Notice the man praying ,in front of him is the statue of the cow in black and then we have the real cow and his owner .
Early morning . The Man with his sacred cow stops by the temple to get the blessings.
Ladies buying trinkets from a cycle vendor
Beggars waiting for a devotee to give them some prasad /food. The temple is a life line for many people in india.
Afternoon locals setting around on the left reading a paper . The beggars on the right. The vegetable vendor and the vada pav makers stall .
We are back to connect you to new mountaineering adventure with more Fun. So are you ready to cross the boundaries and join hands with us.
We have 2 batches, first on 18th Oct, 2008 and second on 19th Oct, 2008 at Lonavala.
It’s one day Event. Don’t miss it.
Wondering what are we up to this time
We are crossing the adventure boundaries from one end to the other.
Cost : Rs 950/ participant
Cost includes: Traveling, Snacks, Lunch and Valley Crossing expenses.
Transportation thru Private Bus.
Dadar – Lonavala – Dadar
Booking amount : Rs 500 (non refundable)
Your seat will be confirmed only after payment of booking amount.
Assemble at Dadar station (Central Railway) at 7 am.
Transport thru private bus.
Breakfast on route.
Complete Valley Crossing activity.
Start return journey by 6.00 pm.
Reach Dadar by 8.30 approx
Things to carry :
Two litres of water
trekking or sports shoes with good grip
Extra pairs of clothing, raincoat or wind cheater,
Personal medical kit.
Get your friends along. Don’t forget to share the information. As the more we are the merrier we shall be.
Those who missed the rappelling below is the link for you to view the pictures…
Contact : Miron -09920125528
For registration : [email protected]
We need your full name, contact no, mail id and location.
Youth Hostels Association of India
Maharashtra State Branch
Malad Unit (27-MAH053)
TREK SAHYADRI 2008
WINTER TREKIING EXPEDITION
Reporting Dates - 1st & 2nd November, 2008 (2 Batches)
Reporting Time – 6 to 8 pm
Reporting Place – Karjat Railway Station, Dist Raigad, Maharashtra
Departure Time on the last day – 5 pm at Lonavala, Dist Pune, Maharashtra
Duration of Trek – 6 days
Route of the Trek – Karjat – Kondana caves – Rajmachi Fort – Shirota Lake – Ekvira Karle Caves – Bhaje Caves – Visapur Fort – Lohgad Fort – Lonavala
Accommodation – Simple Accommodation / Houses of Villagers at higher camps
Climate - Temp max 25 & min 10 degrees Celsius
Season – winter
Batches - 2
PARTICIPATION FEES: Rs. 1525/- per head. The fee will cover your stay in simple accommodation at all camps, nutritious vegetarian food.The Fee is payable by cash or Demand Draft in favour of “YHAI MALAD UNIT”, payable at Mumbai drawn on any Nationalized Bank.
HOW TO APPLY: Members desiring of joining the programme may apply on prescribed Registration Form duly supported by a Medical Certificate of Fitness. The form is available free of cost from Units / State Branches. It can also be downloaded from our websitehttp://www.geocities.com/yhaimalad
Enrollment Form - http://www.geocities.com/yhaimalad/Enro
Registration Form - http://www.geocities.com/yhaimalad/Regi
Medical Form – http://www.geocities.com/yhaimalad/Medi
CONTACT FOR REGISTRATION:-
1. YHAI,Maharashtra State Branch : 022 24126004
2. Mr. Vasant Ghadigaonkar : 989211518
3. Mr. Sunil Sathe : 9833051264
4. Mr. Madhukar Dhuri : 9820320295
5. Mr. Vinod Parmar : 9323469921
6. Ms. Shraddha Kandalkar : 9869061674
IMPORTANT: Please book your rooms at least 1 month in advance.
