All posts by prbhkr

The Wording of the Five Fundamental Principles of Prout

Dear reader,

For nearly 40 years, someone has been trying to replace Shrii Prabhat Rainjan Sarkar's original English wording of the fundamental principles of PROUT with his own "translation from Ananda Sutram". In recent years, this proposed rewording has seeped into a couple of publications and Prout training in Denmark and other places.

The attempted rewording of Prout changes the theory …

Sarkar on Free Trade

First, there should be a free trade system so that overproduction can be consumed by other countries or other economic units. In India, excepting the Punjab and Haryana, there is underproduction of milk. In other states, common people cannot get a sufficient amount of milk. But there are many countries, such as certain European countries, where there is overproduction of …

Business People

By Shrii Prabhat Rainjan Sarkar

From "Various Occupations", Human Society Part 1 (1959). Also published in Prout in a Nutshell Volume 1 Part 3, in Supreme Expression Volume 2, and in The Great Universe: Discourses on Society.

Is the medical profession alone floundering in the quagmire of sin? No. Delve into the recesses of any business person's mind and …

Human Progress

By Shrii Prabhat Rainjan Sarkar

To get protection and to enjoy the manifested universe of the Supreme Entity is the birthright of each and every being.

There are three fundamental strata in the manifest universe: physical, metaphysical and causal. Over and above, there is one transcendental sphere. Such are the three strata in the human entity, too: crude, subtle and …

Dignified Socio-economies Both Closed and Open

By Trond Øverland

Keywords: Protectionism, free trade, national capitalism, Prout.

Whenever someone mentions "the economy", many of us actually think of "our society and its economy". It is hard for most people to separate "economy" from "society". We often hear about fluctuating interest rates, unemployment figures, retail prices, and stock exchange markets, but all the while we wonder how such …