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Shanti Sena in India.

Narayan Desai

Shanti Sena in India.

by Narayan Desai

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Published by A.B. Sarva Seva Sangh Prakashan in Varanasi .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Passive resistance

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHM278 .D43
    The Physical Object
    Pagination32 p.
    Number of Pages32
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4905M
    LC Control Numbersa 65009400
    OCLC/WorldCa11142269

    Shanti Sena are peace-keepers, mediators, diplomats, crisis counselors, and so forth. They are *not* cops, and have no right to violate anyone's rights. They only time there is a moral or legal right to detain or restrain someone or instruct them to do somehting they would otherwise not do, is when there is imminent danger to self or others. Book Source: Digital Library of India Item : Vinoba,ioned: ble.

    Mahila Shanti Sena Manipur, India Shrambharati (NGO) Khadigram, Bihar, India Serv Seva Sangh Doimukh, Arunachal Pradesh Tamulpur Anchalik Gramdan Sangh (TAGS) Her book showed me that if you want to change something, you should always try your best to make the change. To me, she is a symbol of courage. Shanti Sena: The Peace Army of India. Posted on 21 May under History, Theory, Women & Nonviolence, WRI/IISG Project. by Asha Devi Aryanayakam. Editor’s Preface: This article is taken from The War Resister, is Third Quarter We have posted a number of other articles on Shanti Sena, which may be accessed via our search function.

    Membership in the Women Shanti Sena has grown to 3, and continues to expand says Acharya Ramamurti, a prominent Gandhian, the man behind movement. The basic idea of Women Shanti Sena is to seed India w trained women peacemakers by There are two kinds of peacemaking, according to Ramamurti. "The usual kind is making peace. Book. Booklet. Chapter. Check list. Conference report. Directory. guidebook. A Manual for Instructors and Organisers of Shanti Sena: Indian Peace Brigade Training manual for instructors and organizers in the Shanti Sena movement in India. Manual. Undermining Nonviolence: The Coming Role of New Police Technologies. 5 pages. Article.


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About the Book The recent large-scale communal disturbances in India have prompted some older Gandhians to voice the opinion that the time may have come to reactivate the Shanti Sena, Mahatma Gandhi’s Peace Army, that did impressive work in promoting communal harmony between the late s and the mids.

Although the idea of a Shanti Sena was considered to be of fundamental. The Shanti Sena or "Peace army" was made up of Gandhi's non-violent followers in India. Other movements have developed, inspired by this one, sometimes also using the name used by Gandhi's group.

These may include World Peace Brigade, Nonviolent Peaceforce, Swaraj Peeth, the organisation Peace Brigades International and participants in Shanti Sena in India. book Rainbow Gathering, and have. - Buy Shanti Sena: Philosophy History and Action book online at best prices in India on Read Shanti Sena: Philosophy History and Action book reviews & author details and more at Free delivery on qualified : Thomas Weber.

Shanti Sena in India. Varanasi, A.B. Sarva Seva Sangh Prakashan [] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Narayan Desai. Find more information about: OCLC Number: Description: 32 pages 18 cm: Reviews.

User-contributed reviews Tags. Add tags for "Shanti Sena in India.". Be the first. The Shanti Sena, which is based largely on Mahatma Gandhi's ideas, was established inten years after his death. Sena members, found only in India, are involved in conflict resolution on a grass-roots level, using peace-building techniques that have inspired international groups such as the World Peace Brigade, the Cyprus Resettlement.

This will help us make recommendations and send discounts and sale information at times. “Gandhi first used the term Shanti Sena induring the first large‑scale riots between Hindus and Muslims after his return to India.

My father organized some local units of Shanti Sena during riots in But it was only inthe year of our Independence, that Gandhi considered organizing a nationwide Shanti Sena. The Shanti Sena or "Peace army" was made up of Gandhi's non-violent followers in India. Other movements have developed, inspired by this one, sometimes also using the name used by Gandhi's group.

These may include World Peace Brigade, Nonviolent Peaceforce, Swaraj Peeth, the organisation Peace Brigades International and participants in the Rainbow Gathering, and have served as a basis.

The Gandhi Smriti and Darshan Samiti, the Gandhi Peace Mission and the All India Harijan Sevak Sangh along with other organisations at New Delhi on Thursday, announced the plan, which included designating August 23 -- the day when Vinoba Bhave launched it in -- as Shanti Sena.

India needs a Shanti Sena for our times. This article first appeared in the print edition onunder the title ‘Soldiers for peace’. The writer is a biographer of the economic philosopher and constructive worker, J C Kumarappa and is currently working on a thematic history of Gandhi’s life and work in the s.

Inthe Vedchhi Ashram founded the Gandhi Vidyapith and the Shanti Sena Vidyalaya. He argued that in independent India basic educational curriculum must not only be productive and schooling rooted in society but also that it should emphasise on national ideas and character formation.

Notable books. The general objectives of Mahila Shanti Sena movement are: building peaceful neighborhoods; promoting participatory democracy (through capacity building, with a special focus on women); the formation of women’s action groups of peace workers (trained in leadership skills, crisis intervention, nonviolent conflict resolution and prevention.

And though the original Shanti Sena no longer exists as a formal organization because of ideological differences, the idea still lives on through individuals engaging in such actions under other banners.

The Shanti Sena: Philosophy, History and Action. A book by Thomas Weber. Working Across Communities. The book goes on to look at the role played by civil society, especially the Mahila Shanti Sena (Women Peace Corp), towards conflict transformation.

It highlights the preventive, mitigative and adaptive measures taken by the women and their role as agents of peace in the volatile zones of North East India. India News: Estranged Gandhi family loyalist Natwar Singh claimed former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi sent troops to Sri Lanka without consulting his Cabinet.

The Shanti Sena or "Peace army" was made up of Gandhi's non-violent followers in India. [1] Other movements have developed, inspired by this one, sometimes also using the name used by Gandhi's group.

[1] These may include World Peace Brigade, Nonviolent Peaceforce, Swaraj Peeth, the organisation Peace Brigades International and participants in the Rainbow Gathering, and have.

The Shanti Sena, which is based largely on Mahatma Gandhi's ideas, was established inten years after his death. Sena members, found only in India, are involved in conflict resolution on a grass-roots level, using peace-building techniques that have inspired international groups such as the World Peace Brigade, the Cyprus Resettlement Author: Thomas Weber.

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Shanti Sena means Peace Army. It was founded by Mahatma Gandhi in India in the s. John and Robert Kennedy, Martin Luther King, and The Beatles – unofficially and unknowingly, but with great determination – joined Shanti Sena in the s.

With a promise of simplicity, nonviolence, and respect, this Pathan shanti sena obstructed the violence of the colonizing British forces in India’s North West Frontier Province, now within Afghanistan and Pakistan.

InIn another example, Gandhi’s disciple Vinoba Bhave established a shanti sena in India whose numbers rose to 6,Book Source: Digital Library of India Item : ioned: ble. Month-long Shanti Sena Training and Research in India August 5, Ap Joám Evans Pim 0 Comments The Shanti Sena Training Centre, Trivandrum, Kerala, India (attached to the Indian Council of Gandhian Studies) has initiated a month-long Shanti Sena training and research program highlighting the importance of Dialogue for Conflict.