Corporate Social Responsibility

Since Indian Ceramic House's inception, our mission has been to give back to society. Keeping that in mind, our founder O.P. Agarwal set up a charitable trust, Hardayal Viklang Kendra (HVK), in 1997. The aim of the organization/ trust is to uplift the standard of living of the disabled by providing free treatment (prosthetic limbs, crutches and calipers). Today, the trust is headed by Sunil Agarwal and other members of the Agarwal family.

Till date, HVK has treated over 40,000 patients. ICH's employees, our partners and various volunteers ensure efficient functioning of HVK events and host the medical treatment clinics at the firm's premises in Agra.

our mission

O.P. Agarwal our founder

Hardayal Viklang Kendra was founded to alleviate the grievances faced by handicapped “Divyangjan’ people in India. Our focus was to provide a solution that can equip handicapped people to live ordinary lives with comfort and dignity.

The Parent trust Hardayal Foundation Trust is registered under the Trust Act and all donations are subjected to 80G exemption under the Income Tax act.


On the first Thursday of every month, Hardayal Viklang Seva Kendra aims to uplift the disabled into leading a regular, active and normal life. A charitable organisation that thrives in bringing a smile to the faces of many disabled patients in Northern India and channels its efforts to provide a higher standard of living to the less fortunate.

Awareness Camps

HVK partners with local hospitals to hold awareness camps on diseases and hygiene to promote healthy living amongst communities

Employment Opportunities

HVK invites local businesses to set up HR clinics during camps to give handicapped people access to a better quality of life.


Environment Protection

HVK imparts education on civic responsibility and the importance of caring for the environment to help build a better tomorrow.


Hardayal Viklang Kendra renders all services free of cost and continues to uplift the disabled.

Founded in 1997
Treated over 40000 people
Specialist teams from Delhi & Jaipur
Given over 35000 limbs, crutches and callipers