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    Who is Asaram Bapu?

    ആരാണ് ഈ ആശാറാം ബാപ്പു...????

    സ്വയ്യം പ്രഖ്യാപിത ആള്‍ദൈവമായി ഇന്ന് അഴിക്കുള്ളിലായ ആശാറാം ബാപ്പുവിനെ കുറിച്ച്



    ഇന്നത്തെപാകിസ്ഥാനില്‍ 1941 ഏപ്രില്‍ 17ന് സിന്ധ് പ്രവിശ്യിലെ ബിരാനി ഗ്രാമത്തില്‍ ആണ് ആശാറാം ബാപ്പുവിന്റെ ജനനം. യഥാര്‍ത്ഥ പേര് അസമുല്‍ തൗമല്‍ ഹര്‍പലനി.ഇന്ത്യ വിഭജനത്തോടെ കുടുംബം ഗുജറാത്തിലേക്ക് കുടിയേറി.പലരെയും പോലെ ചായക്കച്ചവടം കള്ള് തുടങ്ങി നിരവധി രൂപത്തിന് ശേഷം ഒടുവില്‍ ആത്മീയപാതയിലേക്ക് മടക്കം.പണം അധികാരം സ്വാധീനം ഇന്ത്യയിലെ ഏറ്റവും ശക്തനായ സമ്പത്തുള്ള ആള്‍ദൈവമായി ആശാറാം മാറുകയായിരുന്നു.ബിജെപി കോണ്‍ഗര്‌സ് തുടങ്ങി പാര്‍ട്ടിഭേദമന്യ നേതാക്കള്‍ ബാപ്പുവിന്റെ അനുഗ്രഹം തേടി ആശ്രമങ്ങളിലെത്തിയിരുന്നുവെന്നത് വിസ്മരിക്കാനാകില്ല.
    ആത്മീയതയിലേക്കെത്തും മുന്നെ തന്നെ ക്രിമിനല്‍ കേസില്‍ പ്രതിയായിരുന്നു ആശാറാം എന്നും റിപ്പോര്‍ട്ടുകളുണ്ട്.3 ക്ലാസുവരെയാണ് വിദ്യാഭ്യാസം നിരവധി തവണ നാടുവിട്ടതായി കഥകളുണ്ട്.1964ല്‍ വൃന്ദാവന്‍ ആശ്രമത്തിലെ സ്വാമി ലീലാക്ഷജീയാണ് ആശാറാം എന്ന പേര് നല്‍കുന്നത്.1973ല്‍ നര്‍മ്മദാ തീരത്ത് ആദ്യ ആശ്രമംപണിതീര്‍ത്തു.15 രാജ്യങ്ങളില്‍ നിന്നാണ് 450ലേറെ ആശ്രമഘ്ഘശ്# 10000 കോടിരൂപയുടെ സ്വത്തുക്കളും ആശാറാമിനുണ്ടത്രെ.
    2008ല്‍ ആശ്രമ അന്തേവാസികളായ കുട്ടികളുടെ മരണവും 2013ലെ ലൈഗീംഗാരോപണത്തോടെയും ആശാറാമിന്റെ തകര്‍ച്ച തുടങ്ങുകയായിരുന്നു

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  • The World of Peries
    The World of Peries

    The World of Peries' converses with the Sri Lankan film maker Lester James Peries on his films, his relationship with Satyajit Ray and the laurels he has achieved. Peries, who started his career as a writer in the journal 'Ceylon,' went to London and made two short films that received critical acclaim. He then returned to Sri Lanka and started making documentaries and mythological films. He also made the first Sri Lankan feature film to be accepted for competition at the prestigious Cannes film festival. In the film Peries talks to the camera and discusses his films, his relationship with his contemporaries like Satyajit Ray, the trilogy of films he made, which is often compared with Ray's Apu trilogy

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  • The Unfinished Revolution: Part II
    The Unfinished Revolution: Part II

    The Unfinished Revolution - Part 2' presents the disarray of NAM and its growing irrelevance despite holding the precise ideals that are necessary for world peace and development. The film discusses the relationship between countries of the Non Alignment Movement (NAM) and the United Nations, the challenges facing the NAM countries and how the leaders of these countries are trying to cope with these challenges. Since 1991, when the cold war ended, the future NAM has been questioned and a need to redefine its role, function and relevance has emerged. The film interviews a number of Indian and international leaders and analysts to find out what can possibly be the future of NAM

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  • The Way of Buddha
    The Way of Buddha

    The tenets of Buddhism - equality and democracy, universal peace, steadfast love for all life and a secular practice that can help humanity to end suffering has attracted followers from all across the world to Buddha and Buddhism. 'The Way of Buddha' presents the popular mythical story of of Buddha's life - his birth as a royal prince, his renunciation of worldly life, his search for truth, becoming enlightened and his teachings as the Buddha. The film expands on Buddha's teachings, the essence behind his concept of the middle path, and how direct action by humans can end misery and sufferings. It is also a look at the diverse practices of Buddhism that is followed in different parts of the country.

