FOUNDER

Dr. Bindeshwar Pathak

Sociologist, social activist, and Founder of Sulabh Sanitation and Social Reform Movement, Dr. Pathak believes the toilet is a tool for social change. He has received a great deal of national and international recognition for his work, including the Stockholm Water Prize in 2009, and he is considered a pioneer for social reform.

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ACHIEVEMENTS

Sulabh Sanitation Movement

1.3 million

54 million

8,500+

640

15 million

Sulabh household toilets constructed

Government toilets constructed based on Sulabh design

Sulabh community toilet blocks

Towns made scavenging free

People using toilets based on Sulabh design daily

SWACHH RAIL MISSION

Swachh Rail Brand Ambassdor

समाज शरीर है तो साहित्य उसकी आत्मा : डॉ. विन्देश्वर पाठक

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स्रोत: न्यूज़ नेटवर्क      तारीख: 19-Mar-2017   ताजनगरी में शुरू हुआ ऑथर्स गिल्ड ऑफ इंडिया का राष्ट्रीय अधिवेशन विभिन्न राज्यों से 200 ख्यातिप्राप्त साहित्यकारों की सहभागिता आगरा। साहित्य और साहित्यकार में समाज को एक को दिशा देने की अद्भुत क्षमता होती है। यदि समाज शरीर है तो साहित्य उसकी आत्मा। जन्म से मृत्यु तक मनुष्य समाज जुड़ा… Read more »

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Rejecting Age-Old Taboos, Widows In Vrindavan Play Holi

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Press Trust Of India, March 14, 2017 A riot of colours took over the 400-year-old Gopinath temple as hundreds of widows clad in white sarees, smeared hues of reds, yellows and greens on each other and celebrated Holi. Here are the glimpses from the celebrations:   Elderly women from Vrindavan and Varanasi gathered at one… Read more »

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Capture the colourful spectacles of Vrindavan widows this Holi

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Deepa Gupta | New Delhi March 10, 2017 | 10:16 AM Source : http://www.thestatesman.com/travel/capture-the-colourful-spectacles-of-vrindavan-widows-this-holi-1489120944.html

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Colours they own

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HOLI SPIRIT Vandana Shukla For centuries, widows of Vrindavan knew of only one colour: white. It set them apart. Perpetually mournful, they had to beg and die nameless in a city where their gods were sought to be living. But life is not same each day, nor is it meant to be seen in emptiness… Read more »

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El luto de colores en la ciudad de las viudas

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EFE / http://www.elnuevodiario.com.ni   Vrindavan, India  | 11 Marzo 2017  | 12 a.m.  | Edición Impresa Al filo del mediodía pétalos de flor y polvos de intensos colores acaban con cualquier atisbo de blanco, el color del luto en la India, en la ciudad sagrada de Vrindavan, donde cientos de mujeres indias forzadas a refugiarse tras enviudar… Read more »

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Widows break away from age-old taboo and celebrate Holi in Vrindavan

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Date published: Friday, 10 March 2017 – 1:58pm | Author: DNA Web Team | Agency: DNA webdesk Shunning age-old taboo, widows from Varanasi and Vrindavan played Holi on the premises of the 400-year-old Gopinath Temple on Thursday. Clad in white saree, a large number of widows gathered at one of the oldest Krishna temples in the crowded Gopinath Bazaar in Vrindavan braving the morning chill and splashed colours on… Read more »

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The empowering story behind this colorful photo of India’s rebel widows

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WRITTEN BY / Selina Cheng / March 10, 2017 PUT YOUR HANDS UP For conservative Hindu women in India, becoming a widow can mean eternal banishment from society. When husbands die, widows often end up ostracized, dismissed as inauspicious perpetual mourners. Until recently, they were not socially permitted to celebrate the colorful Hindu spring festival of Holi. “A… Read more »

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Widows of Vrindavan celebrate Holi

