One Word One Family

One Word One Family

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Author: G N Das
Publisher: Abhinav Publications
Year: 0000
Language: English
Pages: 100
ISBN/UPC (if available): 8170173728


Here is a treatise by the author of Shri Rama, The Man and His Mission and Lessons from the Mahabharata with an attempt to oversee the possibilities of the whole world with a number of different human communities and races living as one family as if living in a circumscribed area of a country with few nations.

The author had the opportunity to visit a number of countries under a UNO Fellowship programme. He has put in his personal experiences (a rich account of the countries, peoples and civilisations of different nations he had chance to see himself).

In the end, the author has arrived at the conclusion that basic human nature being the same all over the world covering peoples of various races, communities, speaking different tongues, observing different social and communal norms in spite of these differences belong to one human race. He has not only visited them for superficial study but lived with them under one roof and in one kitchen which accommodated the author and the author acclimatised himself without demur from either side to live as belonging to One Family.




Lord Jagannath the epitome of one world-one family ideal
The urge for language
England and Wales
Singapore, Java and Sarawak (Borneo)
Cairo, Karachi and Dwarka
Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh
Assam and West Bengal
Andhra Pradesh and Madras (Chennai)
Orissa, West Bengal and Madhya Pradesh
Maharashtra, Karnataka and Kerala
Orissa (Kalinga)
Gujarat and Rajasthan
Jammu, Kashmir and Himachal Pradesh
Sacrifice vis-a-vis one world-one family ideal
Panchasila; its influence on realisation of one world-one family ideal
Stumbling Blocks
Engendering one world-one
Role of Contentment
Ensuring Success of the premise
The Relevance of speaking the truth amiably
Civic Awareness in villages
The Role of mind for success of one world-one family ideal