Our Appeal

Our next programme is to construct a second floor building where more than 100 students can find a room for them. But the hurdle is the money to do it. More than Rupees 20 Lakhs is required for this purpose. Our appeal to the public is to come forward remembering Swami Vivekananda's Prophetic sayings - "It is our privilege to be allowed to be charitable".

Latest News


7th - Nov - 2008

Help them get on their feet. A home in howrah teaches children from underprivileged families to be self -reliant.

{ The Telegraph}
1st - May - 2006

A public exhibition of wide life size 51 paintings for permanent display on Swamiji's life.

{Ananda Bazaar Patrika}
Quote Of The Day

The only definition that can be given of morality is this: That which is selfish is immoral, and that which is unselfish is moral.

- Swami Vivekananda


A Short History

Established in 1977, this non-political socio-religious cultural organization has branched out in many directions. Besides holding daily Puja and Aratrik, it celebrates the Durga Puja, following all the sacred rituals. It holds regular Thursday weekly religious discourses by eminent monks and intellectuals.

It maintains a charitable dispensary of both homeopathic and allopathic, a Free Physiotherapy Unit, conducts a regular night school, a Scouts and Rovers Unit and maintains a Free Vocational Training Centre, with T.V. Repairing, Auto-repairing, Steno-typing, Tailoring, Computer Training, Bookbinding, Embroidery.

Above all it maintains a Free Residential Students Home for 61 poor and destitute boys. After the school, they are trained up in different vocational courses. Many of its boys have built up a successful career and never forget their old alma-mater.

In short, this organization is really inspired with the ideal of Swamiji and his mentor Sri Ramakrishna who advised to look upon Philanthropy as ·Siva-Seva'. It looks forward to help and encouragement from all sections of the society.


Cultural Activities

The Silver Jubilee of this Institution was celebrated in a big way in 2001. Even the Indian Museum & Birla Science Museum participated by sending their big exhibition Cars. Besides holding religious, dramatic and puppet shows, it invited folk artists of Purulia for folk dances. Eminent artists like Ramkumar Chatterjee, Amar Pal and Swagata Lakhsmi Dasgupta participated. It regularly publishes religious booklets highlighting the ideals of humanism of great thinkers. "Mahamanab Swamiji" a short sketch of Swamiji's life and teachings won wide acclaim.


Permanent Art Exhibition:

Not satisfied with such transitory cultural and religious meet this Sangha has thrown open to the public an exhibition of wide life' size 51 paintings for permanent display in its adjoining hall. The colorful dedicated life of this great Indian Savant has been brought out in vivid details highlighting his lessons of philanthropic brotherhood, untouchability and wide wisdom accruing from his "Bharat Parikrama". The famous painters have kindly helped us with their brush after a devoted and penetrating research.