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The aims, objectives and doctrines

Aims and objectives

 

(1) To promote the advancement of social, ethical, moral and cultural standards of the members as well to enhance the interest of the “Oroans”.

(2) To promote solidarity, fraternity, self respect and dignity by developing spirit of friendship, brotherhood, co-operation, affection, and mutual harmony; and by communication to enhance the quality of social life by helping to ensure between the members.

(3) To arrange/organize classes, competitions, exhibitions, symposia, seminar, conference, group discussions, cultural programmes and other lawful gathering for the promotions of Aims & Objects of the fellowship.

(4) To translate, print, transmit, circulate and distribute appropriate material for useful knowledge through maintaining a website, and other means; such as - eBooks/ Books, pamphlets, leaflet photographs, journal, and periodical news letter devoted to the cause of fellowship; in addition to interest of Oroans.

(5)  To provide writing opportunity, encourage promulgation and intensification of writing spirit among Oroans; thus they work for the innovation and creativity of the Kurukh literacy.

(6)  To develop Kurukh language technology/tools/software to use in area of IT.

(7) To come together in a platform and exchange views and ideas about the community, language, culture, affairs, events, news and much more by means of telephone, internet, letter, and print media.

(8) To rise funds from the advertisements and deal of products by means of website as well as other media.

(9) To receive subscription/dues, aid, requests, donations in connection to achive any of the purposes of the fellowship.

(9) All the incomes raised by the fellowship shall be solely utilized and applied towards the promotion of its aims and objects only; no amount shall be paid or transferred directly or indirectly by way of profits or in any other manner whatever to the present or past members of the fellowship. No member of the fellowship shall have any personal claim on any properties of the fellowship or make any profits, whatever by virtue of this membership. 

 

 

Doctrines

 

(1) In viewing of the modern age, area, country, religious faith, culture, job and economic status of us, it may be differences; but we all are offspring of the same ancestors, and thus we all are Oroans, and we must stay unified.

(2) Ancestors religion, sacrament, culture and language are the admirable gifts and identity to us and given as paternal possessions.

(3) We believe in “Dharmesh” who has made universe and the nature; he dwells in every element of the nature; he exists in the sun, and the green trees. Mountains, forests, seas and rivers show his glorious power, greatness & reverence. Sun is the symbol of God’s glorious power and brightness.

(4) Whole Universe is regulated by a superpower that is “Dharmesh”, which simply points to the almighty God. The Khenkhel (the earth), Cando (the moon), and Biri (the Sun) are its representative divine powers, which are the prime source of super natural power.

(5)  We worship nature and believe that great consciousness or the God is nature itself.

(6)  Ancestors, we call them “Pachwa Aalar” are worshipped. Spirits of ancestors are called at our home for living with us, as we believe that they possess kind heart and divine power and do well for our family.

(7)  “Sarna” or sacred grove, a remnant of the old Saal forest in which ‘Chala Pachcho”, the village deity dwells. She is our protector; we worship her in the scared grove with the Saal flower for our safety and prosperous life.

(8)  Someone may deem difficult to believe, accept and adopt every primitive theology. They may do as their internal spirit says; but be familiar with or learning of our ancestor’s ritual, background, history and Kurukh language to pass ahead for future generation; which are the prime responsibilities of every Oroans.

(9)  Some of us follow Christianity; however our ancient background, life style, tradition, culture and speaking language are similar with the major stream, excluding sarnaism.

(10) We believe in equality and respect fundamental rights to worship anything, everything or nothing as per individual own insight.

 

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