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Satsang is a philanthropic organization that emerged out of Sree Sree Thakur Anukulchandra. Whenever Sree Sree Thakur plunged into any activity, he did it as a spontaneous response to the demand of the situation or a necessity that popped up before him. The organization Satsang too was born of such a natural process rather than any deliberate pre-planned effort to establish an organization. When people multiplied around Sree Sree Thakur, drawn by the irresistible magnetic pull of his personality, the assembly and the neighbourhood that was fast coming up around Sree Sree Thakur’s home and was throbbing with life and multifarious activity like school, research and so on, it normally took the shape of a well-knit organization bubbling with vitality. So, in the case of Satsang, an organization was not floated. Rather a congregation of people fast cumulating around a great man grew into an organization: an organization of people drawn and dedicated to existence—their own and that of the environment.

Satsang, therefore, is not merely a religious institution or just a social organization but one dedicated to the service and existence of humanity as a whole—the being and becoming of all, using whatever existential means that may be felt necessary evoked by the urge of the situation with Sree Sree Thakur as the Living Ideal and Pivot.

Satsang was registered after independence and partition of India under the Societies Registration Act of 1860, the administration of which is vested in an executive committee comprising not more than 30 members including the President elected for a period of three years by the members of the institution. Its registered office is situated at 68, Surya Sen Street, Kolkata. But the advice and wishes of the Pradhan Acharya is considered paramount in all matters and affairs related to the management, protection and preservation of the properties of Satsang and in all activities relating to the furtherance of the objectives of the society.

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