SamyakSamanata : “A Revolution for the Social and Economic Equality”.


SamyakSamanata is a non-profit, non-government, social organization, currently working in Odisha, India. This organization was founded by Mr. Sayantan Panda and Mr. Sisir Kumar Pathy on October 09, 2008.

The word “Samyak” is a Sanskrit word which means good and the word “Samanata” is an Odia word which means equal.

We dream of an India where everything will be good and everyone will be equal.

SamyakSamanata is a revolution; a revolution against our unsocial political system; a revolution to create a classless society where both the poor and the rich will be treated equally and can enjoy all the rights truly equally. This is the theme behind our tagline which is “A Revolution for the Social and Economic Equality”.

Currently we work only in Odisha, India but its members are present in different places of India including Bhubaneswar, Chennai, Bangalore, Hyderabad etc.

samyaksamantaWe have categorized our work into 3 main sections as follows:

1. The Social Wing: This group deals with problems those can be solved in very less time e.g. providing education to slum children, relocating footpath children to our Ashram, providing food to the people who live in footpaths etc. Read more about this group below.

2. The Political Wing: This group deals with long term problems and tries to find the solutions to them e.g. proposing what economic policies the government should adopt so there won’t be any slums or people living in footpaths, what changes our current judicial system needs to make itself truly available for the common man etc. Find out our proposed economic and judicial policies and more about this wing below.

3. The Economic Wing: This is the group which manages all the financial transactions of SamyakSamanata. The job of this group is two folded. It manages when and from where the necessary money will come and decides how the same money can be utilized to get the best of it. Find more about this group below.

“When a poor person dies of hunger, it’s not fault of God. It has happened because neither you nor I wanted to give that person what he or she needed” – Mother Teresa

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