India Independence Day is a day for celebration, but is it not also a day for solemn reflection on its meaning? Is it not a time to remember Bapu's Satyagraha? Independence Day was not the only news of the hour - we are saddened by THIS news -…
Music is a universal language and can even spark social change. That is the thought behind The Gandhi Tour. With the support of Dr. Arun Gandhi, Mahatma Gandhis grandson, this touring music festival started in 2006 (100 Years of nonviolence) with events since in San Francisco, New York and London, to spread Gandhis message of non-violence and multicultural understanding. Music is one of the most important tool in Non-Violence education, said founder Tobias Huber. Hubers band 1001 Ways is truly… Continue
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Every one in this world desires Peace. But in the outside world more and more tense and conflict is apperently looming large. Why? Because we say Peace, but we actually forced to act out of our outwardely compulsions, against peace and non-violence, globally.
First and farmost need has to be, Peace Within,secondly we must live with peace and harmony with our fellow-human beings and finally we must live in peace with Mother Nature. Then only we could achieve real peace in…
The latest historical release: 1001Ways’ "Gandhi" featuring the original voice of Mahatma Gandhi (spiritual message 1931) breaks borders in all senses. The band was performing and travelling with some of the legends of the Bauls of Bengal and other folk musicians throughout India and Pakistan. 1001 Ways have also performed for years in clubs, at festivals and in the streets of Europe. The group remains attracted to philosophical topics and is inspired by Gandhi's life of non-violence and… Continue
The World March will begin in New Zealand on October 2, 2009, the anniversary of Gandhi’s birth, declared the “International Day of Nonviolence” by the United Nations. It will conclude in the Andes Mountains (Punta de Vacas, Aconcagua, Argentina) on January 2, 2010. The March will last 90 days, three long months of travel. It will pass through all climates and seasons, from the hot summer of the tropics and the deserts, to the winter of Siberia. The… Continue
Gandhi is remembered for his message of NON VIOLENCE..... but India (Gandhi's experimental object) is today, one of the most violent places on this planet. There is so much greed and corruption .... the fundamentals of violence!
Something is terribly wrong ..... we cannot 'preach' non violence and expect it to 'happen'!
We have to DEAL WITH THE ROOTS OF VIOLENCE .... 1) Consumerism, 2) Poverty, and 3) Religion
This week, starting on the 11 September, marks more then a centenary of the birth of Mohandas Gandhi’s South Africa long struggle to prove non-violence is the greatest force at the disposal of humankind. The movement he was instrumental in forming was named ‘Satyagraha.’
Throughout his lifetime Gandhi successfully applied the practice of non-violence to defeat and overturn unjust laws that oppressed Indians in South Africa;… Continue
Music 4 Peace Live celebrating the United Nation‘s Int. Day of Nonviolence Oct 2nd Music 4 Peace Live presents the Gandhi Tour TV celebrating Mahatma Gandhi's birthday on Oct 2nd , the United Nation‘s International Day of Nonviolence, with a global live broadcast on Gandhi Tour TV, that is supported by Peace Day TV, the official broadcaster of the United Nation‘s International Day of Peace. Europe broadcast 20:00 PM (London Time) on Oct 2nd, 2/ United States broadcast 20:00 PM (New York Time) on Oct 2ndfacebook.com/Music4Peace Music 4 Peace Live combines the power of music, art and media to call for peace and a culture of nonviolence with featured celebrities, local artists and well known International stars from around the globe. Music 4 Peace - Gandhi Tour TV‘s main goal is to stop extreme poverty by providing clean drinking water. The Music 4 Peace projects are supporting the achievements of the United Nation‘s Millennium Development Goals. The Gandhi Tour is a touring peace concert and a global music festival built up with the intent to arise social change by uniting people through the universal language of music. This global music event creates a platform for cultural dialogue relating to all cultures and religions inspired by the life of Mahatma Gandhi with the support of Dr. Arun Gandhi, Mahatma Gandhi's grandson.www.music4peace.comTo support the Gandhi Tour:Shop at our online Store: gandhi-tour.org/page/gandhi-tour-shopor Donate at: gandhi-tour.org/donationSee More