1. Western Maharashtra
2. North Maharashtra
3. Vidarbha
4. Marathwada

Villages completing 'shramdaan' to be supported by BJS in their mission to become 'drought-free'!


Like every year, this year too, BJS is doing all that it can, to provide succour to the drought-prone regions in the state. Incidentally , the 'Water cup', a contest initiated by Paani Foundation with an aim to make Maharashtra drought-free had received a very heartening response from the villages last year . The contest centred around the spirit of self- development through collective action on the part of participating villagers who were expected to get trained in water management and make their villages self-sufficient through shramdaan. BJS thinks that this initiative has been the first ever, on the principle of Gandhi ji's 'self-sufficiency ' since Independence.

In this year’s water cup competition, BJS is determined to support participating villages of 75 talukas to complete the shramdaan by providing machines to tackle difficult work.
Once again BJS is fully prepared to make the villages participating in water cup competition, drought free.
Satyameva Jayate water cup competition 2018 announced on 12th January at Mumbai.
Hon’ble Chief Minister Shri. Devendra Fadnavis, Shri. Amir Khan, Cine Actor and Founder- Paani Foundation, Smt. Kiran Rao, Shri. Satyajit Bhatkal, Shri Shantilal Muttha- Founder BJS, Renowned Industrialist Shri. Ratan Tata, Shri. Mukesh Ambani was among the dignitaries present on this occasion.