Ananda Marga: Yoga Meditation and Social Service Organization

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Ananda Marga is a global spiritual and social service organization founded in 1955 by Shrii Shrii Anandamurti (Prabhat Ranjan Sarkar). The mission of Ananda Marga is self-realization (individual emancipation) and service to humanity (collective welfare): the fulfillment of the physical, mental and spiritual needs of all people. Through its meditation centers and service projects around the world, Ananda Marga offers instruction in meditation, yoga and other self-development practices on a non-commercial basis, and responds to social emergencies and long-term social needs. Read more…

The ideology of Ananda Marga is Self-Realization and Service to All.

Both aspects are complementary to each other, and both are necessary for a balanced and fulfilling life.

The welfare of each and everyone is linked to the welfare of society, and the welfare of society depends on the welfare of each and everyone.

Ananda Marga teaches meditation free of charge all around the world.

Visit our learn meditation page to learn meditation today!

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One divine night at Lake Gardens, Baba came out for field walk. The atmosphere was romantic with night lights shining on Baba, giving an added radiance to His already radiant presence. Just before He got into His car, Baba stopped and said in English, “I would like to invite you all to attend a festival of light. This light is both within and without and I would like to invite you to attend it permanently.” … See MoreSee Less

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This new moon, the darkest night of the year, is Diipávalii, the celebration of light over darkness, symbolising the dispelling of the darkness of ignorance by the light of spiritual knowledge, the conquest of good over evil, immortalised in history when Satyabhama, wife of Lord Krsna, defeated Narakasura in battle when he attacked Dwaraka, the ancient city that Krsna built.”Satyabhámá and Rukmińii, Lord Krśńa’s consorts, were always spoken of together. Satyabhámá was adept in social service, government administration and the art of warfare. Perhaps you know the story of how she once led her country to victory.”Once, in Lord Krśńa’s absence, a neighbouring king, Narakasura, attacked Dwaraka, Krśńa’s capital. (By the way, the Dwaraka of Krśńa’s time is no more. It long since became submerged under the Arabian sea. The old city of Dwaraka is sleeping under the Arabian sea: I would say about twenty-six miles west of the present-day Dwaraka.)”Immediately after Narakasura attacked Dwaraka, Satyabhámá lost no time and launched a fierce counterattack against the invading forces. Narakasura’s army was defeated and he died on the battlefield. The day Narakasura was killed was the day before the new-moon day of the month of Karttik [mid-October to mid-November]. The whole city of Dwaraka was transported with joy. They jubilantly celebrated by lighting fourteen candles and, on the following evening, worshipped Satyabhámá with festivities and diipávalii [elaborate lights].” Interestingly, the remains of the ancient city of Dwaraka have recently been discovered west of present-day Dwaraka (Baba said, “I would say about twenty-six miles west of the present-day Dwaraka”): … See MoreSee Less

(PDF) An ancient harbour at Dwarka: Study based on the recent underwater explorations

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