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Manch works within a well formulated philosophy designated as MANCH DARSHAN having five basic ingredients:

In nutshell the Philosophy may be explained this way:
Manch renders public service irrespective of caste, creed or religion and thus joins the process of nation building, which is its prime goal.
Manch emphasises on Social Reforms through Self-Reform. Implementation of this theory has got direct bearing on the Manch Goal.
Manch firmly believes in the theory that strength derives in a person through development of inherent qualities within one’s self; the community derives strength from that of the persons belonging to the community and the nation from the communities within it put together.
This theory is again directly related with the Manch goal.
Manch gives much importance to the concept of Self-discipline and Self-control while desiring Social-dignity and Self-security, which, if not directly, are definitely correlative indirectly and at the same time give equal weight to the Social-dignity and Self-security of others from each of whom it expects the same for itself.
Manch has chosen “National Development & Unity” as its prime goal, as no other alternative paves way for peaceful survival and glory amidst the community of nations on the globe.
Manch awards eminent persons for their distinguished achievements in the field of Social Service, Literature and Journalism / Art & Culture. Awards are given at the interval of three years in national conventions. Each of the award carries a RAJAT PATRA and Cash amount of Rs. 11,000/-
The awards have been captioned as under:
Literature: Bhanwarmal Singh Memorial Award.
Social Service: Ishwardas Jalan Award for Public Services.
Journalism / Art & Culture: Ram Manohar Lohia Award.
A brief out line of the programmes declared by All India Marwari Yuva Manch as NATIONAL PROGRAMMES is given below:
The Efforts of Manch for National Unity and Integrity began with “National Unity Rally” on 18th January, 1985 during the First National Convention of the Manch in the city of Guwahati, which received appreciation from all corners. The Second National Convention at Delhi also did not lag behind. Shanti Sadbhav Padyatra was organized on 9th April, 1988 which started from the convention site of Shah Auditorium and dispersed at Red Fort while on the way the participants were received by a large number of Sikh brothers at Shish Ganj Gurdwara, where the participants performed Sikh rituals and prayed for national integrity. The Third National Convention at Siliguri moved one step ahead with the declaration of the convention as the CONVENTION OF UNITY and naming it UNICON 91. The theme of the Rally organized on the concluding day of the convention on the 25th February, 1991 was LONG LASTING PEACE through NATIONAL UNITY & INTEGRITY.
The second phase of “KNIT INDIA” campaign in the leadership of the famous Social Worker and Freedom Fighter Baba Amte started from Itanagar in Arunachal Pradesh on 1st November, 1988 and ended at Oakha in Gujarat on 26th March 1989. The participants of the campaign belonging to different States and representing the wide cross-section of the country traveled the long distance from East to West on cycle and carried with them the message of National Unity & Integrity in which Manch also participated at various levels.
Apart from providing all the 75 cycles to the participants of the campaign, the Manch actively associated itself with the campaign by arranging reception of the team, their food, accommodation and public meetings. The leading role was taken on this campaign by Dibrugarh, Jorhat, Bokakhat, Dimapur, Shillong, Guwahati, Nagaon, Bilasipara, Calcutta and Siliguri, while others are Delhi, Doom Dooma, Sitamarhi, Lakhisarai, Jamshedpur, Sugauli, Ranchi, Motihari and Deoghar, who have also contributed towards the cost of cycles.
Manch is playing an important role towards national integration through person to person contact reflected in its humanitarian services throughout the country irrespective of caste, creed and religion, active involvement of other communities in its various projects and programmes, linguistic integration through teaching of national language Hindi to Non-Hindi speaking persons and regional languages to Hindi-speaking persons, cultural integration through presentation of cultural programmes of different States on a common platform, literary integration through seminars, symposiums, sahitya goshthies, kavi-sammelans, debates, group discussions and the like on the occasion of national festivals, historical days organizational celebrations etc.
