Mayapur - Krishna Caitanya Mision
The origins of Sri Krishna Chaitanya Mission are found in 1966 with the establishment of Sri Krishna Chaitanya Ashram in Kakinada, Andhra Pradesh, but presumably the organisation was not registered under its current name until 1983.
The organisation has eighteen ashrams in India, as well as a worldwide following. Over twenty Sanyasa initiates, as well as Srila BV Puri Maharaj himself, spearhead the preaching campaign to communicate the tenants of Gaudiya Vaishnava Theology.
The Sri Chaitanya Chandra Ashram in Puri is considered to be the flagship matha; the other mathas are found primarily in Orissa and Andhra Pradesh, as well one in Seva Kunj, Vrindavan and one in Isodyan, Mayapur. Several years ago, European disciples of Maharaj established the Sri Sri Radha Govinda Mandir in Vienna, Austria.
The Sri Krishna Chaitanya Mission also publishes a multitude of books as "Sri Bhakti Bigyana Nityananda Book Trust". The books are printed in Oriya, Telugu, Hindi, and English, but European followers have also reprinted books in Italian and Spanish.