FAX: +91 (22) 620 5214 or call +91 (22) 620 6860 / 620 0870 / 620 2226
e-mail: Guest House Bombay at [email protected]
1. Well Furnished, Double, Single Self Contained AC and Non AC Rooms.
2. Telephone in each room with STD/ISD Facility.
3. Room Service, Cold Water Round the Clock and Hot Water available from 4am to 8am.
4. Check-out time: 12 Noon.
5. Tariff (per day)
|AC Double||Rs. 1,440/-||AC. Single||Rs. 1,050/-|
|Non-AC Double||Rs. 1,150/-||Non-AC Single||Rs. 960/-|
|(Luxury Tax 4% Inclusive)|
6. Five Minutes walking distance from the Juhu Beach.
7. Local sight seeing facility (vehicle with driver) available.
8. Tourist Desk at the Guest House for in-country tours. (For bookings, personal presence required)
Update Feb 2013
Arun Samant Climbing Wall
Andadeep High School,
Jayprakash Nagar, rd no. 4,
Goregaon [e], Mumbai-400 063
Revised charges of wall daily
One time registration fee
Rs. 20/- compulsary u have fill the form.
from monday to friday
saturday and sunday
All rules are made by manegment
u have to pay reg. Charges and climbng charges on wall only.
school kids 250/-
college student below 20 years
climbers above 20 years
management of arun samant climbing wall decided to revise the climbing charges from 01/03/2013 after many years
if any one want details call only on this following no
sukanya samant 9820428077
rahul pendse 9819260256
old 2008 details below
There is a artificial wall where beginners and experienced rock climbers can practice. Address is :
Arun Samant Climbing Wall
Nandadeep High School,
Jayprakash Nagar, rd no. 4,
Goregaon [e], Mumbai-400 063
5 min walking frm stn.
some snaps of the wall
It seems it is not too expensive too. 30 Rs per wall or only for entry. SO can be a good weekend hangout too if you get hooked to rock climbing!!
Arun Samant Climbing wall, NANDADEEP HIGH SCHOOL, arey RD, JAIPRAKASH NAGAR, GOREGAON (e).
Timings: 6:30pm. to 8:30pm.
[Tuesday closed for maintenance]
We r also working on Sunday morning 9am to 11am.
Basic Rock climbing Course timing is morning 7am to 9am on Sunday.
Fees details: 30/-Rs. per day
20/-Rs. for kids- per day.
300/- Rs. monthly- adults
200/-Rs. monthly – kids
Basic Rock climbing Course fees: 800/-Rs. [ Including morning snacks & tea, one month membership.]
We have a small climbing competition at the venue. Beginners are most well come.
Climbing experience is not necessary.
Age group: above 9 years old.
Timing: 6:00pm to 9:00pm.
If you don’t want to participate in competition, you can enjoy only climbing.
Note: All climbing gear provide by organization.
Venue: “Arun Samant climbing wall” Nandadeep high-school, Jayprakash Nagar, Rd No. 4, Goregaon (E), Mumbai.
• Free entry for climbing competition.
Arun Samant Climbing Wall
Andadeep High School,
Jayprakash Nagar, rd no. 4,
Goregaon [e], Mumbai-400 063
> 43 foot climbing wall. Basic & advanced rock climbing courses.
Landmark , 4 th flr , Pali Naka
B Andra (W)
> Basic & advanced rock climbing courses. Offers birthday parties & team building & communications games especially for kids with lots enjoyable rock climbing
Hakone climbing wall Handled by Manju Chitnis
Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
> 50 ft tall with 7 routes 1 gently overhanging and 6 basic routes.
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Mani Bhavan is a simple old-style, two storied building on Laburnum Road, Mumbai. Whenever Gandhiji was in Mumbai between 1917 to 1934, he stayed here.It is now converted into a museum and research centre.
The Museum is open on all the days of the week from 9:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Inside the museum
Library consists of around 50,000 books & periodicals in reference and lending sections. It contains books on and by Gandhi, Gandhian thoughts, freedom movements and allied subjects. Our Library boasts of many out of print books. The Library is open on all weekdays, from 9.30 am to 6.00 pm. and on Saturdays, 9.30 am to 2.00 pm. It remains closed on public holidays.
On the first floor is the auditorium where films on Gandhiji are shown from time to time and recordings of his speeches are played on request. It is also used for holding meetings, seminars, discussions and various competitions for school and college students arranged by the Gandhi Study’ Circle.
