Welcome to Mahatma Awards!
Mahatma Award recognize and celebrate impact leaders and change makers across the globe, who are making social impact and leading the way to a sustainable future. Since its inception, Mahatma Award has honored the most accomplished social and community initiatives within the private and public sector, from sustainability to philanthropy to shared value to corporate social responsibility.
Mahatma Award honor individuals and organizations that leverage their resources, expertise, and talent to make a positive impact for larger good. The Mahatma Award exist to put a spotlight on the most remarkable change makers of our time. The Winners recognized are addressing the incredibly complex and equally severe problems, we face today in our society. Their efforts span global poverty and hunger, disease, education, climate change, disaster response and preparedness and health care accessibility and much more.
The Mahatma Award is founded by social entrepreneur and philanthropist Amit Sachdeva, who is also known as the CSR man of India for his advocacy for Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Bill in India. The award is hosted by Liveweek Group.
If your organization is making sustainability and environmental progress while keeping social responsibility a core part of its operations with the goal of making a lasting impact on the health of the planet and it's people, we encourage you to send in your entries for Mahatma Award 2021.
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MEANING OF 'MAHATMA'
Mahatma is an adaptation of the Sanskrit word mahātman, which literally meant "great-souled." As a general, uncapitalized English noun, "mahatma" can refer to any great person; in India, it is used as a title of love and respect.
When capitalized, however, it usually refers to Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, the great leader, who's life is a story of heroic effort to establish the values of Truth and Non-violence in human life. In pursuing this objective Gandhi became a Mahatma.
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