Posted: 24.01.2009
By Dr. Vidya Jain
7 th INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON PEACE AND NONVIOLENT ACTION 7 th ICPNA, Jaipur, November 10 to 14, 2008 TUESDAY, November 11, 2008 4 th Plenary Session Globalization and Swadeshi: Gandhian Perspective The 20th Century was a strange and contradictory century. It was the bloodiest century in history with two world was and a number of bitter and endless conflicts. The last decades have put the world on the path...
Posted: 06.01.2009
By Dr. Phil. Nat. Viney Jain
7 th INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON PEACE AND NONVIOLENT ACTION 7 th ICPNA, Jaipur, November 10 to 14, 2008 TUESDAY, November 11, 2008 WORKSHOP 1. Introduction The socio-economic, political and the physical environments around us are changing at a fast pace and impacting human health, peace and development. A review of the present trends strengthens the common perception that in the 21st century, the future holds...
Posted: 30.12.2008
By Radha Bhatt
7 th INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON PEACE AND NONVIOLENT ACTION 7 th ICPNA, Jaipur, November 10 to 14, 2008 MONDAY, November 10, 2008 2 nd PLENARY SESSION How to achieve unity in diversity India has been a good laboratory of co-existence.  Here the followers of various religions live together harmoniously and mix with one another in a friendly way.  The cultural values that the emigrants from other countries...
Posted: 29.12.2008
By Prof. R.N. Kapoor
7 th INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON PEACE AND NONVIOLENT ACTION 7 th ICPNA, Jaipur, November 10 to 14, 2008 1 st Planery Session Keynote 10 th November 2008 At the outset I must congratulate Dr S.L. Gandhi and ANUVRAT for their consistent efforts to promote Peace and Nonviolence for the past several years. Initially the League of Nations had put their might to keep worldwide peace, but their failure in preventing...
Posted: 28.12.2008
By Manu Raval
7 th INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON PEACE AND NONVIOLENT ACTION 7 th ICPNA, Jaipur, November 10 to 14, 2008 The Plenary Session on topic No. 6 In the early dawn of human history, man’s mind must have been amazed at natural phenomena. He started worshipping a higher power unknown and inexplicable. The root of religion resides in the recognition of such a majestic glory. In course of time it became irresistible...
Posted: 18.12.2008
By Dr. N.L. Kachhara
7 th INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON PEACE AND NONVIOLENT ACTION 7 th ICPNA, Jaipur, November 10 to 14, 2008 1.0 Introduction Science and technology have become dominating factors in determining our life-styles and the interrelationship between the nations of the world. The religion, which used to dominate our lives earlier, has gone in the background, but it is still a force to reckon with in determining our...
Posted: 16.12.2008
By D. R. Kaarthikeyan
7 th INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON PEACE AND NONVIOLENT ACTION 7 th ICPNA, Jaipur, November 10 to 14, 2008 2 nd Plenary Session 10.11.2008 I consider it a great privilege to be participating in the 7th International Conference on Peace and Nonviolent Action and to be speaking on the subject of “Co-existence of Religions, Pluralism and Cultural Diversity.” I should confess that the ideas and even most of the...
Posted: 15.12.2008
By Kirit C. Daftary
7 th INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON PEACE AND NONVIOLENT ACTION 7 th ICPNA, Jaipur, November 10 to 14, 2008 5 th Plenary Session 12.11.2008 If a non-violent protester is being beaten up with a stick, it is not considered an act of violence to take the stick away. But what if the stick falls to the ground and you break it, is that considered as a violent action? Is sabotage of the machinery used in war, either...
Posted: 14.12.2008
By Shivani Bothra
7 th INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON PEACE AND NONVIOLENT ACTION 7 th ICPNA, Jaipur, November 10 to 14, 2008 4 th Plenary Session 11.11.2008 Why is the word nonviolence so actively used in the seminars and conferences at all - local, national, and international platforms? I can very clearly see one reason, and that is that peace of mother Earth is at stake. The colour is changing from green to brown. The term...
Posted: 08.12.2008
By Ignatius Xavier
7 th INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON PEACE AND NONVIOLENT ACTION 7 th ICPNA, Jaipur, November 10 to 14, 2008 5 th Plenary Session 12.11.2008 To speak on this vast Religious and Sacred subject, Religion has to be seen in three perspectives (Child, Youth and Adult) and examine from where Religion has come from and how it is understood at different stages. Secondly, how? So many Religions made headways into the World...

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