My dear friend from Gandhi Foundation UK, Matthew Bain, took the initiative to explore the relevence of Gandhi and Ayurveda. There joins Sh. Dholakia. The latest comments by Shri Matthew are really very much thought provoking. I hope Sh. Dholakia will positively comment on that.
I have been working on Gandhi and Ayurveda for the last 24 years in India and in the West. I have studied and researched on the similarities of approache towards life-cycle in Gandhi and Ayurveda. I have the… Continue
Added by Arya Bhushan Bhardwaj on February 26, 2009 at 2:30pm —
Welcome to all new members who joined GandhiTopia last week! Now the GandhTopia family has 314 members.
As they have not been used, several groups have been deleted. Presently, the only Group is the Mahatma Gandhi News Digest. I suggest that discussions take place only in the Discussion Forum, to make it easier for members and visitors to find discussions.
New on GandhiTopia this week:
The video, photo and music players on GandhiTopia are getting a new design and a… Continue
Added by GandhiServe Foundation on February 23, 2009 at 12:16pm —
Shri Dholkia made a long comment on my Blog Gandhi and Ayurveda ---4, I thank him very much. I would like to know more from the good friend if he wants to prove wether Gandhi was against Ayurveda or the people who work in the name of Ayurveda?
Added by Arya Bhushan Bhardwaj on February 23, 2009 at 4:14am —
Added by Paula on February 22, 2009 at 12:55am —
"Bollywood actor Dev Anand has made great contributions to strengthen the relations existing at the people-to-people level by making some very popular films in Nepal. His films helped introduce Nepal's image in India. For the last four decades, Dev Anand's passion to visit Nepal has continued. Even at this stage, he came to Nepal to unveil his autobiography, ‘Romancing With Life.’
Although he is 85, Dev Anand still has the same charisma, and his smile still has the same power to… Continue
Added by kamala b sarup on February 21, 2009 at 12:51pm —
Welcome to all new members who joined GandhiTopia last week! Now the GandhTopia family has 300 members.
Please post all your events relating to Gandhi, peace and Nonviolence in the Events Calendar.
Since the pre-set groups are not used by our members I consider to remove them. What do you think?
New on GandhiTopia this week: On 23 Feb, new video, photo and music players are released as well as a redesigned chat feature.
Volunteers welcome: I’m still… Continue
Added by GandhiServe Foundation on February 18, 2009 at 11:17am —
Respected Friend/ Brothers and Sister,
Gandhi was a wonderful personality of World. Gandhi wrote a book against western culture called Hind Swaraj. If you are a scholar or activist. Please learn this book. This year is 100 year of Hind Swaraj. I am editing a book on Hind Swaraj. If you are interested in Gandhi and Hind swaraj, please sure learn this book.
I am inviting to all. Please send your valuable article for this book in 15-20 pages. I am waiting your article.… Continue
Added by Dr. Kanhaiya Tripathi on February 17, 2009 at 1:00pm —
Gandhi has given a new concept of solving political, social and economic problems by not using physical force, but positive mental approach and spiritual powar. From time immemorial, human being has been using violent methods to deal with political problems such as Geo-political boundaries, at the global level; and Social problems like land problemes at the local level. We all know that maximum international problems are the disputes over boundaries, and maximum local disputes are over landed… Continue
Added by Arya Bhushan Bhardwaj on February 17, 2009 at 11:36am —
I was surprised to see in International Media how it projected Gandhi a few weeks ago, "Freedom Fighter Mohan Das Karam Chand Gandhi". It shows that Gandhi is not completely understood by the media and also by most of the masses. Gandhi is living not only for his role in India's political fight, he is relevent in today's context for his new ideas that he gave to the World. He gave an innovative idea of Freedom, that is 'Swaraj'. That is the concept which he revived, given long back in the… Continue
Added by Arya Bhushan Bhardwaj on February 17, 2009 at 3:04am —
Dear Gandhi Topia participants,
I recently joined Gandhi Topia thanks to Peter Rule's invitation. I am beginning with this blog in order to see what we have in common and what insights with related actions we arrive at. Below is my Gandhi Topia opening statement. It is challenging because it addresses the most threatening issues to life on earth, at least to life as we know it: Global Climate Change, Peak Oil (and natural resources), and modern war making with weapons of mass… Continue
Added by Bernard "Bernie" Meyer on February 12, 2009 at 6:27pm —
Meeting with poet Amrita Pritam
Kathmandu, Nepal, When I first met Amrita Pritam, the first prominent Punjabi woman poet (1919-2005), it was July and I was living in Karol Bagh, New Delhi.
