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Dakshineswar Ramkrishna Sangha Adyapeath is dedicated to serving the needy and alleviating human suffering both in its immediate area and throughout the state of West Bengal. Current activities include the following:

Nara Narayan Seva (Feeding of the Poor):

Feeding the poor in the name of God is one of the principal activities of the Sangha. Food is distributed to approximately 300 to 500 people daily, irrespective of caste, color, and creed.

Distribution of Food
Distribution of Food
Sadhak Ashram and Sadkika Ashram:

Two separate ashrams, one for men and one for women. Together they house about 220 adults who wish to dedicate their lives to spirituality and service.

Adyapeath Balak Ashram (boys' orphanage) and Dakshineswar Balika Ashram (girls' orphanage):

Houses, feeds, and educates approximately 700 destitute and orphaned children from throughout West Bengal.

Banaprastha Ashram (Retirement Home):

Two separate ashrams for retiring elderly men and women. Currently there are more than 150 in each ashram.
School
School
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