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Shanti Now in Libia - a proposal for a Peace Mission by Gandhi In Action International

Posted on April 3, 2011 at 18:15 2 Comments

On march 26 I have sent an email to Arya Bushan Bhardwaj , the Founder of Gandhi In Action International….

Dear Arya, I have been following the evolution of the situation in Libia and 

felt compelled  to think of something that could be done as Gandhi In Action in 

 Europe... Shall we protest? and organize some sort of "stop the war" 

 manifestation? Are there groups and NGOs moving in that direction we can join 

 and support?... After some search on the web, I…


A dream to share

Posted on January 18, 2010 at 5:47 1 Comment

Going through the text lines of the famous speech "I have a dream" i have noted the following...

"...I have a dream that one day every valley shall be exalted, every hill and mountain shall be made low, the rough places will be made plain, and the crooked places will be made straight, and the glory of the Lord shall be revealed, and all flesh shall see it together.


And when this happens, when we allow freedom to ring, when we let it ring from every village and every… Continue

things are moving!!

Posted on November 8, 2009 at 21:10 1 Comment


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At 19:49 on February 26, 2012, Eric Colville said…

Thank you Riccardo - sorry it took my 2 years to write back. Peace to you.


At 3:28 on December 5, 2011, Arya Bhushan Bhardwaj said…

Sorry ricky i could not come on your call on skype as i was busy in writing blog, Now i am in Village Attwal putting wild grass on the tin roof to avoid cold. love and blessings,

At 16:27 on April 4, 2011, Tom Ramsay said…

In some ways. We live 30 miles from the closest "large" community, about 500 folks so we do have many friends we see regularly. Not too many visitors at our house because we are relatively isolated, four miles of dirt road to get to our place. We've not had any rain since last September so this year the wildflower, which is usually lovely in March and April, has been almost non-existant. With luck, we'll be getting 5-7 inches of rain in July and August.

Where is Valsesia? What's it like to live there?


Tom Ramsay

At 10:44 on March 28, 2011, BINA SENGAR said…

Dear Riccardo,

I am glad to read your remarks on Sudarshan Foundation Trust.

It will be a great pleasure for me to discuss more on these aspects which you reflected upon.


At 4:48 on February 16, 2011, Arya Bhushan Bhardwaj said…
Thankyou very much Ricky for your comments on You are Your Doctor. Last night I open the Skype but could not talk to you. Hope and pray that you are all well.
At 15:18 on February 7, 2011, Tom Ramsay said…
No, I do not find it to be so. Though people live widely scattered they are very social. We see each other once a week or more, dependent on desire. I spend three or four days a week at home by myself, then go to dinner once a week and normally there are one or two visits with friends. Life is peaceful but we are not alone the way I would think of when considering life on a desert island.
At 13:56 on January 18, 2011, K.G.BABAURAJ said…


I was going through lot of change in my life and career lately and could not bring my self to attend to my social obligations, though it is a lame reason, but true for not responding to your message promptly, thank you very much for your wishes.

hope to be in touch in future,


kg baburaj

At 11:15 on November 12, 2010, Vijay r Yadav said…
Thank you sir
At 13:42 on November 10, 2010, DANIEL LUIS BLANQUER MARSET said…
Thanks Ricardo. I agree completely with your comment.
A big hug,
At 13:34 on November 8, 2010, LLD said…
I can relate to this. Thanks.

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In regard to the life and work of Mahatma Gandhi I am a / we are an
About me / us
Riccardo Gramegna believes in positive change… he studied, experimented, monitored, served change throughout his whole life. His fields of research cover a wide range of human activities… political science, psychology and social behavior, economics and fair trade, holistic health, energy, spirituality, and the expansion of human consciousness.
After practicing and integrating many different teachings in his dailylife, in 1982, he learned about Gandhi, met with Vinoba Bhave and found the synthesis and the whole of his search and a new direction for his personal, family and community life.
Tags… Swa-dharma, Shanti, Ahimsa, Satya, Prem, Karuna, Satyagraha, Gramdan, Gramswaraj, Jai Jagat.
My / our projects, events, campaigns, research, publications
25th anniversary (2011) People's March for a Non-violent Society
"Adopt a Mother, not a Child" campaign
Vanaprastha Ashram
Jai Jagat University of Non-Violence
I am / We are member of the following institution(s)
Euro-coordinator for Gandhi In Action International (global network of nonviolent activists) since 1986
International coordinator for Jai Jagat Mahotsav (Celebrations for the Centenary of Vinoba Bhave, the 125th anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi's birth and the Golden Jubilee of India's independence) 1994/1997
non-violent style of living personal lifecoach
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JAI JAGAT! Victory to the Whole World!
Acharya Vinoba Bhave joined Gandhi when he was very young, about seventeen, while Gandhiji was already shaking India’s consciousness with his writings, speeches and actions. Many, at that time, left their villages to join the revolution.
Young Vinoba was one of them and he was acknowledged by Gandhi for the purity of his heart and his spiritual strength. He became the closest friend and advisor of Mahatma Gandhi, whom choose him as the first individual satyagrahi and when Gandhi was killed in 1948 he led the Sarvodaya movement till his death in 1982.
He walked on foot, from village to village in India, for seventeen years, collecting huge donations of land from the landlords and redistributed it among the landless, for selfsufficiency and freedom from slavery and hunger through an outstanding constructive revolution: the Boodan and Gramdan movement.
The dream of Vinoba was about a world without geopolitical boundaries, no religious divisions, no separations among all human beings, all equal in the Love of the same God. He had a vision of the world as one village, where all humans would live as a family, with Love, Truth and Compassion inspiring their relationship.
He promoted the decentralization of power to the villages and in his Ashrams all important decisions were taken unanimously.
In 1957, the first of November, he was greeted at at huge gathering of the Sarvodaya movement and the crowd was shouting.. Jai Bharat! Jai Bharat! Which means Hail India, Victory to India!, slogan that was very common in post-independence time.
He told the crowd that, from that moment on, they should have greeted him and each other with “Jai Jagat!” victory to the whole world, victory to all.
One world consciousness pioneer, Vinoba had a vision of the fall of all nationalisms and the fusion of humanity in one nation, the planet and one citizenship, humanity.

On the 11th September 1994, at Vigyan Bhavan in New Delhi, with the partecipation of the President of India and Ministers of the Indian Government, it has been inaugurated a three years programme named 'Jai Jagat Mahotsav' celebrating:
-the birth centenary of Acharya Vinoba Bhave
-the 125th anniversary of the birth of Mahatma Gandhi
-the Golden Jubilee of Indian Independence

On the 1st of November 1997, at Gandhi Peace Foundation in New Delhi, was inaugurated the multimedia visual exibition ''Small Is Beautiful'', the report of the activities of the International Coordinators of the celebrations ''Jai Jagat Mahotsav'', Arya B.Bhardwaj, Margaret Huge and Riccardo Gramegna.

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