Bhaktivedanta Research Center

Our Mission

To serve our Shastras – to collect, preserve, research and teach their highest eternal wisdom – through the most revered means in the contemporary society and help their effective establishment for the next 10,000 years

Our Vision​

We aims to be a leading research center and academic institute that is dedicated to preserving, researching and disseminating the rich history, philosophy and cultural heritage of Bengal.


Our mission is to facilitate an inclusive academic environment for national and international scholars


We want to offer them accredited academic programs including PhD, MA, Diploma and Certificate courses, and excel in qualitative research in the diverse fields. 


Conferences, seminars and workshops are a regular feature at the BRC They provide a forum for presenting research work, an opportunities to researchers and academicians to exchange views.


BRC welcomes proposals for research projects in these areas of humanities. We seek to provide a creative and supportive research environment in.


Centre offers high standard amenities such as air-conditioned reading rooms, computers, internet access, a conference room and comfortable guest rooms to our valued guests.


BRC has a rich physical collection of over 17,000 books, 4,000 journals and 70 manuscripts covering diverse topics of culture of Bengal.


The vibrancy of research programs at the BRC is accentuated by the high-quality publications.

What people say about us

I would like to express my deep appreciation for the outstanding results that you have already achieved. Thanks for all your efforts and many wishes.
Dr. Saverio Marchignoli
Professor of Indian Philosophies, University of Bologna, Italy
I have acquired copies of some Sanskrit manuscripts, which are rare and difficult to obtain especially for foreigners. It is a great honor to visit this Library.
Dr. Kiyokazu Okita
Assistant Professor, Department of Indology, Kyoto University, Japan
It has been a real delight to come here to see the wealth of books. I was particularly delighted to find the personal collection of Sundarananda Vidyavinoda.
Dr. Varuni Bhatia
Assistant Professor, Department of Asian Languages & Culture, University of Michigan, USA

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