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Life and Ideology of Sree Sree Anukulchandra

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Life and Ideology of Sree Sree Anukulchandra. A summary of a research work on the life and works of the world teacher Sree Sree Anukulchandra.
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   A presentation of INDOARYAN SCHOOL OF HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT 0  A  A  r r eesseeaar r c c hh w w o o r r k k  p  p u u b b lliisshheed d  o o nn 112 2 5 5  tthh  H H o o ll y  y  B B iir r tthh A  A nnnniiv v eer r ssaar r  y  y   Life and Principle of Sree Sree nukulchandra ((TThhee W  W oorrlld d  TTeeaacchheerr ooff tthhee A  A ggee))  DDrr.. SSrrii k  k  u umma a rr MM u u k  k  h heerr j jeeee    A presentation of INDOARYAN SCHOOL OF HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT 1 bout 125 years ago 1888 A.D., on 16th September Sree Sree Anukulchandra (Chakraborty) was born in a lower middle class Bengali Brahmin family at Himayetpur village of Pabna district of united India (before 1947 AD), now in Bangladesh. He was given spiritual-initiation by his mother –  as per the direction of her Guru –  Huzur Maharaj. Anukulchandra said - h e knows this „Name‟ from the very beginning, it is not new to him. Sincerely practicing this „specific meditation technique‟  , he realized his integral inner relationship with the whole creation. He assumed there is no difference between matter and spirit, every matter is conscious, but its ‟   level differs from matter to matter. This drives him to become inquisitive towards his environment and he concluded –  everyone primarily loves his existence to evolve further, but that depends upon his environment too. So nourishment to the environment to fulfill self-existence is Dharma. So, according to him Dharma welcomes science. This go-of-life brings true awareness of total existential-becoming i.e. salvation or Brahma-Darsan.  His inquisitive childhood in one hand was very concentric towards his mother to satisfy herself. On the other hand his boyhood searching mind used to be engaged to unveil the secret laws of nature and to understand the cause of people's sufferings. He use d to search small plant‟s life cycle at the garden. He detected that there is uniqueness and dissimilarities within the same and concluded - there is no resemblance between nature. Once after travelling by steamer with his father he built a steam engine at his home. He also successfully shaped a wooden stick into a fountain pen. One day he treated one of his young friends from stomach pain by giving one kind of locally available herb, by which once he treated himself as he suffered by the same problem with the similar symptoms. He reveals During my adulthood I found that the formula of Haniman - the father of Homeopathy medicine, was similar to what I have discovered and experienced in my boyhood. Despite struggling with poverty Anukulchandra's relation with the people around was becoming better because he was concentrating himself to be more nearer to the villagers, who were overwhelmed with gratitude, love and sympathy. He said about his deeds of those days I got the answer when I found in one of the writing in my school‟s exercise book - 'Do unto others as you wish to be done!' Numbers of events say almost the same story that - most of the unsocial and complex obsessed people converted into normal social man with his sympathetic behavioral nourishment. AA  IInnttrroodduuccttoorryy lliif f ee sskkeettcchh oof f  SSrreeee SSrreeee AAnnuukkuullcchhaannddrraa    A presentation of INDOARYAN SCHOOL OF HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT 2 Anukulchandra studied at the high school of Pabna but could not matriculate. His school career was discontinued when he gave his final examination fees to one of his poor friends. After that he went to Calcutta to study Medical science. While studying medical he gathered lots of experiences except medical, which helped him in future. Being a student from lower middle class family, he had learned the sufferings of life, because he stayed for years with the labours at a coal depot. He had also passed days without food but water from road side drinking water tap and spent many nights at railway platforms. Finally, he returned to his village without any diploma, because he was asked to re-appear in the practical examination. Within very short period he became very popular doctor and very busy in practice. During that time he noticed - those who were getting cured by medicine, revert to him with the same disease. He perceived that patients are ill mentally, so they had to be treated with sense, intellect & spirit. Then he introduced 'Kirtan' - the group devotional song among the village dwellers to heal their obsessed mind