Ramakrishna Mission Ashrama, Guwahati

Ramakrishna Seva Samity, Guwahati, was founded in 1939. It became a branch of the Ramakrishna Mission in 1968 under the name ‘Ramakrishna Mission Ashrama’. The main campus of the Ashrama,  which was  earlier  in Chatribari, moved to its present site at Ulubari in 1988.


  • A public library.
  • A students’ home for tribal boys.
  • An allopathic-cum-homoeopathic dispensary.
  • A mobile medical unit.
  • Six medical camps.
  • A health awareness camp.
  • Three units of Gadadhar Abhyudaya Prakalpa.
  • A publication department that published 2 new titles and 1 reprint in Assamese (total 9 titles in circulation) and a quarterly magazine in Assamese, Vivek Bhaskar.
  • Religious activities: Daily worship, weekly religious classes, spiritual retreats, and celebration of the birthdays of the Holy Trio and other religious personalities and major religious festivals.
  • Welfare activities: Providing sewing machines, clothes, winter garments, educational kits, hygienic kits, and pecuniary, medical and educational assistance.