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Sri Prahlad Chandra Brahmachari had spread the message of humanity. Right from his childhood he was interested in spiritual matters. He was born into a poor family. As a child, he had to go out to get alms for the whole family. One day he got an advice from a person that in order to get spiritual education he needs to climb on the mountain where numerous saints meditate. As per the advice he went on to climb the mountain and started to serve the saints by providing them wood for their sacred fire ceremonies.
He stayed in the mountains and in the deep jungles. However he returned to his home for leading a peaceful life with his parents. The financial crisis of the family forced him to migrate to the city of Kolkata
and forced him to beg for the livelihood of his family. During his stay in the city of Kolkata, he had the habit of meditating on the banks of the Ganga River
. Later on he became a chief priest in the temple of Kuldanga and Ramnathpur village. After working as the chief priest in the temple, he decided to go for a tour for spreading his thoughts and also the message of humanity. He went to America for spreading the message of humanity in the year of 1976. He died in the year 1982.
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