Shree Machhi Mahajan History

History has been witnessed before India's rule of British rule, Goa, Daman and Diu rule by portugal and the region extending to DamanGanga river and the Arabian Sea on the banks of the river and most of the community people engaged in the fishing business.

The systematic family practice of this society is likely to have been guided by Portuguese governance at the time of having been divided into 18 streets and building a systematic town.

In the year 1901, the leader of the Shree Machhi Mahajan organization was concerned about the all-round development of the society. In addition, in the same year, the religious activities of the society to accelerate in the same year, the Fishermen’s Ishtadev Shri Satyanarayan Bhagwan Mandir has been built.

According to the elders, the motivation and guidance from Guruji, The Samaj leaders also tried to make the religious, economic, social and educational progress of the society in the overall development of the society. As a result, in order to educate the people the Satyanarayan Temple came into existence. They started primary school in the campus of Shri Satyanarayan Mandir. With the independence of India in 1947, Mahatma Gandhi and other politicians wanted the Portuguese rule to end.

In December 1961, when it was taken by India after military action and thereafter Government of India declared Goa, Daman and Diu Union Territories and gave us Assembly at Goa, in Goa assembly to represent the people of Daman and Diu allotted one each legislative member from Daman and Diu.

In 1987/88, Goa got the full state status And Daman and Diu became separate Union Territory under Home Ministry and has allotted one Lok Sabha seat to represent people of Daman and Diu in loksabha from Daman and Diu and Machhi Mahajan community has got opportunity to represent same Lok Sabha seat for five times

With starting of primary school in 1901, Shri Machhi Mahajan School expanded to higher secondary education with both English and Gujarati medium so today we have Machi Mahajan English medium School, Higher secondary School, Gujarati medium School and College of Education (B. Ed college) and Machhi Mahajan education Society hunger for education have not stopped here, they keep on expanding in future.