Message from our chairman.

Hello, and welcome to Masihi Sahitya Sanstha. As Chairman, I am pleased to introduce you to our purpose and the principles that govern our work. Since its beginning in 1954, we have been committed to enhancing people’s lives via the sharing of books, with an emphasis on education, welfare, and personal development.

Masihi Sahitya Sanstha is founded on the premise that knowledge and education have the potential to alter people’s lives. Our work crosses denominational barriers, striving to assist a wide range of society, with a particular emphasis on rural, semi-urban, and urban areas. We are committed to creating and distributing literature that meets the requirements of all persons, including children, adolescents, students, and educators, among others.

Our books span from spiritual and philosophical works to instructional pamphlets, health-care guidelines, motivating literature, and personal development resources. These tools are intended to inspire, enlighten, and empower people, building a culture of knowledge, compassion, and mutual respect.

Masihi Sahitya Sanstha is more than just a literary club; we also promote social welfare and community duty. We want to break down educational obstacles and encourage literacy in various areas by making our publications accessible and inexpensive. Our commitment to social welfare is also evident in our attempts to assist emerging authors via workshops and seminars, which encourage voices that advocate for constructive change and social upliftment.

As we develop, our aim continues to leverage the power of literature to bridge gaps, promote understanding, and contribute to societal well-being. We are dedicated to innovating and adapting to meet the changing requirements of the communities we serve, ensuring that our work is both relevant and effective.

I cordially encourage you to join us on this path of knowledge, community service, and social welfare. Together, we can make a difference in the lives of many people by fostering a stronger, more informed, and compassionate community.