Conversations and Transformations: Toward a New Ethics of Self and ... - Page 72 - Ananta Kumar Giri - 2002 - 347 pages - Preview This interlocutor is Chittaranjan Das. Born in 1923 in the Bagalpur village in the district of Cuttack in Orissa, Chittranjan has been and continues to be a part of many experiments, explorations, and tapashyas — tapashyas aimed at the ... Literature and the tapashya of transformation: a glimpse into the ... - Ananta Kumar Giri, Madras Institute of Development Studies - 1998 - Conversations and Transformations: Toward a New Ethics of Self and ... - Page 155 - Ananta Kumar Giri - 2002 - 347 pages - Preview Das, Chittaranjan. 1993. Sukara O Socrates [The Pig and the Socrates]. Berhampur,
: Pustak Bhandar Orissa, India
Reflections and mobilizations: dialogues with movements and ... - Page 278 - Ananta Kumar Giri - 2005 - 436 pages - Preview The students would bring lunch Maharaj and Chitta Ranjan Das are the three major sources of inspiration in the ... Both Prapatti and Babaji Maharaj have passed away and it is Chitta Ranjan Das who is now striving to energize this ...
A Moral Critique of Development: In Search of Global Responsibilities - Page 296 Ph Quarles van Ufford, Ananta Kumar Giri - 2003 - 309 pages - Preview As Chittaranjan Das (200 Ib) urges us: 'One liberates oneself by collaborating with a liberating process and that is perhaps how we collaborate in the march of this world of ours.' Notes I am grateful to Dr Philip Quarles van Ufford for ...
Rethinking social transformation: criticism and creativity at the ... - Ananta Kumar Giri - 2001 - 407 pages - Achyut Das is the most noted NGO activist in
today. Twenty years ago, he went to the backward tribal block of Kashipur,
Orissa and began his work ... He is based in Kashipur in the district
of Rayagara, Orissa. Chitta Ranjan Das ... India
Conversations and Transformations: Toward a New Ethics of Self and ... - Page 74 - Ananta Kumar Giri - 2002 - 347 pages - Preview
Achyutananda Das's ideal of servanthood as our primary identity before God and society has been another deep influence with Chittaranjan (Das 1992a). After his research at Shantiniketan, Chittaranjan went to
further studies ... Denmark
Gandhi Peace Foundation (New Delhi, India) - 1996 - For a glimpse into the work of Chittaranjan Das, see Ananta Kumar Giri, "Socrates and the Pig," University News, 5 February 1996; "Education as Transformation of Consciousness: A Glimpse into the Work of Chittaranjan Das" (manuscript).
Dharma and development: the future of survival - Makarand R. Paranjape, Samvad India, Makarand R. Paranjape - 2005 - 329 pages - New Initiatives in Education: The Integral Education Movement in Contemporary Orissa Ananta Kumar Giri This cannot be taught, ... and yet more difficult to become a mother who is also your teacher. ' - Chitta Ranjan Das, "Matrupuram"...
Changing the Terms: Translating in the Postcolonial Era - Page 79 - Sherry Simon, Paul St-Pierre - 2000 - 305 pages - Full view Cuttack to start the Manmohan Press, which eventually became Orissa's leading publishing house. ... He was ably assisted in his venture by Chittaranjan Das, whose commitment to Oriya language and literature not only made him a renowned...
Studies in history - K. D. Bajpai - 1972 - 244 pages - The pioneering work on this field is 'Mahima Dharma of Orissa' by Sri Chittaranjan Das. He has removed certain grave errors regarding the origin and meaning of this movement especially the error of N- N. Vasu.13 I shall briefly discuss ...
Glimpses of Vaisnavism in Orissa: mainly on the basis of Sri ... - Banamāḷī Ratha, Nityānanda - 1983 - 264 pages - Studies in medieval religion and literature of Orissa pp. 5-32. by Chittaranjan Das42. The regions of northern and fouthern to?ala, southern Koiala and the
in the province of Utkala 43. kingdom
Sri Aurobindo: a centenary tribute - Aurobindo Ghose, K. R. Srinivasa Iyengar - 1974 - 346 pages - Manoj Das, an eminent young socialist poet, scholar and story-writer of Orissa, joined the Ashram with his wife Pratijna and ... Rajakisor Ray, Mrs. Nandini Satpathy and her husband Devendra Satpathy, Mr. Chittaranjan Das, Dr. Sudhakar ...
CHITTARANJAN DAS - Orissa Diary Born on October 3rd 1923 Sri Chittaranjan Das has been admired by his readers as a renowned creative talent. He is exceptional in his essays, travel literature ... Orissa: Eminent writer, Freedom fighter Chittaranjan Das passes ... Sunday, January 16, 2011 – Report by Orissa Diary correspondent; Bhubaneswar: Eminent writer, Freedom fighter Chittaranjan Das expired Sunday afternoon here in the ...
Kishan Patnaik breathed his last on September 27 at Bhubaneshwar at the age of 74. His demise comes as a great loss to the democratic movement in the country. He will be remembered for his passionate commitment to value-based politics and for his relentless campaign against the retrogressive policies of economic liberalisation. He favoured a broad-based coalition of socialists, communists and other democrats against imperialist globalisation and worked hard to retrieve the socialist stream from the morass of political opportunism. His whole political life would be remembered as a message of protest against today’s political culture of corruption, criminalisation and communalisation…
Kishan Patnaik was not only a socialist thinker in his own right, but also probably the most creative of the Gandhians who would expand, enrich and apply the Gandhi-Lohia-J.P… Kishan Patnaik adhered to the Gandhian critique of modern civilization and the idea of progress. Most of the developments in late capitalism seemed to him a confirmation of his beliefs.
His prolific pen would react to most of the burning issues of practical politics as well as those of theory, from farmers’ suicides to the ‘clash of civilizations’. The June 2004 editorial of ‘Samayik Varta’ (a journal founded and edited by Kishan Patnaik for nearly three decades) was quick in pointing out that the verdict 2004 was clearly against the new economic policies pursued for the last decade and a half and that the new regime had already started betraying it, a point to remember for all those who wish to carry his legacy through the present and future struggles.
As a young member of the third Lok Sabha, Kishan Patnaik was perhaps the first MP from Orissa to have raised the issue of starvation deaths in Kalahandi in Indian Parliament. The powers that be did not have the guts to admit that stark reality and efforts were made to sweep the starvation deaths under the carpet of false claims and statistical lies, much the same way as governments deal with the phenomenon of starvation deaths and farmers’ suicides today. Between 1964 and 2004,
has certainly changed a lot,
but defying the gloss and grandeur of globalisation hunger continues to stalk
the villages of Kalahandi and Koraput as doggedly as was seen first hand by Kishan
Patnaik in his early political years. Patnaik never lost sight of this
fundamental plight of rural India ,
and securing the right to livelihood for the people on the margin therefore
always remained central to his politics and to his vision of development. India
Politics of a different place - Indian Express Yogendra Yadav Posted: Oct 02, 2004
Kishen Pattnayak's death did not make headlines. Only one news channel ran this story on September 27, the day he died… Clearly, our media that loves to hate politics had no space for the one politician who did not fit the stereotypes of a politician. Yet this is one politician who needs to be remembered and what better day than Gandhi Jayanti to look again at the politics of someone like Kishen Pattnayak.
Savitri Era Party @SavitriEraParty Two outstanding thinkers-cum-workers Odisha has produced: Kishan Patnaik (1930-2004) and Chittaranjan Das (1923-2011).