Under the aegis of Madhya Pradesh Sarvodaya Mandal, Vinoba Bhave's 125th birth anniversary was observed at Gandhi Bhavan.
On this occasion, Gandhi Bhavan Trust Secretary Dayaram Namdev spoke on the life of Vinoba. Deputy Director of Police Anuradha Shankar spoke on the context of Gandhi Vinoba and Jayaprakash.
Vinayak Narahari "Vinoba" Bhave was an Indian advocate of nonviolence and human rights. Often called Acharya, he is best known for the Bhoodan Movement. He is considered as a National Teacher of India and the spiritual successor of Mohandas Gandhi.
He said that today when society and the world are being divided into many narrowities, then we absolutely need to understand Vinoba's philosophy of Jai Jagat. He said that Sarvodaya cannot be considered non-spiritual but it is the idea of ??love, compassion and dedication that needs to be taken to the youth.
On this occasion, Professor Arun Tripathi expressed concern about the current political scenario and said that there is a wrong attempt to show Vinoba as a religious saint. Gandhi and Vinoba lived the philosophy of Sarvadharma Sambhav. Both of them created a continuous narrative of blockage in their lives. Vinoba ji defined non-violence scientifically.
Gandhi thinker Mukteshwar Singh spoke on the points related to the life of Swami Vivekananda.
Representatives of Sarvodaya Mandal, Gandhi and social workers participated in the event of Vinoba Jayanti. Shivashish conducted the discussion. The program ended with a vote of thanks from Kumar Siddharth Jain.