Lectures and Discourses
Weekly Gita Discourse
Discourse on Sanskrit scriptures
Roaming Exhibition at local college
Bookstall set up at local college
Value Education: The audience at a local college
Seminar: "Human excellence beyond Academic excellence"
Presentations at the Seminar
Sant Samagam & Bhandara
Classes & lectures are regularly on religious topics, open to all, at the Math and Mission premises.
Topics of spiritual significance are covered including discourses on Ramcharitmanas, Bhagvad Gita, Saints and Spiritual Personalities.
The significance of the discussions is that they are conducted by monks adept in some aspect of spiritual life. These monks also address your concerns as an aspirant/ devotee.
Classes and lectures are often followed by Question and Answer sessions where you can go deeper into understanding the topic and clarify doubts.
Free Tuition Classes
Started 1st July 2014 for poor and needy students
Swami Vivekananda said “Educate and raise the masses, and thus alone a nation is possible”.
In response to this call, Ramakrishna Mission has started free tuition classes for students of Std. 6, 7 and 8 in English, Maths, and Science at the Math premises.
Poor/ Needy students are requested to contact the Ramakrishna Math office immediately on 022-6181 8000/ email@example.com
Value Education / Vivek Vahini
The flagship Value Education initiative of the Ramakrishna Mission Mumbai is delivered through the Vivek Vahini.
A special bus – the Vivek Vahini, travels with the message of Swami Vivekananda for the youth. It hosts value education and personality development programs in educational institutions, NGOs, Associations, Clubs, Samaj’s, tribal communities etc.
The 2 hour program includes:
- Introductory address by head of institution/ community
- 1 hour film on Swami Vivekananda
- 45 min talk by a Senior Monk(s) followed by Q&A Session
- Day-long traveling books stall and exhibition
- The bus is also equipped to play Swami Vivekananda’s message and bhajans on a loudspeaker for the entire community to hear
- In villages, a movie show is organized on an LCD Screen built into the bus