Gandhian Sarvodaya : Realizing a Realistic Utopia

Thomas Vettickal

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Contents: Foreword. Preface. Introduction. 1. Mission of total liberation: Gandhi's Sarvodaya vision. 2. Ideal mission: to realize Utopia. 3. People- oriented economy: a new vision. 4. Ashram to village: an experiment in realization. 5. Continuation of legacy. 6. Recapitulation and promise: Sarvodaya as an ideal for liberation theology and ecology. Glossary. Select bibliography. Name index. Subject index. "The thesis of this book is to examine and explain Mahatma Gandhi's Sarvodaya as a realistic and realizable Utopia in India of today in particular and in the world at large. Chapter one studies Sarvodaya of Gandhi from a historical perspective, namely as an ongoing vision and movement in the process of realisation. Chapter two analyzes Sarvodaya as an Utopian model for stimulating and guiding socio-historical change. The various aspects of people-oriented economy examined in chapter three show that Sarvodaya economy based on "Small is possible" and "Small is beautiful" is a viable economic alternative in India and a model that is relevant even for the West. Gandhi's experiments with village-ashram being the locus of his liberative praxis, chapter four examines ashram to village as a Gandhian model, a realizing experiment of Sarvodaya. Chapter five considers Sarvodaya as continuation of the legacy mainly by Vinoba Bhave and Jayaprakash Narayan after Gandhi's death. Sarvodaya's close link with Indian theology of liberation and Sarvodaya's ecological implications are discussed in chapter six. As an ongoing Utopian dialectic, Sarvodaya is 311 pp. Bookseller Inventory #

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Synopsis: Publisher's Note foreword Preface Note on Transliteration and Spelling of non-English Words Introduction Mission of Total Liberation: Gandhi's Sarvodaya Vision Ideal Mission: To Realize Utopia People-oriented Economy: A New Vision Ashram to Village: An Experiment in Realization Continuation of Legacy Recapitulation and Promise: Sarvodaya as an Ideal for Liberation Theology and Ecology Glossary Select Bibliography Name Index Subject Index

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Book Description 2002. Hardcover. Condition: New. 330 The thesis of this book is to examine and explain Mahatma Gandhis Sarvodaya as a realistic and realizable utopia in India of today in particular and in the world at large. Contents:- Contents, Publisher’s Note (ix), Foreword (xi), Preface (xv), Note on Transliteration and Spelling of, non-English Words (xvii), Introduction 1, 1. Mission of Total Liberation: Gandhi’s Sarvodaya, Vision 7, 2. Ideal Mission: To Realize Utopia 43, 3. People-oriented Economy: A New Vision 85, 4. Ashram to Village: An Experiment in Realization 143, 5. Continuation of Legacy 189, 6. Recapitulation and Promise: Sarvodaya as an, Ideal for Liberation Theology and Ecology 227, Glossary 259, Select Bibliography 267, Name Index 301, Subject Index 304 The Title 'Gandhian Sarvodaya: Realizing A Realistic Utopia written/authored/edited by Thomas Vettickal', published in the year 2002. The ISBN 9788121207980 is assigned to the Hardcover version of this title. This book has total of pp. 330 (Pages). The publisher of this title is Gyan Publishing House. This Book is in English. The subject of this book is Gandhian Studies / Political Science / Sociology. Language: English. Seller Inventory # 9788121207980

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