Posted: 19.12.2017
By Prof. Muni Mahendra Kumar
ANUVIBHA: 9th ICPNA Speech given by Prof. Muni Mahendra Kumar at 9th International Conference on Peace and Nonviolent Action (Yoga song I) I pay my obeisance to the adorable souls. There goes a story of an owl and a cat. The owl is believed to be personification of wisdom and is famous for giving right advises through his wisdom. Once upon a time, a cat, leading a wretched life, approached the owl and sought...
Posted: 29.09.2017
 
ANUVIBHA: 9th ICPNA Dear friend, I am glad to inform you that we are going to organize the 9th International Conference on Peace and Nonviolent Action at Jaipur (Raj.) from Dec 17 to Dec 20, 2017. The theme for discussion this time is Science, Spirituality and Universal Peace. The common belief is that science and spirituality are opposed to each other and it is also true in some respects. Science rejects the...
Posted: 13.04.2017
 
ANUVIBHA: 9th ICPNA ANUVRAT GLOBAL ORGANIZATION 9th International Conference on Peace and Nonviolent Action (9th ICPNA) Science, Spirituality and Universal Peace Dear friends, I am pleased to inform you that the 9th International Conference on Peace and Nonviolent Action (9th ICPNA) will be held at ANUVIBHA Jaipur Kendra, Jaipur from Dec 17 to Dec 21, 2017. The theme chosen for the above conference is Science,...
Posted: 31.10.2016
By Dr. Sohan Lal Gandhi
The Backdrop and Analysis of the Current Tension On October 02 the world celebrated the International Day of Nonviolence in honour of Mahatma Gandhi, an apostle of ahimsa who used nonviolence as a powerful weapon to defeat the forces of violence represented by imperialism. Appalled by the rising tide of a culture of violence and hatred, on June 15, 2007 the member states of the United Nations unanimously voted...
Posted: 23.10.2015
 
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Posted: 25.09.2015
 
ANUVRAT GLOBAL ORGANIZATION Dear friends, I enclose an invitation card and request you to attend the release function of the book Acharya Mahapragya: A Journey to Wisdom authored by Dr. S.L. Gandhi and published by HarperCollins Publishers India to be held at Mahavir Samasaran Jain Bhavan, Virat Nagar, Nepal under the auspices of Acharya Shri Mahashraman on October 05, 2015 at 9.30 am. Thanking you, Yours...
Posted: 30.08.2015
By Dr. Sohan Lal Gandhi
Paper presented at the International Meeting organized by the Community of Sant Egidio at Cracow from Sept. 6 to 8, 2009 Introduction The word ‘religion’ is used globally to mean ‘ dharma ’ in the Sanskrit and Hindi languages, but as a matter of fact it falls short of the real meaning the word ‘ dharma ’ carries with it. The word ‘religion’ stands for the belief in god or gods or (semi-) divine...
Posted: 28.08.2015
By Dr. Sohan Lal Gandhi
Global Scenario The world today is mired in violence, hatred, corruption, ethnic, racial and religious fanaticism and political killings. What fills my heart with sadness and grief is that it is mostly youths and children around the world who are in the forefront of the campaigns that kill and divide people in the name of religion, nationalism, racism and political rivalries. My sadness increases manifold when...
Posted: 27.08.2015
By Dr. Sohan Lal Gandhi
Jainism has in it the deep roots of the spirit of nonkilling. It enjoins its followers to abstain from killing not only humans but from all forms of life that inhabit this universe. The Jaina scriptures use the word ‘ ahimsa ’ for nonkilling. Its nearest substitute in English is nonviolence but it falls short of the profound meaning with which ‘ ahimsa ’ is interpreted in Jainism. It not only means...
Posted: 21.08.2015
By Dr. Sohan Lal Gandhi
THE JAIN RELIGIOUS TRADITION is firmly rooted in ahimsa (nonviolence). It enjoins its followers to adjure violence in word, thought and deed and refrain from resorting to coercion, intolerance, possessiveness, untruth and lustful desires. It is a path of peace and purity and forbids the use of violence even in self-defense. Revenge or hatred has no place in it. It exhorts all human beings to show tolerance...

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