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Around 1,000 widows from Varanasi and Vrindavan came together to celebrate Holi. By: Sandra Marina Fernandes Published: Friday, March 10, 2017, 10:33 [IST] Vrindavan, March 10: While Holi celebrations began almost a week back in Vrindavan, on Thursday, the widows of Vrindavan and Varanasi came out and celebrated the festival of colours. Around 1000 widows… Read more »

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फागुन ने उदास ज़िंदगी में घोला खुशियों का रंग

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होली के मौके पर हर ख़ासोआम रंगों में सराबोर है. वृंदावन की विधवाओं ने भी खेली होली. पुरानी परंपरा को तोड़ कर वाराणसी और वृंदावन की विधवाओं ने हर साल की तरह इस बार भी होली खेली.   परिवार की उपेक्षा का शिकार रही इन महिलाओं ने होली खेली और फूलों का रंग उतर आया… Read more »

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फूलों की पंखुड़ियों से अनोखी होली

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नवभारतटाइम्स.कॉम| Mar 10, 2017, 03.48 PM IST सफेद साड़ी में कुम्हलाई हुई काया, चेहरे पर झुर्रियां और झुकी हुई कमर, विधवाओं की नजर जब रंग-बिरंगे फूलों की पंखुड़ियों और गुलाल पर पड़ी तो चेहरे पर होली की उमंग और खुशी आंखों में झलक रही थी। अपनों से दूर सालों से वृंदावन में गुजर-बसर कर रहीं… Read more »

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Widows shun taboo, play Holi in Vrindavan – The Times of India

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PTI | Updated: Mar 9, 2017, 10.44 PM IST MATHURA: Shunning age-old taboo, widows from Varanasi and Vrindavan played Holion the premises of the 400-year-old Gopinath Temple today. Clad in white saree, a large number of widows gathered at one of the oldest Krishna temples in the crowded Gopinath Bazaar in Vrindavan braving the morning chill… Read more »

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Son of India

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सुलभ स्वच्छता के प्रणेता डॉक्टर बिंदेश्वर पाठक जी ने यह गीत समर्पित किया है भारत के यशस्वी प्रधानमंत्री श्री नरेंद्र मोदी जी को I प्रधानमंत्री जी द्वारा किये जा रहे तमाम जनहितकारी कार्यो का सुन्दर बखान किया गया है इस गीत में, जिसे लिखा और धुन दिया है स्वयं डॉ. पाठक ने  

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Hon’ble Shri Amit Shah Ji, on a visit to Sulabh Campus (December 20, 2016)

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It was a great day for the Sulabh Family as Shri Amit Shah, National President BJP paid a visit to Sulabh Campus. Amid strict security arrangements he was welcomed and profusely garlanded by Dr. Bindeshwar Pathak, founder Sulabh Sanitation Movement and Social Reforms, followed by senior executives, liberated scavengers of Alwar and Tonk, widows of… Read more »

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Shri Amit Shah addresses public program in Mahavir Enclave, New Delhi : 20.12.2016

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Bharatiya Janata Party  

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Hasna Mera Kaam Song – French

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Hasna Mera Kaam – Malay

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Hasna Mera Kaam – Mandarin

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Dr. Bindeshwar Pathak, honoured “Honorary Citizen of the French city of Montier”

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Dr. Bindeshwar Pathak, honoured “Honorary Citizen of the French city of Montier” Dr. Bindeshwar Pathak, Founder, Sulabh Sanitation and Social Reform Movement has been honoured as a “Honorary Citizen of the French city of Montier” by the Mayor Mr. Jean Jacques Bayer in a coulourful event held on 19 November 2016.

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Bindheswar Pathak appointed brand ambassador of Swachh Rail Mission

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Published on Nov 2, 2016 Bindheswar Pathak appointed brand ambassador of Swachh Rail Mission Source : https://youtu.be/mXHEdwHWY5k

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