Re: [arkitectindia] Prayer 5 times a day
- Thanks for the invitation .I would like to note few of my suggestions.
I would like to suggest considering prayer and meditation 5 times a day.
Ther is communication for the same in Shiva Sankalpa Taru. Muslims are
commnaded to prayer 5 times a day and Muslims are those who submit their
will to the commands of Allah. I have argued in teh discussion forums for
global adoption of prayer 5 times a day.
The implications of adoption of prayers can be seen for ecology as more
and more adopting prayer 5 times will be making lesser and lesser number
of decisions for utilising fossil fuel based utilties and services.
Promotion of prayer and zakat/dharmada for the poor will have substantial
impacts for the casue of ecoloical safety and social equity.
Dr.Muhammad Mukhtar Alam
--- ICYOIndia <icyoindia@...> wrote:
All Religions Prayer
Mankind has suffered due to religious fighting. Realizing this religious
harmony is the best policy for India. Camp has all-religions prayers every
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- Dear Member,
This is my first mail to this group. I am glad to be a part of group, as some one added me. Hope I would be getting more assistance for social works and civil society movements from this group.
Last month I had orgainzed a talk on personality development by Shiv Kera in JNU. I was happy to see a huge crowd over there. But since It was more like individual effort so I had to face many problems. However, I would be doing more such activites in future as well.
I would like to get you feed back on the issue.
Senior Research Fellow,
CSRD, JNU, New Delhi
Contact No. +91-9911059101
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- Dear Organisors,We are very happy to know that the National Integration camp is happening to help children from different parts of India exchange their cultures and valuses and learn new skills. After speaking to the chairman of ICYO, Dr.S.N.Subbarao, Ark foundation is willing to organise an evening in JNU with the youths in the open-air theatre and also organise a small (1 km)peaceful rally to demonstrate that peace is possible if one wants it.We are working with the dates and soon will let you know when this evet will happen in JNU. Looking forward for this exciting event coming up.RegardsSneha
ICYO Youth Information
Indian Committee of Youth Organizations
October 2005 (Fifth Issue)
National Integration Youth Camp for 2000 Youth
The National Integration Youth Camp will be held from November 8-15, 2005 in New Delhi. The camp is open for youth age between 15-35 years and expected 2000 youth from all over India.
The camps, which are conducted by Dr. S. N. Subbarao, Director of National Youth Project (also chairman, ICYO) are the training place for promoting peace, cultural harmony, nationalism and tolerance among the youth.
The main features of the forthcoming camp in Delhi are:
Shramdan (work/labour donation):
The organizer will identify the project work near the camp side that helps the community living by. All the campers will work (shramdan) on the project and devote two hours every morning. This activity helps youth to link themselves with community and work together for their welfare.
India has too many languages. The main objective of language classes to understand feelings of people from other regions by learning their language and increases the communication. This is the peer exercise, camper teach their language to other and learn the others language.
The objective of this exercise to spread such games which are inexpensive and which can take in persons of the different age and in big numbers. Campers practice simple games that can reach small, poor and remote villages.
Youth has many talents, which they can share to peer. During the camp campers teach to fellow camper, the different talent whom they have expertise, like Bhangra dance, yogasan, karate, folk dances from many regions and so on.
All Religions Prayer
Mankind has suffered due to religious fighting. Realizing this religious harmony is the best policy for India. Camp has all-religions prayers every evening.
Every evening, the one-hour long cultural activities will be held. The campers have the opportunity to show their talent for promotion of national integration.
The registration fee is Rs 50.00 only. Youth aged 15-35 can participate in the camp. Participants have take care of the their travel to and fro, but if they travel in group of five than organizer will provide the railway concession form, on which youth group can avail 50 concession on train fare. The group accommodation and simple vegetarian food will be provided to all campers during the camp. Other logistic information is available on request.
National Youth Project, New Delhi organizes the camp with the support from Delhi Government.
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