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AKHIL BHARAT VIVEKANANDA YUVA MAHAMANDAL

THE IDEA :
1. ‘No nation is Great or Good, because Parliament enacts this or that, because its men are great and good.’
2. ‘Men, men -these is wanted; everything else will be ready.’ “So make man first.’
3. ‘When there will be such men (real men) how long it will take to drive away famines etc from the land?’
4. We must have life-building, man-making, character-making , assimilation of ideas.
5. ‘The first great thing to accomplish is to establish a character.’
6. ‘Therefore first make Character- that is the highest duty to perform.’
7. ‘Let the lotus of your character be full blown, and the results will follow.
8. ‘It is best work among youth in whom lies our hope.’
9. “Be and Make. Let this be our motto.’
10. The whole secret lies in organization, accumulation of power, Co-ordination of wills . Push on with the Organization’

• From these and similar ideas of Swami Vivekananda was born the “MAHAMAMDAL” in 1967, in Calcutta. It has now about a hundred centers in different States of India.
• Its members are neither to leave their home nor studies, nor normal avocations, but to offer only their surplus energy, time and if possible money for this work.
• The Mahamandal makes no discrimination on grounds of Religion, Caste or Creed and stands for Harmony of Religions and National Integration.

VIVEK JIVAN : Monthly Organ of Mahamandal

Subscription: Rs 40/= per Ammun (including Postage)

Available At :Mahamandal City Office:
6/1A, Justice Manmatha Mukherjee Road,
Calcutta-700-009

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  • Jun 13, 2005
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