With a foreword by N. Radhakrishnan; xxii, 409p. 23 cm.
CONTENTS:- I. Gandhi and Globalization 1. Gandhian thoughts on Globalization 2. Peace Universities for Sustainable Gandhism 3. Trusteeship or Globalization 4. Globalization and Gandhian Panacea 5. Gandhi and Globalization 6. Gandhian Economic Order in the Globalism 7. Gandhi and Globalisation 8. Gandhi on Globalisation for Higher Education 9. Gandhian Co-operative Thoughts on Globalised Economy 10. Gandhi-A Globalised Personality 11. Gandhi Globalisation and Employment 12. Globalisation and Gandhi on science and Technology II. Gandhi and Women Empowerment 13. Sarvodaya for Globe 14. Gandhi on Social Injustice to Women in Globalization 15. Gandhi--Women in globalization 16. Gandhi on Women Education and Technology 17. Gandhi Towards Women 18. Gandhi on Women Development III. Gandhi-- Khadi and Village Industries 19. Gandhi and Globalisation on Vilalge Economy 20. Globalization and Gandhiji's Basic Education 21. Globalization on Rural Industries on India 22. Globalisation Vs Gandhi on Handloom Industry A Case study of Thiruvalluvar District 23. Gandhi on Globalisation with Respect to Khadi Village Industries 24. Gandhi Industry Dalits and Globalization 25. Gandhian Ideology on Agrarian Reforms 26. Gandhi on Khadi and Village Industries 27. Gandhi on Rural Industrialization 28. Gandhi Gram Swaraj 29. Gandhi Rural Industrialization 30. Gandhi on Basic Education IV. Gandhi--Human Rights and Values 31. Communication and Creativity--Gandhian Legacy 32. Gandhi Human Values and globalization 33. Gandhiji;s Vision on Indian economy 34. Prevention of Terrorism--Gandhi 35. Gandhi Trusteeship in Social Change 36. Gandhi and Human Development V Gandhi--Environment 37. Globalization and Environment --A Gandhian Perspective 38. Gandhiji Business Ethics and Globalization 39. Environment and Sustainable Development 40. Gandhi and Environment 41. Globalization and Gandhian Human Rights 42. Gandhi Non-violence and Globalization 43. Gandhian Ethics 44. Technology Globalization and Gandhi 45. Gandhian Economics Panacea for the Indian Rural Maladies
Gandhi Preached and practised that love that suffered was more powerful than the force that inflicted pain and suffering. Gandhi is one with thoreaus's principle that "Government is best which governs the least".
Papers presented at the National Seminar on Impact of Gandhian Thought on Globalisation, held at Tirupati during 29-30 March 2006.