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Dr. Ravindra Kumar

Dr. Ravindra Kumar
Dr. Ravindra Kumar is an eminent writer, Indologist, political scientist and a former vice chancellor of Meerut University, India, who authored and edited over 100 works on great personalities like Mahatma Gandhi and on various social-cultural issues.

Mahatma Gandhi’s Views on Democracy Unveiled

Along with freedom and justice, the third most important thing, which requires special mention in context of Gandhi's views on democracy, relates to fundamental rights of citizens.

‘Chaudhary Charan Singh’ a True Representative of Rural India

His commitment making public life and administration clean and honest, and policy of taking quick and impartial decisions, will also be cherished for a long. For this, Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel remained his ideal.

Chaudhary Charan Singh: A Great Nationalist and the Voice of Rural...

It is true that politics always takes new dimensions in constantly changing situations of space and time. Politics is also considered as an art; it is accepted as a game of conveniences, compromises and adjustments etc.

Essentialism of Spirituality to Blossom Individual and the World

Spiritualism [of which spirituality is a prime attribute] is in fact the science of self-realization. It is also known as self spiritual science.
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A Journey to Understanding Swami Vivekananda and The True Essence of...

Swami Vivekananda was one of the world's best known and leading elucidators of the Vedanta philosophy in both contemporary and modern periods.
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World Peace Movement and The Voice of Youth

Mahatma Gandhi Foundation was established on October 2, 2002 by Mr. Harivadan Shah, a noble, enthusiastic and successful businessman from India.

Gandhi’s Imagination on Civil Society Focuses on ‘Live and Let Live’...

No hindrance to neighbour [Harmony and cooperation with others] The fourth feature of civil society of Gandhi's imagination, particularly having the statement of the Mahatma, quoted at the commencement of this discussion,

Dr. Bidhan Chandra Roy One of The Makers of Modern India

Immediately he attracted the attention of the House towards a serious problem related to sanitary and environment in Howrah and compelled the State Government to take a concrete step in the matter.

Fundamental Structures of Buddhism: Law of Change and Principle of Self-Reliance

Gautama Buddha desired and expected every human being to reach the heights of life on the basis of harmony of deeds and knowledge.

Nehru’s Commitment to Healthy and Fair Criticism

As far as the question of importance and significance of views or ideas is concerned, I am of the firm opinion that each and every view or idea, in one way or the other and directly or indirectly, remains important.

Why Gandhism is Necessary Today?

One, Gandhi's life was brimming with certain universal principles or values; secondly, the impossibility to escape from the reality of universal principles or values.

Education and Peace: A Gandhian View

Education certainly is a means to all-round progress of man. In other words, the pathway to human-development goes through the lanes of education. Moreover, true education is the sole basis of achieving one's purpose in life.
Dr. Ravindra Kumar at Burapha University, Thailand

Democracy Largely Contributes to Strengthening Communal Harmony in India

India is the largest democracy of the world. History of democracy in India goes to the remote past. This system of governance is in fact quite suitable and conducive to the nature of inhabitants of this country. Not only this, for the unity of India

Religions of The World Teach Unity and Enlightenment

Diversity is a typical characteristic of humanity. It is a common attribute. The development of several different traditions, practices, beliefs and methods of worship originated within the various cultures in different parts of the globe from time-

Vithalbhai J. Patel: A Great Freedom Fighter and Parliamentarian

Vithalbhai Patel was one of the front rankers leading the compatriots in their fight for freedom from colonial rule in the Indian political scene when Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi returned to India from South Africa in 1915.

Love for Humanity: A Gandhian View

Love and affection to all humanity occupies a unique place in ancient Indian philosophy, spiritual thinking and traditions. Not only this, Gandhi stressed going forward on the pathway to love in an atmosphere of mutual respect for each-other's feel

Thoughts on Celebrating this Sixty-Fourth Independence Day in India

Indians will celebrate their sixty-fourth Independence Day on August 15. On this occasion they will remember with one voice, and with a sense of gratitude, those hundreds and thousands of freedom fighters who sacrificed their lives to liberate their
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Meaning and Purpose of Education: A Gandhian View

Mahatma Gandhi, who considered education to be a lifelong process and also as the means to unite man's all-round development, wrote in the Harijan on March 10, 1946:
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Education Leads To Peace

It is education that brings a human being out of the state of ambiguity, ignorance and perplexity that are, according to Gautama Buddha, the main causes of distress and difficulties in life. Education inspires man to follow those values, which are e

International Seminar on Education and Peace

Like-minded, sincere and dedicated people came together in India to work at local, national and international levels for harmony, peace and unity.