• Sadguru Netra Chikitsalaya

  • Shri Sadguru Seva Sangh Trust - More than 25 Million beneficiaries

  • Jankikund Chikitsalaya

  • Over 2 million ophthalmic surgeries

  • Welcoming and Receptive Staff

  • Conserving the cultural values together

  • Children eye care center

  • Comprehensive eye care services

  • Educating over three thousand students a year

  • Cattle care and dairy development

  • Empowering women through Vocational Training and Skill Development Programs

  • High Quality, High Quantity and Low Cost sustainable services

  • Bringing the Smiles in the Lives

  • Delivering quality eye care services to the rural population

Welcome to Shri Sadguru Seva Sangh Trust

Shri Sadguru Seva Sangh Trust (SSSST) is a humanitarian organization, established in 1968 on the premise of selfless service to mankind.

Param Pujya Ranchhoddasji Maharaj founded the Trust with the goal of alleviating the sufferings of the needy and the down trodden. His principles and ideology have continued to be the guiding strength for the Trust and our multifarious activities.

The Trust was formally registered as public charitable Trust in 1968 in Dhar, Indore, State of Madhya Pradesh in India. The name of the Trust amalgamated the core principle of 'seva' (selfless service) and the ideal of righteousness as taught by Gurudev.

SSSST has since then endeavoured to follow these principles through each of its welfare projects.


Success Stories

Awards & Recognition

  • Dr. Dutta Award 2011

  • Dharmsey Nansey V2020

  • Community Opthalmalogy Oration Award

  • Asia Pacific Award 2013


  • A.P.J.
    Abdul Kalam

    Giving Light to human beings is God's mission


  • Marylyn Miller

    Amazing place hospitality & wonderful Patient Care look forward to return soon.

  • G. Venkataswamy

    Excellent organization for eye care. Hope soon it can be converted in to an institute of excellence.

  • Graham E. Quinn

    I feel privileged to visited Chitrakoot and have the opportunity to see the devotion to rendering excellent...