Reformation through Ram Naam: Case studies of tribal Bhils of Jhabua and convicts of Indore Central Jail

 
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Gautam Chatterjee
Published by Parampara India Heritage, New Delhi (2001)
ISBN 10: 8187872012 ISBN 13: 9788187872016
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Book Description Parampara India Heritage, New Delhi, 2001. Hardbound. Condition: New. Contents: Prologue : My experiments with Ram Naam by Dr. Viswamitraji. Empowered name or Naam Shakti. 2. Bhils of Jhabua. 3. Spirit of reformation and sacred name. 4. Sacred name reforming convicts. 5. Conclusion. Select bibliography. Glossary. Appendices. Index. 'Negative instinct' of mankind is as old as our civilization. In order to tackle this human aberration many socio-psychological techniques were evolved. In order to ensure co-existence and harmonious living the concept of law and order came into vogue. Punishment for crime was enforced to have a deterrent effect on the society. In the last millennium these 'criminal' activities were diagnosed as 'disease' of the society. To cure the ailing society many tools were evolved enveloping socio-psycho-economic norms. However, desired results could not be achieved. "On the other hand, traditional people or tribals were termed as 'criminal' and were shunted out to seclusion by the upper section of the society. So-called reformative efforts from 'above' could not undo their instincts and negative impulsiveness. Thus socio-anthropologically speaking, we have created a core class and named them 'criminal' who posed a perennial danger to the socalled society of ours. "However, some philanthropists intervened and employed the 'spiritual tool' of Ram Naam to usher in reformation amongst those who live a life of negativism and neglect. " Tribal Bhils of Jhabua district of Madhya Pradesh and many more convicts serving sentences in Indore Central Jail became the subject of reformation 158 pp. Seller Inventory # 40102

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