Sri Sarada Math

& Ramakrishna Sarada Mission

Current News: October 2020

Personalia

Revered President Mataji is keeping well at the headquarters.


Revered Pravrajika Anandapranaji, Vice President of Sri Sarada Math and Ramakrishna Sarada Mission is keeping well at the headquarters.



News from Headquarters

Pravrajika Amalaprana, General Secretary is much better and is improving steadily at the headquarters.




News from Branch Centres

99 candidates of the Ramakrishna Sarada Mission Sister Nivedita Girls’ School appeared at the School Final Examination, 2020. All passed with high marks. 57 students obtained AA (90% and above), 39 students secured A+ and 3 got A grade. 27 students obtained 100% marks in Mathematics, 13 in Geography.


23 students of the Ramakrishna Sarada Mission School at Khonsa (Arunachal Pradesh) appeared at the AISSE, 2020 (Class X). All passed with Star marks, 6 students secured more than 90%. 11 students secured A+ and 6 got A grade. 1 student obtained 100% marks in Mathematics. 5 girls got 99% in Computer Applications.


30 candidates of the Ramakrishna Sarada Mission School at Dirang (Arunachal Pradesh) appeared at the School Final Examination, 2020. All passed with high marks. 8 girls obtained AA (90% and above), 13 students secured A+ and 9 girls got A grade. 9 girls got 99% in Computer Applications.


102 students of the Ramakrishna Sarada Mission School of Home Science at Kamptee, Nagpur appeared at the School Final Examination 2020. All passed; 50 secured 1st Division, 18 passed in 2nd Division and 7 in 3rd Division. 27 students obtained Distinction.


176 students of Sri Sarada Girls’ Higher Secondary School, Thrissur appeared at the Higher Secondary Examination 2020 out of which 169 passed, 9 students obtaining more than 90% and 37 got 90% marks.



Obituaries

Pravrajika Putaprana (Sarojini)

We record with deep sorrow the sudden passing away of Pravrajika Putaprana (Sarojini), age 67 at the Ramakrishna Sarada Mission, Siriti on Wednesday, 16th September, 2020 at 3.30 a.m. due to cardiorespiratory failure in a case of cancer stage 4.  She was conscious. 

From 2019 she suffered from back pain for which she was treated by an Orthopedic Doctor.  As her condition worsened, on 26th August she was brought from the Ramakrishna Sarada Mission, Thakurnagar to the Siriti centre for further investigations. She underwent various tests which revealed that she had stage 4 Adenocarcinoma with metastasis in liver, spine, head and neck region for which she was given oral chemotherapy as support. She was also given morphine for the pain which was increasing.  During the last days she suffered breathing difficulty.  However, the end was peaceful.

A disciple of Swami Vireshwarananda, she joined at the Ramakrishna Sarada Mission, Thakurnagar in 1984.  She underwent a course of weaving in 1985 staying at the Nivedita School, after which she came to the headquarters in 1986 and returned to the Thakurnagar centre in 1988. She was initiated into Brahmacharya in 1990 and received Sannyasa in 1995 by Pavrajika Mokshaprana, second President of Sri Sarada Math and Ramakrishna Sarada Mission. She gave herself heart and soul to improve the production of the weaving section in the Thakurnagar centre, which drew the admiration of many.  Up to the end, before leaving for the Siriti centre, she worked very hard, not caring for her health. 

Sincere and dedicated, she was indeed a perfectionist. Her name will ever be associated with the weaving section of the centre. May her soul rest in peace!



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