About Us

Rajanna Foundation (erstwhile Rajanna Trust registered in 1999) is inspired by the work and life of farmer, reformer, fighter and leader of masses, teacher and mentor, social worker, poet, playwright, novelist & philosopher, legislator, parliamentarian and Raja Guru, Sri P Rajagopal Naidu (1920-1997), fondly called as Rajanna.

The Foundation is the CSR arm of the $1.75 billion Amara Raja Group and was formed to carry forward Rajanna’s ideologies and philanthropic activities to the communities at large.

As the CSR wing of the Amara Raja Group, the Foundation is instrumental in executing group's social responsibility activities in the areas of Education & Literacy, Skills development, Health & Nutrition, Environment & Natural Resource Management, Food and Agriculture, Art & Culture, Village Development, Employment, Rural Development & Poverty Alleviation, Women Development & Empowerment, and more. The Rajanna Foundation and Amara Raja Group strongly believe in a direct delivery model in delivering social responsibility.

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Focus Areas


Under the Amara Raja Educational Society, constructed and operating three schools at Karakambadi, Petamitta and Diguvamagham.

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Skill Development

Under the Amara Raja Skill Development Centre, students from rural areas are trained on various skills thus bridging the talent gap in the society

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Drinking Water

Supply of safe drinking water being done in both Diguvamagham and Petamitta villages in Chittoor district

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Construction of buildings like Banks, Telephone exchanges and temples in the villages in the Chittoor district

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Village Development

Under the initiative of facilitating overall rural growth, the Foundation works closely with partners to adopt and develop a few villages in the State of Andhra Pradesh

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Agriculture and Irrigation

To support the farming and rural population, the Foundation has constructed around 23 check dams and has deepened 6 existing lakes

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As a socially responsible organisation, Foundation is developing 222 acres of barren hillock with green cover in Pemmugutta in Chittoor district

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To provide quality healthcare facilities to the rural population, the Foundation is working closely in developing and maintaining PHCs

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Stories of Transformation

Training Rural India through ARSDC
A Life Changing Experience with ARSDC
Mangal Vidyalayam - A Student Perspective
Making every farmer a stakeholder