New Man : New World: Anuvrat

Published: 01.12.2008
Updated: 27.12.2008

The Anuvrat Movement was launched by Acharya Shree Tulsi in 1949 for character-building, purification of life, development of willpower and self-realization. Inculcation of

  • Right Faith
  • Right Resolve
  • Right Conduct

is the Philosophy of Anuvrat. The removal of discrepancy between precept and practice is its objective. To achieve this end, Acharya Shree Tulsi envisaged a change in the stereotyped conventions of religion. The Anuvrat Movement presented religion in a new from. Religion was so far limited only to devotional activities but the Anuvrat gave importance to character, morality and self-discipline in day-to-day affairs.

Anuvrat is free from sectarianism. It does not aim at initiating someone into a particular religion, but to make man a 'human' in its real sense. Keeping this purpose in view, a code of conduct has been formulated. Preserving their respective religious faiths and devotional patterns, people are entitled to become Anuvrati provided they observe the code of conduct of Anuvrat. It is a project for the spiritual and moral rejuvenation of life, aiming at the total good of a person.

Anuvrat has inspired millions of people from all faiths and communities to lead an upright life, discarding the narrow consideration of caste, creed, colour and sex, implement the ideals of non-violence and non-possessiveness in day-to-day life, and consider 'self-discipline' as the guiding principle in their life.

Edition 2005
ISBN No. 81-7196-019-7

© Adarsh Sahitya Sangh
210 Deendayal Upadhyay Marg,
New Delhi-110 002

Edited by:
Muni Dhananjay Kumar

Translated by:
Prof. R.P. Bhatnagar

Published by:
Kamlesh Chaturvedi
Adarsh Sahitya Sangh,
210 Deendayal Upadhyay Marg
New Delhi

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R-Tech Offset Printer Delhi-110032

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