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When the World has been silently and heplessly witnessing the war in North-Africa and Middle-East versus US, NATO and their Alliance over the issue of Terrorism and the defence of so called democretic System of the Western Developed nations, I got a chance to meet with a holy Monk from Shri Lanka, in Milan, Italy. It was the initiative of Ayurveda-devotee and a friend Sarah Marder. It was a very kind gesture that though he has to leave for Colambo tomorrow morning, Rev. Gunaratna was very…Continue
Sarvodayam Kurian (11 January, 1920 to 15 July, 1999)
Kurian Parackal of Narakkal, Kerala, strictly a Gandhian (follower of Mohnadas K. Gandhi) was never a card holding member of the Sarvodaya movement which worked to promote the kind of society that Gandhiji envisioned.
Kurian’s social work among the needy, poor and helpless, and the common…Continue
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Nandini Voice for The Deprived
M 60/1, 4th Cross Street,
WILL GANDHIJI APPROVE THIS SACRIFICE AND THIS REWARD ?
It is shocking to learn that the Tamil Nadu (India) Chief…
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I have written a short essay on how brain, gut and heart work together to produce a healthy body. www.nariphaltan.org/gut.pdf
Gandhiji's insistence on food and body cleaning could have come from the belief that a healthy body has a healthy mind.
Comments, suggestions and debate are welcome.
Added by Anil K Rajvanshi on May 19, 2011 at 18:30 — No Comments
Dom Jermano Inventor and Owner of The Flying GEM-G
This is a typical example of a wind turbine that is attached to the suspended cables, as 50 of them spin around the Flying GEM-G.
20 cm diameter hub for…Continue
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“Mass illiteracy is the root-cause behind backwardness of India. If we want speedily progress of the nation, we need to root it out as early as possible.” –Swami Keshwanand
Swami Keshwanand was a renowned social reformer and a leading freedom fighter of the Gandhian era of freedom movement, who along with making the people conscious of the consequences of illiteracy, immorality, untouchability, intoxication and other social evils, worked for mass awakening,…Continue
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NANDINI VOICE FOR THE DEPRIVED
M-60/1,IVTH CROSS STREET, BESANT NAGAR,
CHENNAI-600 090 Phone:24916037 / 24461346…
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Professor N. G. Ranga was one of those few prominent leaders of India who in the Gandhian era of Indian freedom movement [1917-47] and many decades after the independence of the country from the British Colonial Rule could well understood the basic problems of peasants of India. He was a real and top-ranking farmer leader of South India.
Nayukulu Gogineni Ranga, popularly known all over India as N. G. Ranga, was born on November 7, 1909 in a peasant family of…Continue
Gandhian Inspiration at Work!
There are many in the world who gets inspired by Mahatma Gandhi and his principles of non-violence and passive resistance. And in these days, many political, spiritual and social leaders claim to be the 'Next' or the 'Replica' or the 'True Follower' of Gandhian ideals and live their every moment practicing Ahimsa and applying non-violent methods in seeking justice, rights and for a…Continue
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AN HOUR WITH THE MAHATMA is an initiative to re discover , redefine Mahatma Gandhi and his relevance in our times. It is an INTERACTIVE BIOGRAPHY , constructed in a multimedia presentation for children from around 11-12 years onwards.
As we roll the pictures and the Audio visual , Gandhi's life philosophy is narrated by participants themselves through his life sketch.
This programme was envisaged to introduce Mahatma Gandhi in a form of narration beyond…Continue
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