SewaJyoti (सेवाज्योति) came into being from the two Sanskrit-Hindi words, ‘Seva’ (Selfless Service) and ‘Jyoti’ (Flame or Light).
If you wonder what you can do to live your life the best, then it is by ‘Feeding Everyone, Being Kind to Everybody, and Serving Anyone who Needs You’
The very basis of this organization reflects upon the principles of ‘Sewa’ outlined by our ancient Shastris or philosophers and spread a Beam of Light of hope and happiness to whomever we serve.
SewaJyoti is not just any social service organization, but it strives to inculcate spirituality in its service offerings. It is because the founder of SewaJyoti, Shree Gautam R Morarka has a deep faith in the principles of Lord Rama:
It means: There is no sacred religion than helping others, and there is no worst sin than hurting others.
Shree Gautam R Morarka through SewaJyoti tries to provide service to those who cannot meet the basic needs of life, such as food, education, medicine, clothing, and shelter.
Shree Gautam R Morarka is the Managing Director of Dwarikesh Sugar Industries Limited, a credible industrialist, spiritualist, and son of former parliamentarian, Late Shree R.R. Morarka.
Sh. Gautam R Morarka has continually worked towards improving the community by contributing and volunteering in the fields of rural education, healthcare, women and children welfare, social-emotional development, and environmental, industrial, and agricultural development.
He has received the prestigious ‘Bhamashah Award’ twice in the years 2006 and 2011 from the Government of Rajasthan for his unparalleled contribution and commitment towards human and social development.
“If we truly want to see a developed India, then all of us, especially the millennials, should not ignore the villages and small towns”, Sh. Gautam R Morarka says.
“The development process should first focus on improving the geographical areas that have been generally overlooked by entrepreneurs, government, and industrialists. It is the only way to make a visible and meaningful impact on people’s lives. The villages and small towns hold the nation culturally.”
Shree Gautam R Morarka established two social service organizations in the memory of his parents, Late Sh. Radheshyam Morarka and Late Smt. Narbada Devi Morarka:
R Morarka Charitable Trust (1994) and Narbada Devi Morarka Charitable Trust (1995)
These organizations cater to the rural areas of Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh for social-economic growth in the following fields:
SewaJyoti services do not see caste and creed, religion, gender, or region. We work without biases and discrimination.
Began activities in Jhunjhunu district in Rajasthan.
A 0.68-acre plot was purchased in Nawalgarh district to formally construct an office building.
Organized and volunteered in several social service programs and activities in Nawalgarh and Jhunjhunu.
Constructed the Sh. Radheshyam R Morarka Govt. Post Graduate College building in Jhunjhunu, Rajasthan. The project cost was INR 2.45 crores.
The Hon. Chief Minister of Rajasthan, Mrs. Vasundhara Raje inaugurated the Sh. Radheshyam R Morarka Govt. Post Graduate College building.
The college, then a graduate-level educational institution, was subsequently upgraded to the postgraduate level.
Spent INR 53 Lakh to expand the campuses of college, considering the growing demand for space to accommodate more students, faculties, and classrooms.
Another milestone set by SewaJyoti. Built the Radeshyam Morarka Medical Institute (RMMI) in Jhunjhunu to eradicate the lack of high-quality medical facilities in the district for which the patients earlier used to travel to Delhi or Jaipur for treatment.
Besides providing in-patient and out-patient treatments, the Hospital also conducts free medical camps and critical illness awareness and prevention workshops and aids the poor and old across the area with affordable treatment plans.
Built the Nawalgarh Bus Depot under the central government’s ‘Integrated development of tourist circuit’ scheme as a dedication to the locals.
The building was inaugurated by Sh. Brij Kishor Sharma, Minister of Transport, Sanskrit Education and Devasthan, Rajasthan in the presence of Dr. Rajkumar Sharma, Minister of State for Health Science and Technology. The total project cost was INR 1.05 crores.
Build wings of the Shree Radheshyam R Morarka Govt. PG College, Jhunjhunu. Total cost of the building extension was INR 44 lakhs.
Hon'ble Shree Gautam R Morarka Ji and Shree Sunder Lala, Chairman - Schedule Caste and Schedule Tribe Ayog, Govt. of Rajasthan laid the foundation stone of the Shree Radheshyam R Morarka Govt. College, Nawalgarh.
Handed over the building of Shree Radheshyam R Morarka Govt College, Nawalgarh to the College Education Department, Govt. of Rajasthan in the presence of Sh. Sudarshan Singh Shekhawat GM ( HRD ) and Principal of Shree Radheshyam R Morarka Govt. College Nawalgarh. The total amount invested in the college project was INR 353 lakhs.
SewaJyoti, since its inception 15 years ago, has created hope and happiness and promoted better health and education amongst thousands of people in the states of Rajasthan and UP. We continue to make plans to endorse underdeveloped areas with support and volunteering.