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Ramakrishna Math and Ramakrishna Mission, Viveknagar (Agartala)
Ramakrishna Math and Ramakrishna Mission
P.O. Viveknagar (near Amtali Bazar)
Agartala, West Tripura, Tripura 799130
Phone : 0381-223 0222
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Agartala, Tripura (W) 799001
Phone : 0381-232 4024
Agartala, Tripura (W) 799007
Phone : +918131955537
The Math centre was started in 1966 and taken over in 1989.
The Mission centre at Viveknagar was opened in 1989.
Activities of the Math centre :
Daily worship, religious classes, devotees’ conventions, and
the annual Ramakrishna Mela.
Conducting study circles for local youths and devotees.
Under the Rubber Tapping Programme, undertaken in
collaboration with the Regional Rubber Board, the centre trained
138 tribal and non-tribal youths.
Welfare work by way of providing pecuniary help to the needy.
Eight health awarness & medicalcamps attended by 1161 patients.
A free coacing centre with 40 students.
Activities of the Mission centre :
A large educational complex, mainly for tribals. It had 790
students, including 165 tribal boarders. The attached library
had 9997 books.
A vocational training centre with 67 trainees.
A charitable dispensary with allopathic, homoeopathic and
ayurvedic sections which treated 26,790 cases. Besides, one blood donation camp (81 persons donated blood) and 214 general medical camps (33,607 patients treated) were organized.
Welfare work by way of distribution of milk, blankets and
garments to the poor and needy.
The Mission sub-centre at Gangail Road, started in 1950 and
taken over in 1985, was the main centre from 1985 to 1989.
Activities of Gangail Road sub-centre :
1. A free students’ home with 14 boys.
2. Six health camps (270 patients treated) were conducted this
3. Value-based discourses
4. Daily worship, religious discourses, and celebration of the
birth anniversaries of religious personages.
The Mission sub-centre at Dhaleswar was started in 1996.
Activities of Dhaleswar sub-centre :
1. Daily prayer, weekly religious discourses, and celebration of
festivals such as Durga Puja, Kali Puja, Christmas Eve, etc.
2. A dispensary, which treated 32,926 patients, and 4 medical camps where 67 patients were treated.
3. Welfare workby way of providing accommodation to students and distribution of food, clothes and study materials to the poor.
A mobile medical unit, whichserved 18,094 patients.
Additional Photos of the Activities of the Centre:
An Industrial Training Institute with 66 students.
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This information on Centre's activities is collected from
The General Report of Ramakrishna Math and
Ramakrishna Mission, July 2016.
(From April 2014 to March 2015)