Sri Sarada Math & Ramkrishna Sarada Mission, Indore, Madhya Pradesh
Started in March 1991 in premises gifted for welfare and charitable activities, the Math purchased in December 1992, additional land adjacent to its premises to cope with the expansion of the activities.
The Math conducted :
Regular worship and daily aratrika, Ramnam Sankirtan on Ekadasi days in its spacious shrine and prayer hall; celebration of birthdays of prophets and saints as well as some festivals.
A Sunday School for children (age group 8-14). Pauranic stories, patriotic songs, Gita and Vedic chanting are taught. Religious and cultural classes for ladies as well as occasional retreats in and outside the centre.
Lectures and classes in different colonies and extensive preaching work in different cities of Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Chhatisgarh, Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh etc.
Welfare and pecuniary help is given occasionally to needy persons.
The Healing Centre conducts a Physiotherapy Unit, a Handicapped Children’s Unit and a Homoeopathic Clinic as well as a Pathology Collection Centre.
|Children's Center||Mr. Saif Bijliwala, CEO, Jump Start foundation, Mumbai. discussing with therapists and parents|
|Special children playing center's pet dog||Musical Therapy Class|
|Physiotherapy Room||Non-electrotherapy Exercise Area|
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Started in 1993, the Mission conducts :
A high school ‘Sarada Ramakrishna Vidya Mandir’ Poor and meritorious students are given textbooks, stationery, uniforms etc. Sports, games, yoga, music and crafts are included in the school curriculum, while birthdays of all important national leaders are duly observed. Occasionally financial aid is given to needy students, while help in cash and kind was also given to needy persons.
Occasionally, Teachers’ Training Programmes are held for teachers of other schools.
|School Building||School Drill|
If you want peace of mind, do not find fault with others. Rather learn to see your own faults. Make the whole world your own. No one is a stranger, my child; this is your own.