In Yoga charity begins everywhere - ‘at home’ and ‘abroad’ are one.


MUKTI Donates to these PROJECTS


Karm Marg – a home for street children situated on the outskirts of Delhi. It is led by the children themselves and provides holistically for their education, daily needs, housing and medical care.


Sukhsandhya – a home for older women and widows who were abandoned on the streets, that provides shelter and all their day–to–day needs. Based in Pune, it is run by Maher, the world's and India's largest refuge for abused women and their children. The children adopt the older women as grandmothers, offering them the joy of company and affection.


Goa Boys Education – a project providing funds for the higher education of 4 boys who have no parents and were formerly living at the Don Bosco Orphanage in Goa.


Crisis at Christmas – is run by the charity Crisis, and provides single homeless people in the UK with a place to shower, change clothes, have their health checked, get introduced to further support services, and share three hot meals – including Christmas dinner – at a table with other people.


Centrepoint – is a UK charity supporting over 1,000 homeless young people a year in London and the North East of England, providing them with housing, seeing to their mental and physical health, and supporting them to get education, training, employment, advice and other resources.


Naz Care Home – based in Delhi, for children from different parts of India who were abandoned because they are HIV Positive or have been diagnosed with AIDS. The children are supported, nourished and educated, and all their medical needs are taken care of. MUKTI contributed to the Naz Care Home from 2006-2012.



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