MAM initiates and extends support14 July 2010
- MAM pledges Rs 50 crores in aid for flood victims in Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka. Within six months 242 completed houses were handed over to the Govt.
- MAM adds insurance coverage to 1,00,000 members of AmritaSREE.
- MAM initiates and extends support to keeping the highways clean and building
Relief project is implemented14 July 2009
- West Bengal Cyclone Relief project is implemented.
- Amrita Watoto Boma, a care home for 108 children in Nairobi inaugurated.
- Vidyamritam scholarship project is expanded to benefit children affected by AIDS in Kenya and India.
- Institute for Differently Abled (AIDA) children is inaugurated in
Bihar Flood Relief Project is implemented14 July 2008
- Bihar Flood Relief Project is implemented. Ashram pledges Rs 2 crores in aid.
- Supported in Orissa flood relief
- Brahmasthanam Temple installation in Mangalore – 18 Feb
- Brahmasthanam Temple installation in Kolkata – 19 Mar
Vidyamritam education stipend project is launched14 July 2007
- Amrita Nilayam Working Women’s Hostel is established in Trissur.
- Amrita Kripa Hospital, Mysore, is inaugurated.
- Vidyamritam education stipend project is launched to end suicide among farmers.
Amrita Nidhi pension project expanded14 July 2006
- Amrita Nidhi pension project expands to benefit 1,00,000 including the physically and mentally challenged.
- Amrita SREE: the Amrita Self-Reliance, Employment and Empowerment Program is inaugurated, providing equal economic opportunity to women.
Disaster Aid Fund14 July 2005
- Disaster Aid Fund of Rs 100 crore, is announced for 2004 Asian Tsunami.
- Teachers’ Training (B.Ed) College in Mysore is inaugurated.
- Two Care Homes for the elderly are established in Karnataka.
- United Nations grants Special Consultative Status to MAM, with its Economic and Social
Amrita Research Labs Started14 July 2004
- Amrita Kripa Hospital for tribal people opens in Wayanad, Kerala.
- Biomedical Research Centre is established at the Amritapuri campus.
- Amrita Research Labs are set up at three campuses of the Amrita University.
- Amrita Ayurvedic Medical College, Hospital & Research Centre is inaugurated.
Brahmasthanam Temple installation14 July 2003
- Government confers ‘Deemed-to-be-University’ status on Amrita institutions of higher learning.
- School of Medicine and Nursing open at AIMS Hospital, Kochi.
- Schools of Engineering open at the Bangalore and Amritapuri.
- School of Dentistry is established at AIMS Hospital, Kochi.
- School of
Amrita Kuteeram Free Homes Project14 July 2002
- Amrita Kuteeram Free Homes Project completes 25,000 houses and begins second phase to build 1,00,000 more homes.
- Brahmasthanam Temple installation in Hyderabad – 24th February
Gujarat Earthquake Disaster Relief operation14 July 2001
- Gujarat Earthquake Disaster Relief operation begins; 1,200 homes are built.
- Tribal Peoples’ Project aimed at the upliftment of poor rural communities is inaugurated in Kerala
- Brahmasthanam Temple installation in Mananthavady – 28th February
Brahmasthanam Temple installation14 July 2000
- Brahmasthanam Temple installation in Mysore -18th February
Brahmasthanam Temple installation14 July 1999
- Brahmasthanam Temple installation in Palakkad – 20th January
- Brahmasthanam Temple installation in Thalassery – 22nd April
AIMS Tertiary-Care Hospital at Kochi14 July 1998
- AIMS Tertiary-Care Hospital at Kochi is inaugurated in by the Prime Minister of India.
- Prime Minister hands over the keys of Amrita Kuteeram’s first 5,000 free houses
- Care Home for the Elderly, Anbu Illam, opens in Sivakasi, Tamil Nadu.
- Amrita Nidhi, the free pension project for destitute
Amrita Kuteeram Project & Schools Started14 July 1996
- Amrita Kuteeram Project to build 25,000 free houses is launched.
- School of Business opens at the Coimbatore campus, Tamil Nadu.
- School of Pharmacy, begins at Cochin
- School of Engineering established in Ettimadai, TN
- School for the deaf and the dumb starts in Trissur, Kerala
Brahmasthanam Temple installation14 July 1995
- Brahmasthanam Temple installation in Mumbai – 12th February
- Brahmasthanam Temple installation in Delhi – 3rd March
- Brahmasthanam Temple installation in Madurai – 5th April
Engineering college starts & hospice in Mumbai14 July 1994
- Engineering college starts in Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu
- Amrita Kripa Sagar Hospice for terminally ill cancer patients, Mumbai
Brahmasthanam Temple installation14 July 1993
- Brahmasthanam Temple installation in Kozhikode – 18th January
Brahmasthanam Temple installation14 July 1992
- Brahmasthanam Temple installation in Trivandrum – 16th February
- Brahmasthanam Temple installation in Pune – 15th April
Amrita Institute of Computer Technology14 July 1990
- Amrita Institute of Computer Technology started in Kollam, Kerala
- One teacher schools in tribal village in Attappadi, Kerala
- Brahmasthanam Temple installation in Madras 6th May
Starts Industrial training Center & Orphanage14 July 1989
- Acquires and transforms a crumbling and dilapidated orphanage and school in Parippally, Kerala
- Starts Industrial training Center, a vocational training school, in Kerala
Brahmasthanam Temple installation14 July 1988
- Brahmasthanam Temple installation in Kodungallur 21st April
Started building free houses & First school14 July 1987
- Started building free houses around Ashram
- First school, Amrita Vidyalayam in Kodungalloor, Kerala
Matruvani monthly spiritual magazine started14 July 1984
- Matruvani monthly spiritual magazine started. (Now available in 16 languages 8 Indian and 8 foreign)
Ashram is registered14 July 1981
- Ashram is registered as Mata Amritanandamayi Math
Amma started accepting disciples14 July 1978
- Amma started accepting disciples to stay at the ashram