VatsalyaGram: Where Women Empowerment Find its True Spirits

Women empowerment is one of the most used words in elites worldwide, and India is no different. Various women across the circles of dramatic arts, films, politics, sports, and journalism made it big or big enough for themselves.

Wait a minute, for themselves? Yes, you read it right. Take the names of any actress or female politician, and you’ll understand that their struggle was for the upliftment of their lifestyles, their bank balance, and they impacted society just like that. The efforts of any actress have helped none of the hundreds of thousands of girls across the community. Any Corporate tycoon or minister doesn’t even bother for anyone else’s better Quality of life. These great ladies struggled and attempted to make their personal lives better and financially secure. So here, the definition of Women Empowerment fails.

So what does it mean? Does it even exist in the community?

We came up with the answer to this unanswered question. Women empowerment is a broad term that means someone who struggles to improve the Quality of women’s lives through proper education, required training of skill-sets, food, nutrition, and shelter with not the least care and affection we all need.

Sadhvi Ritambhara, a renowned name connected with Shri Ram Janm Bhumi Andolan, is such a personality that people around her bow down to her for being didi maa. She is the perfect example of what women empowerment is all about.

Sadhvi didi maa Ritambhara has initiated a unique project named VatsalyaGram in Mathura, a city known as Lord Krishna’s birthplace. Vatsalya means Love, affection that a neonate has for a mother and vice versa. Gram is a small area where people live with care, compassion, and respect for each other. What is unique in it is the amalgamation of Spirituality, natural beauty, and dedication towards humanity. Dedicated to serving the community, she has bifurcated various projects in VatsalyaGram which are as follows:-


Gokulam is a place dedicated to the kids where one family lives in one house. Every house has all the necessary amenities that one may desire: a drawing-room, bedroom, kitchen, temple, and a study room. As of now, there are around 200 people from 16 families living.

So what’s the catch? These families comprise strangers, one mother, one grandmother/nanny, and 5–7 kids living under one roof with no blood relation in common.

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2. School to cater to the needs of Below Poverty Line families/Slums- KBVM

Not just the mainline education, but other sorts of educational training are all provided to these kids. These children hail from BPL families of the nearby slums. The objective to run this initiative is to provide the fundamental human right of every individual, i.e. education. Under her guidance, the school is doing good with regular mid-day meals, education, stationary and uniform at absolutely no charge.

3. Samvid Gurukulam Senior Secondary School

Samvid Gurukulam is a senior secondary school to caters to holistic education with teaching moral values and a scientific approach to the students. Regular counseling and guidance are parts of normal practices that take place on the premises. Samvid Gurukulam is a fully residential school.

4. Swami Parmanand Prakritik Chikitsalaya

SPCC offers free treatment to poor people. A healthy lifestyle with dignity and meaningful life for underprivileged children and women is the main aim of this ayurvedic/homeopathic healthcare unit. Naturopathy is also used to treat acute and chronic diseases.

5. Gd Bansal Swasti Chikitsalaya

This healthcare set-up provides free treatments through State-of-the-art medical facilities, inside the vatsalyagram Campus.

6. Premvati Gupta Netra Chikitsalaya

The expert ophthalmologists are providing free Eye-camps for the poor and needy people in this in-campus eye hospital under the supervision of Didi Maa Sadhvi Ritambhara.

7. Udyamita(Entrepreneurship)

A free vocational training program is provided to young girls and women to make them stand on their own. A French Italian MNC fort supports this initiative.

8. Vaishishtyam(Home for Special Ones)

In this project, Didi Maa believes and considers that every child is unique. Vaishishtyam is the home of over 100 children. These children need special care and compassion. Vaishishtyam is a daycare center with a residential facility where exceptional children are treated.

Various relief programs and women empowering movements are also under the name of Sadhvi Didi Maa Ritambhara. Such a great symbol of Women empowerment. One needs to make her idealized and try to serve society’s sections the way didi maa is doing.

Shaping the lives of millions is what women empowerment is all about and believe me, she’s a great master of this field. Understanding the pain and agony of people and delivering the best suitable solution to women is my definition of Women Empowerment and Didi Maa is the Perfect example of it.

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