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The PCAP movement is to rescue the plant community and serve the animals and humans by starting movements for regular plantation programmes everywhere. This will revive barren lands, rivers and the local economy.


The PCAP movement is to rescue the animal community by organising free veterinary camps to provide aid to ailing animals and to raise awareness how to take care and love our domestic animals.


The PCAP movement aims to organize local communities to defend their forests and their wild animal family members from destruction. The goal being to once more make India and all lands what they once were - forest lands in which rishis and druids gained wisdom and the people lived in peace and prosperity.

PCAP (pronounced “pee-cap”) is an acronym for "Prevention Of Cruelty To Animals And Plants".


PCAP is a volunteer organisation founded in 1977 by our Revered Sadguru Shrii Prabhat Ranjan Sarkar (Shrii Shrii Anandamurtijii).

In 1982 Shrii Prabhat Ranjan Sarkar revealed Neo-Humanism – the cult of love for all created beings of this universe. This new worldview and loving inspiration is the foundation for fulfilling PCAP mission.

The PCAP movement is to bring worldwide consciousness among human beings regarding the rights of the members of the animal and plant kingdoms.

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