The Spirit of Society, P.R. Sarkar
“There are some fundamental problems applicable to all which are to be solved by all.”
The Importance of Society, P.R. Sarkar
The meaning of society and proper social movement; physical, mental and spiritual afflictions and their resolution.
The Dangers of Communalism, P.R. Sarkar
Sarkar’s last discourse: “On the eve of my departure from this world, I send out a clarion call to those who are preparing in every house to fight against the demons in human form.”
How to Unite Human Society, P.R. Sarkar
Points of Unity in the socio-economic sphere, the psycho-sentimental sphere, and in the spirituo-sentimental sphere, and points of difference.
The Practical Approach, P.R. Sarkar
Pragmatic use of physical, mental and spiritual force in order to eradicate exploitation from society as well as it seeds from the minds of the exploiters.
Basic Differences In Attitude Between The East And The West, P.R. Sarkar
“It behoves both the East and the West to accept a synthetic ideology. Here, the East can help the West spiritually, whereas the materialistic West can extend its material help to the East.”
Morality, P.R. Sarkar
“Humanity’s very existence is based on morality; when morality leads human beings to the fullest expression of their finer human qualities, then alone is its practical value fully realized.”
Sarkar on Social Wealth
The Importance of Cultural Identity to Empower People, Didi Ananda Sadhana
Address to the July 2011 Global PROUT Conference in Caracas.
Socio-economic Units, P.R. Sarkar
The fundamental basis of PROUT’s groupifications (samajas) is social, cultural and economic, and not religious or linguistic.
Criteria for Socio-economic Groupification, P. R. Sarkar
While forming socio-economic units, factors such as same economic problems, uniform economic potentialities, ethnic similarities, the sentimental legacy of the people, and similar geographical features should be considered.
The Subtlest Way of Enmity Is the Deprivation of Prana Dharma, P.R. Sarkar
“PROUT equips human beings with their own práńa dharma and thereby reinforces and strengthen their march along the path of progress.”
The Language Issue, P.R. Sarkar
“To solve the language problem and to adopt the right course of action in this regard, we need foresight, tolerance, practical knowledge, universal love, a proper ideology, earnestness and intelligence.”
The Proutist Samaja Movement, Dr. Dhruba Hojai
“The ‘budhijivis’ or intelligent classes from all walks of life realise the defects in the present systems but, unfortunately, lack the abilities of showing the way for a universal cure.”
A People’s Fundamental Characteristic, Trond Øverland
PROUT’s concept of individual and collective vital characteristics — prana dharma – and their importance.
Unity In Diversity: Samaj and Universality
Basic concepts of PROUT’s concept of samaj leading to humanistic patriotism in practice.
Act Locally, Think Universally
PROUT claims Universality but promotes Groupification along ethnic, linguistic, socio-economic and other lines. Isn’t it a contradiction in terms?
Steps to a Confederation, Dr. S. Inayatullah
Reflections on a Proutistic confederation of South Asian states, suggestions for short-term and long-term measures.
PROUT, Neohumanism and Self-reliance
The implementation of such vast ideas as the end to exploitation and the establishment of PROUT has to be adjusted with present conditions.
Amra Bangali (“We are Bengalis!”) is a people’s movement in India
PBI Demands Vidarbha State
The Social Cycle
Dynamics of the Social Cycle, P.R. Sarkar
The mechanisms of the social cycle and the nature of its psycho-social classes.
Nuclear Revolution, P.R. Sarkar
On the social cycle and revolution, different types of revolution, requirements for revolution to occur.
Proletarian Revolution and Post-capitalist Society, P.R. Sarkar
On revolution and the revolutionary middle class.
Sarkar’s Theory of Social Change: Structure and Transcendence, S. Inayatullah
“For Sarkar, whenever truth is stated in spiritual or material areas of life, there is resistance. This resistance eventually is destroyed by the very forces it uses to destroy truth.”
Prabhat Rainjan Sarkar’s Social Cycles, World Unity and Peace, J. Galtung
In Sarkar’s system money is no longer in command, nor are economists. The goal is not “economic growth” and accumulation of wealth, but true human growth with basic needs satisfied, and unlimited spiritual growth topping that.
Collective Psychology, Gary Coyle
Explains the four socio-psychological classes.
Visions for Global Justice through the Lens of Sarkar’s Social Cycle, Josh Floyd
Current academic discussion taking into account Monbiot, Bunz, Wilber among others.