Shree Saat Gaam Kansara Samast Panch
During 1942 (AD) Indian Freedom fighting movement (Quit India Movement) against British was at full-fledge.
Also due to the World War II, dearness was at its highest level. There was rationing on the food items.
The situation was very troublesome.
It was very difficult to cope up with the good and bad occasions of the life.
This institution was established during this difficult period of time.
In Vikram Samvat 2000 (1943 AD), the leading gentlemen from Six places (Navsari, Gandevi, Valsad, Pardi, Daman & Tarapore) of Kansara Samaj gathered and held a seven days long meeting at Navsari.
In this meeting, the rules set in VS 1967 (1913 AD) were taken under the consideration to be restructured. After the long discussion, the new rules were set to suggest the methods for celebrating the different occasions of life.
The same rules were lately published in a booklet and distributed among the each houses of Kansara Samaj, so people could learned about them and bound to follow them.
To bring consciousness / awareness in Samaj about newly set rules, a local institute (Panch) was established at every major locations like Navsari, Gandevi, Valsad, Pardi, Daman and Tarapore.
In addition, to bring all 6 institutes under a single roof, a mother institute named "Shree Chha Gaam Kansara Samast Panch" (Madhyastha Panch) was formed.
On 7th Feb. 1971, 7th village (Gaam), Greater Mumbai, was included in above Panch and renamed with the title "Shri Saat Gaam Kansara Samasta Panch", according to the decision made in the general meeting held at Gandevi