Anukulchandra was born on 14 September 1888 in a Brahmin family, in the village of Himaitpur, in the Pabna District of East Bengal (now Bangladesh) in Undivided India. His father was Sri Sivachandra Chakravarty (Shandilya Gotra Kanyakubja Brahmin) and his mother was Manomohini Devi. Both his parents were extremely devotional. Sri Sri Thakur Anukulchandra From early childhood, Anukulchandra was devoted to his mother, and accepted her as his guru. His mother Manomohini Devi was a follower of Huzur Maharaj of Dayalbagh, Radhaswami Satsang of Agra and she initiated Anukulchandra into the sect (known as ‘Dikhsha’) on his behalf. read more
Dharma induces one to evolve out of ardor to a particular oneness.
Energetic serviceable zeal is the root of Bhakti.
Devoted love is the way to Knowledge
Love is always impregnated with love.
Be constant to your Lord with meditation and have bliss.