The room on the second floor which used to be the living room and working place of Gandhiji has been preserved as far as possible in its original setting.
Glimpses of Gandhi In Mini Figures
Adjoining Gandhiji’s Room is the exhibition depicting Gandhiji’s life through mini figures in about twenty-eight tableaux, prepared by Smt. Sushila Gokhale-Patel.
The rooms on either side of the exhibition have been turned into a Picture Gallery which gives glimpses of Gandhiji in Mani Bhavan and important events in his life. It displays photographic posters depicting important events and Photostats of some significant letters, articles and documents written by and about Gandhiji with appropriate captions in Hindi and English. A few replicas of Gandhiji’s belongings and models of his birth place, Sabarmati Ashram, Sevagram Kutir, Phoenix Ashram and his prison cell are also on display.
A bronze plaque with an inscription now marks the place of the tent in which Gandhiji was arrested in January, 1932. He used to sleep and hold his prayers on this terrace.
Mani Bhavan is recognised as a Research Institute preparing students for Ph.D. degree in Gandhian Thought and Rural Development by University of Bombay.
At the sales counter in the entrance hall are sold Gandhi Postage Stamps, Photographs, Gandhian Literature, Statues, Medallions etc.
The Class of Nonviolence
Solutions to Violence
“Human beings are used to thinking about violence and war as problems to be controlled rather than thinking positively about peace as an achievement, as a state of being within their control. Peace education rests on an active vision of peace where skilled individuals, who have been trained in the ways of nonviolence, intervene in conflict situations to manage them without using (violent) force.” Ian Harris
Readings for Lesson One
If We Listen Well, by Edward Guinan
Nonviolent Response to Assault by Gerald Vanderhaar
Human Nature Isn’t Inherently Nonviolent by Alfie Kohn
Axioms of Nonviolence By Lanzo del Vasto
Teaching Reverence for Life by Albert Schweitzer
Students Astutely Aware by Colman McCarthy
Readings for Lesson Two
Doctrine of the Sword by Mohandas Gandhi
Gandhi in the ‘Postmodern’ Age by Sanford Krolick and Betty Cannon
Family Satyagraha by Eknath Easwaren
Ahimsa by Eknath Easwaren
My Faith in Nonviolence by Mohandas Gandhi
Love by Mohandas Gandhi
A Pause From Violence by Colman McCarthy
Readings for Lesson Three
Love is the Measure by Dorothy Day
Poverty and Precarity by Dorothy Day
Undeclared War to Declared War by Dorothy Day
This Money is Not Ours by Dorothy Day
The Scandal of the Works of Mercy by Dorothy Day
Dorothy Day by Colman McCarthy
Readings for Lesson Four
Martin Luther King, Jr. by Charles De Benedetti
Loving Your Enemies by Martin Luther King, Jr.
Declaration of Independence from the War in Vietnam by Martin Luther King, Jr.
Pilgrimage to Nonviolence by Martin Luther King, Jr.
King and Pacifism: The Other Dimension by Colman McCarthy
Readings for Lesson Five
Feminism, Peace and Power by Mary Roodkowsky
Rape is all too Thinkable for Quite the Normal Sort of Man by Neal King and Martha McCaughey
To the Women of India by Mohandas Gandhi
Narrowing the Battlefield by Carol Ascher
Patriarchy: A State of War by Barbara Hope
An American Shero of 1941 by Colman McCarthy
Readings for Lesson Six
The Technique of Nonviolent Action by Gene Sharp
The Politics of Nonviolent Action by Gene Sharp
The Methods of Nonviolent Protest and Persuasion by Gene Sharp
Albert Einstein on Pacifism
Letter to Ernesto Cardenal: Guns Don’t Work by Daniel Berrigan
Building Confidence at Prairie Creek by Colman McCarthy
Readings for Lesson Seven
On the Duty of Civil Disobedience by Henry David Thoreau
The Judge and the Bomb by Miles Lord
Patriotism or Peace by Leo Tolstoy
What Would You Do If? by Joan Baez
Pray for Peace but Pay for War by Maurice F. McCrackin
A Vigil for Life While We Celebrate Death by Colman McCarthy
Readings for Lesson Eight
Animals, My Brethren by Edgar Kupfer-Koberwitz
Interview on Respect for Animals, with Isaac Bashevis Singer
A Vegetarian Sourcebook by Keith Akers
Diet for a New America by John Robbins
Diet for a Small Planet by Frances Moore Lappé
‘Terrorists’ for Animal Rights by Colman McCarthy
Letters to Kasturba Gandhi
Books read by Gandhi
Books by Gandhi
Articles By Ga
Articles On Gandhi
Bibliography of Gandhi
Gandhi’s Original Voice
Family tree of Gandhi
Associates of Gandhi
Reminiscences of Gandhi
Quit India Chronology
Gandhi Smarak Sangrahalaya, Ahmedabad
Harijan Ashram, Sabarmati,
Ahmedabad – 380 013, Gujarat, India.
