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We came across few lands in Mysore road that are extremely dry not fit to cultivate. The educational institutions, which we have planned, would be the base. Their the living conditions of people also need lot of encouragement/improvement. The people are quite happy and eager to want to see their children’s dreams and aspiration come real in reality through education. The people over there have no proper hospital facilities, water facilities, market facilities, school facilities, transport facilities, unemployment etc., ultimately they have to travel a lot to acquire and avail the facilities. The people only have lands at their disposal but no source to meet their needs. Its like the lakes without any fishes that are dry and stinky.

Keeping their zeal and fervent spirit alive, Revelation Educational Trust planned to plant educational institutions to meet all their needs under one roof in Mysore Road, Karnataka, India. As all are aware Education is the right tool for children to boost their spirits and dreams. How rightly said,

“He who opens the school door closes a prison door!”



Free Education

We will assist to get free education

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Free Food

We will assist to get free food


I Can Make A Difference

In 1987, a 74-year old rickshaw puller by the name of Bai Fangli came back to his hometown planning to retire from his backbreaking job. There, he saw children working in the fields, because they were too poor to afford school fees.

Bai returned to Tianjin and went back to work as a rickshaw puller, taking a modest accommodation next to the railway station. He waited for clients 24 hours a day, ate simple food and wore discarded second-hand clothes he found. He gave all of his hard-earned earnings to support children who could not afford education.

In 2001, he drove his rickshaw to Tianjin YaoHua Middle School, to deliver his last installment of money. Nearly 90 years old, he told the students that he couldn’t work any more. All of the students and teachers were moved to tears.

In total, Bai had donated a total of 350,000 yuan to help more than 300 poor students continue with their studies. In 2005, Bai passed away leaving behind an inspiring legacy.

If a rickshaw-puller who wore used clothes and had no education can support 300 children to go to school, imagine what you and I can do with the resources we have to bring about positive change in our world!


In India today, 4% of all children never start school, 58% don’t complete primary schools, 90% don’t complete secondary school, and only 10% of children go on to college. Therefore, despite an initially high rate of enrollment, drop-out rates are very high. These drop out rates occur for a number of reasons, the most critical being the poor quality of education in schools.