(Newsletter and Journal of Neohumanist Educational Activities in India)
Gurukul Bulletin—India is published by the Ananda Marga Gurukula, India Office
Two yearly issues, published December and June, serve as a means of communication for Neohumanist projects around India. It is the spirit of Gurukul Bulletin—India to encourage a free sharing of ideas and to stimulate discussion on educational and global issues facing our world and specifically India. All articles express the views of the author, and not necessarily those of AMGK. Gurukul Bulletin—India is open to any and all NHE related projects and faculties of AMGK.
Please send submissions to: admin.india [at] gurukul.edu
On Shiv Mandir Rd. Near Neha Prakash Hospital, Yelahanka New Town, 560064 Bangalore, India.
Attn. Acharya Chinmayananda Avadhuta
VISION OF ANANDA MARGA GURUKUL
The Sanskrit word “Gurukula” (pronounced gurukul) has the following etymology: Gu: darkness; ru: dispeller; kula: an institution. Gurukula is an institution which helps students dispel the darkness of the mind and leads to total emancipation of the individual and society at large. Ananda Marga Gurukula is engaged in creating an international network of Neohumanist Schools and Institutes to hasten the advent of a society in which there is love, peace, understanding, inspiration, justice and health for all beings.
OBJECTIVES OF ANANDA MARGA GURUKULA
To serve humanity with neohumanist spirit and to acquire knowledge for that purpose.
To establish a strong base in Anandanagar and around the world in order to carry on the legacy of its founder for the benefit of future generations.
To provide a sound and conducive environment for students for their physical, social, intellectual, creative and spiritual well-being.
To promote ethical values in individuals and implement these values in the management of projects, schools and institutions.
To establish and maintain schools and special academic institutions around the world as well as a cyber-university.
To initiate teacher education programs to improve and upgrade the quality of education on all academic levels.
To promote Tantra, Neohumanism and PROUT (Progressive Utilization Theory) as the foundation for building a universal society.
To initiate intellectual dialogues and research for all-round renaissance of society.
To facilitate the placement of volunteers across cultures to help build meaningful relationships and to support community and social change projects.
To support the building of a global eco-village network (Master Units)
To encourage the development of micro-enterprises for sustainability of social service projects.