There is a famous Mutt in Chennai for Sri Ramakrishna Paramahamsa, and it is situated in Mylapore, Chennai. It is also a popular temple, similar to the Sai Baba Temple, Mylapore.Devotees used to visit this Mutt on all the days, and especially we can find lot of elderly people meditating at this sacred place on Saturdays and Sundays.
There is also a book stall situated inside the temple premises, and there we can find lot of spiritual books of Ramakrishna Paramahamsa and Swami Vivekananda. I have visited this sacred temple for several times, and due to that, I have got good mental relaxation and peace of mind.
The Land for this temple was gifted by Sri.Kondiah during the year 1907, and in course of time, the nearby plots were also obtained by the Mutt authorities. Consecration ceremony for this temple was held during the year 1917, by Swami Sri Brahmananda. This temple was visited by Ma Sarada Devi and by Swami Shivananda, and also by several other holy saints in the subsequent years.
The look of the temple is very nice, and whoever passes nearby the temple, they would be attracted with the beauty of the temple, and immediately they would eagerly visit this holy temple. Lot of social welfare activities takes place in this temple like free medical facilities for poor, education facilities provided for poor girls, Women’s empowerment schemes like training the poor girls in nursing and in other courses, treatment for leprosy patients etc. Spiritual activities are also takes place in this temple, like conducting Bhajans, chanting of Rama Mantra, Divine lectures and meditation.
Those who suffer from mental stress and from mind related problems are suggested to visit this temple, in order to get relieved from their problems, and to get the grace of the holy Universal Gurus, Sri Ramakrishna Paramahamsa, Swami Vivekananda and Ma Sarada Devi. Ramakrishna is an incarnation of Lord Vishnu, and his birth name is Gadhadar, a popular name of Lord Vishnu. Similar to worshipping Guru Raghavendra and ShirdiSaibaba, we must worship the Holy Guru Ramakrishna, for attaining goodness in our lives.