Ramakrishna Math, Halasuru, Bengaluru

Founded in 1906, this ashrama remained a sub-centre of the Bengaluru (Bull Temple Road) centre till December 1998. It was made a full-fledged branch of the Ramakrishna Math in 1999.


  1. A library and a reading room with 7558 books and 28 periodicals and newspapers.
  2. A charitable allopathic dispensary (24,021 patients treated) and eye camps (322 patients were operated on for cataract).
  3. A coaching centre in a village (100 students) and another on the Math campus with 50 students.
  4. Conducting Yuvak Sangha and Balak Sangha (cultural and recreational centres for 35 young men and boys), cultural competitions, seminars and summer retreats for 125 students.
  5. Daily worship and bhajans, weekly discourses in the ashrama and elsewhere and retreats.
  6. Celebration of the birth anniversaries of Sri Ramakrishna, Holy Mother Sri Sarada Devi, Swami Vivekananda, other religious personalities.
  7. Welfare work by way of distribution of educational aids to school children, and clothes and pecuniary help to the poor and needy.