Within the temple complex there is a temple devoted to Holy Mother Sarada Devi. The temple is located in the south on the bank of the Ganga for the reason that the Mother cherished the Ganga. The temple of Swami Vivekananda is positioned in close proximity too. The temple has a higher story preserves an alabaster OM in Bengali character. Beside the temple there is a bel (bilva) tree, replaced by a similar tree subsequent to the original tree which died. Under which Swamiji loved to take rest.
The samadhi or commemorative Enclosure is another significant building in the complex. The mortal remains of seven of the sixteen direct frugal disciples of Sri Ramakrishna were cremated at this place. Their names are impressed on the marble. Separately from these, the math houses the Ramakrishna Museum which is situated to the south of the main temple. The museum contains things which were used by Sri Ramakrishna, Holy Mother and Swami Vivekananda. Extraordinary articles used by Sri Ramakrishna, Holy Mother and Swami Vivekananda are on display here. The Old Math, previously known as Garden House of Nilambar Mukherjee, stands extra south on the bank of the Ganga. Holy Mother used to stay here quite a lot of times before the Belur Math came into subsistence.
The Math upholds a customary schedule of meditation and puja, which visitors can furthermore participate. Guests can make day trips outer portion of the math but are requested not to walk off the premises in the evenings.
Each and every one of the Hindu festivals together with birth days of Sri Ramakrishna Paramahansa Deb, Sri Sarada Devi, Sri Swami Vivekananda and the primary twelve followers of Sri Ramakrishna Paramahansa are celebrated each year.