1981: The work began informally as a collective
      1982: A poster Exhibition ‘Mee Ek Manjushri’ to raise awareness on domestic violence.
      1983: ‘Speak Out Centre’ began
      1986: A meeting was organised with the owners of Mangal Karyalaya on the issue of Dowry prohibition
      1987: A ‘Torch March’ was organised at night time on the issue of safety of women
      1987: Formal incorporation of Nari Samata Manch as a Trust and a Society.
      1993-2005: Nari Samata Manch run a ‘Short Stay Home’ for women in distress.
      1998: work began in Tribal areas of Pune district
      1999: A Seminar on ‘Women and Print Media’
      2000: Conference on ‘Self Esteem’ of women.
      2001: A seminar on the issue of ‘Bride burning’.
      2002: Campaign for peace ‘Aman Ke Raste’.
      2003: Conference on the issue of ‘Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace’.
      2003: Gender Study in Rural Water Supply and Sanitation: A Policy Research for Government of Maharashtra.
      2001: Beginning of work with Katkari community, a Particularly Vulnerable Tribe in Maharashtra.
      2003-2005: A successful legal fight to get Caste Certificates to Katkari people in Pune district.
      2007-08: Katkari Khelghars initiated in Mulshi block of Pune district.
      2008: ‘Purush Samvad Kendra’ began.
      2011: A work to engage men in reducing violence against women began in Bhor block.
      2012: A study of Health of Katkari Women in Mulshi block.
      2015: Purushbhan Conference in Pune.
      2016: Decentralised conferences on Purushbhan in Bhor block.