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Sri Bimal Mohanty

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79 years old
Gurgaon, Haryana India
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Manages the movement 'The Spiritual Approach to Life' Details are available at www.ahwan.org emailed to neraly 7000 readers worldover with monthly updated articles. Gives regular lectures on Spiritualism, life science and ethical values based on sanatan philosophy at Sri Aurobindo Ashram Delhi, educational institutions, corporate organisations, management and social group gatherings etc. Free spiritual counseling is part of the programme.Please visit www.ahwan.org for more details.

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Reply Sri Bimal Mohanty
9:51 AM on September 23, 2012 
In governance taking right decisions, corrective measures do not always provide right solutions unless the decisions are taken at the RIGHT time. Taking right decisions after the damage has already been done is poor wisdom. It is like closing the barn door after the horse has bolted. Good governance calls for recognising signs of looming disaster before things go out of hand and act on hem firmly and decissively without any compulsions, fear and considerations. otherwise wishing that everything will turn out ok at the end becomes a gamble.
Reply Sri Bimal Mohanty
4:08 AM on July 11, 2012 
One of the oldest and arguably first management mantra was uttered in the Bhagavad Gita.
Success in every undertaking comes when done with diligence of YOGA (to be understood with all its ramifications).
Tell me has a better approach to management has been found since then? -Sri Bimal Mohanty 11.7.12
Reply Sri Bimal Mohanty
1:22 AM on June 25, 2012 
Dear Sri Anil Vinayak Gokak - Thank you for your comments. - Sri Bimal Mohanty ([email protected]) God bless you - 25.6.12
Reply Anil Vinayak Gokak
7:12 AM on June 15, 2012 
I agree entirely with Shri Bimal Mahanty.We are reminded of the Bhagawdgita's verse, "Yada yada hi dharmasya glanirbahvati bharat"..Dharma is never extinguished, but the unrighteous can ride on the crest of the wave during certain phases of human history.The sorry state of affairs today makes me also think on the same lines.the real solution lies only in return to values..If one looks at the Indian Constitution, one finds that the duties of citizens listed under Article 51A and the Diretive Principles of State Policy spelt out therein are nothing but an expression of the Vedic and Upanaishadic princioples couched in the modern political idiom.The question that we need to ask ourselves is : Do we judge our educational systeem and institutions with reference to these yardsticks?.The U.G.C amd NAAC experts concentrate on the infrastructure, the degrees of professors and the equipment in the laboratories.All this may be correct, but not sufficient.Do we judge our education, schools and colleges in terms of the contribution made by them to promote enlightened human beings , or good citizenry.? A proper balance Liberty and Equality has got to be achieved..A balance between the two is a prerequisite for Fraternity and Fraternity cannot be imposed, it has to come from within.Fraternity is easily established when a group is organised to protect its interests in certain specific areas such as defence against an enemy However, as the scope of the concept extends beyound this and becomes all inclusive, it is only values that can help.Our administaration has got to take this aspect into account in the interest of the long term stability of the country.The history of educational system in India shows how this has been so sadly neglected since the Middle Ages.
Ani Gokak
Reply Sri Bimal Mohanty
7:00 AM on June 9, 2012 
I shall be interested to know the current interests of the members along with their e-mail contacts to be in touch with matters of mutual interest Thanks - [email protected] 9.6.12
Reply Sri Bimal Mohanty
9:47 AM on June 6, 2012 
Has the loss of values, deterioration of character in private and public life, rise of demoniacal behaviour in the society, now reached an epidemic proportion?

Some will readily agree and some ofcourse will also argue that only a few are bad and there are stll a great majority unaffected by the disease.

Be what it may, do the happenings around you in all walks of life, make you feel comfortable?

Here is a story from our scriptures. Human beings (children of Manu) greatly disturbed by the things around went to the sage and asked 'What is the cure?' What will protect us?'

The sage advised- Dharma rakshati rakshitam. Walk the path of dharma. Dharma alone will protect.

The modern educated man with his own ideas of secularism and understanding of dharma and its practice may well phooh phooph the advice. But real understanding of dharma and diligence in practice may still be the only hope for mankind.

Dharma is recognised by its ten characteristics. Dhriti or determined diligence, Kshama or tolerance, dama or control over actions, asteyam or non covetousness, saucham or purity, atma vinigraha or abstaining from mindless indulgence, dhih or application of intellect, vidya or true understanding of things, satyam or truthfulness at all costs and akrodha or absence of anger.

Every sensible approach to life comes under this categorisation.

Worth pondering about? - Sri Bimal Mohanty 6.6.12
Reply Sri Bimal Mohanty
3:40 AM on February 9, 2012 
The need of the hour is to emphasize the importance of dharma providing guidance in governance, spreading to all walks of life, be it education,entrepreneurship,leadership, social activities, character building etc, like it was once in India of past that shaped the character of an Indian. The need is to inculcate a spiritual approach to life- the way life is meant to be lived. Suggest visit www.ahwan.org dedicated to The Spiritual Approach to Life.

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