a safer community.

In the spirit of humanitarianism, we strive to create crucial changes that will empower communities.

Udbhav - Ripples of Social Change

Empowering People and Communities

At Udbhav we generate resources that will help facilitate the empowerment of local communities, children and families. This movement is inspired and driven by the young as well as forthcoming individuals who seek to raise awareness and implement social change. We also believe in contributing towards a sustainable environment and constantly challenge associates to make positive changes.

Our Founder statement

Shaker Dixit. Providing aid to society is our responsibility. #pillarsofsocialchange

Our NGO Partner

Akshaya Patra

Akshaya Patra is an NGO running successfully for the past 21 years. They aim to feed 5 million children across India by the year 2025 to eradicate hunger. Understanding the gravity of the situation and taking hold of it, we have partnered with them. We want to ensure that every family in need has the bare necessities and that every child is motivated to receive formal education.

Statistics of Change

Opening secured pathways

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Young children have been provided with scholarships and full primary education.
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Food packets have been donated to communities in need during these challenging times.
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Trees have been planted to create a sustainable and greener tomorrow.

Our Strategic Programs


COVID-19 Relief Feeding Programme - 12 July 2021

Helping the distressed is the need of the hour during this pandemic and we are making every effort to provide our support. We recently partnered with The Akshaya Patra Foundation and sponsored over 500 cooked meals. The meals were packed and safely distributed outside Government ENT Hospital King Koti, Hyderabad, for the hospital clerks and the families of the patients suffering from the outbreak.

A Collective network of Social Good

India: T-Hub, IIIT Campus Hyderabad, Telangana 500032

India: Amanora Chambers, Amanora Park Town, Pune 411028

Our Empowering Stories