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August 2010 Blog Posts (4)

Ayurvedic kitchen 1

Every body has to eat in order to live a healthy life. Kitchen is the place where we cook our food. We have to be careful to keep our kitchen clean and neat. In the olden times mother used to

be the main person to look after the kitchen. In modern times male are

the dominent in professioal kitchen, i.e. the outdoor kitchens in hotels

and resturents. Eating out is becoming more common. It is a good idea

to share the burdon and allow the females to be able to spend their… Continue

Added by Arya Bhushan Bhardwaj on August 23, 2010 at 1:04pm — No Comments

AYURVEDA KITCHEN---2

In my first blog on AK, I have suggested that if we can reduce the amount of salt and shuger in our daily intake of our meals we can get rid of hypertension, diabetics, heart trouble and many other problems that 80% of people have been suffering from as per my own clinical experiences with my patients in Europe, UK, USA and former USSR, for the last more than twenty five years of my Ayurvedic practice. Actually speaking we are not very clear about our own body, though we have won over the moon… Continue

Added by Arya Bhushan Bhardwaj on August 22, 2010 at 4:19pm — No Comments

NON-VIOLENCE THE NEED OF THE HOUR

Blog post added by Arya Bushan Bharwaj



It was the last leg of my trip to the West, in August 2010.

The program was in a small village of North Italy. Name of the village is Quarna Sopra. This village is in Val Strona, near Mount Rosa.. There are only 286 souls living in this village. Among them is a mistic-poet and devotee of Gandhi. Her name is Mrs Gioiella Brontini. I know her for the last 25 years and have visited this village… Continue

Added by Sevak - network creator on August 17, 2010 at 7:30pm — No Comments

RELEVANCE OF GANDHI & AYURVEDA TODAY

I have just returned from UK after attending one week Gandhi Summer Gathering.It is held in the last week of July. It took place in a small and beautuful town near Cambridge. It is called Lechworth Garden City. The Topic of the GSG was "Gandhi On Welfare & Responsibility". A key-note was placed for discussion for the 25 people who were participating in this weeklong residential course as an annual event of Gandhi Foundation UK. Four executives of the Foundation, including its Chair, were…

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Added by Arya Bhushan Bhardwaj on August 3, 2010 at 7:30pm — No Comments

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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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