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Integrating Body, Mind and Heart: The Gandhian Way
Written By : Ram Chandra Pradhan
Pages : 16 + 208
Price : Rs. 95/-
Published by : Trinity Press, New Delhi
About the Book:
A true integration of body, mind and heart (soul/spirit) is one of the most challenging tasks of our times. In fact, their disharmony and non-integration is not only afflicting the human life but also the entire cosmic order. Worldly success and material gains have become the secular gods of today. As such they are presenting the greatest obstacles to an integrated and holistic life. ‘Integrating Body, Mind and Heart’ is designed to delineate the various dimensions of this problem. It also reviews and revivifies a number of ways and means to bring about such integration.
Monday, October 21, 2013
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Thursday, October 17, 2013
Over one lakh visit Gandhi website on Gandhi birth anniversary
More than one lakh people across the world visited the website www.mkgandhi.org around Gandhi Birth Anniversary on October 2. This comprehensive one spot Gandhi information website is maintained jointly by Gandhian organizations, Bombay Sarvodaya Mandal, Mumbai and Gandhi Research Foundation, Jalgaon.
The website received 41,677 visits on October 1 and 62,522 visits on October 2. Overall, between October 1 and 3, the site had 1,01,098 unique visitors.
Wednesday, October 16, 2013
Tales of the Mahatma
Narayanbhai Desai’s ‘Gandhi Katha’ fascinated the audience with its riveting anecdotes
For five days from October 2, Narayanbhai Desai kept the audience that filled Gandhi Sewa Mandir Hall in Bandra glued to their seats with his narration of Gandhi Katha. It was a story that most people knew in broad strokes, but had never heard told in quite this intimate, passionate and engrossing fashion. Gandhi knew me before I knew him, Narayanbhai began.
Son of Gandhi’s secretary Mahadevbhai, he based his quizzical claim on the fact that Gandhi had held him as a baby when he didn’t know who Gandhi was. As every teacher who has ever stepped before a crowded class knows, if he is to turn diverse ears into a single focused ear, he needs to be a performer.