Akhil Bhariya Mali Mahasangh is a Mali community online informatial website and matrimonial portal for Mali Samaj. ABM Mahasangh gathers potential list of members from the different part of the india. We are dedicated towards to make the communication channel between the different peoples of the Mali Samaj Cmmunity. At ABM Mahasangh, we Provide the Member regstraion frm th different part of India. At ABM Mahasangh, we provide the best match to find the perfect soul mate.
Our Initiative Akhil Bhartiya Mali Mahasangh
Mr. Shankarrao Linge is actively participating in the social activities of the society from past so many years. He is the Chair person of Akhil Bhartiya Mali Mahasangh Solapur. He is actively participating in the social and cultural activities of the Mali Community. For contribution of new era and the active participation of the society to find the perfect soul mate through easy medium and restriction less operation a small initiative of website is taken.
The reason for ABM Mahasangh website initiative
In Mali Community, the major number of people generally lives in remote villages and also many community peoples are working in Big cities of various states and abroad for getting their livelihood., which raise big problems to find a perfect match because of lack of information between each other. Also in gathering the community publications paper printed books does not provide require information, also time taking(wasting) approach. To avoid these major complications, ABM Mahasangh website initiative is taken. Here regstartion process is forbecome a members of the Malimahasangh which satrts from nominal ₹10.00 to ₹500.00. One time registration: 500 rs. is the nominal contribution registration charge fro matrimonial portal, and your registration is applicable till you find a perfect soul mate with a list of thousands of eligible community members. Whereas other matrimonial websites charge you thousands of rupees. We guarantee you for the 100% security of the profile photos in the websites.
Jyotiba Phule was a pioneer in the field of women’s education. At a time when women were among the most downtrodden sections of the society, Jyotiba’s endeavor to educate them came as a shock to everyone. But he persisted and built many schools for girls from different backgrounds. In order to oppose the practice of untouchability, Jyotiba and his wife Savitri Bai let the so-called lower caste people openly into their house and let them draw water from their well. This angered people of his own caste, but he never bothered about what others thought.