The ashrama was started in 1928 and made a branch of the Ramakrishna Mission in 1941.
- A charitable dispensary with a dental unit. 53,130 cases were treated this Apart from that, 21 general medical camps were organized at different places in which 14,354 cases were treated.
- Seventeen free eye camps in which 2371 patients were examined, 502 patients underwent cataract surgery.
- A library with 4959 books and 44 periodicals and newspapers.
- A Balak Sangha with 42 boys and a Balika Sangha with 38 girls for imparting values education.
- A free coaching centre with 135 poor slum students and a lending library with 750 books at Pudur in Salem.
- Comprehensive values education programmes on the ashrama premises and colleges (1577 students participated). Inter-school cultural competitions for 1721 students from 30 schools.
- Welfare work by way of providing nutritious meals to poor children daily and occasional distribution of uniforms, educational aids, hygienic kits, scholarships, etc to poor students.
- Religious activities: Daily worship, weekly religious classes, fortnightly Ramnam Sankirtan, bimonthly retreats, and celebration of the birthdays of Sri Ramakrishna, Holy Mother Sri Sarada Devi and Swami Vivekananda.