This ashrama was started elsewhere in 1925 and shifted to its present site in 1931.
- Publication of Kannada books: 7 new titles and 129 reprints were brought out this year.
- Publication of a monthly magazine in Kannada, titled Viveka Prabha (17th year with 14,336 subscribers).
- A library with 18,630 books and 58 newspapers and periodicals.
- Jnanavahini project, under which discourses, personality development programmes, educational and religious exhibitions, etc were organized in various districts of Karnataka with the help of audio-visual aids.
- Rural and tribal welfare work in the tribal belt of Chamarajanagar district, concentrating mainly on agriculture, improving the irrigation system, and providing other inputs.
- Free coaching classes for academically and economically weaker students (390 students this year).
- Regular worship and bhajans, and fortnightly Ramnam Sankirtan.
- Religious classes, occasional lectures in and outside the city, and retreats for students, devotees, etc.
- Celebration of the birth anniversaries of Sri Ramakrishna, Holy Mother Sri Sarada Devi, Swami Vivekananda and other spiritual luminaries.
Sri Ramakrishna Vidyashala: It stands on an extensive plot of land, a five-minute walk from the ashrama.
- A residential higher secondary school with 425 students.
- A library with 20,806 books.
- An astronomical observatory with a computerized telescope.
- An auditorium with 500 seats and a prayer hall to accommodate 400 students.
- A bakery and a dairy.
RIMSE: The Ramakrishna Institute of Moral and Spiritual Education (RIMSE) is housed in an impressive and commodious building. A special feature of the Institute is its beautiful temple with a tall gopuram.
- Two-year Ed. course, with moral and spiritual education as one of the compulsory subjects, (30 students – all residential).
- A well-equipped library with 30,669 books.
- Short-term values education courses for teachers and values orientation workshops for industrial workers and management staff.
- Personality development programme for students.
- Classes on Bhagavad Gita, Upanishads, Bhagavata, etc for the benefit of general public.