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A View of Portugal — An Outsider’s Perspective

Dr. Ravi P. Bhatia [themify_hr color=”red”] In Portugal the stones speak more to tourists than human beings. Of course you must understand their language –in other words you must know which king ruled when, which grand stone cathedral was built and when. It is interesting to see the melange of European and Arab (or Muslim) […]

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Role of Education in Preventing Violence and Promoting Peace and Welfare

Most societies are burdened with socio-political inequalities, class, racial, religious disparities, gender discrimination, and the urban and rural divide, that lead to violence and conflict in society. Unless these structures are done away with, there is little likelihood of a peaceful, nonviolent society. While the state needs to reduce if not eliminate these inequalities through […]

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Relevance of Gandhi’s Holistic Approach for a Just and Harmonious World

Prof Ravi P Bhatia, PhD is a member of the TRANSCEND Network for Peace, Development and Environment, an educationist and peace researcher. Retired professor, Delhi University. [themify_hr color=’red’ border_width=’3px’]   Disparities, deprivation and discrimination around the world are too visible to be ignored in today’s globalised world. These are of different types—economic, social, and educational […]

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Relevance of Gandhi’s Holistic Approach for a Just and Harmonious World

Prof Ravi P Bhatia, PhD is a member of the TRANSCEND Network for Peace, Development and Environment, an educationist and peace researcher. Retired professor, Delhi University. [themify_hr color=’red’ border_width=’3px’]   Disparities, deprivation and discrimination around the world are too visible to be ignored in today’s globalised world. These are of different types—economic, social, and educational […]

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Fasting for Peace and Spirituality

Dr Ravi P Bhatia is a member of the TRANSCEND Network for Peace, Development and Environment, an educationist and peace researcher. Retired professor, Delhi University. Why do people fast? People fast for religious reasons — to attain spiritual strength and peace or to cleanse their bodies. They also fast as a means of protest against […]