When I called her at home, her husband Imroz picked up the phone, and I made an appointment to see her. I am a great fan of her writing. Her stories touch my heart. "Rasidi Ticket" and "Ik Thi Anita" are two of her writings that brought tears to my eyes. On the day of our appointment, I… Continue
Added by kamala b sarup on February 12, 2009 at 4:00pm —
Gandhi was the first social thinker in the modern world who discovered this technology to apply non-violence in to social dynamics. Non-violence is not Gandhi's discovery as he hiself very humbally admitted "Truth and Non-violence are as old as hills". From time imemorial, great souls like Buddha and Christ, Mohamad and many others have been using these carnel instruments for their personal liberation. They became Avtars. But society as a whole did not change much.
Gandhi used this… Continue
Added by Arya Bhushan Bhardwaj on February 12, 2009 at 11:33am —
If we examine our Society thoroughly, we find that one of the most genuin problems is physical and mental sickness which is growing day by day, all over the world. If we are a sick Society how can we think healthy and in a positive way? Why social violence is growing? It is a poitive sign of sickness. The global terrorism should be seen with this point of view, and not only usual administerative issue and can not be solved like any other law and order Problem. Here comes the importance of… Continue
Added by Arya Bhushan Bhardwaj on February 12, 2009 at 5:43am —
AYURVEDA AND GANDHI --- 2
Ayurveda and Gandhi are two subjects that are need of the time. Ayurveda is at least more than 2000 years old as per the modern historians. According to ancient history, it is more than five thousand years old. The basic idea of Ayurveda is to keep human being healthy and happy, and if unfortunately become ill then how to get rid of illness. The ultimate goal of human life is libration, Mukti or Nirvana. It simply means how can be freed from the cycle… Continue
Added by Arya Bhushan Bhardwaj on February 11, 2009 at 11:26am —
Gandhi-in-Action(GIA),was started in 1984. This year is the Silver Jubilee Year of GIA. We are going to start our first Rural Center in Village Atwal, Tehseel Gharshanker, District Hoshiarpur, Punjab. The two fold object is to start Holistic Health Center under the ages of Center for Study and Research on Alternative Medicine(CSRAM) and Community Education Project under GI A.. Our goal is to educate village people to learn how could they remain healthy without running to docters and hospitals… Continue
Added by Arya Bhushan Bhardwaj on February 10, 2009 at 11:30am —
Dear Friend, Peter Ruhe,
here is the copy of the original Invitation Letter for the PADAYATRA - INTERFAITH SPIRIT WALK /Starting on the Solstice in December 2009 in Jerusalem and Christmas in Bethlehem and continuing through at least 25 countries on the Three Continents - Asia, Africa and Europe - till January 2013 at the Maha Kumbha Mela in India/:
NAMASTE, Brother and Pilgrim North Star and ALL FRIENDS AND LIGHT BEINGS!!!
Good to see You Walking… Continue
Added by Arthur Bogomil Burton on February 10, 2009 at 6:03am —
Praying for love and peace
Humanity remains somewhere in the books in Kathmandu. Why is this life so scary without any dreams of peace and love? Why is my mind not able to enjoy the sight of mountains and waterfalls? To tell the truth, I am trying to escape the unstable political situation and bad leadership in Nepal. I do not like horror. I do not like violence. I do not like the killings, corruption, and hatred. My mind gets shattered by violence.
It happened a few days… Continue
Added by kamala b sarup on February 9, 2009 at 5:00pm —
Welcome to all new members who joined GandhiTopia last week! Now the GandhTopia family has 263 members.
Now GandhiTopia and The Gandhi-King Community are partners and have agreed to work closely together. Its creator and founder, Clayborne Carson, is a member of a delegation that visits India on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of M.L. King's historic journey to India in February.
I’m looking for a co-admin who can assist me handling GandhiTopia. He/she should have… Continue
Added by GandhiServe Foundation on February 9, 2009 at 2:52pm —
- Welcome to all new members who joined GandhiTopia this week! Now the GandhTopia family has 206 members.
- I made a view changes in the design, e.g. the chat room has been replaced by larger links. Now the chat room appears in a separate window which allows you to chat and surf the site simultaneously. Let me know what you think of the changes and also if you have suggestions about the design or content.
- On 30 Jan, Gandhi's 61st death anniversary,… Continue
Added by GandhiServe Foundation on February 9, 2009 at 2:50pm —
You can watch a video of Christos painting Gandhi here
You can read an interview with Christos here
Added by The Gandhi Foundation on February 9, 2009 at 9:30am —