Man is the most evolved being of the creation. He is quite different from other beings. Animals and birds are guided by instincts and man control the instincts. They are guided by rationality. Hence, the purpose of human life is not to eat, drink, sleep and produce some children; but something else also.

Everyman has been born for some higher purpose. God has got some plans and programs with each and every individual.



02 June, 1990 Renaissance Universal Speech, ANANDANAGAR, INDIA.

These are the new AVADHÚTA / AVADHÚTIKÁ’s – they will be going to different corners of this earth, to propagate the gospel of peace, to propagate the ideology of Neo- Humanism, they will be representing the crimson dawn & they will create a NEW WORLD in near future. I Hope –

DUTY FIRST, DUTY LAST, DUTY ALWAYS>> click here for original discourse. This is our duty to find out what are HIS plans and programs for us. As such we have to approach HIM for the purpose.

First of all, we have to know the process how to be in HIS close contact and then we should know our duties and responsibilities towards the human society, animal and vegetable kingdoms. The more we forget ourselves and think over the causes of others, the nearer we shall be with HIM. HE will utilize us and execute all HIS plans and programs through us. That will be the proper utility of our lives. We shall be satisfied with ourselves and die peaceful death.

In this way though we are in this world; but we have raised above the self. We lived for others and at the same time, we came in contact with an Entity which is beyond the periphery of time, place and person, which are subject to change. Thus we enjoyed both the worlds.

From 1955 to 1966, BA’BA’ shaped the ÁNANDA MÁRGA Organization in India.
Towards the end of 1965-66, BA’BA’ was ready to expand ÁNANDA MÁRGA outside the sub-continent. By 1966 a group of young AVADHÚTA/IKÁ AND AVADHÚTA had already had intensive training and had gained enough experience.
One day, BA’BA’ sat with the senior workers and organized the whole globe into various administrative areas for mission work. BA’BA’ dictated instructions regarding it. BA’BA’ divided the world into nine sectors keeping in mind the geographical considerations such as rivers, mountain ranges, planes, deserts and plateaus.
These nine sectors are: Delhi, Hongkong, Manila, Sydney (later the name was changed to Suva), New York, George­town, Berlin, Kahira and Nairobi.
1.Delhi Sector – India, Nepal, Bhutan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Maldives.
2.Hongkong Sector - Mongolia, China, Tibet, Japan, Taiwan, Hongkong, Macao, Korea and Asiatic Russia (east of the Ural mountains).
3.Manila Sector - Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singa­pore, Burma, Thailand, Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam.
4.Suva Sector – Australia, New Zealand, Fiji, Papua-New Guinea, Guam and the South Pacific islands.
5.New York Sector – Canada, United States of America, Mexico, Central America, Cuba and Carribean islands.
6.Georgetown Sector - Colombia, Venezuela, Surinam, Guyana, French Guyana, Brazil, Argentina, Chile, Peru, Bolivia, Uruguay and Paraguay.
7.Berlin Sector – Greenland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Denmark, Holland, Belgium, Luxembourg, Germany, France, United Kingdom, Spain, Portugal, Italy, Switzerland, the European countries of former Soviet Union, Po­land, Hungary, Austria, Romania and Bulgaria, Algeria and Morocco.
8.Kahira Sector – the countries of former Yugoslavia, Albania,Greece, Israel, Cyprus, Malta, West Asia, Egypt, Sudan, Libya, Tunisia.
9.Nairobi Sector – All the sub-Saharan Africa, about 45 countries.

Sectors were divided into regions, regions into dioceses, dioceses into districts, districts into blocks, blocks into panchayets and panchayets into villages.
For example Delhi Sector was divided into ten regions -
4.Chandigarh, .
9.Kathmandu and

AMPS-1 – Structure of ÁNANDA MÁRGA PRACÁRAKA SAḾGHA Global Organization – Part 1

AMPS-2 – Structure of ÁNANDA MÁRGA PRACÁRAKA SAḾGHA Global Organization – Part 2



For structural convenience ÁNANDA MÁRGA has divided the world into nine sectors.

  1. DELHI SECTOR (includes India, Nepal, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka)

  2. Nairobi Sector – The African countries (Sub Sahara) which come under this sector are undergoing a transition period. Colonial rule has given way to new and unstable Governments trying hard to survive and develop. Africa is not only poor, it is undeveloped in almost all walks of life.

  3. BERLIN SECTOR- Spread over the whole continent of Europe, Berlin sector includes Arabic countries Algeria and Morocco and in north-west it stretches to Greenland. Europe always was in the lime light for the last 500 years and so it is today.

  4. HONGKONG SECTOR – Hong Kong sector covers Japan, China, Asiatic Russia, North and South Korea, it is the biggest of all the sectors.

  5. MANILA SECTOR- Divided into six regions, Manila sector, is next only to India as far as number of margiis are concerned. Manila had the privilege to receive the first overseas missionary from India in the sixties. One can find here margiis of 18 to 20 years standing. The Margi’s are very devoted and were blessed by two visits of BA’BA’ and devotionally charged DMC’s.

  6. SUVA SECTOR – The sector covers Australia, New Zealand, and islands Fiji, Guana, Port Moresby etc. The sector is also one of those whose work started quite early i.e in late sixties. Suva sector has always been dynamic and fought a long battle with the oppressive method of evil forces and came out victorious.

  7. New York Sector- With its sectorial headquarters at Denver, NY sector has 16 regions covering entire North and Central America.

  8. GEORGETOWN SECTOR- Georgetown Sector is spread over entire South America. Brazil, the biggest country speaks Portuguese while other countries speak Spanish language.

  9. Qahira Sector –  Spread over 3 countries, the 12 regions of Qahira sector are very much diverse. The middle east countries, which forms the core of the sector are not so much open to new ideas, yet the dedicated workers have definitely made a dent and there are Ananda Marga activities in almost all the Middle East Countries.