Shree Shree Thakur Anukulchandra was a spiritual leader and philosopher who founded the Satsang movement in India. According to his teachings, prayer is an important part of spiritual practice and should be done regularly.
The prayer time in the Satsang movement is known as ‘Satsang Prarthana’ and is usually held twice a day – in the morning and in the evening. During these prayer sessions, devotees gather to chant hymns and recite prayers, with a focus on expressing gratitude to God and seeking his blessings. The morning prayer session, also known as ‘Prabhat Feri’, is typically held before sunrise and is meant to be a time for devotees to offer their first prayers of the day. The evening prayer session, also known as ‘Sandhya Feri’, is held in the evening before sunset and is a time for devotees to reflect on their day and offer prayers for their well-being and the well-being of others.
In addition to these regular prayer sessions, Shree Shree Thakur Anukulchandra emphasized the importance of individual prayer and meditation as a means of deepening one’s spiritual practice and developing a personal relationship with God. He believed that prayer should be a continuous and ongoing practice, not just something done at specific times or in specific places.