Live to Heal a Life

For a longh time it seemed to me that life was about to begin - real life. But there were always some obstacles in the way, sometime to be gotten through first, some unfinished business, time still to be served, a debt to be paid. At last it dawned on me that these obstacles were my life.

Surgeries and Healing

There is a light in this world, a healing spirit more powerful than any darkness we may encounter. We sometimes lose sight of this force when there is suffering, too much pain. Then suddenly, the spirit will emerge through the lives of ordinary people who hear a call and answer in extraordinary ways - Mother Teresa

Donate Skin - Save Life

Atijeevan relentlessly works towrads creating awareness among public to come out and register for skin donation.


Struggle is proof that you haven't been conquered, that you refuse to surrender, that victory is still possible, and that you're growing - Jon Walden

Workshops and Skill Training

Its not enough to heal the suffering. A means of sustainance need to be found for complete rehablitation.

Burns Camp

Atijeevan joined hands with SIMS chennai to conduct a burns camp treating more than 20 patients through various reconstructive surgeries.

Monday 11 November 2013

Tuba's Heart Wrenching Story

"On occasion of Eid when whole world is celebrating peace and happiness, there is an unfortunate girls who is confined to her black future thinking what had she done wrong to face this day .."
 This is a heart wrenching song written by Tuba's father Mr. Arif and sung by one of Tuba's relatives on occasion of Eid this year.

We request every one to pray for Tuba and help her in fighting this dark phase of her life.

Download this song to listen to Tuba's story: Link

Wednesday 6 November 2013

Atijeevan Exhibition at Pearl Academy - Pehchaan

"Efforts reap benefits, benefits which arise out of hard work and patience"
Finally, our aim to generate employment saw a positive direction at Pehchaan – Pearl Academy’s reunion in Delhi on 25th Delhi, India. Our products displayed in the exhibition were manufactured by none other than two acid attack survivors themselves, the same resulted in generation of income for them.

Two of our volunteers, Ms.Shradhha Dashottar and Ms.Mitali Joshi graced us with their presence at Hotel Golden Tulip, New Delhi and showcased the home furnishing items as well as ladies garments produced by both the survivors. They continued to explain to the people about our purpose and how they can contribute to it. The main focus of the exhibition remained the fact that the survivors had manufactured the home furnishing item with recycled saris donated by humble ladies across India, collected by our volunteers. The product thus manufactured did not just help the survivors but also were eco friendly. Even the uniqueness of each design was appreciated. It is a stated fact that whatever little revenue was generated from the exhibition was handed over to the survivor.

“I was quite unsure about what response we were going to get and how exactly where people coming to the stall going to react .To my amazement everyone appreciated the products and were showing their willingness to help. We managed to make sale even when it was just an exhibition “quotes Shradhha.

We are thankful to everyone present on the occasion for the enthusiastic response and appreciation for the products. We hope to keep providing work to the survivors, and would need the same encouragement and support from everyone.

A special thanks to Pragya Singh because of whom we could grab such a golden opportunity and make use of it to the fullest. She being alumni of Pearl Academy got us into the picture.

Please keep our spirit alive by showing your support by donating saris and purchasing our products.