What is Bhasha?

Bhasha is not an acronym. The term 'bhasha' means in most Indian languages, 'language', 'speech', 'definition' or 'voice'. Bhasha Trust was founded in 1996 for study, documentation and conservation of marginal languages. The main areas of interest for Bhasha have been language, arts, culture, education and social harmony. Bhasha's area of work is spread across all States and Union Territories of India. The Ministry of Tribal Affairs, Government of India has recognized Bhasha as a Centre of Excellence. Bhasha is accredited to provide Advisory Services to UNESCO on Intangible Cultural Heritage.

What is Bhasha?

Our Achievements


Bhasha eBooks

Published 128+ titles online, promoting accessibility to knowledge


Microfinance Programme

Supported 48,000 families through 2,200 Self-Help Groups.


People's Linguistic Survey of India

Comprehensive survey of languages across India


Gram Vikas Kendras (Development Services Centres)

Established centres across Gujarat for community development.


Prakriti: Tribal Healthcare Programme

Provided healthcare benefits to tribal patients.


Vidya Non-Formal Education Programme

Educated children for admission to government schools.

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