Man is the basic thing and man-making is the fundamental work. Every kind of works from personal life to society depends on the quality of the concerned people, which is ruled by their character. Again character can also be built through practice. So we should not lose hope and try to do practice for improvement of our life.
An individual may, of course, attempt at man-making with himself or others. But, to make a serious attempt everywhere and not to leave it as casual endeavors of a few, an organized effort that will cover all parts of the country is essential. And that is the idea behind the Mahamandal.
A large number of units of the Mahamandal distribute clothes and garments among poor people of the locality on the eve of Durga Puja, Swami Vivekananda’s Birthday, Independence Day etc. Blankets and woolen garments were also distributed among poor people before the onset of winter. On an average 4-5 lakhs rupees are spent annually in this regard by the units of Mahamandal.