Model Village

Model Village

Swami Vivekananda's philosophy is very important for Anna Hazare. His thoughts and his work has been a constant source of inspiration for him. While serving in the Indian army, decided to devote his life to social work but did not know how to begin...

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Watershed Development

Watershed Development

In 1972-1973 there was widespread major project in Maharashtra. To provide employment to rural people in this situation, the Government of Maharashtra has decided to carry out soil conservation in rural areas that require much work. Ministries of Agriculture and Irrigation...

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Anti-Corruption Development

Anti-Corruption Development

The ordinary man is made very difficult and it was difficult to make ends meet as prices for key raw materials is growing steadily due to corruption. Hazar believe that our freedom is on the teeth at risk because of corruption, and if it is removed, it will not be free in its true meaning...

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Right To Information

Right To Information

It includes the right of citizens-1) to inspect works, documents and records. 2) Take notes, extracts or certified copies of documents or records. 3) sampling of certified material. 4) information in the form of printouts, diskettes, floppies, tapes, video tapes or other electronic or print mode...

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Prohibition of Alcohol

Prohibition of Alcohol

Anna Hazare asked the government of Maharashtra to the law, a ban in force in the country where 25% of women of the village is demanding. In 2009, the state government amended the Bombay Prohibition Act, 1949 respectively.

Grain Bank

Grain Bank

In 1980, the Grain bank started by Anna Hazare in the temple, with the aim of ensuring the food security of farmers is necessary during periods of drought or crop failure. Or rich farmers who have excess cereal production, could give a quintal in the bank.

Milk Production

Milk Production

Milk production was promoted in Ralegan Siddhi. Purchase of new livestock and improve the existing breed through artificial insemination and timely advice and assistance of a veterinarian led to an improvement of cattle, increasing milk production. Replace local crossbred cows which gave a lower yield of milk.

Education

Education

In 1932, Siddhi Ralegan got its first official school, a class of primary school. In 1962, the villagers added more classrooms, thanks to volunteer work. By the year 1971, an estimated population of 1,209, only 30.43% were literate (72 women and 290 men).

Removal of Untouchability

Removal of Untouchability

Social barriers and discrimination that exists, because the caste system in India has been largely eliminated by Ralegan Siddhi inhabitants. It was Hazare's moral leadership, motivated and inspired by the villagers to prevent the integrity and the caste system.

Collective Marriages

Collective Marriages

Most of the rural poor in a debt trap from which they incur high costs to both the marriage of their daughter or Sun This practice is undesirable, but has become almost a social responsibility in India. People are starting to Ralegan marriages together.