In the Bundelkhand, two rural folks came up with the social responsibility to work with the people residing in the rural areas nearby. Mr. Shobhit Pratap Singh and Mr. Pushpendra Singh developed their union to serve the rural populace.
In 2008, these two young, dynamic and energetic youths formed an informal group of rural people and started social initiatives based on health and education. This young group organized various health camps, interactive sessions in rural primary schools and sessions with the community on development and many more.
At a later stage the group realized its limitations and the idea of formal registration of the group was born. In May 2012, the group was registered under the name of Lakshaya Rural Development Center (LRDC) with a team that comprised of Rural Development Practitioners, Social Workers, Social Entrepreneurs, Farmers and Wage labourers.
At present, LRDC is working on various thematic social courses in many villages of the Bundelkhand region. LRDC also takes social problems from the community level to the policy level of State through the medium of advocacy.