Empowering individuals living with disabilities.

Our prime objective is to provide prosthesis (Artificial Limb) to the amputees, and Calipers to the polio-afflicted persons. Since 1986, over 3,00,000 artificial limbs and Calipers have been provided free of charge to the needy.


Mukti gets a Scottish touch

Mukti abuzz with activity with the arrival of six-member team from the University of Strathclyde and four prosthetic students, accompanied by two Manipal Institute of Technology Biomedical students.

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Mukti’s Annual day

Mukti celebrated its Annual day on August 4, 2014 by presenting "Moments of Inner Harmony" with Ani Choying Drolma, Founder, Arya Tara School with her melodious chants and soulful music.

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Donors, this month

Mrs. C. Thenmozhi, Madras Ladies Circle 2, Madras Esplanade Ladies Circle 100, Mr. Periyathambi, Madras Spice Ladies Circle 15, Ms Lajwanti & Nandalal Charitable Trust, Mrs. V. Jayashree, Mr. V. Gnanasekaran..

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Mukti Camps

Medical Camps

MUKTI has adopted the simple and easy way of conducting camps by which the mobility fixtures are fitted in rural areas free of cost.

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Educational Integration

Social Empowerment

Mukti's activities include career guidance, job placement and educational integration in schools and colleges.

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Case studies

Every individual case is challenging. Mukti is dedicated to make custom made limbs and hands to amputees and train them in making Mukti foot.

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Success Stories

I vividly remember the pain that I underwent in walking with those heavy metal calipers given by Government hospitals in 2002. I was doing my MBA in one of the Business Schools then..

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