SBMA is an independent organization that works with the people of Uttarakhand Himalayas. The ashram evolved out of years of community struggle and in the activist tumult of the 1960's and '70s, the people of Garhwal, especially women, gave voice to their frustration against bad governance and superstition. As a platform for their struggle Swamiji founded SBMA in 1977.
Swami Manmathan was a social crusader from Kerala who formed a passionate commitment to the progress of people in the mountain area of Uttarakhand. For years, he fought alongside the people of Garhwal, spearheading movements and working for change. Know more about Swami Manmathan
Martyred In 1990.
Our Revolution does not depend on individuals it relies on ideas, and ideas cannot be assassinated!
SBMA is an integral part of 2000 communities served by more than 300 staff members and 436 volunteers, working with 18 projects in collaboration with 25 different partners covering all the Districts Of Uttarakhand.