Yusuf Meherally CentreView mapGrant Road, Mumbai, Maharashtra(Verified Supplier)
The Centre was started in 1961 in memory of Yusuf Meherally, and was formally inaugurated in 1965, by Dr. Zakir Husain, the then Vice-President. The initial objectives were promoting national integration and studying the problems of urbanisation. After 1967, the transformation of urban resources through men, money and material, and with the participation of local people got added as an objective. During 1962-67, cultural and intellectual activities dominated its programme. The Centre was the first to organise an exhibition of Laxman's cartoons. It helped Bangladesh refugees and organised famine relief whenever necessary. Later, rural development became its main activity and a large number of activities were taken up in diverse fields at Tara and around.
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Tardeo, Grant Road (West)
Mumbai - 400007