverage in households, schools, anganwadis and for outstanding contribution in promotion of rural sanitation.


 Construction in progress

Houses have been painted uniformly

Street lights (above) and Sewing School for ladies (below)

Inauguration of various projects

 The following work has been 90 % completed:

  • Two gates erected

  • 300 trees planted 

  • Sewing school for women

  • Installed 140 street lights

  • Exteriors of houses painted in uniform colour.

  • Name and number plate to each house

  • Tulsi plants in pots given to each house

  • 300 sweaters to school children

  • 20 beds given to seniors

  • Construction of public and personal toilets

  • Beautification of ponds

  • Provision of garbage cans

  • Cremation grounds upgraded


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