14th May, 2018
Ramakrishna Math, Koyilandy, distributed 3000 Note books (each Student 4 nos) , 1500 pens (each Student 2 nos) , 1500 pencils (each Student 2 nos) and 750 geometry boxes ( each Student 1 nos ) to around 750 poor students who are residents of the coastal area of the Arabian sea in Koyilandy. This was done on 14th & 15th May the eve of Phalaharini Kali puja and the Kali Puja day. Mr Damodharan, who is a retired teacher in Koyilandy village, delivered a speech.
1st April, 2018
We conducted a spiritual retreat on 1st April, the Sunday, 2018. The retreat started at 3.30 pm with a prayer and guided meditation followed by Bhajans by Swami Dharmapurnananda, Ramakrishna Mission sevashrama, Kozhikode, Kerala.
Swami Dharmapurnananda, rendered a spiritual talk and Swami Sadbhavananda Adhyaksha, Ramakrishna Math, Thrissur, gave a special discourse to the gathering. The programme ended with a closing song, distributed widow pension for 10 persons, snacks and tea. Approximately 110 devotees and Students attended the function.
25th March, 2018
On the aupicious occasion of Ramanavami and Sri Annapurna puja we conducted a medical camp ∓ a health awareness programme for the fishermen folk who live in a colony with their children. Dr. Sasi Keezhattupurath (naderi), Koyilandy and Dr. Henna Kunhabdulla (Parappalli), Koyilandy did a health check up and gave medicines free of cost. Approximately 130 people participated in the event. At the end of the programme we served a sumptuous lunch.
18th February, 2018
On February 18th we distributed sarees and solar lamps to the needy. The beneficiaries are 92 families, 2 sarees & 1 Solar Lamp per family in Kannavam (Village) Kuthuparamba Block , Dist. - Kannur, Kerala,
17th February, 2018
183th Tithi Puja of Bhagavan Sri Ramakrishna has been Celebrated with Full of Joy and Devotion on 17.02.2018. Since Morning, people were start gathering to participate themselves in the celebration. The Function was started with Mangalarathi, Suprabatham and Vedic Chanting with songs. This was followed by Homa, special Bhajan by a group of devotees and Bhog Arathi with spiritual talk. The talk on Sri Ramakrishna’s life and his massage, was delivered in Malayalam by Mr. Karthkeyan from Aluwa, Ernakulam Dist. In Kerala. Prasadham was distributed to around 375 Devotees & Public
13th January, 2018
On the auspicious occasion of Makara sankranti ( pongal) we Visited Keezpally village of Kannur district, where there is no basic amenities, and no electric facilities. We rendered services by giving them Solar lamps and Sarees with books of Swamiji to 104 families with the help of few volunteers and Devotees.
We also did the same at Manhattan's Panchayat village in the same district for 15 families on the same day.
12th January, 2018
We have celebrated "National youth day" on 12th January, 2018 with procession and youth day congregation in our Math campus. We did procession with some devotees and children from in and around the area of Melur village, koyilandy. It was followed by vedic chanting, songs and speech on Swamiji by different local speakers. Around 40 people participated in the same. We concluded the programme by distributing snacks.
8th January, 2018
156th Thithi Pooja of Swami Vivekananda has been Celebrated with Full of Joy and Devotion. Since Morning, people were start gathering to participate themselves in the Jayanthi Function. The Function was started with Mangalarathi, Suprabatham and Vedic Chanting. This was followed by Homa, Bhajan and Bhog Arathi. Talk on Swami Vivekananda was delivered on both English and Malayalam. Dr. Manoharan, Professor of Thelacherry Government College from Kannur District had delivered the speech on Swamiji in Malayalam. Prasadham was distributed to around 250 Devotees & Public
Ramakrishna math Koyilandy conducted a spiritual retreat in connection with “Ramakrishna Kalpataru” on 1st January, 2018. The program started at 3 in the evening with Vedic chanting, followed by guided meditation, bhajan, spiritual talks. Swami Nandatmajanandaji, editor of Prabuddha Keralam, Thissur and Mr. Sasi Kumar - a teacher of Vattakara Higher Secondary School spoke on significance of Kalpataru Day. Before concluding, widow's pension was distributed to 10 members. The Program was ended with a special bhajan rendered by Mr. Jayanta Basu from Kolkata. Around 150 Devotees attended the program. We distributed sumptuous dinner to all the Devotees.