Sadharan Brahmo Samaj

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The Sadharan Brahmo Samaj
Bengali: সাধারণ ব্রাহ্ম সমাজ
Sadharan Brahmo Samaj building in Kolkata 01.jpg
Sadharan Brahmo Samaj building, Bidhan Sarani, Kolkata
PredecessorBrahmo Samaj
Established15 May 1878 (143 years ago) (1878-05-15)
FoundersAnanda Mohan Bose, Umesh Chandra Dutta, Sivnath Sastri
Founded atCalcutta, British India
TypeReligious organisation
PurposeEducational, Philanthropic, Religious studies, Spirituality
HeadquartersKolkata, West Bengal, India
Official languages
Bengali, Hindi, English
Main organ
Governing Body & Council Body
AffiliationsBrahmoism
Websitethesadharanbrahmosamaj.org
Brahmoism
ScriptureBrahmo Dharma
TheologyMonotheism
Pradhanacharya-1Ram Mohan Roy
Pradhanacharya-2Dwarkanath Tagore
Pradhanacharya-3Debendranath Tagore
AssociationsBrahmo Samaj (Adi Brahmo Samaj and Sadharan Brahmo Samaj)
FounderRam Mohan Roy
Origin28 August 1828 (193 years ago) (1828-08-28)
Calcutta, British India
Separated fromSanātanī Hinduism
Official websitetrue.brahmosamaj.in

The Sadharan Brahmo Samaj (Bengali: সাধারণ ব্রাহ্ম সমাজ, Shadharôn Brahmô Shômaj) is a division of Brahmoism formed as a result of schisms in the Brahmo Samaj in 1866 and 1878 respectively.

It was formed in a public meeting of Brahmos held in the Town Hall of Calcutta on 15 May 1878 (2nd Jaishta 1284 of the Bengali calendar), which included Ananda Mohan Bose.

References

  • The Sadharan Brahmo Samaj = The General Community of Worshippers of the One God.
  • The movement was originally known as the Brahma Sabha (or Assembly of Brahman).
  • A new premises at Chitpore (Jorasankoe) arranged by Dwarkanath Tagore.
  • The appellation Brahmo Samaj (or Community of Brahman) was introduced in 1843 by Maharshi Devendra.Nath.Thakur for the Calcutta Brahmo Samaj. The First Brahmo Schism of 1866 engendered the 2 modern branches of Brahmoism viz. "Adi Brahmo Samaj" and "Sadharan Brahmo Samaj" (previously the general body of erstwhile Brahmo Samaj of India).

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