About Muvi Foundation


We believe that mere accumulation of knowledge is insufficient. We should be able to imbibe social and economic values and learn to uplift society and the downtrodden.


We believe every being on this earth possess enormous power irrespective of their economic status and their gender. We want to help then realize the abilities and potential which they possess, perhaps for the first time. Realization is the foundation for all great achievements because it boosts confidence, energy, and self-assurance.


We believe in inspiring people to be their best. People watch what you do more than they listen to what you say. So, we want to be a good example. We want to be able to inspire others to achieve, to succeed and to live.


We always looked for ways by which we could give back to the society and to the needy. Hence, Muvi Foundation was started – to inspire, to help, to strengthen, to empower our entire community. We believe in doing our little bit and giving effort. Muvians, with a great deal of determination are on a way to bring happiness and peace.


What is 10% Mantra? Muvi Foundation will use 10% of the profit from Muvi annually for the betterment of humankind. We strongly believe that giving 10% of our profitable income to effective charity programs can make an incredible difference to some of the most deprived people in the world.


Anshuman Das

Anshuman is a serial entrepreneur. He likes discussing ideas – any kind of product, business or technology ideas. He is currently based in New York.

"The smallest act of kindness is worth more than the grandest intention."



Muvi Foundation Celebrates a Special Independance Day with Bhima Bhoi School For The Blind

The trees on both sides of the roads were decorated with flowers & light. We could sense the independence in the air by the presence of drums & drills, children’s uniforms, a parade by cadets, & the Indian National flag is ready to be hoisted in every organization & institution. But for us, this independence day was a little special.

It was special because – pupils with whom we celebrated the independence day, the national anthem was playing on a mute mode for them. But they recited it correctly with their sign language. And for some other pupils, the world is dark forever. They don’t know what the flag looks like, what a human being looks like, or what they themselves look like! Yes, we celebrated this independence day with Bhim Bhoi Blind, Deaf & Dumb School, located in the heart of Bhubaneswar. Accommodating around 300+ students from Standard-I to Intermediate(+2), most of them are hostelites. Staying far from their families, trying to work hard, study hard so that they can also have a better life to live!

We thought to make this independence day a little extra-ordinary for all the special children by giving them something they normally don’t get. Yes, we distributed a special snack packet that consisted of burgers, cutlets, pastries, etc. Even though they get regular food in their hostel, the menu is mostly limited. Having very limited food options, they were so excited at the thought of having burgers and pizzas for breakfast- things that a regular kid is privileged to have on a daily basis! So we thought of offering these special children something that a kid often loves to have.

We reached the venue at around 6.45 am in the morning & attended the flag hoisting ceremony at the deaf school first. All of us from the MUVI Foundation experienced a silent version of our national anthem for the very first time, but we all could understand every wording in a detailed & clear manner through their sign language. It was truly exhilarating!

Soon after the flag hoisting was done, we distributed the snack packets among the students & staff there. Then we moved to the blind school on the next campus and distributed snacks there. We spent around 2 hours there but it felt like eternity – their warmth and love was spellbinding to say the least!. We bid adieu to all lovable students with a promise to return back to them soon. Their happiness and love was all we gained! 

After this event, we again visited the school after a few days for another activity. the main motto was helping spread the magic of education to all.

“The ability to read, write, and analyze; the confidence to stand up and demand justice and equality; the qualifications and connections to get your foot in the door and take your seat at the table – all of that starts with education.” – Michelle Obama

Yes, education is the basic right of every child. During our last event with the blind, deaf & dumb school, we found out that this year the government has opened the intermediate wing for +2. There are 28 students who came from different parts of the state, most of them belonging to a very poor background. The only way they receive the education is from the classroom and they can’t even afford textbooks. When teachers teach a particular subject to them using sign language, they all try to make some notes out of it and study.

It was our duty to help these needy students. We decided to help them by providing a complete set of textbooks which included, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Arts, language, & IT. By the time we reached the school, the students were so happy that they all were waiting for us to receive the books. The contagious smiles were truly a spectacle to watch!

This may appear as a small thing, but the blessings and smiles we received that day were more precious than anything else in the world! It also provided motivation to us to do good in the coming future. We felt happy that our MUVI foundation was helpful to society in terms of education.  

Muvi Foundation Organizes Clothes Donation Camp to Destitutes in SCB Medical College & Hospital

“On the 15th of July, around 9.30 am, it was raining so badly that we all had second thoughts about this event. It was nearly impossible to drive or see through the roads, roads were packed with rain waters and vehicles were so stuck at the road. But despite anything, we thought of visiting the destination to do our work, and it was completely worth going.

A couple of weeks ago, when we first met the superintendent of SCB and came to know about the special wards for the destitute, it was shocking and surprising for us. We actually wanted to extend our help to the needy from the Cormondol train incident but came to know that most of them recovered well and got support from many other sources. So, the Superintendent Prof. Dr. Sudhansu Sekhar Mishra, expressed his interest in talking about their special ward for the destitute.

These destitute are loners and they have no one from their families to even attend them at the hospital. And the saddest part is, even if they get cured, there is no one to welcome them home. Yes. This is the sad reality they live in. A popularly known hospital named SCB Medical College & Hospital, Cuttack, which is one of the oldest and most famous hospitals in Odisha, has such a department for the destitute.

