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The Sadhu Vaswani Mission is a spiritual, social welfare and non-profit institution which endeavors to reach its caring services to the poor and needy, sick and aged, irrespective of caste, creed or color.

The Sadhu Vaswani Mission was started in 1931 in Hyderabad-Sind (now part of Pakistan) by Sadhu T. L. Vaswani, whose universal outlook and philosophy of life revolved around the supreme ideal of reverence for all life, service to suffering humanity and cultivation of the soul.

After the partition of India, the Headquarters were shifted to Pune in 1950. After the passing away of Sadhu Vaswani (in January 1966), it was felt appropriate that the Organization be re-named after the Founder. Originally, it was called the Brotherhood Association and since 1970, it is known as the Sadhu Vaswani Mission.

"Religion ? Let us talk of it less, practice more !" urged Sadhu T. L. Vaswani. Daily feeding of the poor and needy, grains to birds (twice daily), food to animals, distribution of fruits to poor patients at the Sassoon (Govt.) Hospital, service to inmates of the Homes of the Aged, the Handicapped, the Blind and Leper colonies, milk and lunch to poor students, form an integral part of the Mission's daily service activities. Grains, grocery and miscellaneous utility items of daily requirements are distributed among the needy families.

The Sadhu Vaswani Mission has launched a worldwide campaign to observe Nov. 25 (Sadhu Vaswani's Birthday) as an International Meatless Day and Animal Rights Day, symbolically seeking World Peace through a shared expression of Reverence for All Life.

The Sadhu Vaswani Mission is a non-sectarian, non-political, non-communal body and breathes out peace to all people of the earth.

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