Way back in 90’s a group of south Indian brahmin people assemble everyday evening to chat about various topics and activities. There are more than couple of organization in existence to propagate, build and spread our Dharma, culture and arts. On one fine evening they happened to see a bereaved family struggling to carry the body to crematorium. That’s when they realized that there is a need for people to come together to help the bereaved family.
Yes! Brahmana Seva Samiti, Mulund (BSS Mulund) took birth in a park in Mulund west with few likeminded people coming together to establish a social welfare organization for this noble cause. They put their thoughts into action by visiting each and every house of the South Indian community member at Mulund sharing their idea to come up with ‘unique’ services to the community. The initial reaction from the community was somewhat mixed. Few criticized, few appreciated and few had doubts. Irrespective of the opinions and feedbacks, the members set the “Mission” to complete and they achieved their goal with their dedication and commitment to do something for the community.
In the initial years, the group members serviced the community with small amounts collected as membership. The members then decided to form a trust so that they can spread these services in a broader way. The Brahmana Seva Samiti (BSS) was officially registered in 1998 with the first managing committee formed. Since then, there is no looking back, the BSS is now entering into its 21st year of service with a strong membership and patrons of more than 1200.