Mamata Bal Sadan Saswad, Pune


To bring up the orphans, destitute, distressed, children and women rehabilitation and provide them with basic necessities.
To uplift the deprived section of the society and make them capable to live as respected human being.



Mamata Bal Sadan, an institution for the destitute orphans, has been founded in 1994 by the famous philanthropic lady Smt. Sindhutai Sapkal. The institute is located at Kumbharwalan,Tal. Purandar, Dist. Pune, Maharashtra. The land for the institution is donated by Mr. Deepak Gaikwad, he is also instrumental in Bal Sadan, looking after management of daily affairs. Today 52 destitute and neglected girls between the age group of 4 to 18 years are leaving in this institution. The shelter, ration, cloths, education, medical needs etc of these children are a responsibility shouldered by this institution; this work not only stops here but continues until these children become capable of living an independent and responsible life of their own. Beside nurturing the children and motivate them completing their complete education, Mamata Bal Sadan probably is the only institution in the entire state of Maharashtra which also helps these children set up their own business after they are grown up. Institute also strive hard getting financial aid available for such entrepreneurs. Training in agriculture, electricity, tailoring, cookery etc. is also imparted, so that these under- privileged children are able to earn their livelihood and live the lives of responsible citizens.

Ahead of this, once these children stand on their own feet, institute help them shape their personal life by finding proper alliances for them and arranges their marriages and sees that they are properly settled in life.


  • 40 years of continuous Social Works.
  • More Than 750 Awards...
  • Mother of more than 1050 orphaned children
  • 207 Sons-in-law
  • 36 daughters-in-law

Operating Organizations

Two parent bodies namely

  • Saptasindhu Mahila Adhar Balsangopan Aani Shikshan Sanstha (Pune)
  • Vanvasi Gopalkrushna Shikshan Krida Prasarak Mandal, Amravati

Run the various homes that Sindhutai has set up

  • Sanmati Bal Niketan, Manjari, Hadapsar, Pune
  • Mamata Bal Sadan, Saswad, Pune
  • Savitribai Phule Muleenche Vastigruha, Chikhaldara
  • Abhiman Bal Bhavan, Wardha
  • Gopika Gai Rakshan Kendra (Wardha)


The 2010 marathi film "Mee Sindhutai Sapkal" by Anant Mahadevan is a bio-pic inspired by the true story of Sindhutai Sapkal. The film was selected for world premiere at the 54th London Film Festival.

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