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Sanathkumar Foundation

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We are all a part of "Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam" - the entire world is one big family. We constantly endeavor to contribute to the world everything it needs to prosper, flourish and rejuvenate.

We believe the best way to do that is by empowering and nourishing the younger and the older generation of our society.

Our string of services and products are aimed at building an amazing world of possibilities and opportunities.

Scope of work & Objectives

Vision on Wheels
  • Educational Services (Educational consultancy for schools, educating school drop outs, career counselling and co-curricular activities for Govt. School children, Soft skills training for school/college students & working professionals, special education for differently abled children)

  • Community Service (Handicraft workshops, organic farming shops, etc.)

  • Social Service (Cleanliness campaign, making public spaces disabled friendly, etc.)

  • Public awareness programs (Organic farming exhibitions and workshops for public, etc.)

  • Program for Senior Citizens (Active and wholesome living for seniors where they can be actively involved in teaching, organic farming and administrative services)

  • Free Medical Services for rural people

  • Organic Farming – as a fun curriculum for budding children at school, as an engaging activity for adolescent children, as a resourceful profession for college students, as an essential practice for everyone and a necessary knowledge for everyone. 

Sanath Kumar C. D. (05-FEB 1952) is an Indian educationist, author and philosopher. He was raised in a town called Krishnagiri in India. At the age of 2, Mr. Sanath Kumar had a polio attack and lost strength in the left side of his body. While recuperating at a famous hospital in Bangalore, a wrongly administered electric shock treatment made his disability permanent. Later years of his life kept him and his family toiling with various kinds of treatment. Everything went in vain and made him to move on a wheel chair.

This unfortunate situation prevented him from having formal education. As he was continuously under one or the other treatment in many places for the next 20 years, he could not be sent to school. Pushed to his wheel chair, he educated himself through continuous support by his parents and family friends. He grew by developing his reading skills through newspapers and books available at home without any plan.

At the age of 18, he started Kumar & Kumar Typing Institute at Krishnagiri. This institute thrived successfully for 17 years with around 3000 trained and qualified youth not only in typing but also in spoken English, Soft skills and Leadership Qualities.

His keen interest in cricket made him to launch a Cricket club at Krishnagiri in the name of Sir Gary Sobers. He also founded the Dharmapuri Cricket Association and continued as a Secretary for 10 years.

Since childhood, Mr. Sanath Kumar developed a passion for sketching, painting and abstract art. His paintings are regularly exhibited, and the proceedings are dedicated to an Old age Home.

Mr. Sanath Kumar is now pursuing his childhood dream of running schools. He is the founder of a novel line of educational institutions called Cambridge Schools in Krishnagiri district (3 schools), where children learn stress free education, focusing on contributing to the society through a purposeful and happy life. 

He has also created a beautiful haven for senior citizens in a lush atmosphere, where he has designed an exciting life for retired people where they actively involved in teaching, farming, managing small industries among other things.  

A Biopic of Mr. Sanath Kumar was directed by Director Vasanth Sai and it won the National Award for the Best Short Documentary of the year 2017.

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