National Gandhi Museums, Delhi
Rajghat, New Delhi 110002
Tel : 3310168, 3311793, 3328310, Fax : 3311793
E-mail : [email protected]
Website : www.gandhimuseum.org
* Information about the Museum, its Galleries and Displays.
* Library Catalogue of 26,000 titles on Mahatma Gandhi, Freedom Movement in India and allied Subjects.
* Captions of 6,000 photographs of Mahatma Gandhi and other leaders of Freedom Struggle.
* Catalogue of Books (1,600 titles), Cards, CD’s, posters on sale in the Museum.
* List of Recorded Speeches of Mahatma Gandhi on Audio-tapes and of Films.
* List of Publications by the Museum.
* List of Exhibitions (available on loan)
* Various Services offered by the Museum.
Galleries : 09.30 A.M. to 05.30 P.M. Mondays closed.
Library : 10.00 A.M. to 05.00 P.M. closed on Mondays,
Gaz. Holidays & 2nd Sunday of the Month.
Free Entry to the Museum Galleries & Displays
Library Membership on nominal security amount
Free Film Shows every Saturday & Sunday (4.00 to 5.00 pm) & on request.
Gandhi Literature Center (Sales Counter)
Special Exhibitions from 2nd Oct to 30th Nov & from 30th Jan to 31st March every year.
Mani Bhavan Gandhi Sangrahalaya, Mumbai
19 Laburnum Road, Gamdevi
Mumbai 400007, Maharashtra, India
Tel. No.- 91-22-2380 5864
Fax. No. 91-22-2380 6239
Email: [email protected]
Kirti Mandir, Porbunder
Post : Porbunder
Gandhi Smarak Sangrahalaya, Patna
North – West Gandhi Maidan
Bihar India 22539
Gandhi Smarak Sangrahalaya, WestBengal
14, River Side Road, Barrackpore
24 Parganas, West Bengal, India
Gandhi Smruti, Bhavnagar
Post : Bhavnagar
Magan Sangrahalaya, Wardha
Maganwadi, Wardha – 1
Tel No. 91-7152-84753 / 84754
Gandhi Bhavan Thyland, Kerala
Trivandrum (Thiruvananthapuram) 695014
Gandhi Memorial Museum, Madurai
Post – Tamukkam, Near Collector Office
Madurai, Tamilnadu – 625020 India.
Website : www.gandhimmm.org
National Gandhi Memorial Society, Pune
Agakhan Palace, Nagar Road,
Pune 411006, Maharashtra, India
For More Information …
Sabarmati Ashram, Ahmedabad
Harijan Ashram, Ashram Road
Ahmedabad 380027, Gujarat, India.
Tel – 91-79-7557277
Email : [email protected]
Tolstoy Farm, South Africa
P.O. Box. 44739, Linden 2104, South Africa.
Tel – +27829411133
Fax – +27117822184
Email : [email protected]
r />Sevagram Ashram, Wardha
Sevagram Ashram Pratishthan,
Tel No.: 91-7152-84753/ 84754
A complete site about the biggest Gandhi museum at Rajghat, New Delhi, its library which houses a vast collection of books numbering 26000 and has a Gandhi photo exhibition with 600 photographs.
