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Near Meghdoot Upvan, H-3, Scheme No. 54, INDORE - 452 010 (India)
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About Sri Sarada Math
It was Swami Vivekananda, the chief disciple of Sri Ramakrishna, who carried the message of harmony of all religions and catholicity of his Master to various parts of the world. After his return from the west, Swami Vivekananda started the Ramakrishna Math & Ramakrishna Mission with renunciation service as its twin ideals in 1897 at Belur Math, Kolkata. Swami Vivekananda, the great patriotic saint of India, was the first monk in the history of our country who felt deeply for the welfare of our women. He believed that unless their condition is improved through education,the rejuvenation...                                                                              
Our Activities
A High School for girls:  The school is primarily for the children of the financially lower & lower-middle class.  The school has a strength of 400 children and aims at all-round development of the children.  The aim of education given in this school is to sow the seeds of self-respect, self-confidence and highest pride in our cultural and national heritage in the children. The first batch of Class X children passed out in the year 2001. The results in the board exam have been all...
"First, believe in the world—that there is meaning behind everything."
Swami Vivekanand
About Indore Centre
Sri Sarada Math & Ramakrishna Sarada Mission, Indore, the only centre in Madhya Pradesh commenced its activities in March 1991. The aim and object of this center are to carry on educational, cultural and religious activities among women and children.Presently, a high school for girls with a total strength of nearly 400 is being run at minimum fees aiming at all round development of the children. Poor but meritorious students receive free education or are given concession in their fees.
Torch Bearers
Sister NIvedita In 1897 when Sister Nivedita offered to work for India, Swami Vivekananda extended a hearty welcome:“Let me tell you frankly that I am now convinced that you have a great future in the work for India. What was wanted was not a man but a woman, a real lioness to work for the Indians, women specially.”Swami Vivekananda invited Nivedita to come to India and work for the women of this country. It was natural therefore that she thought deeply on the ideals of Indian womanhood, the problems of Indian women,..

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