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the Spirit of Mahatma Gandhi lives through every nonviolent action

THINK POSITIVELY, ACT LOCALLY, LIVE GLOBALLY

Thank you for your interest in getting connected with our worldwide network of positive thinkers, global dreamers and practical constructive workers practicing ahimsa [non-violence] in daily life and acting peacefully in service to their local communities and, globally, to the welfare af all.
Officially started in 1984 with the goal to create an open bridge connecting the Gandhian Communities and individuals in India with the expanding movement of people active in creating a change of consciousness in the west and in the world, Gandhi In Action has grown into a huge network, with 'actions' and activists in almost all local communities in the world.

Environmentalists, peace and nonviolence activists, human rights advocates, political conscious objectors, together with a variety of individuals and small groups inventing and pioneering new ways of service and cooperation within their local communities, all of them often use the icon of Gandhiji and his messages in order to communicate their commitment to non-violent strategies, their determination to search for peaceful solutions and ways to facilitate the inevitable changes we are all facing at this time of human history.

Everyone, everywhere, is challenged with important decisions.

Whenever the choice is for non-violence, peaceful solutions, care and service for the last, social justice and human rights, respect for nature, cooperation and solidariety,
wherever there is a man or a woman standing for freedom, dignity and emancipation for all, there ... there is... a Gandhi in Action.

We know there are many, in the world. Many we know, and many, many more are out there, in the world, unknown but in action, standing fearless for something they feel important, with nonviolence in their hearts.
Our mission, with this site, is to give all of us the space to know eachother, share experiences, opinions, ideas, photos, videos, like any other social network... you can even chat with members on line.
Please, sign up, create your profile and tell us about you, your work, your mission, your vision, your projects, events, whatever you want to share.

Thank You for choosing non-violence and please let us know whatever action you are performing to make the spirit of Gandhi alive and present in your community.

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जमनालाल बजाज एवं महात्मा गांधी तथा अन्य

प्रो. डॉ. योगेन्द्र यादव

वरिष्ठ गॉंधीयन स्कालर, प्राध्यापक, सम्पादक एवं भाषाविद्‍

गॉंधी अन्तर्राष्ट्रीय शोध संस्थान, जैन हिल्स, जलगॉंव, महाराष्ट्र

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Posted by Prof. Dr. Yogendra Yadav on October 26, 2013 at 5:55pm

दक्षिण अफ्रीका में महात्मा गांधी की जेल यात्राओं का विवरण

प्रो. डॉ. योगेन्द्र यादव

वरिष्ठ गॉंधीयन स्कालर, प्राध्यापक, सम्पादक एवं भाषाविद्‍

गॉंधी अन्तर्राष्ट्रीय शोध संस्थान, जैन हिल्स, जलगॉंव, महाराष्ट्र

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पत्राचार का पता- सी- 29, स्वराज्य नगर, पनकी, कानपुर- 208020, उत्तर प्रदेश

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Posted by Prof. Dr. Yogendra Yadav on October 5, 2013 at 5:21am

कागज का सदुपयोग करें- महात्मा गांधी

प्रो. डॉ. योगेन्द्र यादव

वरिष्ठ गॉंधीयन स्कालर, प्राध्यापक, सम्पादक एवं भाषाविद्‍

गॉंधी अन्तर्राष्ट्रीय शोध संस्थान, जैन हिल्स, जलगॉंव, महाराष्ट्र

सम्पर्क-सूत्र- 09404955338, 09415777229

पत्राचार का पता- सी- 29, स्वराज्य नगर, पनकी, कानपुर- 208020, उत्तर प्रदेश

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Posted by Prof. Dr. Yogendra Yadav on August 31, 2013 at 3:59pm

Income Tax and Mahatma Gandhi

Prof. Dr. Yogendra Yadav

Senior Gandhian Scholar, Professor, Editor and Linguist

Gandhi International Study and Research Institute, Jalgaon, Maharashtra, India

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Posted by Prof. Dr. Yogendra Yadav on October 7, 2013 at 3:08am

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Ahimsa. 5 Replies

My own finding is that first and foremost action in nonviolence (Ahimsa) is the personal aspect of turning to become a vegetarian. It is kind-of easy if not other-intentional to be non violent with…Continue

Started by JP Cusick in Ahimsa (non-violence). Last reply by Prof. Dr. Yogendra Yadav Mar 15, 2012.

THE END AND THE MEANS / AHIMSA OR "BY ALL MEANS NECESSARY" 2 Replies

    The statement in Gandhitopia News Digest of Nelson Mandela saying that his hero was not M.K.Gandhi but J.Nehru sounded to me almost as strange as if M.K.Gandhi had said "...my teacher was not…Continue

Started by Arthur Bogomil Burton in Gandhi and Vinoba Bhave. Last reply by Prof. Dr. Yogendra Yadav Mar 14, 2012.

NOT FROM THE THREE MONKEYS WHO COVER THEIR EYES, EARS AND MOUTH... 1 Reply

 SEVENTEEN SOCIAL SINS:wealth without WORKpolitics without PRINCIPLEScommerce without MORALITYeducation without CHARACTERpleasure without CONSCIENCEscience without HUMANITYworship without…Continue

Started by Arthur Bogomil Burton in Gandhi and Vinoba Bhave. Last reply by Prof. Dr. Yogendra Yadav Mar 14, 2012.

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  FROM Arthur Bogomil BurtonPEACE, LOVE AND BLESSINGS ALWAYS25 November 2010UNITED STATES OF THE INFINITE ONENESSOF THE INFINITE CONSCIOUSNESS OF THE INFINITEContinue

Started by Arthur Bogomil Burton in Gandhi and Vinoba Bhave Nov 25, 2010.

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