Birthday Gandhi' On October 2, 2009
This was Gandhi, a wise man, stubborn and human, humble and who loved his people
But this humble Indian has achieved respect and admiration of… Continue
Added by Clicia Pavan on September 28, 2009 at 4:30am —
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
Added by Music 4 Peace / Tobias Huber on September 25, 2009 at 2:00am —
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
Added by Music 4 Peace / Tobias Huber on September 20, 2009 at 7:00am —
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
is what causes… Continue
Added by Vijay Shanker Jayanarayan on September 20, 2009 at 6:23am —
By Paul Sinclair (One World One People)
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
Added by Music 4 Peace / Tobias Huber on September 13, 2009 at 4:41am —
Alexander Snehotta of Kimratshofen is an artist from the quarter rich in tradition, Maxvorstadt-Schwabing, in Munich where he also lives and works. He is 1st executive board of the artists’ association Kunstrefugium e.V. and a member of the artist union "color chimeras". Within the last few years the freelance artist already had quite a number of groups and individual exhibitions which partly received the attention of the press. After a long… Continue
Added by Alexander Snehotta von Kimratsh. on September 9, 2009 at 1:17pm —
About his life
• 1969: born in Munich, Germany
• Since 1978: basic principles of script- and sign painting, learned from father. Developed an interest in history, particularly ancient and medieval history.
• 1984/1985: relocation to Altusried near Kempten, Allgäu Region, Bavaria, Germany
• Since 1986: intensive engagement with all aspects of heraldry
• 1989: graduation from Fachoberschule (FOS) – Technical… Continue
Added by Alexander Snehotta von Kimratsh. on September 9, 2009 at 1:15pm —
Kathmandu, Nepal, — If violence succeeds, the subsequent history of this beautiful world is likely to follow the history of many countries that adopted violence or terrorism for a while, only to reject them later, after their failures became obvious. The governments of many countries have adopted violence as a strategy. All have failed.
Desperate people welcome new ideologies, so it is not surprising that the people would welcome violent groups. Initially, they would fare well with… Continue
Added by Kamala Sarup on September 4, 2009 at 1:55pm —
Kathmandu, Nepal, — India celebrated its Independence Day on Aug. 15 by flying the national flag and with parades. India gained freedom from British rule in 1947. Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said last year, "All countries in our region must recognize that terrorism anywhere is a threat to peace and prosperity everywhere. It must be confronted with our united efforts. There is a large constituency for peace and shared prosperity among our people and we must work together to build on… Continue
Added by Kamala Sarup on August 16, 2009 at 10:53pm —
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Added by Anu on August 15, 2009 at 9:16pm —
Kamala Sarup, Kathmandu, Nepal : There is no security and no rights for Nepali women. These days, there is no security for women even in their homes, workplaces and public places. My eyes were full of tears.
I arranged my hair, and I looked at myself in front of the mirror. I lit the stove and boiled tea in a kettle. My heart began to boil like the tea in the pot. My women's rights activist friend Rupa and I had been good friends in school, when she was in 9th grade and I was in 10th… Continue
Added by Kamala Sarup on July 20, 2009 at 2:18am —
Bollywood Actor Dev Anand and Nepal
By Kamala Sarup
Kathmandu, Nepal,- "Bollywood actor Dev Anand has made great contributions to strengthen the relations existing at the people-to-people level by making some very popular films in Nepal. His films helped introduce Nepal's image in India. For the last four decades, Dev Anand's passion to visit Nepal has continued. Even at this stage, he came to Nepal to unveil his autobiography, 'Romancing With Life.'
Although he… Continue
Added by Kamala Sarup on July 16, 2009 at 4:44am —
Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi was born in the town of Porbander in the state of what is now Gujarat on October 2, 1869. Gandhi believed that the edifice of lasting peace could be erected only on the foundation of love, compassion, tolerance, coexistence and non-violence. Peace and non-violence are the only sane choices in an increasingly violent world.
I show my love and respect to Gandhi, writing a poem on Gandhi.
Mahatma Gandhi's and mine appear Kamala Sarup
Added by Kamala Sarup on June 23, 2009 at 10:32pm —
This 72-hour global event is designed to heal the world from within and bring humanity back to unity and security in the name of LOVE, by celebrating Water. The new concept in harmony, connecting us All through the water that sustains the planet and makes up most of our bodies. Three days of education and musical celebration will change the world simply by expanding awareness about the many miracles Water performs eternally without asking any thanks. The Global "Water Blessing… Continue
Added by Music 4 Peace / Tobias Huber on June 19, 2009 at 6:29pm —
Kathmandu, Nepal, — This is a true story. Recently, my friend Chandrakala was brutally gang-raped in Biratnagar, Nepal. After she was raped, she sent me a letter about how Nepal’s bad political situation, war and bad leadership has allowed for women to be raped. Biratnagar’s political and security situation is bad. It's bad in Kathmandu too. It is especially bad news for women's safety. In fact, society’s outlook towards raped women in Nepal is not good.
Political activities go on in… Continue
Added by Kamala Sarup on June 8, 2009 at 1:33pm —
The world celebrated the International Day of Older Persons on Oct. 1. But many older people still don’t receive the love, respect and recognition that they should.
I am working at a local hospital these days. The majority of people there are very old, around 85 years of age. They are alone. They are sick. I listen to them. One lady, Rita, had a degree in music and dance; she died this morning.
She was old and sick. She tried to make her life known. She told me last week… Continue
Added by Kamala Sarup on May 19, 2009 at 12:30pm —
My meeting with writer Parijat
Kathmandu, Nepal, — The popular Nepali woman writer Bishnu Kumari Waiba, known as Parijat, died in 1993. When I met Parijat, I was a 12 years old. Parijat created a sense of love, a sense of relationship and a sense of humanism. She loved her poems very much, and could tolerate any pain.
Parijat told me seriously, “Kamala, sometimes I get pain in my heart. So I write.” I couldn’t keep from smiling. These words made me smile. Her soft voice… Continue
Added by Kamala Sarup on May 12, 2009 at 7:07pm —
Kathmandu, Nepal, — Mary is my good friend. I remember the times we used to go out for walks regularly and Mary used to get her daughter along. It is a good break from domestic chores. Once in a week we also used to go out for lunch, which was another nice break from home cooked food.
Today is Christmas and Mary called. "Thank you for your lovely Christmas card, Kamala. How are you? Do you like it there? I am doing well. I still like going up the mountains and I still want to live… Continue
Added by Kamala Sarup on April 19, 2009 at 7:25pm —
Kathmandu, Nepal, — Mahatma Gandhi is greatly respected as one who championed non-violent action. He re-wrote the meaning of forgiveness, non-violence and love by adopting peaceful means to fight for rights.
With peace as a weapon of action, with forgiveness as a means towards love, he defeated violence and fought for the freedom of the oppressed and marginalized communities under British rule in India and in South Africa. The meaning of peace is to offer happiness.
Added by Kamala Sarup on April 13, 2009 at 4:22am —
Working for the development of women :
I present an award to a local woman in Nepal, May 2008, as my friend Suchitra and other women look on. Kathmandu, Nepal, — Literacy means the ability to read and write and is a key to the development of women in Nepal. For the many illiterate women in Nepal, the mere ability to read and write is a big step towards doing well in life and society. Thus, my interest to contribute towards increasing literacy in women. I was eager to write about my… Continue
Added by Kamala Sarup on April 4, 2009 at 1:30pm —