This is the official Mahatma Gandhi Archive. It includes an online Gandhi shop for new arrivals on books, calendars, busts of Gandhi and Kasturba and more. The site includes the family tree of Gandhi and a collection of stamps from various countries commemorating Gandhi. There is also a provision to read Gandhi books online including his Autobiography and more.
A Place to learn about Gandhi, his life, work & philosophy. This comprehensive site is regularly updated & maintained by non-profit Gandhian Organisation in India & has a wealth of information & material for researchers, students, activists & anyone interested in Gandhi.
It is a superb site on Mahatma Gandhi, including information about books on and by Gandhi in an online Mahatma Gandhi Book Store, which also has an online sale of bags, T-shirts, CD-ROMs, statues and more, all pertaining to Gandhi, along with information about Gandhi serve foundation. There is also links to topics on education, Human Rights, MK Gandhi, non violence and peace.
An informative site about Rajaji Gandhi Ashram situated at Tiruchengodu, founded by C. Rajagopalchari in 1925 to translate Gandhian ideals and thoughts into action; details about its history, activities and sale of Ashram products online.
This site is about Gandhi Smriti and Darshan Samiti, a memorial of Gandhi, which functions under Department of culture, ministry of culture, Government of India. It includes articles like Gandhi’s life and work in brief, Gandhian philosophy, with a list of publications of Samiti, audio cassettes, a photo gallery with a good collection of photographs of Gandhi and the Samiti.
A beautiful site about Gandhi, his views, a photo gallery, quotations and consists of a section, ‘poems’ where one can send poems on Gandhi and more.
A general site but includes books on Gandhian philosophy and writings. Under search one finds a lots of material on Gandhi. Here one can buy Gandhi books online.
Mark Shepard’s Gandhi Page: Mahatma Gandhi, Nonviolence, and Small Scale Alternatives.
Important Site on Non-Violence and current topics related to Gandhi & Discussion Board.
A beautiful section on Gandhi, with articles on Gandhi by Richard Attenborough and Louis Fischer.
This site is on the Sarvodaya Shramdan Movement, the largest non-governmental people’s development movement in Sri Lanka includes its philosophy and peace initiatives in Sri Lanka. It also has: a news section on the movement, information about the Sarvodaya at USA, Sarvodaya library and also a virtual ashram.
Gandhi Today: A Report on Mahatma Gandhi’s Successors
A link to Mahatma Gandhi page from Wikipedia,the free encyclopedia.
Information on Mahatma Gandhi and freedom movement of India.
This is site of Gandhi Foundation, London.U.K.
Gandhi’s site by Gandhi Information Centre Berlin, Germany, with a list of books on Gandhi.
The site is on MK Gandhi Institute of non violence of Arun Gandhi, Mahatma Gandhi’s grandson. It has different sections on Gandhi such as biography, articles by Arun Gandhi, a chronology of Mahatma’s life, his fasts, quotations, photo library, articles on nonviolence and also list of books, CDs and other items from the institute.
Site by Mahatma Gandhi Canadian Foundation for world peace, it contains multimedia files on Gandhi, online books and reviews by readers and more.
Quotations by Mahatma Gandhi
On life and death of Mahatma Gandhi
History of Salt March 1930. Also commutating 75 years of Salt March, 1930-2005.
Virtual Gandhi Ashram.
A brief yet informative section on Gandhi, presented in an interesting way with photographs, illustrations, puppets, Rangoli, portraits, cartoons , a photo-quilt, etc. A visual treat for all those interested in Gandhi; it also includes quotes and views of Gandhi along with excerpts from some well-known books on and by Gandhi
Recording of Gandhi’s voice
Excellent website by Times Magazine. Also cover timeline of Mahatma Gandhi’s Life.
A website by the government of India, has a superb section on Gandhi, with book lists, quotes and articles on Gandhi.
