Amazing number of social activities are being conducted by Shri. Dilip S.Khanderay. Few of them are mentioned below:
* He worked as a connoisseur of more than 150 classical dance, folk dance competitions all over India.
* He has given 75 talks on dancing before art teachers, artists, school and college students all over Maharashtra.
* Worked as on adviser in many cultural Institutions in Maharashtra, organized number of folk dance competitions for poor and rural artist offering honor and financial help.
* Presented more than 25 programmes on T. V.
* 300 cultural programmes were presented by Shri. Khanderay Kala Mandal, Aurangabad relating to classical dance and folk dance forms of Maharashtra.
* Shri Dilip S. Khanderay has presented dance shows before people during so many festivals; eg. Pune Festival, Goa Mahotsav, Vasant Utsav, Rankala Mohotsav, Vatsalya Mela-Delhi, Asian Soft Ball Competitions, Seminar of the Committee of Olympic Games, Common-wealth Krida Mahotsav, Akhil Bharatiya Sahitya Sammelan, Natya Sammelan, Sant Sahitya Sammelan, Marathwada- Sahitya Sammelan etc.
* He was honored by Maharashtra State Government for his excellent organization of state level Mahila & Purush Kabaddi Competition at Bilori Dist. Nanded. It was done by the Shivajirao Patil Khanderay Pratishthan.
* Every year the S. P. Khanderay Pratishthan honours 15 persons that have been very efficiant and have done excellent work in the field of social & cultural activities.
The peculiarities of variety of folk dance activities of Maharashtra are :
• Naman : Opening lines in praise of God Ganesh. This is the practice continued since thousand of years; and it is the worship of God Ganesh through dance, before the main show of each dancing activity.
• Waghya Murali : Khandoba is the Lord Shiva’s avatar & to pray that Lord Khandoba,Waghya Murali were done the special dance & sings the song. They done all their praying with their Dance,Song,Reading,Writing & everything for their own Lord Khandoba.
• Gondhal : These devotees of Goddess Tuljadevi, Ambadevi, Renuka-mata, Saptashringi mata, the incarnation of Goddess Parvati, worship the Goddess and present the story through music & dance.
• Abhang : The devotees of God Viththal of Pandharpur sing songs, dance and go with loud acclamation to Pandharpur to see him.
• Lezim : Right from the 16th century the farmers in Maharashtra use this peculiar musical instrument along with the small tabor to dance during the crop season.
• Aadivasi Dance : To express joy after the work is over, the Aadivasis Dance, ladies with earthern vessel and gents with a stick.
• Koli Dance : The Koli / fishermen on the western sea shore of Maharashtra, dance in a peculiar way during the Krishnashtami and Ganesh (God) festivals.
• Halgi & Sanai Dance : The laborers dance with a stick in their hand, during Moharrum, Pola and Holi festivals. They have the rhythmical sounds of the small tabor and clarion instruments.
• Andhra Mathurilok Nrutya : The farmers on the border of Andhra Pradesh and Maharashtra perform this dance with earthen pot of head and a lamp on it and go to worship the Village-Goddess during the festive occasion.