Shramik Naari Sangh, the name represents the strength formed with the coming together of women from different fraternities. It owes its name and origin to the compassionate foresight of Param Pujya Pappaji (the Revered Shree Pravin Mehta), the guiding mystic of Shrimad Rajchandra Aatma Tatva Research Centre (www.rajchandrakp.org). The advent of the Research Centre at Parli in 2004 led to formation of Shramik Naari Sangh as an independent charitable society to empower the tribal and other rural women of Parli, the backward and under-developed belt of Raigad District in Maharashtra, India. It is one of the socio-economic welfare initiatives of the Research Centre.
Though the project began as a small initiative, the society has transformed into a key support organization for less-privileged women and fondly got to be known as Sa-Ni-Sa. As a society, we have grown and matured since our inception in 2004. Armed with research and self-training along with development and manufacturing activity, Sa-Ni-Sa is continuing on the path of self-improvement with steps to expand the vocational training centre and establish an independent food processing unit.
We are proud to have created employment opportunities to empower women in rural India and extend our wings beyond Parli. Along the way we have crossed some milestones that encourage us to foster and broaden our reach.
Sa-Ni-Sa is a registered Charitable Trust with the Charity Commissioner and the Societies Registration Act 1860 and is exempt under Section 80G of the Income Tax Act, 1961.