How we relate Mahatma Gandhi’s principle to the management world
MK Gandhi was a London qualified barrister who became a naked fakir to become Mahatma Gandhi. Modern management teaches to become affluent and not naked fakir. however, if you are interested you are welcome to participate in a discussion on Anna Hazare who too is a Gandhian and apostle of non-violence.
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" I had read this book called “My experiment with truth” 7 times till now but still every time I read it, I learn a new lesson. It gives me the exact way to make the next move in any situation.
I am reading this again and the only thing that comes in my mind this time is not something personal but involves each of us in this country. At least I hope so.
This time, I as an ordinary citizen have witnessed so many irregularities in function of the government that it questions my mind if democracy is the best form of governance. I had a clear answer to it, “there is no better alternative”. Then why are we in such a mess.
I am perturbed by following issues:"
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Self management of Mahatma Gandhi
Gandhi's 11 Vows
Ahimsa
Nonviolence
Satya
Truth
Asteya
Non Stealing
Brahmacharya
Self Discipline
Aparigraha
Non-Possession
Sharirshrama
Bread Labor
Aswada
Control of the Palate
Sarvatra Bhayavarjana
Fearlessness
Sarva Dharma Samantva
Equality of All Religions
Swadeshi
Use Locally Made Goods
Sparshbhavana
Remove Untouchability
Gandhi's Philosophy - Gandhi's 11 Vows
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