Ānandamārga

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By Jit Majumdar

Sometimes transliterated as: Anandamarga, AnandamArga, AAnandamaarga


  1. the path of bliss; the tradition of bliss.
  2. a modern socio-cultural and spiritual movement and order based on the philosophies of Tantra and Yoga, and aiming at self-actualization and social service, comprising of both renunciate and non-renunciate members, founded by the Bengali philosopher, activist, author, poet, composer and linguist Prabhat Ranjan Sarkar, also known as Śrī Ānandamūrti, in 1955 CE, in the state of Bihar.
  3. the path of bliss; the tradition of bliss.
  4. a modern socio-cultural and spiritual movement and order based on the philosophies of Tantra and Yoga, and aiming at self-actualization and social service, comprising of both renunciate and non-renunciate members, founded by the Bengali philosopher, activist, author, poet, composer and linguist Prabhat Ranjan Sarkar, also known as Śrī Ānandamūrti, in 1955 CE, in the state of Bihar.By Jit Majumdar


  1. the path of bliss; the tradition of bliss.
  2. a modern socio-cultural and spiritual movement and order based on the philosophies of Tantra and Yoga, and aiming at self-actualization and social service, comprising of both renunciate and non-renunciate members, founded by the Bengali philosopher, activist, author, poet, composer and linguist Prabhat Ranjan Sarkar, also known as Śrī Ānandamūrti, in 1955 CE, in the state of Bihar.