Notable Work

Other notable Work of Dr. Mahanambrata

After his return from U.S.A. in April, 1939 he was requested to accept the post of Principal of a college in Barisal by Sher-E-Bangla A.K. Fazlul Haque, the then Prime Minister of Undivided Bengal, but refused politely and preferred to continue his monastic life and lecture tours to arouse moral and spiritual consciousness of people of India, particularly of undivided Bengal. Since partition of the country and formation of India and Pakistan in 1947, he preferred to remain in the then East Pakistan (now Bangladesh), in order to safeguard and protect the religion and culture of minority Hindus of his motherland. When other religious institutions left East Pakistan due to inhuman torture, murder, loot, arson including destruction of temples, deities of Maths, Dr.Brahmachariji with all risks of life widely toured from one corner of Bangladesh to another and extended moral support and inspiration to religious minority people.

During Bangladesh freedom struggle (Mukti Yuddha) in 1971 lakhs of people were killed including 8 Brahmacharis of Sri Angan, Faridpur. On getting the information of the brutaekilling of the BrahmaCharies while they were chanting Harinam Dr. Brahmachariji gave up taking rice with a vow that he would not take it again till the liberation of East Pakistan. He was in a remote village Asanpur under Bajitpur P.S. of Kishoregong district wherefrom he left for India by boat. The local deciples, to commemorate his historic journey, have established a Mandir there where kirtan & Arati are hold every day chanting Lila Kirtan.

He personally visited the effected areas, temples, and relief camps where thousands of people took shelter giving them psychological and moral support as well as material assistance.

He set up Devasthali Samskar Samity and appealed to generous people and religious institutions of India & Bangladesh to raise funds for reconstruction of temples and reinstallation of deities and was personally present during reinstallation at many places like Dhaka, Narayangonj, Brahmanbaria, Sylhet, Sunamgonj, Faridpur, Chattagram etc. In 1975 he founded Bangladesh Sanatan Dharma Mahamondal to look after the religious and cultural interests and heritages of Hindus, being its President. The great assembly of the Mahamondol was held at Narayangonj in April 1975 where people from different districts and remote places of Bangladesh participated.

He set up Devasthali Samskar Samity and appealed to generous people and religious institutions of India & Bangladesh to raise funds for reconstruction of temples and reinstallation of deities and was personally present during reinstallation at many places like Dhaka, Narayangonj, Brahmanbaria, Sylhet, Sunamgonj, Faridpur, Chattagram etc. In 1975 he founded Bangladesh Sanatan Dharma Mahamondal to look after the religious and cultural interests and heritages of Hindus, being its President. The great assembly of the Mahamondol was held at Narayangonj in April 1975 where people from different districts and remote places of Bangladesh participated.

Emmergence of Bangladesh and aftermath

After the end of the liberation war on 16 December, 1971 millions of people who took shelter in various relief camps/training camps returned to their motherland. The entire country was having a war ravaged look. Pak soldiers destroyed many famous temples including Sri Angan Faridpur, Ramna Kalibari, Dhaka, Kal Bhairab Mandir, Brahmanbaria, Ram Krisna Mission Dhaka, Chatteswari Mandir Chittagong etc. Dait lies of Maths and Mandirs were looted and the buildings were burnt/destructed, Sebaits were either killed or fled away in fear. In the backdrop of such a situation Dr. Brahmachari appeared as a ressuractor and ray of hope started emitting amongst the worst affected minorities of Bangladesh.

Narayangonj Speach

The Presidential speech delivered in Narayangonj on 4 April, 1975 which goes as under shall always be a source of inspiration for the Bangladeshi Hindus for all time to come.

The journey was not stopped. He started to organize such meetings/religious congre gassions all over Bangladesh. An untiting traveller sometime used to go on foot where no transportation facility was there.

He inaugurated Angan Dulal Library at Sree Angan, Faridpur on......1984. He fomed Bangladesh Mahanam Sevak Sangha as its chief Patron with Principal Narendra Chandra Ghosh as President and Advocate Surendra Chandra Mallick as Secretary at a meeting in Brahmanbaria in the year.....to mobilize his disciples and to help organize and to activate performance of various programmes of Mahanam Sampradaya. Afterwards, Mahanam Yuba Sebak Sangha was also formed with his blessings with Manash Ghosh, Dipak Baral & others in the year with a view to undertake various socio-religious programs who started giving medical support through Mahendrajee Charitable Dispensary, published some of his books, gave scholarships to poor & meritorious students and financial support to the needy persons/families for the marriage ceremony of their daughters.

Of his notable works the programs arranged at Ramkrisna Mission, Dhaka in February, 1985 to commemorate the 500th birth anniversary of chaitanya Mahaprabhu and the colourful rally (Sahasra Madal Shova Yatar) under his able stewardship will be remembered by us for time immemorials. It was indeed the manifestation of his organizing capability and hypnotic power to conquer the minds of the people of various strata. On this auspicious occassion in his presidential speech Dr. Brahmachari said......................

After returning back from abroad in April 1939 he was alive for more than 60 years. During that period he travelled various parts of Bangladesh and India to imbibe Manusatya among the people of this part of the world. He was given spectacular civic reception in Dhaka and Kolkata in the year 1988 and 1998 respectively. He was awarded 'Bharat Shiromani' on 19 September, 1998 after which date he could not appear before any public meeting. He become incapacited and remaind confined at Gurudham, Raghu Nath VIP Road