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In nostalgic remembrance of our beloved alma mater 

Prayer Hall
RKMV Motto
Located 300km away from Calcutta, the bustling capital of West Bengal, the Vidyapith is a quiet and serene, almost mystical, abode of thousands of students, monks, teaching and non-teaching staff. The picture above is that of the Bhajan (prayer) Hall - a rare combination of Hindu, Buddhist and Islamic architecture. There are altogether five hostels (called Sadan), two school buildings, one library, one auditorium, staff residential quarters, monks' quarters, administrative offices, a zoo, a lake, a farmhouse, and twenty two playgrounds spread over 100 acres of land.

I got admitted in the Vidyapith in the year 1979 in class IV. In Sivananda Sadan, a stayed at Birajananda and Trigunatitananda Dhams. Eventually, I passed out from Matri Sadan in 1986. Below are some of the snaps I took way back in 1986 - gives some idea how splendid the building architectures are:

Sarada Mandir Vivek Mandir
Sarada Mandir - The school building for classes VIII to X Vivek Mandir - The school building for classes IV to VII Front view of the Bhajan (Prayer) Hall

Text and Photographs contributed by Agnimitra Biswas.
 


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