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Highly recommend making the effort to go see Mangal Arati which is usually around 430am (winter) or 4am in the summer. DRKSA has schools; hospitals; elderly care homes and feeds thousands of devotees daily and does a great deal of good for the community. Always...More
One of our frequently visited places, Adhyapith temple is the epitome of peace where devotion comes naturally. Quite like Dakhineshwar, which is just around the corner, Adhyapith is also sans any Panda culture, but unlike the Dakhineshwar temple, it is far less populated. That is...More
This place is not as popular as other places but this is very near to Dakshineswar temple. Very less crowded and you can spend time there and very peaceful environment. Temple structure is also very unique not traditional. All modern facilities are there. One can...More
Visit to Adyapeath remains incomplete without watching the Aarati in the evening.
It is good to spend a whole day, if possible. Go in the morning, Offer Puja, have the Bhog Prasad (priced very reasonably), Spend time in the Temple Complex, Watch the Evening Aarati,...More
The place where any Calcuttan would visit for peace! This place is connected with Ramkrishna Deb and Swami Vivekananda, kudos to the management for managing it so professionally and ensuring everyone gets a fair chance. This is a temple of peace for Kolkatans, spend time...More
the entire complex, which is now the HQ of the ramakrishna mission is an island of peace and tranquility.
The museum is a must see as of course also the temples
People bathe in the river behind but its filthy
take a car for going...More