Saturday, October 22, 2011

Real life story of a reformed prisoner, who is spreading Mahatma’s messages

Real life story of a reformed prisoner, who is spreading Mahatma’s messages

You may have watched Sanjay Dutt starrer ‘Lage Raho Munnabhai’ where the hero gives up anti-social activities after being inspired by ‘Bapu’ Mahatma Gandhi.
The story of Laxman Tukaram Gole is no different. A man convicted of various cases, he is now a reformed man involved in spreading the message of ‘Father of the nation.’  READ MORE...

Disillusioned Maoist turns to teaching

Disillusioned Maoist turns to teaching
Nanda Singh, a Maoist rebel has taken to the teaching profession, educating poor children free of cost, after being left disillusioned by Maoist ideology and extremist activities.
A resident of Jehanabad district, Singh joined the Maoists in 1995, with the aim of serving the poor and to have access to their basic rights.
He was arrested with a huge cache of arms and ammunitions on the charges of abduction and murder.

Thought For The Day ( FAITH )

Thursday, October 20, 2011


The Mahatma’s lofty ideals are a balm to many bruised minds serving sentences in state jails

Sarvodaya Mandal and Gandhi Research Foundation are organising Gandhi Peace Examination and other reformation programmes in jails. This year, about 1081 jail inmates appeared for Gandhi Peace Exam. Feedbacks of prisoners are overwhelming. Around 3,000 inmates will appear for the exam and reformation programmes such as meditation, yoga, AIDS awareness, adult education are planned to be held in the jails and films like 'Gandhi' and 'Lage Raho Munnabhai' will be screened for about 15,000 inmates throughout the year..

Thought For The Day ( EDUCATION )