Show Name: Hindu Radio:Chicago Museum:'Be a Vishnu Avatar'/Ganesh in Guinness Records/Afghan-Hindus Struggle
Date / Length: 2/18/2011 11:30 AM - 2 hrs 4 min
h:153207 s:1562733 Special Guest Raghu Guiffre and his new Book 'Raghunomics' feature viable solutions to our economic woes. Last year 1000s of Indian farmers adopted organic farming and manufacturing. Marketing of panchgavya (cow-based) products also began across the country. Over 400 new goushalas (cow shelters) were set up/existing goushalas strengthened.Over 5,000 workers were trained to start/run cow-based industries in villages across India. With the inspiration of Sri Ramchandrapura Math, Karnataka, a ‘Maa Gou Products’ company was formed to produce and market the panchgavya products in professional manner. An investment of Rs two crore was made in it and the company has started functioning. Taking another inspiring initiative the Math has stopped using mechanised sugar in the Math and only the gur is used there. It also donated over 1000 indigenous breed cows to various farmers. Art Institute of Chicago (USA), one of the major art museums of the world, has developed a "lesson plan" for classroom activity in which students of 4-8 grades solve a global issue by taking the role of one of Hindu deity Vishnu's avatars (incarnations). Sanjay D, a rural youth from Kaadoor, has been recognized globally for his extraordinary talent, a nano Ganesh of 2 millimeter carved in a pencil lead by Sanjay D has made his entry into the Guinness Book of World Records. One centimeter clay art of Ganesh has also made its entry into Guinness Record under miniature category. This Episode also Features the Story of Lord Shiva and the Hunter. It is a popular tale connected to Mahashivratri about a hunter who completed the puja rituals unconsciously yet the Lord grants him the fruits of his unconscious worship.
Tags: Shiva and the Hunter
Be a Vishnu Avatar