Three years in, and we are just getting started

Our story so far

About Us


Anahat is an youth led NGO. Our team consists of urban planner, management degree holders, social workers and interns. We work through various strata of the society and help create awareness in various social issues. We have grown through the years in both volume and experience. Our beneficiaries mainly include underprivileged schools, rural areas and urban slums. We have tried to safeguard our environment for women and children and society at large in a sustainable manner. Though we have started from Kolkata, we have tried to spread in other districts of West Bengal like South 24 parganas, North 24 parganas, Howrah & Hooghly. We have also started taking our sessions in Odisha and Bihar.

Meet The Team

Meet our small team of superwomen who are at the forefront of social activism!

Purvi Tanwani


Purvi recognises herself as a people’s person. If you’ve ever interacted with her you would know what she is talking about. An avid reader and a cynophilist, Purvi found her passion in building capabilities and promoting equality in grassroots of India. She ditched her 9 to 5 corporate job in Bangalore to find her passion amidst her roots. But her tryst with data has not ended, she believes in the power of data driven decisions and has designed and implemented pan- India impact evaluation projects. Her theory of change is to combine the power of knowledge with sustainability and exploring people potential which gave birth to Anahat.

Namrata Dutta Karamchandani


From the very beginning, Namrata wanted to do something for the society. After completing her degree in planning, she spent years on social research which made her more close to the problems of the society. Being on research, she developed a taste of data analytics. When she was not in the field, she spend hours with data to see the world through analysis. Driven by passion, she decided to start Anahat for the society. She aims to create a sustainable world through her work. Namrata loves to paint and read when she is not working.

Deblina Chatterjee

Community Mobilizer

A versatile social activitist, having a degree in MSW from Visva-Bharati University and a 5+ years experience in the field of communal services, Deblina had previously worked for CINI and Jabala Action Research Organisation. Currently following her passion for welfare pursuits as Community Mobilizer for ANAHAT. A Painter by heart, she likes to read story books and is addicted to Music.

Tripti Mukherjee

Assistant Program Coordinator

Growing up in a world full of inequity and discrimination, Tripti’s vision has always been to see every individual lead a free and a dignified life. This pushed her to pursue Masters in Social Work. She hopes to push the needle of change by working for equal opportunities, sustainable living and exploring people’s potential. Tripti is an avid reader who believes in slow-living and working towards making a change in the society.


We are Section 8, not for profit enterprise. We provide 80G and 12A if you choose to donate to us or allocate projects to us. All our legalities, including our Incorporation Certificate, our Section 8 licenses and the tax reductions are given below.

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