Recognized Placement Agencies in Bangalore for Adoption of Children

Shishu Mandir
17/11, Cambridge Rd., Ulsoor
Bangalore 560008.

Ashraya Children’s Home
Jawan’s Quarters,BDA Park, Double Rd.,
Indiranagar Stage 1, Bangalore 560038.
Ph. 080 25241929 Fax 080 25286195

Society of Sisters of Charity
Holy Angels Convent, c/o Stella Maris Convent,
Malleswaram, Bangalore- 560003.
Ph. 080 27757235 Fax 080 27757235

M/S Canara Bank Relief and Welfare Society
Sevakshetra Hospital Road, 27th Cross, Banashankari 2nd Stage
Bangalore 560070.
Ph. 080 26713421/26717080 Fax 080 26719622

St Michael’s Home/Convent
Good Shepherd Sisters, 80 Feet Road, Indira Nagar Post,
Bangalore 560038.
Ph. 080 25282811 Fax 080 25273944

Vathsalya Charitable Trust
No.717,5th Cross, HRBR 1st Block
Banaswadi, Bangalore 560043
Ph. 080 25457360/ 25459366 Fax 080 25452671

This list was put up as a part of the all-India list, by the Central Adoption Resources Agency. Their website is at 

To see the advertisement in the Deccan Herald of Feb 7,2009, use this link (I am not sure if it will work, as I logged in; if it doesn’t just register yourself  on the DH Epaper, and then log in and go to the epaper of Feb 7,2009) 

Adoption, in India, is a lengthy, and obstacle-laden process. However, there are many people who take this route and have happy families.


  1. Nayantara Mallya says:

    Hi Deepa,

    Good to see this list of recognised placement agencies. Thanks for posting it.

    But, the comment at the end about the length of the process and obstacles is not going to be helpful. There are countless couples taking easy shortcuts like picking up babies from hospitals and arranging private adoptions, just because of misconceptions and misunderstandings about the length of the wait or the obstacles.

    The procedures as laid down by the Central Adoption Resource Authority are in the best interest of the child, as well as birth and adoptive parents. Waiting for a long time is a trade-off for safety and legality of the process, please don’t discourage people with such statements.

    Personally we had a very short and fantastic experience during our adoption process. And many of our members also, of SuDatta Adoptive Parents’ Association, Bangalore. I think positive statements about the legal adoption process would encourage couples to not go for illegal adoptions and live in fear and secrecy all their lives.

    Thanks and regards,
    Nayantara Mallya

  2. somshuvra mukerjee says:

    Respected Sir/Ma’am,

    I am married since the last 6 years and still childless. Though nothing is wrong with me or my husband, I am unable to conceive. We are both working professionals and would like to adopt a girl child preferably who is newly born. I would like to share my love with a child as a mother. I also would like to know that if it is possible to know the child’s actual parentage or family background before adopting.

    Thanks & Regards
    Mrs. S Mukerjee.

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