Our Story

We are the registered Charitable Trust under Indian Trusts Act, 1882 having 12A & 80G registrations by the Income Tax Department. The main objective of this trust is to work for utmost development of human beings through creating awareness in social education, scientific, economic, technological and spiritual matters. It constantly strives to eliminate inequality, illiteracy, superstitions, child labour, physically challenged persons, orphans, old age & widow rehabilitation, ignorance, anti-social feelings, management of solid waste, alcoholism, smoking, chewing tobacco and all other root causes inimical it health & environment.
To promote health of the people in the urban and rural areas, especially for weaker and economically poor sections through arranging medical health camps, arranging health awareness programs, yoga camps, setting up medical institutions, dispensaries etc.

Our Mission

SWARG’s mission is “Influence, encourage and assist societies to stop the degradation of the earth’s eco system, to conserve the integrity and diversity of nature and to ensure that any use of natural resources is equitable and ecologically sustainable.
To promote solutions that are essential to a green and peaceful future in which all living things can live in harmony with nature.

We promote lasting change by

  • Strengthening capacity for self-help
  • Providing economic opportunity to the deprived people.
  • Delivering relief in emergencies.
  • Addressing discrimination in all
  • Creating Opportunities for youngsters at grass root level.

Our Vision

A happy, healthy and creative world, where we can reciprocate each other for dignity, justice and equity for all livings & non livings.


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Our Successful Programs

We have completed some projects successfully whereas some of them have been dropped. We worked rigorously in the field of solid waste management, food distribution during natural calamities/pandemic, women health & hygiene, eradication of child marriage culture, plantation, publication of newspaper etc. The most effective projects some of them are:

August 22, 2015

We ourselves adopted a colony Indrapuri (Ward No. 7, under Patna Municipal Corporation) in 2015. There is a story behind of it that Secretary of the organization Mr. Rakesh Kumar & President Mr. Nirmal Kumar went on morning walk a day as a regular routine. They saw the piles of garbage in each vacant land where they played in their childhood. They became very disappointed and decided to clean the whole colony and the journey started from there.

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2A/42, BiharText Book Colony, Indrapuri,
P.O. - Keshari Nagar, Patna - 800 024

+91-9955197945    /   +91-9955197945

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