Category Archives: One human society

From Cardinal Values to Ananda Parivara

Since the start of this century, we see a global erosion of basic civil liberties in countries across the globe. This has gone hand-in-hand with the increasing dominance of society by extreme beliefs, repression of minorities, economic inequality and war. In such a situation the question of World Government becomes inevitable. The ruling capitalists want a global government with a …

Ideological Foundations of Progressive Socialism – 5


By P.R. Sarkar

The more the human mind becomes magnanimous or expanded, the more it rises above the sentiments of tribalism, communalism, provincialism, etc. Often I hear people say that nationalism is an appreciable sentiment and that there is no narrowness in it. But is this true? Nationalism is also relative, just like tribalism, communalism or provincialism. In some …

Ideological Foundations of Progressive Socialism – 1

One Family

By P.R. Sarkar

The Supreme Consciousness is my Father, the Supreme Operative Principle (the force of creation) is my Mother, and the threefold universe (pysical, psychic and spiritual) is my homeland. We are all citizens of this universe.

The universe is the thought projection of the Macrocosmic Mind, and it is in the extroversial and introversial phases of the Cosmic imaginative …

One Human Society

By Acarya Gunamuktananda Avt.

All quotes from the works of PROUT founder Prabhat Ranjan Sarkar except where
otherwise noted.

“Human society is one and indivisible. Don’t try to divide it.
Each and every individual should be looked upon as the
manifestation of the Cosmic Entity.”

As human beings we’ve come a long way on our planet. We’ve made progress in …

One Human Society

P.R. Sarkar
The universal society has only one culture. It has humanitarian value at its very fundament. Human society throughout the universe has only one human sentiment, and that sentiment makes people laugh in happiness and shed tears in sorrow. They try to help others, form society, live peacefully and die peacefully. This is what is called human culture. We …