About Roop Rekha

Roop Rekha ( A Monthly Magazine ) is a unit of Manav Mandir Mission Trust.


This section of the activities of the trust is aimed at promoting the values and principles of the trust exclusively. Trust is coming out with a monthly magazine named – Roop Rekha since 1998. It is circulated exclusively free of cost in country as well as out of the country to the members associated with the trust. Today over 6,000 subscribers are receiving the magazine absolutely free of cost every month. Articles by critics in the areas of spiritualism and health along with news of the peace movements by its founder member across the world form the content of this magazine every month. This activity is exclusively governed from the Delhi center of the trust. Manav Mandir Mission Trust foundation was laid on the 3rd of November, 1989 by Shri. Roop Chandra ji Maharaj. It is a non-profit public cheritable trust registered (Ludhiana, Panjab) under the Indian Trust Act under Section (42) on 3rd November 1989.


Manav Mandir Mission Trust foundation was laid on the 3rd of November, 1989 by Shri. Roop Chandra ji Maharaj. It is a non-profit public cheritable trust registered (Ludhiana, Panjab) under the Indian Trust Act under Section (42) on 3rd November 1989.

Welfare of underprivileged

All the three centers of the trust are actively involved in the welfare related work for the under privilege masses of the society. Multiple donation camps have been organized by the trust centers in their respective cities from time to time. Essentials which include food and clothes along with stationary for poor kids, utensils for poor people forms part of distribution items time to time by the trust.

Sadhvi from trust serving food to poor people after a fire incident in their locality

Trust Staff distributing Stationary and Fruits to Poor Kids

In addition to this trust also organises camps time to time for recreation of the underprivileged masses especially over different festivals.

Magic show being organized by Sunam branch of the trust

Child Welfare: Gurukul – An Orphanage

This is the name of the orphanage which is run by the Trust’s Delhi center for the above said purpose of the trust. It is taking care of orphans. Children are being brought up and are being provided free education along with complete requirements ranging from food, clothes, shelter and books. At present the total strength of children at Gurukul’s orphanage is 25. Out of the total strength of 25 children, 17 are guys and 8 are girl ranging in the age group from 4 to 18. Separate accommodation building is provided by the trust for accommodating guys and girls.

Children are sent to SARASWATI BAL MANDIR, a Senior Secondary School of the CBSE Board in Nehru Nagar, Ring Road, New Delhi. A bus is arranged by the trust for ferrying children to and fro from Ashram (Trust premise) to school.

A teacher is appointed by the trust that comes daily to the trust premises for helping students prepare for their school study and assist them in completing their school work along with preparing them for exams.
A full time staff of 10 persons and around 30 volunteers are looking after Gurukul’s activities. Trust also organizes cultural events for its’ Gurukul kids and also for rural massage time to time.

Shri Roop Chand ji Maharaj Anchoring Inter School Debate Competition

Gurukul Children at the Republic Day Occassion

Women Welfare

Manav Mandir Mission Trust’s Delhi branchhas gone beyond normal welfare activities for women which comprise helping them in monetary and in kind terms. It has helped in family settlement of its children also. A total of three females who were part of Gurukul earlier were married after they became adults, through the efforts and expenses of the trust.

First was Ms. Kanchan who was married in the year 2003. She is now with her husband in Hapur.
Second was Ms. Shobha who was married in the year 2005 and she was married to Mr. Pushpender from Bulandshahar. Mr. Pushpender was absorbed as employee later by the trust when he was without job. This was done as a gesture to help Ms. Shobha and her family.
Third was Ms. Mamta who was married in the year 2007. She is now with her husband in Vallabhgarh.

Pictures of the marriage of Ms. Shobha

Animal Welfare

Earlier Manav Mandir Delhi branch was maintaining a Gaushala (Cow Shelter) taking care of cows but owing to Delhi government’s regulations for shifting animal husbandry out of city limits the trust could not take up strides in the effort. Earlier a total of 30 cows were taken care of by the trust but (due to the govt. regulations) now only 5 cows are kept at the trust’s premise and they are being taken care nicely in the center. Milk from the five cows is being used for Gurukul’s kids diet.
Apart from cows, a total of 5 dogs are also taken care of by the trust in their Delhi branch.

Gaushala at Trust Delhi Chapter

Mauritian Guy at MMTC Delhi in Gaushala

Manav Mandir Hissar

Manav Mandir Hissar is fully dedicated to the upliftment of poor and needy women. The centre runs a training centre for training women in sewing and stitiching clothes. A formal training spanning from 1 month course to 4 month course is imparted free of cost to the females and thereafter upon successful completion of the training course, a hand sewing machine is gifted to every women towards help to assist them in standing over their own feet.

