Idol of Sri Sri Radhamadangopal, Prabhu Jagatbandhusundar and Nitai Gour at SRI SRI JAGADBANDHU ASRAM, SUBHASHGRAM


This “Asram” is situtated in the natural environment of village Bhabwanipur in the district of South 24 Parganas, West Bengal, India about 2 km away from Subhashgram Railway Station. It was established by Sri Uddharandas Brahmachari, a stalwart monk of Mahanam Sampradaya in the year 1950 (approx)?

The land of the temple and adjacent pond was then donated by Late Phanibhusan Mondal, son of the local landlord. Besides these the other lands and ponds under the control of the Asram were donated by Late Srikanta Mondal and Late Atab Bala Dasi, local disciple of Srimad Uddharandas Brahmachari. The total land of Asram is about 12 Bighas. In course of time, the Asram had undergone deterioration and some of properties including lands went beyond the control of the Asram authority. Under these circumstances the priest (Sebait) Srimad Pran Bandhu Brahmachari successor of Srimad Uddharandas Brahmachari appealed to Srimad Upasak Bandhu Brahmachari, Secretary of Mahanam Samprodaya and Mahanam Sevak Sangha to look after this Asram.

Then Srimad Upasak Bandhu Brahmachari instructed the devotees of South Calcutta Mahanam Sevak Sangha to do the needful for reviving the Asram. Subsequently under the leadership of Srimad Upasakbandhu Brahmachari, the devotees of South Calcutta took initiative to renovate the temple and adjacent structures. At last with the special initiative and contributions of Sri Gopal Chandra Saha and his wife Smt. Geetanjali Saha, and physical effort of Sri Swapan Saha of South Calcutta Mahanam Sevak Sangha, the Temple took a new shape. The new temple was inaugurated on 19th May, 2008 in the eve of Buddha Purnima. Within a short period a Free Homoeopathic dispensary will open at the Asram.

At present regular rituals and services at the temple are being carried out by :

Srimati Gita Saha

Address :

Sri Sri Prabhu Jagatbandhu Ashram,
Village : Bhanbanipur, P.O. Subhasgram,
Pin 700 147, District – South 24 Parganas,
West Bengal, India
Contact Persons:
Srimati Gita Saha (+91 9330970336)


Temple Main Entrance
Devotees singing Kirtan
spiritual discourse Ashram foyer
Bhagabat path(discourse on Srimad Bhagabatam ) by Srimat Upasakbandhu Brahmachari
free distribution of blankets