Appeal

Dear Sir/Madam,

“For one’s own liberation and good of the world” is the guiding principle of the Ramakrishna Order and its motto is “Renunciation and Service and Harmony of all Faiths”.

You may choose to help our Ashrama by providing your support for one or more activities among the below listed details:-

1. Sri Ramakrishna Adarsa Sanskrit College

Due to the steady increase in the number of students, we need to add two new classrooms and a library. The estimated cost of expansion is 50 lakhs.

The College receives a bare-minimum grant from Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan, which covers only a small portion of the salary expenses. Further, due to the rising cost-of-living, the salary of teachers needs to be increased. We also have to take care of the regular repairs and maintenance of the college building and furniture. The estimated additional requirement is about ₹ 15 lakhs per annum.

 2. Hostel

There are a good number of poor and bright students who want to pursue Sanskrit studies. To help them with accommodation we need additional funds. The average expense of a hosteler per month is about  4000/-.

3. Homoeo Dispensary

Convinced by the quality of our medical service, more and more needy people are coming to our dispensary. The cost of Homeo medicines has increased and to meet the growing demand, we are in urgent need of additional funds. The average expenses is about  2 lakhs per annum.

4. Child Welfare

To independently continue the child welfare programme, we require about  4 lakhs per annum.

5. Ashrama Activities

Funds needed for Sri Ramakrishna puja, maintenance of shrine, sadhu seva and maintenance of the Ashram’s old buildings is  4 lakhs per annum.

We appeal to all the philanthropic public, devotees and friends to donate generously for the activities of the Ashrama and join hands in serving humanity. Contributions, however small, will be thankfully accepted and acknowledged. Donations may be sent by A/c payee cheque or demand draft drawn in favour of ‘Ramakrishna Math, Pala‘. The donations are exempted from income tax under section 80-G (5)(vi) of the I.T. Act.

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