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Ramakrishna Vedanta Society, Boston
Ramakrishna Vedanta Society is a branch of the Ramakrishna Order
founded by Swami Vivekananda, with its headquarters at
Belur Math, near Calcutta, in India
Programs offered at the Vedanta Society are free and open to all. The schedule of programs is
mailed every month to members. To request membership, please fill and submit the form available in the foyer when you visit the Society.
Campus Programs for the student community in Boston and its vicinity include scripture classes, informal
discussions, and meditation instruction.
Sunday School for children of different age groups has attractive educational and cultural programs every week.
Sarada Library, currently being reorganized and hence temporarily closed, has a good collection of books on religion and philosophy.
Interviews are granted by Swami Tyagananda,
the resident teacher, to those who seek clarification of problems encountered in spiritual study and practice.
Personal Guidance in meditation practice may be had by appointment with the swami.
Books on Vedanta, Ramakrishna and Vivekananda are available before and after the
Satsang on Sundays, the Study Group meetings on Wednesdays, and the meditations on Tuesdays and Saturdays.