Ramakrishna Math and Ramakrishna Mission, Agartala

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Ramakrishna Mission Vidyalaya, Agartala

Ramakrishna Math & Ramakrishna Mission
P.O. Viveknagar, (Near Amtali Bazar), Agartala, Tripura (West) 799 130, India
Phone: 0381-2374 222 / 2370 333; Mobile : 70054 36510; Telefax: 0381-237 0333
E-mail: [email protected]Website: www.rkmagartala.org

Institution: School
Phone: 237 0333

Sub Centre(s):

Ramakrishna Mission
Gangail Road, Agartala, Tripura (West) 799 001, India
Phone: 0381-2324024

Ramakrishna Mission
Assam-Agartala Road, Dhaleswar, Agartala, Tripura (West) 799 007, India
Phone: 232 0220, 081319 55537(M)

The Math centre was started in 1966 and taken over in 1989.

Activities of the Math centre:

  • Daily worship, religious classes, devotees’ conventions, and the annual Ramakrishna Mela.
  • Guiding study circles for local youths and devotees.
  • Under the Rubber Tapping Programme, undertaken in collaboration with the Regional Rubber Board, the centre trained 121 tribal and non-tribal youths.
  • Pecuniary help to needy persons.

The Mission centre at Viveknagar was opened in 1989.

Activities of the Mission centre:

  • A large educational complex, mainly for tribals. It had 850 students, including 135 tribal boarders. The attached library had 11,463 books and 20 periodicals and newspapers.
  • An Industrial Training Institute with 217 students.
  • A charitable dispensary with allopathic, homeopathic and ayurvedic sections which treated 17,734 cases.  Besides, a blood donation camp was held in which 42 persons donated blood.
  • A mobile medical unit, which served 20,764 patients through 216 camps.
  • A unit of Gadadhar Abhyudaya Prakalpa for 55 needy children.
  • Welfare work by way of distribution of milk, blankets and garments to the poor and needy.

The Mission sub-centre at Gangail Road, started in 1950 and taken over in 1985, was the main centre from 1985 to 1989.

Activities of Gangail Road sub-centre:

  • A free students’ home with 14 boys.
  • Six health camps (338 patients treated) and a homeopathy dispensary (283 patients treated).
  • Weekly discourses on values education.
  • Daily worship, religious discourses, and celebration of the birth anniversaries of religious personages.

The Mission sub-centre at Dhaleswar was started in 1996.

Activities of Dhaleswar sub-centre:

  • A free students’ home with 23 boys.
  • Daily prayer, weekly religious discourses, and celebration of festivals such as Durga Puja, Kali Puja, Christmas Eve, etc.
  • A dispensary, which treated 31,638 patients.
  • Welfare work by way of providing accommodation to students and distribution of food, clothes and study materials to the poor.
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Temple at Dhaleswar
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