Archive | June, 2010

Reflections on God – by Negeen Sai Zinovieff

People sometimes say in this secular society that Gandhi was old-fashioned because he was deeply religious and spiritual. Yet his teachings are, for the most part, avant-garde. He believed, as did the Masters of Humanity, that Truth and God were synonymous and stuck tenaciously till the end, emphasising that Truth was that “spiritual inner voice” […]

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MAHADEVBHAI: One man show about Gandhi’s secretary has London premiere

Working Title presents: MAHADEVBHAI Tue 6th Jul – Thu 8th July @ 7.45pm Box Office: 020 8232 1010 Watermans 40 High Street Brentford TW8 0DS Tickets: £10 (£8 conc.) Written and Directed by Ramu Ramanathan Performed and Produced by Jaimini Pathak This is a sixty minute one man show that tells the story of […]

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Peace and Security and Economics – by Eirwen Harbottle

George Paxton has persuaded me to share some thoughts on developing our Gandhi Foundation Trustees’ discussion on monetary reform. I am clearly no academic; merely an ordinary member of the public who has become increasingly angry over the financial mess that is causing so much misery and the injustice of handing on such toxic chaos […]

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Mahatma Gandhi and Environment Protection – by Anupma Kaushik

Mahatma Gandhi never used the words environment protection however what he said and did makes him an environmentalist. Although during his time environmental problems were not recognized as such however with his amazing foresight and insight he predicted that things are moving in the wrong direction. As early as in 1909 in his book Hind […]

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