Harisinh Pratapsinh Chavda - Founder

Founder

Lokniketan and from this platform, started three colleges ten High Schools, five ashram shalas, eight hostels, kindergartens,

Founded "Nootan Bharati" Institute at Taluka Palanpur then handed over its management to the local people. Started Thakkarbapa and Sarvajanik Chhatralaya at Palanpur.

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