Raja Kamleshwari Prasad Singh had two sons Raja Shivanandan and Raja Raghunandan
Raja Shivanandan had two sons: Raja Devakinandan and Rajkumar Yadhunandan
Raja Devakinandandan Prasad Singh and Rani Ramavati Devi
Raja Devakinandan has one son: Rajkumar Sachinandan
Raja Sacinandana Prasada Singh had two sons , Rajkumar Ananta Prasada Singh and Rajkumar Krishna Prasada Singh.
Rajkumar Ananta Prashad Singh and His Brother
Raja Ananta Prashad Singh and his Family
Rani Anju Singh, Raja Ananta P. Singh, Raj Kumari Priti
Rani Anju Singh, Raja Ananta Prashad Singh, Raj Kumari Niti
Raj Kumar Ajit Singh (Raja)
Raja Ananta P. Singh, Raj Kumar Ajit Singh (Raja)
Ananta Prasada Singh, now known as Sripada BV Sadhu Maharaja, preserved the tradition of his grandfather's worship of Sri Sri Radha Mohan in Vrindavana, while simultaneously supporting his large family. The charitable tradition combined with the deep spiritual commitment to the worship of Radha Mohanji and the resulting development of higher consciousness turned Ananta Prasada Singh into a person who was living in two separate realities. After taking initiation from Radha Govinda dasa Babaji, together with his wife, he was sent by his Gurudeva to meet with Srila Prabhupada Bhaktivedanta Swami. Originally he was reluctant to go and asked his Gurudeva, "Why should I go to meet him. I've already got you. You are my guide." His Gurudeva told him that Srila Prabhupada was an incartnation of the mercy of Nityananda Prabhu and that he therefore should go and see him.
Raja Sir Raghunandan Prashad Singh
Our story focuses primarily on Raja Sir Raghunandana Prasada Singh, who became the ruler of this area during the British Raj, as an heir to his predecessor Raja Kamalesvari Prasada Singh, and was actually installed in full power during the British administration period in India.
One of the special features of the King of Munger was that he became a Vaishnava, even though his family had previously been devoted to worshiping Lord Siva.
He also constructed a temple in honor of Sri Chaitanya, called the Prema Mandir, which is also situated in Mungir. There is another temple the Raja had constructed in Jandaha. It is the Patita Pavana Temple.
His devotion to Lord Krishna was so strong that he and his wife spent more time chanting and hearing hari-katha, then they did running the governmental affairs.
The Maharaja was also very committed to translating Vaishnava literature from Bengali into the local Hindi language, to share the treasures of the teachings of Lord Chaitanya with all the local people under his care.
Raja Sir Raghunandan Prasad Singh, KT (knight) MLC Member of Legislative Council. Member of Indian Parliament
Raja Raghunandan with Rolls Royce atending the parliment at Delhi
Raja Sir Raghunandana Prasada Singh also organized pilgrimages. He would rent trains from the Indian railway to bring hundreds of citizens to Vrindavana for the Vraja Mandala parikrama. While in Vrindavana he secured land on the Mathura road to establish, acording to the royal tradition of those times, a beautiful temple, dharmsala and gosala for service to Vraja Mandala. The temple which he constructed at this place, is now divided by the Mathura road into Mungir Mandir and Chota-Mungir Mandir, they are situated before the Rama-Krishna hospital and the Jaipur mandir. Their lordships Sri Sri Radha Mohanji and their favorite accompanying gopis, Lalita, Vishakha, Citra and Campakalata were installed on a silver throne, surrounded by beautiful gardens of kadamba and tamal trees.
Royal Memories of the Family
Raja Raghunandana Prasada Singh was married by the wish of his father, but he did not have much inclination to family life. All he would do was chant the Holy Names all night.
His wife would do the same while sitting on the other side of the room. After many years of marriage there was no child, so his father gave him the order that he must produce an heir. Otherwise the family's royal lineage would be broken. The result was Rajkumar Sacinandana Prasada Singh.
At that time as India was undergoing great turmoil in the effort to gain independence, kings were left without income while still burdened with the duty to maintain the temples, schools, hospitals and public services. Great efforts were made to shift these social responsibilities to new governmental deparments.
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Sri Sri Radha Mohan Temple Trust Board, VRINDAVANA
Sacinandana Smriti Bhavan (Guest House), VRINDAVANA
Temple of Love, MUNGER
Sri Jagannatha Temple Trust, Kastharni Ghat, MUNGER
Patita Pavana Temple Trust, JAMDHA
Durga Sthan, Bekapur, MUNGIR
Kumar Sacinandana Durga Sthan, JAMDHA
Sri Sivanandana Nath Temple Trust Board, MUNGER
Mungir Raj Royal Award Program, VRINDAVANA
House Of Wisdom Restoration and Dham Seva, VRINDAVANA
Vaishnava Literature Publications
Raja Devakinandana & Diamond Jubilee College, MUNGER
T.N.B. College, BHAGALPUR
Willar Sanat Hall, PATNA
Rani Saraswati Sanskrit School, MUNGER
Madle School, KAJRA
House Of Wisdom Educational Charity
Townhall of Munger
Paying ward of Sadar Hospital, MUNGER
Kumar Market, MUNGER
Donated to Municipal Corporation (Raja Bazar)
Kastharni Ghat, MUNGER
Baua Ghat, Munger
Crematory Ghat, Munger
House Of Wisdom General Charity