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
Hi, my name is Danielle and I'm currently a Media Studies student. A
project that I'm working on dealing with social networking is a group
on facebook I created called NewsRate. The purpose of it is to bring
together people from across the country to discuss what they deem to be
the most important/newsworthy stories of the day. You can find the
group at:… Continue
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…
Kathamandu, Nepal: As part of a traditional family growing up in Nepal and as a woman, I was not allowed to dance and sing. It was very strict. Women were not allowed to act in movies or plays. Later I lived in India, where I joined classes in dancing and singing.
It was a great effort for my father to send me to New Delhi to study culture, literature and journalism. I joined a local classical dance group there and became a good dancer. In high school I won a prestigious award for my… Continue
Added by Kamala Sarup on January 22, 2010 at 4:08am —
Melodic Revolution Records is proud to release its first Holiday CD A Very Progressive Christmas.
A Very Progressive Christmas Vol. 1 is a holiday series of songs that will stir emotions and inspire us all. Featuring some of the finest independent and international prog bands performing music with a progressive holiday flair. This CD is an eclectic mix of traditional classic holiday music such as: We Three Kings by Kurt Tischer of… Continue
I organized a program on HIV/AIDS and Trafficking in Dhulikhel, Nepal April 21, 2008. : I organized a program on HIV/AIDS and Trafficking in Dhulikhel, Nepal April 21, 2008. Picture was taken after the program ended.
Kathmandu, Nepal, — I wrote this diary about my friend, who used to work in a brothel. My first meeting with her began a strange day for me. In a way, everyday I have been meeting one person or another and, whatever it may be, among those I’m meeting, she is a bit different… Continue
Added by Kamala Sarup on October 8, 2009 at 1:32pm —
We are happy to announce that André Henriquez is Melodic Revolution Records Artist of the month. Let me tell you it was a tough race as I was tracking the voting every couple of hours. We would like to thank all of the artist and fans that participated in this poll.
The contest is held each month at http://melodicrevolution.com/ where we have a polling station set up.
To qualify… Continue