Under this National Programme, Manch branches at Delhi in the National Capital, Bargarh, Balasore & Cuttack in Orissa, Dibrugarh, Guwahati, Nagaon with Morigaon, Bokakhat, Tezpur, Dergaon, and Shillong in North Eastern States, Siliguri Dinhata & Central Calcutta in West Bengal and Bettiah, Jharia, Patna, Dhanbad, Chaibasa, Motihari, Bhagalpur, Muzzaffarpur in Bihar, Korba, Imphal, Tandur, have most successfully organized Artificial Limbs Transplantation Camps.
These branches have also fitted calipers to the polio-affected persons at their camps. Many of them have also distributed sticks, baisakhies, shoes, tricycles, wheel chairs and medicines to the needy handicapped in good number. The complicated cases were forwarded to Mahaveer Vikalang Sahayata Samiti, Jaipur for free treatment there, while branches bearing to and fro traveling expenses.
It will be worthwhile to mention here that 15 to 20% of the total artificial limbs transplantation in the country during this financial year took place in the above mentioned camps of the Manch.
Manch branches at Dibrugarh, Nagaon, Guwahati, Dhubri, Moranhat, Hojai, Bijoynagar, N. Lakhimpur & Tinsukia in Assam, Shillong in Meghalaya, Dergaon and Bongaigaon in Assam, Siliguri, North Calcutta, Jhalda and Rishra in West Bengal, Betaiah Chakradharpur, Sitamarhi, Chaibasa, Chas—Bokaro, Khagaria, Dumka, Motihari, Forbesganj, Jamshedpur, Jharia, Katrasgarh and Deoghar in Bihar, Delhi, Burhanpur, Korba, Pathalgaon, Jatni, Bhubaneswar, Gorakhpur are very efficiently running the ambulance services for the general public. The Guwahati Branch of the Manch is first to start the Dead Body Carrying Van Service followed by Siliguri & Dergaon branches.
The Purbottar Pradesh Unit of Manch has declared “Drinking Water Scheme for Rural Primary Schools and Namghars” as a State Programme under which Manch branches at Udalguri, Kokarjhar, Kharupetia, Bokakhat, Sapatgram, Doom Dooma, Guwahati, Rangia, Fakiragram, etc. have successfully arranged water supply through digging of wells as well as installations of tubewells in Primary Schools and Namghars—the prayer & worship centers of local people.
Apart form that a good number of branches have undertaken Drinking Water Supply project in rural as well as urban areas, important of them are Rishra, Baleshwar, Balangir, Guwahati, Raigarh, Tandur, Bangomunda, Chas-Bokaro, Karkend, Dumka, Azamgarh, Cuttack, Rajgangpur, Patna, Sambalpur, Katrasgarh, Jamshedpur, Gorakhpur, Dibrugarh, Kamareddy, Kantabanji, Jharia, Doom Dooma, Dhanbad, Motihari, Jaipur, Jhajha, Madhupur, Jalna, Dimapur, Teghra, Naharkatia, Rangia, Bokakhat, Lakhisarai and Muzaffarpur etc.
The national headquarters has prepared a comprehensive plan of self-employment. The guidelines have been forwarded to all branches for working in this field.
The Manch has been ever alert towards its duties in times of natural calamities and disasters. Be it flood, drought or earthquake, the wide spread branches of Manch very diligently and promptly served the cause of humanity by rendering all round services. The victims of Latur and Osmanabad earthquake were offered medical and other supports as also monetary contribution through the Prime Minister’s Relief Fund by all the active branches of the Manch.
The code developed by the Manch has well been received by the community which bears long term impact in the field of social reforms. The appeal for austerity in personal functions like Wedding, birthday and anniversary parties is also gaining momentum as several branches have come forward to mobilize public opinion in this regard.
Manch is playing a leading role in this field. Good number of branches have successfully handled cases of bride torture as well as bride-burning in their areas with overwhelming appreciation from all sections of the society. Manch has also been rendering help to the widows as well as the divorcees in deserving cases.
