All the Hindu festivals and some of other religions are celebrated in the samithi. The children and devotees participate actively in cleaning, decorating, praying and meditating in the prayer hall.
Kalpataru Day is celebrated on 1st January with Puja in the morning and lighting of incence sticks and meditation in the evening. All the important celebrations like Tithi Pujas of Bhagavan Sri Ramakrishna, Holy Mother Sarada Devi and Swami Vivekananda are held with Special Puja in the morning and with Arati and a discourses in the evening.
Sri Ramakrishna Jayanti is celebrated with puja was performed in the morning. Sankirtan and lecture were conducted in the evening. The Birthday of Sri Sarada Devi is celebrated with Puja in the morning and a lecture meeting is held in the evening along with lighting of oil-lamps. The birthday celebrations of Swami Vivekananda were celebrated with puja in the morning and prayer and lecture meeting in the evening.
On the day of Vinayaka Chaturthi, the youth members make an idol of Ganesh with clay which was worshipped. In the evening ‘Nimajjanam’ was performed with sankirtan. \
On Deepavali, Lakshmi puja is conducted in the evening. An effigy of ‘Narakasura’ is prepared by the children and Youth and the same was burnt in the evening. Later sweets and crackers were distributed among children.
All the other important celebrations like Krishna Ashtami, Shiva Ratri, Christmas eve are celebrated in the Samithi with special Puja in the morning and special Bhajan in the evening.