Saturday, January 26, 2013

'Gandhi for Tomorrow' theme park to come up at Sewagram

'Gandhi for Tomorrow' theme park to come up at Sewagram

'Gandhi For Tomorrow' theme park at Sevagram

The Sewagram Ashram in neighbouring Wardha district where Mahatma Gandhi stayed for six years after the Dandi March (1936 to 1948), is all set to become a major tourist attraction with a 'Gandhi for Tomorrow' theme park being developed there at an estimated cost of Rs. 62 crore. The major attraction of is an international convention centre worth Rs. 95 crore, will be similar to the centres that have been set up in the name of anti-apartheid activist Nelson Mandela and 16th president of America, Abraham Lincoln. This will be an appropriate memorial when the place is celebrating 75 years of Gandhiji's stay in the area here, Wardha District Collector Nawin Sona said.

Thought For The Day ( TRUTH )

Mahatma Gandhi Quotes on Truth

Friday, January 25, 2013

Exhibition-cum-Sale of Gandhi Books at 50% discount On the occasion of 65th Gandhi Death Anniversary

Exhibition-cum-Sale of Gandhi Books at 50% discount
On the occasion of 65th Gandhi Death Anniversary
Gandhi Books Exhibition at Flora Fountain

To commemorate Gandhi's 65th Death Anniversary, 250 books on & by Gandhi, Vinoba & Sarvodaya in English, Marathi, Hindi, Gujarati will be displayed & sale at 50% discount by Mumbai Sarvodaya Mandal & Gandhi Book Centre with the financial assistance of ‘Babulnath Mandir Charities’ at specially erected Mandap at Hutatma Chowk from 28th January to 2nd February, 2013 between 10.00 a.m. to 7.00 p.m. and at Gandhi Book Centre, 299, Nana Chowk from 11.00 a.m. to 8.00 p.m. everyday

Thought For The Day ( SERVICE )

Mahatma Gandhi Quotes on Service

Friday, January 11, 2013

Gandhian Approach towards Health

Gandhian Approach towards Health

By Dr Ravindra Vasant Nisal

Mahatma Gandhi

Gandhiji came to Pune in December 1945 along with Sardar Patel at Dr. Dinshaw Mehta's Nature cure clinic. He stayed there for 2 months. That Nature cure center is now known as National Institute of Naturopathy. Gandhiji was invited to Uruli Kanchan village for establishment of Nature cure center.

Mahatma Gandhi established nature cure Ashram in March 1946. On 22nd March 1946 he came along with his 200 disciples with a view to propagate the concepts of village sanitation and healthy living. He then decided to establish a nature cure center, which would be useful for poor and rich alike. He strongly believed that, there should not be any discrimination for health care provision in the society. During those days India was struggling for Independence while Gandhiji was leading a movement for equal justice and rights for non-white community consisting mostly of Africans and Indians in South Africa.

Thought For The Day ( VIOLENCE )

Mahatma Gandhi Quotes on Violence