Gramodaya Sangh
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Gramodaya Sangh, Bhadrawati, Dist-Chandrapur, Maharashtra, is a registered public Trust institution established in the year 1955 with an aim to develop the rural craft of traditional pottery of India. Along with the above work Gramodaya Sangh conducted the development activities of villages in the district by introducing Bio-gas, rural sanitation, women and children education and smokeless chulas. 
 
LATE Shri. S.K. Mirmira winner of ‘Jamnalal Bajaj Award for Rural technology’ laid the foundation of this institution on September 3 1955, during the zenith of Bhoodan movement.The Village Bhadrawati is 25 Kms away from Chandrapur city on Chandrapur-Nagpur highway. 
 
Gramodaya Sangh is an NGO with an aim to uplift the living standards of rural people residing at Gadchiroli District by training the artisans in Indian Pottery and giving them a collective platform to showcase their talent at national and international level. 
 
The cluster comprises of 594 artisans living and working in the village and pursuing pottery for a living. 
 
Major products designed by these artisans include idols, show pieces, jar, cup, plates, bowls, flower pots, kitchen wares and other value added decorative products.
 
We would also love to extend our thanks to all our donors who have voluntarily donated and has contributed in a huge way to our mission. The donors generous act is exempted under Sec 80 C. 


LATE SHRI S. KRISHNA MURTHY MIRMIRA, 
A Gandhian Ideologist & Ceramist
 
FOUNDER OF GRAMODAYA SANGH, BHADRAWATI.
LATE SHRI R. K. PATIL
ICS. Ex. Minister for Home & Agriculture, Central Province 
 
FOUNDER OF GRAMODAYA SANGH, BHADRAWATI.
A Brief History of The Gramodaya Sangh
CRS Training Centre
at Nagpur
under the fund of
Tech Mahindra
News
National Award 2006 won by Gramodaya Sangh