Ananda Marga Pracaraka Samgha (AMPS)
1955. Follows the socio-spiritual ideology of Shri Anandamurtiji also known as Prabhat Ranjan Sarkar, believing in the emergence of One Human Society -- Ek Manav Samaj (EMS). Also known as Ananda Marga (AM). Full title translates as 'Organization to Propagate the Path of Bliss'.
Promote common spiritual ideology, universal moral code, spirituality in family life, socio-economic equality and security of all human beings, and abolition of caste, states, communal, racial, national, geographical, linguistic and cultural barriers; propagate neo-humanism, with a subjective approach to life through objective adjustment; support and strengthen international organizations in order to build a well-knit social order and all factors that encourage fundamental human ties; encourage and organize common social functions and festivals and use of common systems.
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Regional sectors (6); sectorial offices (9). G-XG6299 - Renaissance Universal (RU) aims to bring about intellectual-intuitional renaissance; Renaissance Artists and Writers (RAWA) is the cultural wing; Women's Welfare Department (WWD); Prevention of Cruelty to Animals and Plants and Cheap Literature (PCAP-CL); Ananda Marga University.
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