Rashtrasant Tukdoji Maharaj Sqayampurnata Kendra has been set up in Village Sujlegaon, Taluka naigaon, District Nanded. It is named after the famous Maharashtrian saint Tukdoji Maharaj (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tukdoji_Maharaj)
Tukdoji Maharaj (1909 - 1968) was a spiritual person from Maharashtra, India. He was born in 1909 in a poor family in the village of Yavali in Amaravati District of Maharashtra. Tukdoji was involved in social reforms in the rural regions of Maharashtra, including construction of roads. He wrote Gramgeeta which describes means for village development. Many of the development programs started by him have continued to work efficiently after his death. Tukdoji once attended a World Religions and World Peace Conference in Japan.
The purpose of the centre is to work doing work in such a way as to make the villagers self-reliant. It has taken activities such as partnership farming, building latrines, and now promoting Varunyantra.
The Kendra is neither a registered body nor a NGO but an organization devoted to helping the people solve their problems as they come. There are a set of about 20 volunteers who help in the various activities of the Kendra.