Empowering Local Businesses Republic Day
Home city guide society in amritsar

Society in Amritsar

For any city to grow, it must at first cater to the welfare of its people and surroundings. In Amritsar, there is a mix of people from all walks of life; some well settled while others struggling with day to day activities. As a result there is a need for an overall development of the people, no matter what background they come from. Keeping this in mind, the city has several Non Profit and Charitable societies which have been functioning for the betterment of this city. Prosperity in totality cannot be achieved by materialistic gains and thus these societies play a major role.

Society in Amritsar
(Source: flickr)

Charitable Societies in Amritsar

There are several Charitable Societies which function for the sole purpose of welfare of the people. Here, every individual is treated equal and with respect. Since Amritsar is a land of Sikhs, there are Society’s which look into their overall development ensuring to keep alive the essence. Not only towards the welfare of the people but also in preserving the religion, there are Society’s which play well their part.

NGOs in Amritsar

Non Government Organisation’s (NGO) play a very important part in raising the quality of life in any given society. In a city like Amritsar, there have been many events in the past which have scarred many developments. Education, health facilities, child care etc are some concerns which still remain alarming. NGOs thus have been able to concentrate on such facets of life without the development of which no city will grow. These NGOs are run based on their understanding of the need of the hour and dealing with it in given time. Many people from the cities volunteer to ensure that these NGOs meet their goal and in totality the city grows.

Orphanages in Amritsar

The city of Amritsar has two very successful orphanages which look after orphans with extreme care. These orphanages are:

Central Khalsa Orphanage, Amritsar
Address: Mata Kaulan, Katra Dall Singh , Amritsar
Phone: +91-98727-56320

Guru Nanak Anath Ashram (Orphan House)
G.T Road, Amritsar
Phone: +91-(183)-2562531, 2211590
E-mail: info@centralkhalsaorphanage.org, orphanage@chiefkhalsadiwan.com

Both the above-mentioned orphanages or popularly known as ashrams, ensure the well-being of the children. Being orphaned and having no support is a tragic experience, but living here one becomes strong and sees the missing silver lining. There are efficient facilities which are provided to the children who feel warm and loved at all times. Right from food to their education, everything is taken care of.

These institutes largely work through volunteers, the staff/team members. Financially there is great support from people all across the globe, especially Punjabis. Donation can be made on gaining account information and depositing money, or buy visiting the main office. The numbers are always active and you too can become a part in the betterment of our society and nurturing these children.

Orphanges in Amritsar
(Source: flickr)

Old Age Homes in Amritsar

Caring for our elderly should be a feeling from within. One must never feel burdened to show them respect and nor should they detest from any care. In Amritsar, the Old Age Homes have really done wonders to those neglected elderly who seek love. These homes have actually been real homes to them. Senior citizens don’t deserve to be sent here, but if they are, they are welcomed with open arms.

List of Old Age Homes in Amritsar

Bhai Vir Sangh Birdh Ghar

Address: Jandiala Road
Tarn Taran - 143410
Phone : 01852-22072

Guru Ram Dass Old Age Home
Address: Vishwakarma Welfare Trust
Akash Vihar, Amritsar

All India Women’s Conference
Address: Sharifpura Chowk
G.T. Road, Amritsar - 143001
Phone: 0183-2555565, 2545512, 2294404
Email: alwc_amritsar04@yahoo.com

Blind Welfare in Amritsar

It was in the year 1936 that a home for the blind, Soorma Singh Ashram came into being. It was this very ashram that gave blind students a motive in life and an aim to move forward. At present there are more than 30 students who study in this ashram. They are taught to learn through Braille and are given many classes where there is great scope for them. Students have not only completed their education but have become skilled too. This encouragement leads to them playing all sorts of sports, learning instruments, doing skilled activities and gaining confidence. The place remains a popular one in Amritsar, all thanks to its achievements and noble deed.

Blind Welfare in Amritsar
(Source: flickr)

Women Welfare in Amritsar

With a sex ratio of 879, Amritsar may be a city where men outnumber women, but not their welfare. Women are treated with equal dignity and compete in all walks of life. The charitable societies work towards the welfare of women among other areas. Also, in Amritsar there are welfare societies which cater directly and only to the needs of women. Here, you will find many women coming out of their shell and participating in several programs. These range from awareness about problems of eve teasing and guidance given for self protection. One should be able to stand for themselves and that remains the aim. Not just the problems, but even the creative side of women is encouraged so that they never shy away from giving their best.

Women Welfare in Amritsar
(Source: flickr)

Two such societies are: 
  • Kiran Society of Creative Women, NGO, Amritsar
  • Onkar Welfare Society, Amritsar

You may also like to visit

Are you a Business Owner?

Add the products or services you offer

Promote your business on your local city site and get instant enquiries