There are around 200 such patients in different wards such as medicine, orthopedic, surgery & physiatry. Most of the patients have lost their mental well-being. They came from different places, through some NGOs or the public. Thankfully, SCB has taken the initiative to give them all sorts of medication, food, and necessary needs. But due to a limitation in fund, they also struggle a lot for a better life.  There are around 5 attendants for all such patients, who struggle for a timely salary. The patients don’t have proper clothes too except for the ones provided by the medical itself. 

So hearing all this, we decided to extend our help to provide them with two sets of clothes. On the 15th of July, Saturday, we started with bad weather but we were convinced that we will reach there and do our duty as committed. Thankfully, we reached in time and started visiting different wards to donate the clothes we got. No photography was allowed inside the wards as the area was extremely sensitive. It was so disturbing to see the patients in such a state too, as most of them were mentally unstable. There were mostly elderly people and they all were so happy to see us. The superintendent along with his staff also joined us to distribute the clothes among the patients that day. 

Helping the needy is a compassionate and altruistic act that can have a positive impact on individuals and communities. There are numerous positiveness to engaging in activities that assist those in need, and that’s why we always say that every MUVIan is empowered to help anyone who’s needy around them. 

Ultimately, helping the needy is an opportunity to extend compassion, make a positive impact, and contribute to a more equitable and inclusive world. 
This particular event was so close to all of us as we got to see life a little closure this time. Every time we help a little, we gain a little blessings and happiness. We just hope to do more such good work in the coming days. “

Muvi Foundation Reaches out to the Transgender Community on Women’s Day

“There’s a saying “There is no such thing as race. None. There is just a human race — scientifically, anthropologically”.

And we truly believe in humanity beyond any other race. That’s why we thought of extending our help to one of the most ignored groups, ‘Transgenders’ this time. 

We came to know about a small colony of around 35 transgenders consisting of small children who are being ignored by their parents and hatred by society due to their different gender. They live in a slum area based in the heart of the city, Bhubaneswar, yet they are far apart from the basic facilities like having proper clothes, drinking water, a bed, and other amenities. Their life is not so glorious and the living is so minimal that most of the house in that slum area doesn’t even have a light at night. They are struggling with the day to day survival as sometimes they earn nothing at all. 

When we came to know about their situation and wanted to extend our help to them, they were so happy and asked us if we can provide them with some Stand fans and a cooler for their community hall! We were happy to facilitate with them the said commodities.

We wanted to celebrate this women’s day in a special term and this is how we celebrated our women’s day. Every one of them was delightedly blushing and received the fans so happy as this will surely help them during the hot summer days in Bhubaneswar. We felt so privileged to spend some time with them and collected their blessings.”


Winter is always a hard time for those without proper arrangements to cope up with the cold. And to make this situation a bit better for the elderly people, Muvi Foundation has recently executed a donation campaign for an old-age home. There are a lot of old people in the old-age home who are living without proper facilities and Muvi has recently taken this initiative to make their life comfortable in this winter.

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Muvi Foundation organises Blood Donation Camp as part of Annual Week Celebrations

Commemorating Muvi’s foundation month, Muvian’s came together for an evening of fun and frolic as we wrapped up our annual week. As a part of our celebrations and means of giving back to society, Muvi Foundation teamed up with the Indian Red Cross Society, Bhubaneshwar Chapter along with Commissionerate Police, Bhubaneshwar and Cuttack to organise a ‘Blood Donation Camp’ on the 26th of August 2022. 

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Installation of the complete solar panel set up in an old age home

Date: 19th November 2021

After a long break due to this pandemic situation, we organized another foundation activity program. Initially, we thought of spending some time with an old age home but when we came to know about their situation, we couldn’t resist ourselves to help them out from their bad situation.
The old age home is located around 10kms away from Rasulgarh and has around 22 abandoned parents. They all have their own struggle stories and all of them suffered a lot in their life. Few have even lost their mental stability after being betrayed by their own children. By God’s grace, they are somehow being spotted by the owner of the old age home, who is a kind person and runs 3 such old age homes on his own with around 74 people.

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Donating Blankets in a tribal village

After a long break due to the Corona Pandemic, we started our social activity programs again for the society with a good note. This time, we thought of donating some warm clothes to some needy people based outskirts of the city. We started early morning, around 8 am on this cozy winter morning. We took help from Chandaka Police station to locate this tribal village. We were fortunate to get the company of 6 police officers to be with us and being a part of this noble cause.

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PPE Kit donation to Commissionerate Police

The Covid-19 pandemic has changed our life with an immediate effect. There is a vast difference between life before six months and now. Many people have lost their lives and jobs, with no certainty when this new normal will become a thing of the past. In these self-quarantining times, the real heroes are the doctors, police personnel, municipality employees who are exposed to this threat every day, and working day and night for the social well-being.

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Food Distribution Program

Corona Pandemic has adversely affected all our lives and the daily wage earners, people living below the line of poverty are worst hit. Muvi Foundation has been dedicatedly contributing towards society whenever and wherever there is a need. This is a time, we stand in solidarity with efforts made by our government, NGOs and many social workers worldwide. Without any donations or funding, Muvi Foundation has been continuously serving the mankind during this difficult hour. It is solely run on the fund from Muvi, software product development company in Bhubaneswar.

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Fight Against COVID-19

Muvi Foundation has donated Rs 1 lakhs towards the Prime Minister’s Citizen Assistance and Relief in Emergency Situations Fund (PM CARES Fund) and Chief Minister’s Relief Fund to fight against COVID-19 pandemic.

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