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.
- A library and a reading room with 6074 books and 9 periodicals and newspapers.
- A charitable allopathic dispensary (16,450 patients treated) and eye camps (1784 patients were operated on for cataract).
- A coaching centre in a village (100 students this year) and another on Math campus with 55 students.
- Conducting Yuvak Sangha, Taruna Sangha, Balak Sangha, and Balika Sangha (cultural and recreational centres for 80 young men, boys and girls), cultural competitions, seminars and summer retreats for students.
- Daily worship and bhajans, weekly discourses, and retreats.
- Celebration of the birth anniversaries of religious personalities.
- Welfare work by way of distribution of educational aids to school children, and clothes and pecuniary help to the poor and needy.