About Us

About Founder


MrDharmpal Bishnoi is the founder of Shree Guru Jambeshwar Sewa Sansthan. He is a regional manager of a pharmaceutical company in Rajasthan, also is the founder of a private ITI college in Dholpur. He is a great follower of Guru Jambheshwar, the founder of Bishnoism. Bishnoism revolves around 29 rules; these are about preservation of biodiversity, healthy social behavior, personal hygiene, and health. With the ideology of Bishnoism and experience in the health and education sector, he is serving the needy since 2007.

About Organization


Shree Guru Jambeshwar Sewa Sansthan is a non-governmental organization based in Rajasthan founded in the year 2007, working on an issue affecting the urban and rural mass, with a special issue on Education, Agriculture, Environment, Health & Women Empowerment. The SGJSS is trying hard with the community – based efforts to improve the living condition of the deprived section of society. The SGJSS team comprises of people from multidisciplinary and multi-sector backgrounds across the Rajasthan that share a common platform of thinking and do their bit towards the making of a cognitive society, to intending to put collective efforts to work together and gather people who find themselves inspired to uplift the lives of those people who grow with inadequate education, health care, resources, and psychological support – several calls them as “underprivileged”.

Organizational Structure

A Governing Committee consisting of 9 persons elected democratically by its General Body governs SGJSS. Elections on the board are held every five years. SGJSS runs on a fully decentralized management system headed by the Secretary, who is supported by a cadre of professional and administrative staff.

Program and performances are monitored on a regular basis in quarterly review and planning meetings. Eminent experts from the field of management, agriculture, environment, health, women empowerment, and social work, etc. are invited to these meetings.

SGJSS believes in multiplying its efforts through collaboration & partnerships that bring together government, non-government, and corporate in a collaborative process for socio-economic development, improving agriculture, environment, health, and women empowerment. SGJSS puts a lot of emphasis on upgrading the skills and capacities of its staff. For this purpose, need-based training is regularly organized.


We aim to create a development revolution for the marginalized and socio-economically weaker sections of society.


Our mission is the creation of such a society where nobody is deprived of the main current of development. We are determined for the establishment of that society in which everybody possesses ‘Human rights’ with dignity.






