Hindustan Times
celebrates the
changemakers of Mumbai.

MERZBAN PATEL

Fondly known as Bawa, Merzban Patel has been nurturing and grooming budding hockey players at the grassroots for 39 years.
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STREE MUKTI SANGHATANA
Established in 1975, the organisation has worked to raise awareness and make policy interventions about equality and justice for women.
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ANAHITA PANDOLE
Obstetrician and gynaecologist AnahitaPandole took on the menace of hoardings in the city.
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CS LAKSHMI
CS Lakshmi’s determined effort has led to Sound and Picture Archives for Research on Women (SPARROW).
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PRITHVI
Prithvi Theatre, set up in 1978,has grown from a platform for plays to becoming the cultural hub of suburban Mumbai.
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ASTRA
Apex Swap Transplant Registry (Astra) is a one-of-its-kind registry that creates and maintains a database of kidney donors and recipients.
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SUMAIRA ABDULALI
SumairaAbdulali set up NGO Awaaz Foundation, dedicated to spreading awareness about and preventing noise pollution.
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PK DAS
Renowned architect working on improving Mumbai’s water-front, conservation of heritage sites & slum redevelopment.
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SUNDAY FRIENDS

Since 2007, Sunday Friends has facilitated around 900 skin donations and 1,100 eye donations.
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BOMBAY NATURAL HISTORY SOCIETY
BNHS was established in 1883 by eight naturalists and hunters, to study natural history and exchange notes.
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SABYASACHI MUKHERJEE
Director of the Chhatrapati Shivaji Sangrahalaya, has worked to make the city’s largest museum an international hub of culture and art.
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KRANTI
Started by Bani Das and Robin Chaurasia, city-based NGO Kranti has been working to better the lives of sex workers’ daughters.
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