with high pitch. In his words - The tune of his melodious KIRTAN uplifts people's mind to a higher esteem very rapidly. This divine sound brought a huge response from people of far districts of Bengal. While Kirtan playing reached its level of full motion, - sometimes Anukulchandra would become unconscious and loose almost all of the signs of existence of life, it happened for hours having only words on his lips. This is popularly known as 'Samadhi'. At this state of his existence he used to utter different subjects matters on - the way of life, techniques on control over passions, mystery of creation of nature, spiritual realizations, salvation, himself and many individual and social matters in Bengali language as well as English, Hindi, Sanskrit and some other unknown languages. People would flock in numbers. Progressively people from other parts of the country attracted to him. About these incidents of only last 72 days of Samadhi, had been recorded and published as the 'Punyaputhi'   (Holy Book), rest that of the initial days could not be noted. The medical explanation of these periods of his life is yet to be given. Since then Anukulchandra was popularly known as Sree Sree Thakur Anukulchandra. He observed closely that the people are getting mentally charged by Kirtan  but unable to retain the emotion for long run. He concluded that - the people's emotional attachment with the higher and pure idea is the only way to harmonize the complications and which can only rescue one from the physical and mental disease. Now Sree Sree Anukulchandra concentrated on social reformation by building the character of the people. He introduced following three-points 'man making' program for each individual, viz. Initiation  - the psycho-sexual attachment with a higher Ideal   A presentation of INDOARYAN SCHOOL OF HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT 3 person. Education  - to follow the path of unfolding the good instincts with Ideal-centric guidance. Marriage - to apply the 'law of eugenics' for transmitting the good characteristics into next generations. Under which He initiated the massive program on –  psycho-spiritual treatment, family adjustment, education reformation, health hygiene, eugenics, industry, agriculture, scientific research, publicity, etc. People of the various classes and professions from the different parts of the country and abroad started to come to him to find the solutions of their different quests. He introduced Ritwik-Singha with the selected spiritually-elevated devotees, who would execute His idea and program for the total existential-becoming of mankind. Gradually this took into shape of an organized movement –   popularly known as “Satsang - Movement”. The Satsang organization has been sprout from the person Sree Sree Anukulchandra under the demanding circumstances of his popularity. Purpose of Satsang organization was to uphold the program of Sree Sree Anukulchandra in undistorted form for the world of humanity. The most remarkable output of the Satsang movement in the context of socio-political scenario was to build the plinth of communal harmony, cultural development, modern scientific awareness based on traditional thoughts. Upholding the idea of the fulfilling life and ideology of the all world past prophets like Krishna, Buddha, Jesus, Mohammad, Chaitannaya, Ramakrishna etc. he said that - true follower of one's own prophet never becomes communal. The amazing thing was - thousands of people of different religious-ideas accepted Sree Sree Anukulchandra as a master or 'Guru' and assembled together to make themselves better spiritual and religious person - the man of humanity. In those days, Bengal including India was on the volcano of communal tension. The demand for division of India was yet to come forward. Sree Sree Anukulchandra years before that, launched a program for equalizing the population ratio of Hindu and Muslim to resist the forthcoming division of India. He also appealed to the contemporary political leaders to support, those came to meet with him, for the probable grave situation of the future of this sub-continent, and he received nothing but assurance. He also faced obstacles from the local Hindu landlords to implement his programs. Leaving all of his big properties including Tapovan School, Mata Monmohini College, the scientific research center - Vishwa Vijyan Kendra, press, workshop, hospital, laundry, agricultural fields, etc, Sree Sree Anukulchandra left Bengal in 1946. Md. Alam Hossen, an old farmer at Himayetpur village standing at the front of his cottage said in an interview The fields you can see so far was of Thakur! He cried and said There was no problem till he stayed here, he was our Allaha! So finally he had to go to Deoghar of Santhal Pargana
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