Prof. Rajendra Singh popularly known as Rajju Bhaiyawa fourth SarSanghchalak of the Rashtriya SwayamsevakSangh (RSS) during year 1994-2000. His whole life was devoted in the service of nation and mankind and is most inspiring example of working selflessly for the Country. His life was inspired from Freedom Fighter Ram Rasad Bismil Ji and M.S. Golwalkar Ji who motivated him to work whole life for the country. The whole life of Prof. Rajendra Singh is a great example to follow for all country men. Under this inspiration, It was decided by some respected citizens interested in social work for betterment of the society to form a Charitable Trust in the memory Prof Rajendra Singh(Rajju Bhaiya) to propagate his vision and philosophy to serve the last man of the country.

Early life:

Rajju Bhaiya’s father Balbir Singh hailed from village Banail in district Bulandshahr. He was good in mathematics. His teacher thought that he should opt for engineering. This is why, sometime in 1915, he landed up at the Roorkee Engineering College, the best in those days. He set up new records. He was a gold medallist in studies and was an athletic champion. A record equaled only once since then. His father Balbir Singh retired as a Chief Engineer (Irrigation). He was the first Indian to be so appointed. He was married to Jwala Devi; ‘jiyaji’ as fondly people remember her. They had five children. Rajju Bhaiya was the middle one.

Rajju Bhaiya was born on 29th January 1921 and after a brief stint at Modern School, Delhi was sent to St. Joseph Nainital for his schooling. He came to Allahabad University in 1939 for his university education. He secured 5th position in the BSc and came 2nd in MSc (Physics). Harish Chandra, the greatest Indian mathematician, was his class fellow in the University days.

Prof. Rajendra Singh alias Rajju Bhaiya joined h the Department of Physics, University of Allahabad. He was one of the finest teachers to have walked in the corridors of the University. However, he left the University in mid 1960's and dedicated his life to social work.

Although formally he join RSS after 1942 but his inclination towards service to the society refrained him from not marrying the girl who as daughter of Army doctor at the age of 20 when was students of B.Sc.


One of the most important beliefs of Singh was: "All people are basically nice. One should deal with every person by believing in his goodness. Anger, jealousy, etc. are the offshoots of his past experiences, which affect his behavior. Primarily every person is nice and everyone is reliable."

Like other Sarsanghchalaks he was a firm believer in the concept of swadeshi and empowering rural economy. Initiating the rural developmental activities, he had declared in 1995 that the utmost priority should be given in making the villages hunger-free, disease-free and educative. Today, there are over 100 villages where the rural development work done by swayamsevaks has inspired the people of surrounding villages and their experiments are being emulated by those people.

Rajju Bhaiya Sasthan Event

A film on life of Rajju Bhaiya by PRSS

Rajju Bhaiya Sainik School

Rajju Bhaiya Interview

Rajju Bhaiya Interview

Shri Krishna Gopal ji on Rajju Bhaiya

Rajju Bhaiya Shradhanjali

History of RSS Sanghchalak

Murli Manohar Joshi ji in Rajju bhaiya memorial lecture

Tributes to Sri Rajju Bhaiya

Sri Rajju Bhaiya Janm Shatabdi Samaroh


The following shall be deemed to be the principal objectives of Prof. Rajendra Singh (RAJJU BHAIYA) SMRITI SANSTHAN.

  • To promote, propagate and implement the Late Prof. Rajendra Singh alias Rajju Bhaiya’s vision, mission, philosophy, thoughts, ideas, writings, citizens right to live with dignity, eradication of discrimination, human rights, welfare of masses, sustainable and people friendly development, environment and ecology, concerns for strong nation and happy citizens of through people and nation friendly initiatives, programmers, projects and by establishing the institutions.
  • To devote, dedicate and work for the cause of value based Education, Health for all, , Eradication of Social Evils, development of farmers and farming, Organic Farming, Integrated Rural Development, Social Harmony, Economy, Skill Development & Up-gradation, Employment, Empowerment of Masses, Social Infrastructure, People Friendly Policies & Governance, Cheap & Fast Justice, Social Integration and Unity, Internal Peace, Balanced & Sustainable Development, National Integration, Communal Harmony, Universal Brotherhood and Global Peace including all other associated subjects.
  • To establish district sub centre(s) and state centre(s) for expansion of activities, programme and projects at district, state, national and international level for fulfilling the main and ancillary objectives.
  • To intervene, communicate and coordinate with the governments and their authorities at local, state and national level on various issues related to common cause and large public interest.
  • To collect, classify, compile, documentation, publish and circulate the Philosophy, Teachings, Thoughts, Ideas, Values, Knowledge, Studies, Work, Photographs, Videos, speeches and Other Works and distribute.
  • To plan, organize and conduct awareness interactions, educative programs, conference, seminars, symposium, round table, lecture, interaction forums and orientation programs for welfare and development.
  • To promote Indian values, ancient literature, traditional art, moral education, culture, history, heritage, traditional music, dance, handicraft, handlooms, paintings and local traditions.
  • To campaign and protect fundamental, democratic, constitutional and human rights and responsibilities without any discrimination of race, religion, caste, color, sex, faith and language.
  • To work on socio-economic studies, research, community development and welfare programs in rural, under developed and urban slums areas.
  • To establish awareness, vocational, primary & Secondary educational, technical, medical, management and other institutions for serving the society at large.
  • To help, arrange assistance and protection for poor, widows, handicapped, orphans, old aged, mentally restarted physically and emotionally handicapped and under privileged sections of society.
  • To study, plan and work for protection and development of environmental and ecology, through afforestation, mass plantation, green cover, waste land management, recycling of waste and all other measures for containing pollution.
  • To collaborate and organize activities for sensitizing people to preserve the natural resources and to maintain the ecological balance of the area.
  • To collaborate and organize and facilitate legal assistance to underprivileged and poor section to fight for securing their rights and justice including family conflicts and other disputes.
  • To publish books, magazines, charts, issue related IEC (Information, Education and Communication) materials and other periodical illustration for generating the income for the trust for the benefit of its aims.
  • To promote traditional therapies like Yoga, Naturopathy, Meditation, Acupressure, Acupuncture, Alternative Therapies, Ayurveda, Homeopathy, Reiki etc.
  • To work for animal welfare including protection, conservation and development of Indian cow and cow family.
  • To acquire land and construct, maintain, alter, improve, develop any building belonging to the trust or works necessary or required for the purpose of the trust.
  • To issue appeals for raising funds and accept gifts, donation subscriptions in cash or in kind and any property either movable or immovable for achieving the objectives.
  • To acquire, purchase or otherwise own or under take on loan or lease or hire temporality or permanently and movable or immovable property necessary or convenient for the furtherance of the objects of the trust.
  • The incomes, earnings, movable / immovable properties of the trust shall be solely utilized and applied towards the promotion of its aims and object only a set forth in the Memorandum of the trust and no profit, thereof shall be paid or transferred directly or indirectly by way of dividends, bonus, profits or in any other manner whatsoever to the present or past members of the trust or to any person claiming through any one or more of the present or the past members.
  • To invest funds and help investment of any funds in the modes of investments from time to time which is in terms of Section 11 (5) Income Tax Act, 1961 or any other law for the time being in force and subsequent amendments thereof from time to time.
  • No member of the trust shall have any personal claim on any moveable or immovable properties of the trust or make any profits, whatsoever, by virtue of this membership.