Amavasya has a lot of importance in Bishnoi society. In Bishnoi society, Jambhani is known as Amavasya.
Note:-wise and date have been changed after sunrise:
Here are the details of Jambhani Amavasyas and major festivals from January, 2022 to December, 2022:
1.January, 2022 Paush Amavasya, Vikrami Samvat 2078 Will take: 01-01-2022 Saturday At 3:41 pm in the night.Descend: 02-01-2022 Sunday At 12 o'clock in the night.Paush Amavasya Fair: Gadarwada (Madhya Pradesh)
2.February, 2022 Magha Amavasya, Vikrami Samvat 2078 Will take: 31-01-2022 Monday At 2:18 a.m. a day. Descend: 01-02-2022 Tuesday At 11:15 a day. Magh Amavasya Mela:- Indranagar (Phalodi), Khategaon (MP) and Maharana Dhora (Punjab) Date: 01 February, 2022 Tuesday.
3. March, 2022, Falguni Amavasya, Vikrami Samvat 2078 Will take: 01-03-2022 Tuesday At 01.00 pm in the night. Descend: 02-03-2022 WednesdayAt 11:04 pm. Falguni Fair: Muktidham, Mukam, Sambhrathal, Pipasar, Kanth (UP) Date: 02-03 2022 Chaitra Amavasya Fair:- Jambholao, Lodipur (UP), Sondi (Barmer), Malwara, Sarnau, Gudamalani Date: 01-04-2022 Holi: 17th March, Holi Pahal: 18th March, 2022
4. April, 2022 Chaitra Amavasya, Vikrami Samvat, 2078 Will take: 31-03-2022 Thursday At 12:22 a day.Descend: 01-04-2022 Friday At 11:53 pm a day.Velhoji Parlok Gaman Chaitra Shukla Ekadashi Fair Ramdawas Date: 12-04-2022
5.April, 2022 Vaishakh Amavas Vikrami Samvat, 2079 Will take: 29-04-2022 Friday At 12.57 pm at night. Descend: 30-04-2022 Saturday At 01:57 pm in the night. Vaishakh Amavas Mela: Osian, Shaheed Ganga Ram Jani Shaheedi Mela: Nehra, Tuesday, April 26, 2022.
6. May, 2022 Amavasya of Jyeshtha, Vikrami Samvat 2079 Will take: 29-05-2022 Sunday At 2:55 am a day. Descend: 30-05-2022 Monday At 4:59 pm a day.
7. June, 2022 Amavasya of Ashadh, Vikrami Samvat 2079 Will take: 28-06-2022 Tuesday At 5:53 am in the morning. Descend: 29-06-2022 Wednesday At 8.21 am in the morning.
8. July, 2022 Sawan Amavasya, Vikrami Samvat 2079 Will take: 27-07-2022 Wednesday At 9.11 pm at night. Descend: 28-07-2022 Thursday At 11:24 pm.Sawan Amavas Fair: Barasan Date: 28-07-2022
9. August, 2022 Bhadwa's new moon, Vikrami Samvat 2079 Will take: 26-08-2022 Friday At 12:24 a day. Descend: 27-08-2022 Saturday At 1:46 am in the day.Gangaram Isharwal Martyr Fair:Friday August 12, 2022 Sri Guru Jambheshwar and Shri Krishna Janmashtami: Pipasar, Hisar, Dabwali, Saktakheda, Maharana Dhora, Himmatpura, Jodhpur, Lohawat, Lamba, Fitkasani, Dhorimanna, Malwara 19-08-2022
10. September, 2022 Amavasya of Asoj, Vikrami Samvat 2079 Will take: 24-09-2022 Saturday At 03:12 in the night.Descend: 25-09-2022 Sunday
At 03:24 pm. Khejadli Mahabalidan Martyr Fair: Bhadwa Sudi Dasami Date: 05-09-2022 Madha Mela: Jambholao 10-09-2022 Full Moon Saturday Asauj Amavas Fair: Muktidham, Mukam 25-09-2022
11. October, 2022 Kartik Amavasya, Vikrami Samvat 2079 Will take: 24-10-2022 Monday At 05:27 pm. Descend: 25-10-2022 TuesdayAt 04:18 a day. Shiromani Bishnoi Panth Foundation Day Fair: Sambharthal Dhora, Delhi, Abohar, Manki, Fatehabad Date: 18-10-2022
12. November, 2022 Margashirsha Amavasya, Vikrami Samvat 2079 Will take: 23-11-2022 Wednesday Before sunrise at 06:53 in the morning.Descend: 23-11-2022 Wednesday At 04:26 after midnight. Sadguru Shree Jambheshwar Bhagwan Mahanirvana Day (Chilat Navami) Fair: Lalasar Sathiri, Chainpura, Guda Bishnoyan Mingsar Badi Navami Date: 18-11-2022
13. December, 2022 Amavasya of Paush Vikrami Samvat 2079 December, 2022 Will take: 22-12-2022 Thursday At 07:13 pm. Descend: 23-12-2022 Friday At 03:46 a day. Birbalram Khichad Martyr Fair in Lohawat: 17-12-2022 Saturday



Supporting Rural Farmers

he human capital which we have gathered in our journey has exceled by translating the applied humanist philosophy of agricultural communities. In the present state of transformation in India, we continue to strive for participatory and sustainable development in the region. We have taken up the task of improving rural infrastructure, rural human resources, and diversification of rural livelihoods to restore a more sustainable pattern of development in the region. We celebrate and strive for a just human development pattern.

Supporting Rural Farmers

Health and Checkups Activities

Even after decades of freedom, India is struggling to provide basic health services to its people. According to government sources, in India 45 children die every hour due to respiratory infections. 1 child dies every 2 minutes due to diarrhoea. And annually, about 2 million children under 5 years of age die due to preventable diseases. Ours is an NGO for health check-up camps in Jaipur. We conduct general health check up programs that helps in diagnosing the exact condition of people. Our program conducts free health check up by well-trained and educated doctors as we know that precaution is better than cure.

Health and Checkups Activities

 Dots Antional, TB Control Programme

Our organisation also conduct Some government projects like DOTS Antional revised TB control programme and other programmes like this.Our main Objective is to reduce the incidence of and mortality due to TB and prevent further emergence of drug resistance and effectively manage drug-resistant TB cases

Dots Antional, TB Control Programme

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