On January 30th, 2008 it will be 60 years, when Mahatma Gandhi was assassinated. To spread his message of non-violence, The Netherlands based teachers are producing Musical Gandhi, which will be premiered in January 2008. The musical will be played by the Dutch students in the age group of 12 to 18 years old. Gandhi, the musical tells the story of this extraordinary man, a search for truth and a struggle to be free.
U.S. links to resources for education and training in Conflict Resolution and peace building from Peacemakers Trust.
Women Waging Peace, multiyear collaborative venture of Harvard University’s John F. Kenedy School of Government, connects women addressing conflicts worldwide. The initiative breaks new ground by recognizing the essential role and contribution of women in preventing violent conflict, stopping war, and sustaining peace in fragile areas around the world.
www.aicpr.org – The Alliance for International Conflict Prevention & Resolution (AICPR)
AICPR is a not-for-profit network of private and public organizations dedicated to increasing the effectiveness of the conflict management field and maximizing its impact on international peace building.
www.cartercenter.org – The Carter Center
The Carter Center, in partnership with Emory University is guided by a fundamental commitment to human rights and the alleviation of human suffering; it seeks to prevent and resolve conflicts, enhance freedom and democracy, and improve health.
www.colorado.edu/conflict/ – University of Colorado
This site is a collection of web resources on conflict management live BeyondIntractability.org, CRInfo, the International Online Training P
rogramme on Intractable Conflicts, the Civil Rights Mediator Oral History Project, the Transformative Approaches to Conflict etc.
www.crinfo.org – CRInfo
CRInfo is a free service funded by the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation. Many powerful tools are available to help users find information, which addresses their specific needs.
www.forusa.org – The Fellowship of Reconciliation (FOR)
FOR seeks to replace violence, war, racism, and economic injustice with nonviolence, peace and justice. They are an interfaith organization committed to active nonviolence as a transforming way of life and as a means of radical change.
www.stimson.org/?SN=SA20020116303 – The Henry L. Stimson Center
The Henry L. Stimson Center has been working to promote confidence-building measures (CBMs) in regions of tension. CBM are diverse arrangements – such as hotlines, people-to-people exchanges, and prior notification of military exercises – that can help reduce tensions and promote good neighborly relations.
www.nccre.org – Ilinois Institute for Dispute Resolution (IIDR)
IIDR via a co-operative agreement with the US Department of Justice and Education created the National Center for Conflict Resolution Education. They promote the development of conflict resolution education programme in schools by offering quality conflict resolution education professional development programmes.
www.iimcr.org – The Institute for International Mediation and Conflict Resolution (IIMCR)
The mission of IIMCR is to promote the use of peaceful conflict resolution techniques among a generation of future leaders through the design and implementation of unique programme and services.
www.ipacademy.org – International Peace Academy (IPA)
IPA is an independent, international institution dedicated to promoting the prevention and settlement of armed conflicts between and within states through policy research and development.
www.karunacenter.org – Karuna Center for Peace Building
The Karuna Center for Peace building is a U.S.- based non-profit organization that offers international training programs in conflict transformation, inter-communal dialogue, and reconciliation. The core of Karuna Center’s work takes place in post-conflict regions of the world at the request of local partners.
www.trinstitute.org – The Tabula Rasa Institute
The Institute promotes peace, understanding, and co-operation between people, groups and nations by providing the resources, education and leadership necessary to improve our world.
www.usip.org – The United States Institute of Peace (USIP)
USIP is an independent, nonpartisan federal institution created and funded by Congress to strengthen the nation’s capacity to promote the peaceful resolution of international conflict.
www.international-alert.org/women/ – The Women Building Peace Campaign
The Women Building Peace Campaign is working to raise global awareness of women’s experiences and perspectives of peace and conflict, help women better realise their potential as peace builders from the village to the national level, get more women included in all levels of peace processes, and gain a greater commitment by the international community to gender considerations in peace building and conflict transformation.
http://www.ic.sunysb.edu/Clubs/sbdoves/ – Students for Peace and Humanity
Group at Stony Brook University dedicated to raising awareness of humanitarian crisis and to promoting nonviolence through lectures, discussions, protests, and charity. Meetings and events calendar, projects, and ways to get involved.
