Celebrations
Sri Ramakrishna Ashrama, Mysuru
Sri Ramakrishna Ashrama, Mysuru
A branch of Ramakrishna Math and Mission, Belur Math, Howrah,WB
  • Vinayaka Chaturthi






























  • Sri Sri Durga Puja
  • Sri Jadguru Sri Basava Jayanthi

  • Homa on Sri Ramakrishna Jayanthi

  • National Youth Day
    (12th January)

Following Special functions are celebrating

i.Birth days of the Divine Trio

ii.Rama Navami and Sri Krishna Janmashtami

iii.Durga Puja (3 days)

iv.Guru Purnima

v.Christmas eve

vi.Ekadashi days (with Ramanam Sankirtan)

vii.Maha Shivaratri

viii.Week long Public Celebrations with discourses, music concert, Bhajans and Harikatha

ix National Youth Day

X Basava Jayanthi

Xi Sri Shankara Jayanti

xii Sri Ramanuja Jayanthi

xii Sri Madvacharya Jayanthi

xiv Buddha Purnima

xv Deepavali

xvi Direct Disciple Jayanthi

xvii Sri Vinayaka Chaturthi


Annual Celebrations

 To mark the conclusion of the annual calendar of events the Ashrama conducts a week-long Annual Celebrations from the day following the Birthday celebrations of Sri Ramakrishna Paramahamsa. Besides Bhajans, Harikatha, classical music, Yakshagana and other cultural programmes the occasion serves as an added opportunity to disseminate the life, the different facets and the messages of the Divine Trio.  Discourses on these are held every evening by scholarly monks of the Ramakrishna Order and eminent persons.


National Youth Day

12th January of every year, the birthday of Swami Vivekananda as per the wall calendar, was declared in 1985 as NATIONAL YOUTH DAY, by Govt. of India.  Ever since then Mysuru Ashrama along with its twin educational institutions (SRKVS and RIMSE) celebrates the Day every year with procession and General Assembly of the youth. Students from a number of educational institutions, devotees, youth organizations and members of Sri Ramakrishna Seva Sangha take part in the programme.  A full-size portrait of Swami Vivekananda, in standing posture, is taken in procession in a tastefully decorated chariot.  The procession starts from the statue of Swami Vivekananda (at the Cheluvamba Park, opp. Akashavani building).  After arati and floral tributes to Swamiji by a student representative of every participating institution and the mass pledge of Swamiji's Swadesha Mantra, the chariot is drawn through important roads in the locality. The participants sing Bhajans and carry banners bearing the message of Swamiji.  The procession concludes at SRKVS for the General Assembly.  Student representatives recite passages from Swamiji's lectures and sing group songs on the patriot monk.  The monks of the Ashrama address the gathering.  All the participants are offered gift books on Swamiji and are served with juice and refreshments.