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By Prof. Neelakanta Radhakrishnan
Chairman, Indian Council of Gandhian Studies
Paper on Gandhi presented at the University of Dhaka on 2 October, 2010
Towards a non-violent, non-killing and peaceful World: Lessons from Gandhi
Whenever we discuss peace, we don't forget to mention Hiroshima, Nagasaki, the Holocaust, the World Wars and some of the major and minor conflict zones and killing fields in different parts of the world.
But Prof Neelakanta said it is desirable that we constantly keep in mind the following unpleasant but crucial facts:
• More people have died from hunger in the past two years than were killed in World War I and World…
Gandhi's Values and significance: 15 August 1947- 15 August 2013!
15 August 1947, Independence of India.
The second serie of Lecture on Gandhi's Values and Significance organised by the Gandhi Research Foundation for Foreign Gandhian Scholar, welcomed the presence of Prof. Douglas Allen who remarkably and amazingly edified and challenged us on our understanding of Gandhian Values before and Today.
I want to focus on one of his interesting approach of the question of Non-violence and Terrorism, when asked by a participant he said: " we should be able to see…
What is our understanding of bringing Revolution in what we do?
Hi to you All,
M.K. Gandhi in his multiple teachings said something very catchy about bringing Revolution in every effort to Evolution; in practice the company Jain Irrigation System In India has as another motto "Big Ideas, Big Revolution", and we can effectively see on the ground all the revolution they have been to create in the Area of Agriculture, Water irrigattion and many other areas. The interesting point here is the incessant manner we should be improving and experimenting new ideas…