ANANDA NAGAR

CITY OF BLISS IN A LAND OF LIGHT

Sweet is the soil of Rarh – Days passes by, time rolled on. From beginningless to endless time, through tempestuous storms, through crashing thunder, the mountains of Rarh gradually began to erode, and the crowns of snow on their heads began to slip off……

Many  millions of years after Rarh was formed, the Himalayas emerged , and from them the river Ganges and Brahmapura flowed. ..

Indeed, Rarh is the very starting point of human civilization. If Chinese civilization is 6000 years old, and Vaedic civilization is 15,000 years old, the civilization of Rarh is more than 20,000 years old. And in this ancient civilization, the seeds of spirituality were first planted in human hearts.

The cave of the cakras was recently discovered in the hills of Ananda Nagar, which confirms the ancient spiritual heritage of this land. In Dimdiha Hill, an extinct volcano(literally, “the high place of the eggs” – so named because of the Siberian birds who used to migrate and lay their eggs there. Shrii P.R.Sarkar as discovered several caves dating back to the Stone Age. In May 1987, as per direction of Shrii P.R.Sarkar, the whole timers crawled inside the passage way of a cave in Dimdiha hill, found an ancient mystical symbols inscribed on those cavernous walls: triangles, crescent moon, circles and helical shapes – all symbols of the spiritual practices of Tantra. Later Shrii P.R.Sarkar explained, these stone craved symbols are cakras or subtle energy centres in the human body and of the subtle nerve currents ida, piungala and sushumna which flow up and down the spinal column. These cravings were made nearly 7000 years ago with simple stone implements by ancient Tantrikas followers of Lord Shiva who Himself taught Navacakra Sadhana(Meditation on the nine cakras) and thus named the cave Navacakra Guha, “The Cave of Nine Cakras”.

No generation before us has had the capacity to alter, as we are now doing, the climate, diversity of plant and animal species, and the amount of soil and forest on earth. We are, at an accelerated rate, rupturing the web of life and destroying our world. Ten percent of all plant species are threatened; we are losing one species a day. By 1990 the rate will increase to one an hour. 25,000 species of plants are threatened with extinction, and with each of them, 20-40 other species which are dependent on each of those plants for survival, may disappear.

The Grand plan of Ananda Nagar:

AREA:Ananda Nagar comprises an area of 110 square Kms divided into nine sections: Central (Madhya Ananda Nagar), East (Purva AN), West (Paschim AN), North(Uttara), and South (Daksina), Extreme East (Purva Pratyantra), Extreme West(Pashcim Pratyanta), Extreme North and Extreme South….

Rivers and Dams: There will be 25 dams and barrages on Ananda Nagar’s seven rivers: Uttara River, Daksina, Govakii, Alakananda, Mandakinii, Kunti and Para’gati.

Lakes: 400 lakhs are planned for Ananda Naga, of which the biggest will be Aryabhatta Sayar beside Singhbhum Hostel, named after a 12th century astrophysicist.

Beauty spots as well as extensive road system. Gardening and parks, Industries, Agricultural projects, Service projects, wildlife sanctuaries and courier service.

The water at Ananda Nagar is rich in iodine and sulphur, and is excellent for digestion; and the ozone in the air is extremely beneficial for health, especially for TB patients. There are also numerous “Paincavatis” or groves of five trees (wood apple, neem, banya, pipul and simul trees) which combinedly create a special aura of vitality and invigorate those who sit or meditate them.

SOME INDUSTRIAL PROJECTS AT ANANDA NAGAR:

*Dairy products

*Herbal and Ayurvedic medicines

*Honey and beeswax products

*Jams, jellies, syrups and pickles

*Refined sugar, glucose & candles

*Baked goods

* Distilled water & ice

* Paper & packing houses

*Inks & pens

*Machines & tools

*Bolts, nuts & ribbets

*Cement from paddy

*Soup, shampoos, toothpaste, detergent and natural cosmetics

* Processed cereals and pulses

*Rope products

*Glassware & kitchen utensils

*Bandages & first aid materials and basic hospital apparatus

* Woven cloth, clothing & silk and cotton thread

*Toy& sports goods

* Scents from flowers

*Handicrafts & furniture

*Stainless steel, iron & aluminum goods

* Boric powder & napthelene

*Mattresses & mosquito nets

*Fertilizer

* Video recorder assembly

*Audio tape recorders

*Television sets

*Solar-powdered cycles

*Peanut butter

*Ferrous kitchen instruments

*Medicated candy and lozenges

*Lacquer

*Rope products