Manav Mandir Mission Trust’s Hissar Building

People being attended at free camp organized by Trust

Overseas Operations

The trust did not limit its operations in India and made an attempt to spread the principles and activities beyond the country’s boundary. In this line the trust registered a foreign office with the under given name in America at the following address on 16th of October 1997 vide registration number 1464666-01.

International Manav Mandir Mission Trust
2343, River Valley
Dr. Missouri City
Texas, U.S.A.

Later on the trust spread its wings and started its operations overseas (on a minor scale) through the following persons who were part of the trust in India at some point of time in past.

Dr. Jose Abraham
42, Sillins Avenue
Redditch, Worcestershire
United Kingdom

Mr. Amit Nahata
1649, Richmond Street
United Kingdom

Mr. Awdesh Tiwari

Mr. Virendra Bharti Kothari
2111 Water Canyon CT
Texas 77077-1945

Mr. Mahendra Singh Daga
Allied M, Thai Co.
E.S.V. Building, II Floor
Mahasak Soi, Bangkok

Affiliated Branches

Amarpali Rashtriya Sewa Sanstha
B-4, II Floor
P.N.B. Colony, 8 Under Hill Road
Civil Line
Delhi – 110007

Art and Rural Development Society
Flat Number 314 & 315, Tower One
Mount Kailash
Sant Nagar
New Delhi

International Human Rights Organisation
KH-57, Jain Ashram
Ring Road, Sarai Kale Khan
New Delhi – 110013

International Human Rights Organisation
KH-57, Jain Ashram
Ring Road, Sarai Kale Khan
New Delhi – 110013

Manas Yog Sansthan
Siddharth Extn.
New Delhi – 110014

Marudhar Mahila Shiksha Niketan

Natural Progressive for Educational
Development Society
Plot No. 33, Phase III
Village Madanpur
Dabas, Bhagya Vihar Extn.
Delhi – 110081

Pragatisheel Kalyankari Sansthan
Block A-3, H. No. – 24
Nand Nagri
Delhi – 110093

Samarpan Care
BR 63 B, Shalimar Bagh
New Delhi – 110088

Sar Sadi Lal Charitable Trust
Samli, Uttar Pradesh
Managing Director : Mr. Rajat Lal

World Peace Yoga Peeth
Vasant Village
Near Hanuman Mandir
Vasant Enclave
New Delhi

Prominent Patrons ( Donors)


G.K. II, Delhi
Managing Director : R N Kasethia

Okhla, New Delhi
Chairman : Ms. Sajni Devi Bharatiya

Lions Club (Shakti)
New Delhi
Vidhyawadi, Rajasthan
Chairman : Mr. Sohan Raj Khanchi

Noida, Uttar Pradesh
Chairman : B.K. Modi

Sangroor, Panjabi

Faridabad, Haryana
Chairman : Manohar Lal Agarwal

T T INDUSTRIES Karol Bagh, Delhi
Chairman : Rikhab Chand Jain
A total of seven persons are the trustees of the trust which includes the founder president himself. Six persons were nominated by the founder president as the trustees to assist him in the running of the trust.

The underlying principles of Manav Mandir Mission Trust are to promote Education, Global peace, Health, Spiritualism and Vegetarianism. The areas of the activities regulated by the trust to promote its principles can be broadly divided into the following four categories :-
  1. Health related .
  2. Welfare of under privileged people (children and women in particular).
  3. Animal Welfare.
  4. Publication.

All the activities of the above mentioned three areas are coordinated by the trust from the following three centers :-

  1. Manav Mandir

    Jain Ashram, Ring Road

    Opposite Sarai Kale Khan ( I.S.B.T.)

    New Delhi – 110013

    Tel.: 011 – 26327911, 26315530

    Incharge : Sadhwi Samta Sri ( Health related services)

    Cell No. 9999609878

    Arun Tiwari ( Welfare related services)

    Cell No. 9811346904

  2. Manav Mandir

    Chota Bazar, Near Hindu Mahasabha School

    Sunam Panjab

    Tel. : 01676 - 23116

    Incharge : Sadhvi Chand Kumari, Cell No. 9350043973

  3. Manav Mandir

    Prem Nagar, Hissar, Haryana

    Tel.: 01662 – 271423

    Incharge: Sadhvi Kanak lata Cell No. 9312198130

In addition to the above mentioned three locations the trust also network with other organizations to spread its reach for serving society.