The “NATIONAL MARWARI FOUNDATION” founded during its third National Convention at Siliguri with the object of playing an important role in the areas of Public Service, Relief during natural calamities. Handicapped Welfare, Social uplift and Educational Scholarships has started functioning. First of the four permanent artificial limbs centre has been commenced with purchase of land at Siliguri to cater to the day to day need of implanting the artificial limbs, the All India Marwari Yuva Manch having decided to set up its own artificial limbs manufacturing centers, has through its Siliguri branch already purchased suitable land at Siliguri and the first phase of construction has been completed. This centre has been working from March 97. This centre is likely to manufacture about 1000 limbs per annum and cater to the requirements of the eastern part of country. Under the National Marwari Foundation Schemes, the All India Marwari Yuva Manch has a plan to start a Youth Hostel for higher studies students at its National Head Quarter at Delhi.
Many more branches are proposing to start ambulance and dead body carrier services.
The major emphasis is on Ambulance and Dead Body carrying Van Services, Drinking Water, Artificial Limbs Transplantation, Eye Bank, Blood Bank, General Hospital, Rehabilitation of victims of natural calamities, Employment to handicapped and Self Employment under specific trades and vocations, Welfare programmes for widows, Adult-education, Scholarship to talented student in the age bracket 21 to 30 for higher education abroad. Some of the major community welfare activities undertaken by the branches in their respective areas as per local needs are:-
Environmental Protection: The birth centenary of Jamunalal Bajaj, the great social worker, freedom fighter and close associate of Mahatma Gandhi was celebrated as Tree Plantation Day by various branches.
2. Spread of Education & Knowledge: Important activities in this field are:
a. Primary School by Doom Dooma branch.
b. Girls High School by Teghra branch.
c. Training Centre by Jorhat branch.
d. Public Libraries by Guwahati, Raigarh and Motihari branches.
Monetary Aid to Schools by Kokrajhar, Rengali, Sapatgram, Bokakhat, Kamareddy branches.
Distribution of Text Books by Calcutta, Silchar Dhanbad, Bokakhat and Nagaon branches.
National and State Level Seminars by Central Calcutta, Calcutta and Darjeeling branches.
h. Scholarship by Siliguri Branch.
3. Health Services: Important activities in this area are:
Ambulance service is regularly offered presently by Guwahati, Dibrugarh, Tinsukia, Shillong, Nagaon, Siliguri, North Calcutta, Sitamarhi, Chaibasa, Chas-Bokaro, Khagaria, Dumka, Jharia, Katrasgarh, Deoghar, Rishra, Delhi, Dergaon, Bongaigaon.
Since 1989 to date 31 Artificial Limbs Camps have been successfully organized by the leading branches of Manch. They are:
Delhi, Bargarh, Dibrugarh, Siliguri, Patna, Jharia, Central Calcutta, Cuttack, Guwahati, Betiah, Chaibasa, Dhanbad, Motihari, Bhagalpur, Balasore, Muzaffarpur, Andhra Pradeshik Marwari Yuva Manch, Nagaon/Bokakhat, Dergaon with Golaghat and Shillong.
General Dispensaries by Delhi, Rengali, Cuttack, Guwahati, Dibrugarh and Bongaigaon branches.
Post-mortem Centre by Chas-Bokaro Branch.
Physical Fitness and Yoga Camps by Calcutta, Central Calcutta and Siliguri branches.
Eye Operation Camps by Rangia, Raghopur Simrahi, Sitamarhi, Hojai, Jaipur, Delhi, Doom Dooma, Lakhisarai, Howrah and Bakhri Bazar branches.
Child Immunisation Centre and Camps, by Sitamarhi, Bargarh, Hojai, Kokrajhar, Bairgania, Katrasgarh and Raigarh branches.
