Overview

Hemalkasa..Heroes of Real world!!
Hemalkasa..Heroes of Real world!!
Tadoba- Beauty of mother nature..!!
Unmatched work of extraordianry people
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Lok Biradari Prakalp (LBP) (Brotherhood of People project) is a social project of the Maharogi Sewa Samiti, Warora involving a hospital, a school and an animal orphanage. It was started on 23 December 1973, by the social worker Baba Amte for integrated development of Madia Gond. It is in Hemalkasa, Bhamragad taluka in Gadchiroli District of Maharashtra, India.

When Baba Amte visited Hemalkasa in Gadchiroli district of Maharashtra in 1973, he found the condition of the local tribe, the Madia Gonds, appalling. Malnutrition, malaria, tuberculosis and leprosy were rife. Illiteracy was total and medical care unheard of. There were hardly any roads worth mentioning. The area would remain cut off from civilization during the monsoons and their aftermath for about 6 months. Although the conditions were daunting, Baba’s younger son Dr. Prakash, a surgeon and his wife Mandakini, an anaesthetist volunteered to work among the Madias. In 1974, they constructed a small hut for themselves and a bigger hut for patients on an area of 50 acres given by the Maharashtra State Govt. in 1973. This was the beginning of their cottage hospital. Initially the tribal people were totally suspicious of the newcomers. Language was also a big barrier since the tribal language was entirely different from Marathi, the mother tongue of Prakash and Mandakini.Over 1973-74, by learning the tribal language and by their compassionate behaviour the doctor couple gained the confidence of the tribes and established a reputation for serving them, often by carrying out surgical operations in the presence of the patients’ kith and kin, under primitive conditions and poor light from kerosene lanterns.

Today, over three decades of selfless service of Prakash and Mandakini have not gone unrewarded. They are referred to as the Schweitzer couple of India and in 1995, the generous Prince of Monaco (Europe), issued a postage stamp in their name, in order to honor them. The Indian government has also awarded them the Padmashree, the highest national civilian award.

ITINERARY

Journey to Nagpur
  • Departure to Nagpur from your Home town. Train - Stay.
Bhadrawati vist and Tadoba Safari
  • Arrival ot Nagpur station at8:00am.
  • Departure to Anandwan.
  • Arrival to Anandwan, breakfast & Freshen up.
  • Proceed to Bhadrawati - Caves site.
  • Departure to Tadoba - Jungle Safari in Tadoba-Andheri Tiger Reserve.
  • Return to Anandwan.
  • Anandwan - Dinner & Stay.
Anandwan Darshan
  • Morning Tea & breakfast.
  • Anandwan project visit - Hospital-Dairy-Sneh Sawali Sankul-Laghuudyog
  • After lunch, we proceed to Hemalkasa.
  • Arrival at Hemalkasa
  • Hemalkasa - Dinner-Documentary & Stay.
Anandwan- More explosure
  • Morning Tea & breakfast.
  • Project visit - Animal Ark, Hospital, School,Hostel,Ground.
  • After lunch, we proceed to Somnath.
  • Arrival at Somnath
  • Somnath - Dinner & Stay.
Sightseeing at Somnath
  • Morning Tea & breakfast.
  • Somnath Project visit - Farming site
  • Proceed to Nagpur Station.
  • Start return journey towards Pune
Return to Pune
  • Arrival at Home Town.....with sweet memories

CHARGES

Per Person Charges:    Per Person- ₹8,500

CHARGES INCLUDE

  • Nagpur to Nagpur traveling.
  • All food is inclusive.
  • All Stay are inclusive.
  • Jungle Safari inclusive.
  • First Aid.
  • Government taxes.

CHARGES EXCLUDE

  • Any Kind of personal expenditure (cold drink/minaral water etc.)
  • Medical/Hospitalization.
  • Any other things not mentioned in "INCLUDES" list.

Cancellation Policy -

Number of days prior to departure Amount deductable as cancellation charges is in % of 'Total tour price'
More than 60 days 5% or Rs. 1000 whichever is higher.
50-40 days 15%
39-30 days 25%
29-20 days 50%
19-10 days 80%
09-00 days 100%

GALLERY

OFFERS

10% discount is applicable for group booking of more than 6 people.

THINGS TO CARRY

  • Suitable Clothings as per tour's visiting places.
  • Warm cloths/Winter Wear. (Sweaters/Sweatshirts etc).
  • Shawl.
  • Torch (Most necessary).
  • Water bottles (With min 2 liters capacity).
  • Comfortable and strong footweares like Shoes or Sandals.
  • If you are on any medication, carry sufficient stock of the medicines with prescription.

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