Trust Activities

SEVADHAM – A hospital run by Trust’s Delhi branch

This hospital earlier was running with the name of Muni Sri Roop Chand Naturopathy, Yoga and Ayurvedic center. Later on in the year 2007, the hospital expanded its operations and the name was changed to SEVA DHAM. The hospital is providing its services in Acupressure, Ayurvedic medicine, Naturopathy, and Physiotherapy. A dedicated staff of 17 full time employees is giving its services to the hospital.

The hospital provides many services:-

  • Ayurveda Panchkarma
    • Sirodhara
    • Kerala Ayurvedic Massage
    • Vasti
    • Potli Massage
  • Naturopathy
    • Herbal Steam Bath
    • Mud Therapy
    • Color Therapy
  • Physio Therapy
  • Yoga / Meditation
  • Acupressure
  • Acupuncture
  • Reflexology

Health related other services by Seva-Dham Hospital

Delhi center of the trust is very active in this field. It offers yoga and meditation as a facility for public in general and also for patients. The center has a big meditation and yoga hall and also has a lush green garden for yoga classes in the natural environment.
It offers yoga and meditation classes free of cost to massage. Many people from foreign countries have shown interest and have been benefited after taking classes and training over Ayurvedic Massage, Meditation and Yoga from trust’s experts. Apart from them people from the country also come for attending yoga and meditation classes from all walks of life.

People from foreign countries taking yoga training from Dr. Sohanveer Singh (Yoga Teacher)

Seva-Dham Hospital offers Free of cost Health Services

Seva-Dham Hospital and Lions Club New Delhi Organized one free Health checkup Camp

Hungarian Group taking Medication Lesson in Trust Meditation Hall

Hungarian group which took training over Yoga, Ayurvedic Massage and Meditation

Ms. Christina William from France receiving certificate after completing 3 month course on Yoga and Ayurveda at Delhi Branch of Trust

The center has also been organizing numerous free health checks up camps time to time in South as well as Central Delhi. Along with free health check up, free medicines are being distributed in these camps.

Dr. Rajeev Shankar attending a lady who visited the free camp of the trust

Similar activities are also taken up by the Hissar and Sunam branches of the trust also time to time. Hissar chapter even runs a homeopathic clinic which provides free treatment to the massage.

Doctor at Homeopathic clinic run by Hissar Branch



The trust requires money to run its various activities. For this purpose trust gets donation from various donors from India and abroad both. All the donations coming to trust are exempted from tax under 80 G. All donations coming from abroad is also exempted from Tax under FCRA. A separate balance sheet is prepared for the entire donation coming from abroad.

Other than them there are numerous donors whose contribution helps in running the activities of trust.

Manav Mandir Mission Trust however has generated its own source of income generation for smooth running of the activities of the trust along with taking up expansion plans.

Services to Corporate Sector

The trust has given its services to various corporate clients in the form of conducting numerous workshops over yoga by its own staff persons. This has generated revenue for the trust. Some of the clients which have been provided services by the trust include names like :-
  1. Kribhco
  2. Max New York Life
  3. Nafed
  4. Nhpc
  5. Ntpc
  6. Power Grid

Manav Mandir Mission Trust has given it's services to National Power Training Institute


Another way whereby the trust is generating resources and revenue is through its hospital – Seva Dham. Although the trust organizes many health check up camps and medicines distribution camps for poor people, it also utilizes services of the hospital in generating funds for its activities by offering specialized services at very nominal charges from well to do clientele which includes both Indian and foreign clients.


Health Camp and distribution of
Homeopathic Medicines January 2006
Jain Mandir
Darya Ganj

Health Check up Camp
June 2006
Ansari Road
Darya Ganj

Free Health Check up camp
December 2006
Lala Salek Chand
Ansari Road

Blood Donation Camp
May 2007
Vinod Kr. Gupta
3569, Gali Jhan Singh
Sita Ram Bazar
New Delhi – 110 006

Free Health Check up and
Medicines Distribution Camp June 2007
Shri Anand Prasad Sharma
Makan Number 2748
Flat Number 105
Arya Samaj Gali
Sita Ram Bazar
Delhi – 110 006

Free Health Check up and Medicines Distribution Camp
December 2007
Shri Major Singh, C – 155 / 2 Mulani Dhadha, Paharganj
New Delhi – 110 055