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Who is A.K. Mozumdar?
A.K. Mozumdar a.k.a. A. K. Mozumdar: Akhoy Kumar Mozumdar, the son of an attorney, was born in a small village about twenty miles north of Calcutta, India,. He was the youngest child, with eight older brothers and one sister. The Mozumdars were a well-established, high caste family. Mozumdar's mother was very devout and seemed to foresee her youngest child's career as a spiritual teacher when she named him Akhoy Kumar, meaning "Son of God." Mozumdar was a dynamic teacher, lecturer, and writer of the New Thought Movement in the United States during the first half of 20th-century. He exhibited a deep knowledge of God - and taught what he called, the "Cosmic Creative Principle." After leaving his family home, he spent time traveling throughout India, then traveled to Bethlehem in search of enlightenment about Christianity. He spent several years in China and Japan but realizing that his destiny was to teach in America. He immigrated to the United States, arriving in Seattle, Washington in 1903. He began attracting the interest of Americans who wanted to hear his message.
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