the Spirit of Mahatma Gandhi lives through every nonviolent action
In 1987 one of the main events were Gandhi-in-Action's first deplometic relations with the then USSR. The USSR's then External Afair Minister Eduerd Shevardnadze wrote to Secretary General the then of the United Nations, that the last decade of the 20th Century be celebrated as the decade of celebrating "Building a Nuclear-weapon-Free & Non-violent World Order." This News was flashed by Tass, the then USSR Goverment News Agency.
I wrote a letter of congratulations…Continue
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in these days, in South Africa, they are playing soccer... national teams are confronting the win/loose competitive way to play a game... national anthems, national flags and colours, national fanaticism... every 4 years an overdose of riconstituent for nationalism! everyfour years the olimpic games, the world championship of all sports...
The culture of "nationalism" has planned its survival therapy with a subtile strategy and intelligence... what do you think about it?
Rimini is one of the beautiful tourist spots on the Adriatic Coast about 100 kms. from Bologna.
I was there for a day. Dr. Kapil drove there to show me the work of AIMA.
One of the students of AIMA, Nazzareno Guerra, has been developing and promoting Ayurveda. It is surprising that people are taking deep interest in Ayurvedic treatment instead of allopathy.
There were 10 patients who were eagerly waiting for me.
Nazzareno was having a big health food shop…Continue
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From 21st to 23rd of June, I paid my 68th visit to Velsesia to visit one of my first friends in Italy. Riccardo Gramegna. It was in 1982 that I met for the first time in India when Riccardo and his wife Margarete were exploring the foot prints of Mahatma Gandhi and had stayed with my family as SERVAS members. They were totally new entry to the Gandhian movement from the West at that young age. I was till then have never been to any Western country. This young couple was very much active in…Continue
Shri Om Prakash Gaur was one of the very few people who had played the role of the foundation-stones in building the Servodaya movement, in the history of modren India. Right from his student-age he had devoted his whole life for the selfless service of the motherland in the real sence. He never aspired for any thing to enhance his narrow-selfish motive. When he died on the 13th June 2010 in Srvodaya Satsand Ashram, Haridwar, he had left behind him nothing except his countless memories of…Continue
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