ASHRAMS (House Division)

ASHRAMS (House Division)

   

Students are divided into four houses — (1) SATCHIDANANDA ASHRAM, (2) YOGANANDA ASHRAM, (3) VEDANANDA ASHRAM and (4) SAMBUDDHANANDA ASHRAM. Different extra-curricular activities are done by these four houses. They have CAPTAINS, VICE-CAPTAINS who lead the respective houses. This develop the Leadership Skills and Team Spirit among them. These HOUSES are named after the Great Monks of the Sangha.


Satchidananda Ashram (Yellow House)

 

Srimat Swami Satchidanandajl Maharaj was born in 1899 at Kalagachhia in Bada Swamiji.jpgBangladesh. He  became the first disciple of Acharya Swami Pranavanandaji Maharaj when he was a college student, in the year 1913 .He became the second president of the Sangha in 1941. He was 'Sarbadarshi Siddhapurush' the enlightened man in all fronts. Swami Satchidanandaji Maharaj opened the doors of the Sangha for the entire world He breathed his last on 8th January in 1989.

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Yogananda Ashram (Green House) :


Srimat Swami Joganandaji Maharaj was born in 1899. At the Swami Joganandaji Maharaj.jpgage of 15, he came in touch with Acharya Swami Pranavanandaji Maharaj. He became the 3rd President of the Bharat Sevashram Sangha and continued till last breath in 1999. In his tenure he built 15 Aasharmas in different parts of India. He led in various voluntary Relief Works conducted by the Sangha in different catastrophes. 

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Vedananda Ashram ( Blue House) : 


Srimat Swami Vedanandaji Maharaj joined the Bharat Sevashram Sangha in 1917 during his Swami Vedanandaji Maharaj.jpgstudentship of Daulatpur College, Khulna. He wrote many articles based on social service and upliftment. In his tenure as the Secretary, he published many books, songs and salvation mantras of Sangha. He was the first Editor of “PRONAB” – Bengali Monthly Journal and official mouthpiece of the Sangha started in 1927. He was well versed in Sanskrit and Imparted lectures in different parts of India. He was the organizer of Hindu Milan Mandir. He became the general secretary of B.S.S He died on 20th January, 1969. 

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Sambuddhananda Ashram (Red House) : 

Srimat Swami Sambuddhanandaji Maharaj was born in 1918 in the District of Pabna in Swami Sambuddhanandaji Maharaj.jpgBangladesh. He joined Bharat Sevashram Sangha in his early age. He was a noble organizer of Kumbh Mela and Rath Yatra. His service at Gaya Bharat Sevashram Sangha is considered a benchmark of efficiency. He was the founder of Pranavananda Vidyamandir, Durgapur in 1976. He departed for His Heavenly abode in 1991.