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Bangladesh Project:

A temple and hospital were inaugurated in March, 1998, in the Chittagong
district of Bangladesh. The temple serves the spiritual needs of Hindus in this mainly Muslim area, but its charitable outreach, including the hospital, are for the poor of all faiths.

Donations are the Sangha's only source of income to accomplish all of these charitable activities. Daily expenses total more than 35,000 rupees ($1,000 US). All donations qualify for exemption under section 80G of the Income Tax Act of India, 1961. Donations may be made by international money order or personal check payable to Dakshineswar Ramkrishna Sahgha Adyapeath, in either rupees or U.S. dollars. Contact the Sangha for information on donating in other currencies. Send to the Head Office:

Dakshineswar Ramkrishna Sangha Adyapeath
Calcutta 700 076
West Bengal

Phone: 91-33-553-5553 or 91-33-553-1999
Fax: 91-33-553-1999

Brahmachari Riten Bhai, President
Brahmachari Mural Bhai, General Secretary
Mural Bhai and Mother Teresa
Mural Bhai and Mother Teresa during one of her many visits to Adyapeath.
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