http://www.nonviolenceworks.com – Center for the Advancement of Nonviolence
Los Angeles based non-profit group working to build a culture of nonviolence and peace through education, research, advocacy, and institutional transformation. Calendar of events, discussion groups, action alerts, suggested reading, and volunteer opportunities.
http://www.aeinstein.org – The Albert Einstein Institution
Nonprofit organization advancing the study and use of strategic nonviolent action in conflicts throughout the world. Downloadable manuals and pamphlets in English, Spanish and Farsi.
http://www.innatenonviolence.org – Irish Network for Nonviolent Action Training and Education (INNATE)
Umbrella group to support groups and individuals exploring nonviolent approaches to conflict issues. Operates mainly in Northern Ireland, with a particular concentration in Belfast and associated groups in Belfast, Derry, Cork and Dublin. Includes background, news, and resources.
http://www.avpusa.org – Alternatives to Violence Project
Empowering people to lead nonviolent lives through affirmation, respect for all, community building, cooperation, and trust. Provides a history, publications available and workshop information.
http://www.milarepa.org – Milarepa Fund
A non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion of universal compassion and nonviolence, as well as freedom and independence of Tibet. Contains mission statement, information on membership, and contact information.
http://cnvc.org – Center for Nonviolent Communication
Global organization helping people compassionately connect with one another through Nonviolent Communication, a process created by Marshall B Rosenberg, PhD. Training events, resources, program background, and contact information.
http://renaissancealliance.org – Global Renaissance Alliance
Working to harness the power of nonviolence through prayer, meditation, and deep personal sharing. Articles, events, discussion forum, resources, and ways to become involved.
http://www.nonviolence.org/board/messages/2047.htm – Philosophy of Nonviolence
By David McReynolds. These notes are an effort to summarize the basic philosophy of Nonviolence. It is much more than a mere technique, it is a ‘one-edged philosophy’ which cannot easily be used to defend or advance injustice, and which is of value only if tested in the real world.
http://nonviolence.org – Nonviolence Web
A directory of many of the United States’ most dynamic peace and nonviolence organizations. Contains articles, links and commentary on issues.
http://www.transnational.org/forum/Nonviolence/Nonviolence.html – Transnational Foundation for Peace and
Presents a collection of articles, analyses and reports which highlights the contemporary relevance of nonviolence. Includes related links, philosophical, conceptual and historical aspects on nonviolence and the role of leading proponents, activists and theoreticians in the field.
http://trainingforchange.org – Training for Change
Nonprofit peace group run by Quaker activist George Lakey trains activists around the world to spread tools of democratic, nonviolent change.
http://nonviolencehelp.tripod.com – Nonviolence help
Nonviolence resources for trainers and activists. Information on theory and practice of nonviolent social change, case studies and training agendas.
http://nonviolenceworks.net – Nonviolence Works
Aims to “popularize and promote the power of nonviolence” through a quarterly webzine, community forums and provisions of information on how nonviolence works.
http://www.rainonline.org – Resources Advancing Initiatives for Nonviolence
Non-profit organizations dedicated to developing resources that explore the creativity and spirituality of active nonviolence. Stories of the power of nonviolence, RAIN initiatives, resources, and mailing list sign-up.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nonviolence – Nonviolence – Wikipedia
Article from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
http://www.salsa.net/peace/conv/index.html – Class of Nonviolence
Readings from an
eight session class which uses classics in peace and justice literature to teach peacemaking.
Mani Bhavan Gandhi Sangrahalaya
19 Laburnum Road, Gamdevi,
Mumbai – 400 007 INDIA.
Tel. No. +91 22 2380 5864
Fax No. +91 20 2380 6239
Email : [email protected]
9.30 a.m. to 6.00 p.m. on all days
Working Hours – Library
The Library is open on all weekdays, from 9.30 am to 6.00 pm.
It is closed on 2nd & 4th Saturdays and public holidays.
PERSONS TO BE CONTACTED:
Dr. Usha Thakkar. Hon. Secretary
Shri. Meghshyam Ajgaonkar. Executive Secretary
Articles from around the world focusing on Mahatma Gandhi.
