Thank you for sharing this @souvikg10 our thoughts are also with our community members, their family members and everyone suffering from this devastating Covid surge in India.
Here are some resources I have collected together on charities in India, in case anyone is able to support:
Making the Difference (makingthedifference.in) is helping provide medical supplies such as oxygen and bed for public hospitals and nursing homes in Mumbai as well as meals for those in quarantine and grocery and ration kits to daily wage earners. donatekart.com/MTD/Save-Patients/
Rapid Response (rapidresponse.org.in), India’s premier disaster-response and preparedness service, is seeking donations to provide dry food goods such as rice, dal, salt, and sugar to families across India. http://ketto.org/fundraiser/donate-dry-ration-to-families-struggling-with-hunger-in-covid-second-wave
Breathe India, a fundraiser led by Indian Institutes of Technology alumni in conjunction with the SaveLife Foundation (savelifefoundation.org), is seeking donations to procure effective distribution of oxygen concentrators to hospitals in Delhi. Lack of supplemental oxygen is currently a massive problem amid the COVID surge in India, http://milaap.org/fundraisers/support-arrange-oxygen-concentrators-in-delhi
HelpNow (twitter.com/helpnowindia) is an initiative led by young students in Mumbai to provide quick, 24/7 medical transportation. It is currently seeking donations to ensure adequate supplies and compensate its drivers: http://ketto.org/fundraiser/getHelpNow
Give India, a crowdfunding nonprofit platform created to support India throughout the pandemic, is currently running fundraising campaigns for oxygen supply, food shortages, and women’s reproductive health amid the pandemic: covid.giveindia.org