The late shri Shrimad Sarvajnendra saraswati swamiji founded shri Rajarajeshwari Educational Trust in 1929 to nurse vedas and shastra’s. It was changed into educational institution in 1950. It has the history of 87 years.
- Shri Rajarajeshwari Veda-Sanskrit Post Graduation Study Centre.
The study center was started with one teacher and fifteen students in 1956. It started ‘Advaita Vedanta’ and ‘poorva mimamsa’ vidwat classes from 1995. It got the recognition by Government of Karnataka and Karnataka Sanskrit university. Now it becomes the college and is named as ‘Rajarajeshwari Post Graduation studying center for veda and Sanskrit. Now the collage has 14 Lectures an assistant and 250 students. It conducts classes for the courses such as Sanskrit pratama, Kavya, Sahitya, Poorva Mimamsa and Advaita Vedanta. It also teachs Krishna Yajurveda, Rigveda, Kaalochita prayoga, praathamika Jyotishya. Totally 43 classes are there. It has the ambition to run the classes for ‘Dharma shastra’ Saamaveda division in the forth coming days. It performs the worship of saraswati and organizes lectures from scholars once in every fifteen days. The study center conducts two days sankritotsava every year. The students of the center get the state level and national level prizes in textual and cultural subjects.
- Shri Brahma Vidya Samsthaana
It was founded in 1994 to encourage higher studies and Research. Every year it conducts Lectures on shastra’s in shrimath and Bangalore.
- Shriniketana school
It was started in 2005 with only 15 students at Nadig Galli, Sirsi. Now the school has 792 students and 39 teachers and 20 non-teaching staff. The school got it’s own building at Isloor in 2011. The school gives education from first standard to tenth standard. It also gives training in computer and music.
- Shri Rajarajeshwari Library
The library has more than ten thousand good books and twenty five thousand hand written copies.
- Shri Rajarajeshwari Reading Room
It was started in 2005 for the arrived devotees of Shrimath. It has 500 books and the main magazines.
- Shri Rajarajeshwari Alumni Examination Committee
There are many alumni on the base of ‘Dark siddanta’ and ‘The sun siddanta’ some of them are not suitable for our practice. The committee has the intention to bring uniformity in alumni. The committee has the aim to publish an uniform Alumni for the people.