Rajya Marathi Vikas Sanstha is the autonomous undertaking of Government of Maharashtra's Marathi Bhasha Department. The core objective behind the establishment of this organisation is the development and expansion of Marathi language, using the contemporary tools and mediums. There are two primary functions of this organisation. Firstly, to promote and increase the use of Marathi in various fields. Secondly, to speed up the development of Marathi language.
Maharashtra Government's Marathi Viswakosh Nirmiti Mandal is premiere institution specifically established for the task of creating and updating encyclopedias on various subject matters in the Marathi language. The core aim of this institution is to make the wealth of knowledge easily available and accessible for the Marathi readers and speakers.
Granthasakha in Badlapur was founded by a retired school teacher and a bibliophile, Shyamsundar Joshi, in 2005. The core aim behind the foundation of this unique library is the promotion of Marathi literature and inculcate a passion for reading in audience across ages. The library and its founder played a crucial role in establishment of Pustakanch Gaav by shouldering the gargantuan task of book selection and streamlining the genres.
Thane’s Swatva Foundation is a crowdsourced group of freelance artists, painters and professional who believe in sending a strong social message through their artworks. They shaped and beautified the surroundings of Pustakanch Gaav with detailed murals, paintings and artworks that reflect the various themes of books, genres, thereby enhancing the experience of India’s first ‘Village of Books’ Pustakanch Gaav.