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Amal Kumar my was born of parents phani Bhushan roy and Pratibha Rani Roy in jognala Village of Pabna 01st In East Bengal (at present Banga Desh) on Makos sankranti tithi The 14th January, 1929 In his maternal house of big Zaminder Gupta Bhaya Family. He was brought up In his paternal house at Dinhata Subdivision of the then royal State of Cooch Behar during British Raj. He passed matric examination from Dinhata HE. School, I St examination from Cooch Behar Victoria College (Now B.N.Sil College.) Professionally he worked In some thermal power stations as Engineer and some allied jobs In Delhi and Kolkata, before retiring in 1987.
Being brought up in Cooch Behar disst. under the foot of Himalayas in sylvan surroundings of the greeneries all around of the mother earth and with the legacy he Inherited from the rich family culture, he developed special bent of mind that used to experience tremendous gravity of attraction of the universe unknown, swelling into the aspiration to know the unknown. In particular reference to the divine sight of the golden peak Kanchan Jangha that peeped through, daily In the early hour of the day to amaze to ponder over, what lies beyond the golden peak. But this mental make-up gradually dimmed faint and fainter during his professional career. Which was the story of struggle for existence. Though he was fighting fit, yet the world of reality appeared hard and cruel to him. Possively that was the saddest story of the sweetest song of the seed of the mental makeup of his boy-hood. singing in the dense darkness and sprang up as the root by the magic touch of Maha Yogi Sri Mat Narendara Nath Brahmchariji of Deoghar, Badynath Dham, who guided him as torch bearer, till to his wonder, he, for himself read Sri