With high Social conscience, we aim to ensure the
sustainable development of the society
with focussed-community initiatives


Born out of a desire to use the power of the Internet to help the common man, BharatBloodBank is a non-profit initiative intended to connect blood donors across India with needy recipients in the fastest manner possible. The site has the largest repository of donor information.

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BharatGreenHands is a social initiative from Matrimony.com Ltd. It is a small but concrete step in the direction of restoring environmental damage in association with Project Green Hands an ecological initiative of Isha Foundation. Our objective is to plant more trees to strike the right balance between urbanization and the ecological systems.


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Matrimony Day has been first created by BharatMatrimony, a part of Matrimony.com Ltd. to honour the institution of marriage and cherish that ultimate bond in human relationships. The day has been created to encourage people to get married and experience the joys of matrimony. BharatMatrimony believes that this day would soon gain momentum and recognition and will be celebrated universally just like Valentine's Day, Father's Day and Mother's Day.
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Yet another conscious step towards helping humanity, BharatEyeBank was born out of a deep sense of empathy towards the millions of people who suffer from corneal blindness, which means their vision can be restored with donor eyes. The site aims to create awareness on eye donation and gives an opportunity for members to pledge their eyes online.
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AbilityMatrimony.com is a free matrimony service exclusively created for people with special needs and those wanting to marry them. AbilityMatrimony.com aspires to connect its differently-abled members on a common platform. BharatMatrimony, a part of Matrimony.com Ltd. is a socially responsible organisation committed to making marriages happen for all sections of society. BharatMatrimony believes that by having an exclusive free service for people with special needs, more people will join and avail the services.
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