Free Essays on Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam

  1. Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam

    the Government is welfare of the society and peace in the society. The whole objective of a Government is to work towards the philosophy of Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam. The moment there is a gap in the feeling of oneness in the society it may give rise to injustice and depletion of peace in the society and...

  2. Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam

    Senior High School Temple: Anoopam Mission USA Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam The phrase “Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam” translated in English means “entire world is but one single family” has become popular in the past few years. My opinion about Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam is that, I think that we are one big family whose...

  3. Jai Jagat

    asudhaiva Kutumbakam is a philosophy that inculcates an understanding that the whole world is one family. It is a philosophy that tries to foster an understanding that the whole of humanity is one family. It is a social philosophy emanating from a spiritual understanding that the whole of humanity is...

  4. Hospitality in the Global Village

    conglomerate yet unified global community. The concept of “Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam” is a similar thought used in the theory presented by Marshall McLuhan as global village. Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam- "vasudha", the earth; "iva" = is as a; and "kutumbakam", (family;) is a Sanskrit phrase that means that the whole...

  5. citizenship

    its second decade the world has shrunk in a space becoming a global village.The ancient Indian notion encapsulated in the sanskrit dictum ‘vasudhaiva kutumbakam’( the world is a family ) has never been truer.Today, its not realistic to think only in terms of one's own country .The exchange of ideas and...

  6. Unesco-Higher Education in India-Vision N Action.Doc

    the goal of multicultural under-standing and of creating in the world a harmonious human family, appropriate to the ancient Indian ideal of "Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam"1. Student-Centred Education and Dynamic Methods Methods of higher education also have to be appropriate to the needs of learning to learn...

  7. Bhagat Sing

    ruler and abolition of state, not absence of order, Singh explained, "I think in India the idea of universal brotherhood, the Sanskrit sentence vasudhaiva kutumbakam etc., has the same meaning." He wrote about the growth of anarchism,"the first man to explicitly propagate the theory of Anarchism was Proudhon...

  8. Report

    in different parts of the country. In such a background, cultural tradition was developed where ‘Devo Athithi Bhava’ (the guest is god) and ‘Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam’ (the world is one family) became bywords of Indian social behaviour. Since times immemorial, the rulers in different parts of India built luxurious...

  9. Travelling Has Great Educational Value

    affords us an opportunity to acquire first-hand knowledge about our own country as well as about foreign countries. It develops the spirit of “Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam” i.e., the whole world is one family. It increases our power of observation. It makes us social. It trains our mind and spirit. The hobby of...

  10. Imtp Notes Bms Semester 5

    Concept of Dharma: varna ashram dharma, svadharma • Concept of karma – meaning and importance to managers, corporate karma. • Concept of Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam ____________________________________________________________ ______ Tolerance This is a greater virtue than love. As it needs lot...

  11. Hindu Militancy and the State of Interreligious Dialogue in India

    and organizations to promote multi-cultural co-existence and enriched relationship. People need to become aware of the One Family of God (Vasudaiva Kutumbakam) concept enshrined in their sacred texts and to foster in the neighbourhood an alertness and holy boldness to speak against separatism, national...

  12. citizenship

    reported declaration that "I am a citizen of the world (kosmopolitês)" in response to a question about his place of origin.[13] A Sanskrit term, Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam, has the meaning of 'the world is one family'". [14] The earliest reference to this phrase is found in the Hitopadesha, a collection of parables...