Belur Math

The Ramakrishna Mission is a registered charitable society helping everyone to work for “One’s own liberation and for the welfare of the world as well.” Its ideals are renunciation and service; and it serves humanity in a spirit of worship of God in all beings, in all possible fields irrespective of caste, creed, etc.
The Ramakrishna Mission has a total of 177 branches out of which 38 are in foreign lands. Its Head Quarters are at Belur Math, in Howrah district, North of Kolkata. The activities of the Mission include:-
(a) Primary relief during floods, famines, cyclones,earthquakes etc. and rehabilitation work later.
(b) Medical services: Mission has 14 major hospitals, 104 dispensaries and 42 mobile dispensaries.
(c) Educational: The Mission runs 6 degree colleges, one Sanskrit college, 5 teacher’s training colleges, 20 higher secondary schools, 135 schools of different grades, 4 polytechnics, 105 hostels

and 5 rural development institutions.
(d) Integrated rural development and tribal development programmes.
(e) Children and youth activities.
(f) Spiritual and cultural activities.
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Message from Sarda Devi

Sarda devi

"I tell you one thing - if you want peace, do not find fault with others. Rather see your own faults. Learn to make the whole world your own. No one is a stranger, my child; the whole world is your own."

Message From Swami Vivekananda

Swami vivekananda

"Neither numbers nor powers nor wealth nor learning nor eloquence nor anything else will prevail, but purity, living the life, in one word, Anubhuti, Realisation. "

Message from Ramakrishana


" The Ultimate Reality is one; but it is personal as well as impersonal, and is indicated by different names (such as God, Ishvar, etc) in different religions."

Thought of the day

"Our first duty is not to hate ourselves, because to advance we must have faith in ourselves first and then in God. Those who have no faith in themselves can never have faith in God."

Swami Vivekananda

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