Ramakrishna Mission Home of Service, Varanasi
  • Ramakrishna Mission ​Home of Service, Varanasi

    Started in 1900, inspired by the teachings of Swami Vivekananda

Service to Man is Service to God

The Ramakrishna Mission Home of Service, Banaras, is a symbol of the national ideal of renunciation and service as enunciated by Swami Vivekananda. The great Swami elevated work to the level of worship, and exhorted all to seek salvation through the service of God in man. It is on the basis of this new outlook on life and work that future human society has to be reconstructed.

Quoted from the message of Swami Shankarananda, 7th President of the Ramakrishna Math and Ramakrishna Mission, 1951

The Hospital

The Ramakrishna Mission Home of Service  runs a full-fledged hospital  with Out Patients Department (OPD), In-Patients Department and various diagnostic units.

Current Events

News and photos of Swami Vivekananda Utsav, Narayan Puja, Relief Services and various celebrations like Maha Shivaratri and Janmashtami.


The Ramakrishna Mission Home of Service not only runs the hospital but also conduct other activities— Medical Training, Healthcare and Education, Relief Services and Care of the Destitutes.


Varanasi, the religious capital of India, particularly the Hindus, is the oldest living city in the world. Situated on the western bank of the River Ganga as it takes a northward turn in eastern Uttar Pradesh, India, it is bounded by two small tributaries, Varuna in the north and Assi in the south, which give it its name Varanasi. 

The Beginning

Ramakrishna Mission Home of Service was started in 1900 by three young men at Varanasi, viz, Sri Charu Chandra Das (later Swami Subhananda), Sri Kedar Nath Moulik (later Swami Achalananda) and Sri Yamini Ranjan Majumdar. They were greatly inspired by the teachings of Swami Vivekananda.

Visit of Sri Ramakrishna, Sri Ma Sarada and Swami Vivekananda in Varanasi

Sri Ramakrishna

Sri Ma Sarada Devi

Swami Vivekananda

Vivek Sanjivani

It provides General Healthcare through Telemedicine units and Mobile Medical units. 
It is also engaged in Gadadhar Abhyudaya Prakalpa (Non-formal Primary Education), Value Education Programs, Health Education, Health Education-based and Value education-based film Development, publication of books and research programmes.