Bangladesh International Mediation Society BIMS


At A Glance

Bangladesh, officially known as the People’s Republic of Bangladesh, is a country in south Asia. It is the eighth-most populous country in the world with a population exceeding 161 million people. In terms of land mass, Bangladesh ranks 92nd, spanning 147,570 square kilometers, making it one of the most densely populated countries in the world. Bangladesh shares land borders with India to the west, north and east, Myanmar to the south east, and the Bay of Bengal to the south. It is narrowly separated from Nepal and Bhutan by the Siliguri corridor, and from China by Sikkim, in the north, respectively. Dhaka, the capital and largest city is the nation’s economic, political and cultural hub, Chittagong the largest sea port, is the second largest city. Bangladesh independence from Pakistan, declared 26th March, 1971 and victory day 16th December, 1971. Constitution adopted, 16th December, 1972.

In the year 1964, after Darshya village occurrence grandfather (of S.N. Goswami and Arup Kumar Goswami) told a story regarding NECOLENO national and read an article which is;


Nature is that condition, that reality, which in appearance consists in life and death, or, in other words, in the composition and decomposition of all things.

This Nature is subjected to an absolute organization, to determined laws, to a complete order and a finished design, from which it will never depart-to such a degree, indeed, that if you look carefully and with knee sight, from the smallest invisible atom up to such large bodies of the world of existence as the globe of the sun or the other great stars and luminous spheres, whether you regard their arrangement, their composition, their form or their movement, you will find that all are in the highest degree of organization and are under one law from which they will never depart.

But when you look at Nature itself, you see that it has no intelligence, no will. For instance, the nature of fire is to burn; it burns without will or intelligence. The nature of water is fluidity; it flows without will or intelligence. The nature of sun is rediance; it shines without will or intelligence. The nature of vapor is to ascend; it ascends without will or intelligence. Thus it is clear that the natural movements of all things are compelled; there are no voluntary movements except those of animals and, above all, those of man. Man is able to resist and to oppose Nature because he discovers the constitution of things, and through this he commands the forces of Nature; all the inventions he has made are due to his discovery of the constitution of things. For example, he invented the telegraph, which is the means communication between the East and the West. It is evident, then, that man rules over Nature.

Now, when you behold in existence such organizations, arrangements and laws, can you say that all these are the effect of Nature, though Nature has neither intelligence nor perception? If not, it becomes evident that this Nature, which has neither perception nor intelligence, is in the grasp of Almighty God, Who is the Ruler of the world of Nature; whatever He wishes, He causes Nature to manifest.

One of the things which has appeared in the world of existence, and which is one of the requirements of Nature, is human life. Considered from this point of view man is the branch; nature is the root. Then can the will and the intelligence, and the perfections which exists in the branch, be absent in the root?

It is said that Nature in its own essence is in the grasp of the power of God, Who is the Eternal Almighty One; He holds Nature within accurate regulations and laws, and rules over it.”

In the year 1972, under guidance of Mr. Mahendra Shah (maternal relation of S.N. Goswami and Arup Kumar Goswami), Goswami family created “Goswami Trust” and the 1st committee was : Mr. Giridhar Goswami (Chairman), Mr. Mahendra Shah (Secretary), Mr. Samarendra Nath Goswami (Member), Mr. Arup Goswami (Member), Ms. Rupa Goswami (Member) and thereafter in the year 1974, under leadership of Rupa Goswami formed “Mediation Society” based in Scotland and the 1st committee was : Ms. Aishwarya Rajya Lakshmi Devi (Chairman), Ms. Rupa Goswami (Secretary), Ms. Anjana Goswami (Jayantika) (Member), Mr. Samarendra Nath Goswami (Member), Mr. Arup Goswami (Member), Ms. Rikta Goswami (Member) and then, in the year 1995, like minded 29 friends from across the world of “Mediation Society” assembled in Washington D.C. and agreed to run “Mediation Society” in world wide and then, in the year 2017, established Bangladesh International Mediation Society BIMS in Bangladesh.

Bangladesh International Mediation Society BIMS is the self-contributed organization.