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Abode of Learning

Siksha-Niketan translated as the “Abode of Learning” is an institution for the underprivileged children in rural India. This institution, established in the late 1940’s and registered in 1953 as a society by Late Sri Bijoy Kumar Bhattacharya, has been serving the poor farmers in the villages around Kalanabagram free of cost, for over seventy years. Built on the ideals of Mahatma Gandhi’s “BuniyadiSiksha” (Basic Education), Siksha-Niketan runs a very unique program of education which emphasises on vocational and values education alongside an academic curriculum.

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Creche For Children

Mothers who go to work in the field or elsewhere for the whole day, can leave their children (till the age of 3 years) here...

Social Services Center

As a part of their policy and vision, SikshaNiketan maintains close ties with people from the neighbouring villages...

Organic Farming

SikshaNiketan has undertaken the task of reintroducing the traditional seeds in paddy cultivation in collaboration with...


This institution currently provides opportunities for education to nearly four hundred underprivileged children and young adults in the village of Kalanabagram in Bardhaman district of West Bengal.

Manjusha Tarangini Sishu Bhavan

This section caters to children in the age group of 3-6 years.

Acharya Pramathanath Buniyadi Vidyalaya

This institution caters to children in the age group of 6 to 14 years.

Nibedita Bhavan

This is a short stay home for women in moral danger. This is housed in a separate

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A nonprofit, non-government charity organisation

Siksha Niketan is a nonprofit, non-government charity organisation, and runs on donations and volunteer work offered by friends and well-wishers, and some support from the Central and State Governments.

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