The Institution has its origin during 1995 near Vettucadu, Thiruvananthapuram with a small group of orphans who were either handicapped or mentally challenged. The Institution was initiated by and administered by the sisters of the “Congregation of Sisters of Charity” under the Latin Archdiocese of Trivandrum. Our Vision is “To identify with the Crucified Christ and share the compassionate love with the poor and the needy for their integral liberation”. Our Mission is Integrate prayer and action in life. Make available the services to the poor, uplifting differently abled, caring the old and destitute with the motto of Love, Service and Sacrifice – Total surrender to God. Rub the tears of the people who are being disregarded and out caste from their families, Cater their physical, medical and psychological need, Give food, shelter and medical aid During 2008 the Ashram was shifted to the new house. The residence and chapel was blessed on 17-01—2008 and with 47 inmates and began to function. Certificate of Recognition from the ‘Board of Control for Orphanages and Other Charitable Ones, Kerala’ was granted to Akasha Paravakal with effect from 01-09-2012 which is being renewed after every 4 years.