Congratulations! By visiting this site you have already evinced a characteristic of a true Freemason; the desire to seek knowledge. While going through the site your Intelligent Mind, Innocent about the concept of Freemasonry will start Inquiring as to how can one become a Freemason? What is Freemasonry and what does it purport to teach?

Let us than first look at what Freemasonry is and what it is not and than examine as to who are considered proper & fit persons to be admitted to it's privileges.

What is Freemasonry?
Freemasonry is a system of morality which through its' practice, enables its' members to advance themselves- Spiritually. Freemasonry is based in a religious and moral context but it is not a religious society. Freemasonry requires its' members to believe firmly in GOD by what ever name is HE referred to. The fundamental principles of freemasonry are Brotherly Love, Relief and Truth.

One approaches Freemasonry for the purpose of helping others and while doing so, enjoys the company of other men of high moral character actuated by similar ideas.

Freemasonry is also an educational society in that it teaches its' members the duty he owes to GOD, to his neighbour, to his family, and to himself. It inspires men with the feeling of charity and goodwill towards all mankind. It teaches truth and justice, fraternity and philanthropy.

What Freemasonry is not
Freemasonry is not a religious society.
Freemasonry has secrets but is not a secret society.
Freemasonry is not a political society.
Freemasonry is not a benefit society.
Freemasonry is not a social club.
Freemasonry is not dogmatic and all religions are welcome and are respected.

Who are fit and proper persons to be made Freemasons
As already explained earlier, to become a freemason one must have a firm belief in GOD. Free and mature men (at least 21 years of age), having a firm belief in GOD, desirous of being of help to others, interested in self improvement, having high morals and sound judgement are fit and proper persons to be made Freemasons. The admission however is not by direct application but by recommendation. However the application must be motivated by your own free will and accord; not due to persuasion by any one else. Since Freemasonry is a society that prizes honour and virtue above all else, any new member is initiated only after recommendation by a brother who is acquainted with the candidate for some time. You have already by now probably seen the photographs of our members. May be you already know one of your acquaintances to be a Freemason. Please approach them or you may wish to approach the office bearers whose contact details are provided in the section "About Us". We shall be more than glad to welcome you into this most honorable and ancient institution.