Tuesday September 30, 2008:
Mahatma Gandhi Is A Peace Man
Monday September 29, 2008:
BBC plans TV serial on Mahatma Gandhi
Saturday September 27, 2008:
Canada’s capital Ottawa to have Mahatma Gandhi statue
Tuesday September 23, 2008:
Canada: Ottawa to have Mahatma Gandhi statue
Canada´s capital Ottawa to have Mahatma Gandhi statue
Monday September 22, 2008:
AN Wilson: Mahatma Gandhi, in his own words
Sunday September 21, 2008:
Ottawa to soon have a Mahatma Gandhi Marg
Friday September 19, 2008:
Mahatma Gandhi had water-harvesting facility at home
Recollecting Mahatma Gandhi’s work
Wednesday September 17, 2008:
UK: Cautious response to ‘Mahatma Gandhi Marg’
Mahatma Gandhi Margs under consideration in UK
‘Mahatma Gandhi Marg’ in Liverpool, Leicester likely
Tuesday September 16, 2008:
Hyderabad, Sep 16 : The Andhra Pradesh Congress Legislature Party today staged a dharna in front of the Mahatma Gandhi …
Mahatma Gandhi’s and mine appear
Manitoba will today proclaim Mahatma Gandhi Day
Monday September 15, 2008:
Prachanda offers tribute to Mahatma Gandhi
Sunday September 14, 2008:
Mahatma Gandhi Margs in UK
Saturday September 13, 2008:
Mahatma Gandhi’s toilet shifted to Sabarmati museum
Friday September 12, 2008:
Mahatma Gandhi’s ‘mobile toilet’ recreated
Thursday September 4, 2008:
Followers of Mahatma Gandhi at Sabarmati apprehend closure of a khadi store
Wednesday September 3, 2008:
Cowatch: Mahatma Gandhi ~ Environmental Prophet
Monday September 1, 2008:
Ex-Palestine woman suicide bomber seeks inspiration from Mahatma Gandhi for Middle East peace
Sunday August 17, 2008:
‘Thank you for giving us Mahatma Gandhi’
Thursday August 14, 2008:
Smriti Irani, UTV to produce serial on Mahatma Gandhi
Wednesday August 13, 2008:
UTV Preps Drama Series on Mahatma Gandhi
Sunday August 10, 2008:
Rashtriya Mahatma Gandhi Award to be given to Seva Bharti
Friday August 8, 2008:
Press Note-: Mahatma Gandhi Medical College & Research Institute …
Dr.Karan Singh advocates for way of unity shown by Mahatma Gandhi
Wednesday August 6, 2008:
Mahatma Gandhi And The Kokila
Tuesday August 5, 2008:
Statues stolen from temple associated with Mahatma Gandhi
Wednesday July 30, 2008:
Mahatma Gandhi And Peace
Tuesday July 22, 2008:
Mahatma Gandhi’s assassination denies him Nobel Peace Prize
Mahatma Gandhi’s assassination denied him Nobel Prize
‘Death deprived Mahatma Gandhi of Nobel Peace Prize’
Mahatma Gandhi Setu under threat 22 Jul 2008, 0334 hrs IST, Madhuri Kumar,TNN
“Mahatma Gandhi was shortlisted for Nobel”
Monday July 21, 2008:
Mahatma Gandhi Setu under threat
Book Review (Play): The Portrait Of Mahatma Gandhi by Himendra Thakur
Sunday July 20, 2008:
Building to mark Mahatma Gandhi’s visit to Chhattisgarh
Adriana Delgado, ex directora del Centro Mahatma Gandhi, ejecuta …
Thursday July 17, 2008:
Rare Mahatma Gandhi Recording Discovered
Saturday July 12, 2008:
Mahatma Gandhi inspires me: Narendra Modi
Friday July 11, 2008:
Mahatma Gandhi, my inspiration: Obama
Tuesday July 8, 2008:
Road travelled by Mahatma Gandhi in Shimla
Monday July 7, 2008:
Mahatma Gandhi was one of greatest ‘Rambhakts’: Rajnath