Welcome to Ramakrishna Mission Somsar

Birthplace of Srimat Swami Bhuteshanandaji Maharaj (12th President of Ramakrishna Order)

Somsar, the quiet, peaceful and elegant village on the bank of the river Damodar was not however the native place of the Roy family. The Roy family owing its lineage to a respectable Brahmin family of the 'Gautam' clan of Gaur of the North Bengal came over to Somsar village at the special invitation of the villagers, sometime in the middle of the eighteenth century. The village had no Brahmin family and to meet their social and religious needs the villagers sincerely wanted a respectable Brahmin family to settle there. Gadadhar Roy was the first to come to Somsar. Purna Chandra, Vijay's father Purna Chandra Roy was in the fifth generation after Gadadhar Roy. Purna Chandra was a pious and honest man. His wife, Charubala Devi, from Calcutta, was extremely religious.

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Ramakrishna Mission, Somsar, distributed 300 sarees and 50 lungis..


Celebration of National Youth Day 2024 at Somsar Ramakrishna Mission

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The ideology of Ramakrishna Math outlined finds expression through our multifarious activities of the Math—whether it be educating students at a school (or) nursing patients in a medical facility—are considered different forms of a single act of worship.  

All these activities are conducted as service, service to God in man.

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From the Secretary's Desk

A warm welcome to our official website, Please visit our site frequently. We will try to convey every information related to our Ashrama through our website. Different sections of this website will provide you useful information about us when you surf through them. Further, we would like to have your valuable suggestion to improve our activities and for this you can contact us through our E-mail: somsar@rkmm.org or over mobile: +91 7044536630. Again, we are always hopeful that you along with your near and dear ones will be with us for the services to be rendered to our society.

- Srimat Swami Amalatmananda (Secretary)

Daily Worship & Arati

Mangala Arati – 05:00 a.m.
Worship – 07:30 a.m. to 09:00 a.m.
Evening Arati – 6:30 p.m.