Tribal Boys Homes

Seva Bharathi is running 3 affection homes for tribal boys in Telangana state.

Ekalavya Ashram, Mancherial, Adilabad                            

On the banks of the holy Godavari in Mancherial, overlooking the Hanuman temple is the “Ekalavya Ashramam” a home for tribal boys. Boys are selected from poor tribal families and children that are needy and with a spark in their faces. Located in the outskirts of Mancherial town, this tribal affection home has a serene environment. It has a room to accommodate 100 tribal boys who are selected from different tribes in the district. This affection home has children from Nayakapu, Manne, Gondu, Khollham, Pradhan and Lambada.

Children are given education, food, values, and amenities that are congenial for a smooth basic educational pursuit. They are counseled and equipped for a better tomorrow. Ashram children have bubbling talent, which needs to be nurtured and encouraged. These boys have made their mark in studies at school and also out of the school in the co-curricular activities. They have scored prizes in elocution and in All India junior essay writing competitions.

For the future Ekalavya to bring glory to the country, your participation and encouragement is earnestly solicited for regular support to the ashram.

Ekalavya Ashramam – Sevabharathi
H No: 19-489, Godavari Road,
Mancherial – 504208, Adilabad


Sri Vyasa Awasam, Hanmakonda, Warangal                           

Seva Bharathi has taken up this service project at Warangal in November 2007 with an intake of 20 children selected from remotest areas where modern facilities and governmental programs have not yet been extended. Now this affection home provides free education, clothing, and accommodation to more than 60 needy children drawn from remote areas in the district. This affection home takes up the entire responsibility of the child to ensure his all-round development, so that he is groomed to become a good citizen of the country.


Vyasa Awasam
Plot No. 200/A, Durgadevi Colony,
Hunter Road,Hanumakonda,


Vanavasi Vikasa Kendram, Bhurgampadu, Khammam              

In 1986, Seva Bharathi constructed a shelter home “Bharathi Bhavan” to provide accommodation to the victims of Godavari river floods. In 1990, Seva Bharathi initiated Vanavasi Vikasa Kendram an affection home with 15 tribal students in the same building. Now it is giving life to 100 tribal children by providing them accommodation, food, education and life skills. It has the capability of providing these facilities to 200 children.Till now this home shaped nearly 300 children as good citizens and some of them are now doctors, engineers and other professionals also.

Using Bharathi Bhavan as base, Seva Bharathi is running several other service activities in the area:

Mobile medical Vans – 13
Hospitals – 6
Town Medical Centers – 5
Single Teacher Schools – 50
Abhyasika (Tuition Centers) – 100
Bala Smaskra kendras – 10
Mathru Chaya
Child Labor Schools – 4
Blood Donation Centers – 20

Vanavasi Vikasa Kendram
Bharathi Bhavan
Khammam Dirstict