Diabetes Detection Camps by Cuttack, Calcutta, Jharsuguda, Kokrajhar, Sitamarhi, Hyderabad, Kantabanji, Dibrugarh, Tandur, Balangir, Kamareddy, Baleshwar, Raigarh, Guwahati, Katrasgarh branches.
Health Check-up and Treatment and Medicine Distribution Camps by Jharsuguda, Tinsukia, Bargarh, Ranchi, Bongaigaon, Motihari, Sambalpur, Sapatgram, Sitamarhi, Golaghat, Samastipur, Kamareddy, North Calcutta, Delhi, Chaibasa and Dhanbad branches.
Volunteers Service: They include all round services to the pilgrims on their way to Baijnathdham by Jhajha and Deoghar branches while Jharsuguda, Kantabanji, Chas-Bokaro, Sambalpur and Madhupur branches helped above branches in giving benefits to lakhs of Kanwarias and Pilgrims and volunteer services during the Festivals and Social events by Doom Dooma, Dhanad, Puri, Lakhisarai, Sambalpur Nagar, Roghopur, Sitamarhi, Madhupur, Guwahati, West Guwahati, Betiah, Bokakhat, Katrasgarh, Jharia, Dergaon, Siliguri and Muzaffarpur branches.
5. Talent Development:
Permanent events: Late Hiralal Patwari Memorial Inter-College Debate Contest and Late Radhakrishan Goyal Memorial Speech Contest are two State Level individual Development Programmes of Purbottar Pradesh Unit., which are regularly organized every year through branches in the State. During 1990 the two events were organized by Guwahati and West Guwahati branches respectively.
Speech, Debate & Quiz contest, Seminars and Symposiums: Deoghar, Doom Dooma, Bargarh Barpali, Bilasipara, Bijoynagar, Shillong, Sambalpur Nagar, Howrah, Samastipur, Nagaon, Khariar, Naharkatia, West Guwahati, Fakiragram, Balangir, Bokakhat, Sarupathar, Tinsukia, Kantabanji, Madhupur and Sitamarhi Branches have organized such contest on Several occasions.
Honour to Brilliant Students: Bijoynagar, Sarupathar, Howrah, West Guwahati, Kokrajhar & Chaibasa branches have from time to time honoured brilliant students by awarding them in public functions.
Sports Tournaments: Guwahati, Rangia, Kokarjhar, Deoghar, Doom Dooma, Dhanbad, Sambalpur, Motihari, Dibrugarh, Jharia, Dumka, West Guwahati, Bangomunda and Siliguri branches have organized sports contest and tournaments for Sub-Junior Boys and Girls in the annual programme of Siliguri Branch under which the winners get monthly stipends for one full year term.
6. Cultural Programme: To mention here, some of them are:
Variety Programmes by Kokarjhar, Doom Dooma, Dhanbad, Bargarh, Howrah, Bilasipara, Lakhisarai, Patna, Siliguri, Dimapur, and Jharia branches.
Mehndi Writing contest by Kokrajhar, Teghra, Motihari, Sarupathar, Guwahati, Tinsukia, Naharkatia, Patna, Bihoynagar, Siliguri, Dumka, Bokakhat, Lakhisarai, Delhi and Balangir branches.
c. Chang contest on the eve of Holi by Siliguri branch.
d. Holi and Dipawali meets by Siliguri branch.
7. Civic Amenities: Most important activities in this are:
a. Street lights by Jharsuguda, Rengali and Golakganj branches.
b. Police points by Dimapur and Hojai branches.
c. Rest Rooms for Passengers by West Guwahati and Kharupetia branches.
d. Bus sheds and Road Sings by Siliguri branch.
e. Maintenance of Children’s Park by Imphal branch.
f. Community Centers by Deoghar and Silapathar branches.
It will be worthwhile to mention here that some of the branches are coming up with ambitious projects like Indoor Stadium, General Hospital, Youth Hostel, Multi-purpose Community Centre, Artificial Limbs Manufacturing unit etc. in very near future.
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