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  Mukti Mission seeks to provide a "Christ centered home where destitute women and children irrespective of their background are accepted, cared for, transformed, and empowered to be salt and light in the society." 
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Our Name: What Does "Mukti" Mean in the Marathi Language?

"Mukti" means "salvation," "freedom" or "liberation"  in the Marathi language and is pronounced    "Mook-ti" (as in "book-tea.")

Since our opening in 1898 destitute Indian children and women have come to Mukti for shelter and care. Many of these abandoned girls have grown up to be happy and productive contributors to Indian society. 

Mukti girls are serving as nurses, doctors teachers, home makers, professionals and Christian workers. Mukti alumni are helping to transform India and have helped elevate the status of Indian women and children.

Mukti Mission is a faith based non-sectarian Christian organization.  We are working to carry out  Biblical principles which include sharing the love of Christ, caring for the poor,  orphans, widows and others in need.  Mukti provides services to all needy children and adults without regard to religion, race, caste, or ethnic background.
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Our Ministries
Mukti has a full range of ministries targeted to poor and destitute Indian children and women. Some of the things we do include:

  • Homes for the Destitute
  • Education
  • Medical Care
  • Care for the Visually and Physically Handicapped
  • Care for the Mentally Handicapped
  • Care for the Elderly
  • Community Development
  • Nursery and Local adoption (Mukti children are placed into Indian homes only, foreign adoptions are not offered.)

Mukti Mission has a full program providing care for the visually handicapped of all ages

How You Can Help
You can strengthen the work of Mukti by:

  • Praying for Mukti and its activities
  • Donating towards Mukti's expenses
  • Sponsoring Mukti's women and children
  • Volunteering your time and talent in Mukti's regular programs
  • Joining in as a volunteer in Mukti's Promotion and publicity efforts.
  • Hold a presentation at your church or organization. 
  • Contact Mukti councils for more information.


Mukti Mission is a member of the Evangelical Council For Financial Accountability (ECFA.)

 Mukti Mission handles donations with the highest standards of financial integrity.

You can be sure your contributions are spent only for the purposes for which they are intended.  Your support will be a blessing to the Indian women and children who most need your assistance.   


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