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  • The South Imperatives of Cooperation
    The South Imperatives of Cooperation

    The South Imperatives of Co-operation' is about the role of the Indian Technical and Economic Co-operation (ITEC) in providing educational assistance to many countries. It highlights some projects of the ITEC, like the assistance in building the infrastructure of countries in Asia, Africa and Latin America; helping these countries with agricultural research, dairy development; photovoltaic revolution in Cuba; encouragement of small scale industry, etc. The success stories of these initiatives have been crucial in strengthening the bonds between India and these countries, and have helped in spreading it to other countries as well. The film also shows how ITEC is a symbol of common objective of peace, equity, justice and dignity

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  • The Treasure In The Snow: A Film on Sikkim
    The Treasure In The Snow: A Film on Sikkim

    Sikkim is a land of devotion and faith. In Sikkim religion is the fountainhead of art and culture. The Lepchas and Bhutias are aboriginal tribes of Sikkim. The Lepchas believe that dance and music are gifts from God and act as a bridge between the earth and the heavens. The Bhutias are responsible for the spread of Tibetan Buddhism in Sikkim. The people exhibit extraordinary skills in wood carving. The varied and colorful masks that are essential for traditional Buddhist ritual dances are stunningly beautiful and intricately carved. Metal craft is another sector where artisans combine their skills with religious devoutness. The Himalayan ranges and the physical landscape have left an indelible mark on the social and religious lives as well as the psyche of people. Many designers and craftsmen from Sikkim have found eminence across the world.

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  • Bridging Worlds: Home Is Where The Heart Is
    Bridging Worlds: Home Is Where The Heart Is

    This film, one of a 10-part film series on the Indian Diaspora, is the story of Canada's Indian Diaspora that has come full tilt...from not having voting rights at the turn of the 20th century, to becoming highly respected and extremely valued members of Canadian society.

    This film looks at the various sectors in which Indian Canadians have excelled as well as explored their dual bonds with the two countries they love... India, their ancestral home and Canada, their adopted home.

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  • The Making of a Nation - Part X: Agenda for the Future
    The Making of a Nation - Part X: Agenda for the Future

    For 50 years after independence, the country struggled with conflicting economic agendas. Massive investment was required for basic infrastructure like ports, airports, power, roads, telecom or urban development. In the final part of 'The Making of a Nation' we see that even though agriculture is the backbone of the economy, urbanization in the 80's, followed by economic liberalization in the 90's, drastically changed the profile of a resurgent India. On the political front, the country has been playing a meaningful role in global peace and disarmament. It has been the voice representing the developing and underdeveloped countries. The film explores the economic, social and political development of the country and the development plans for the future, through a series of interviews and statistics.

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  • Bridging Worlds: Know India Know Yourself
    Bridging Worlds: Know India Know Yourself

    Indians have travelled to distant lands at various stages in history; first as travelers, then as indentured labourers, and finally, as skilled professionals settled in different parts of the world. The Indian diaspora today is spread out all over the world contributing to the global knowledge economy. The diasporic community often separated from their homeland by several generations knows little or nothing about their roots. In an effort to connect the community with their heritage and ancestry, the Ministry of Overseas Indian Affairs has started the 'Know India Program' (KIP). The film covers the program in its 5th year as young overseas Indians spend three weeks traveling to different places in the country, absorbing the Indian culture as more than tourists.

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  • Rebuilding The Playground
    Rebuilding The Playground

    This film is about the concern of child labor, which has always been a part of India's social and national consciousness. Over the last few years, India has made great progress in implementing measures that benefit children. A nation-wide campaign has been launched to sensitize society against the problems of child labour. The film, through a series of interviews of different government officials and NGO representatives, explains the problem and the plans in progress. The Ministry of Labor, UNICEF, ILO, Supreme Court and NGOs discuss about the programmes they have launched and their progress in various parts of the country. The film also explores a few success stories of these programmes.

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  • SAARC: Looking Beyond Prophecies of Doom
    SAARC: Looking Beyond Prophecies of Doom

    This is a film on the 10th Annual summit of SAARC. The summit was preceded by nuclear tests by both India and Pakistan, and critics predicted conflict in the summit and even dissolution of the association. But going above these apprehensions, the summit proved to be one of the successful ones and reassured co-operation in all possible fields. The film explores the decisions taken during this summit and gives examples from the past when the countries joined hands. Trade liberalisation was one of the major discussions on which important decisions were taken. The film also discusses India's role as the prominent member of SAARC. The prophecies of doom were proved untrue and the countries promised to stay together towards development.

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  • Swami Vivekananda : An Introspect
    Swami Vivekananda : An Introspect

    Swami Vivekanand's life was a perennial exploration of the truth about man and his place in the unknowable expanse of the Universe. Deeply influenced by the writings of John Stuart Mill and Herbert Spencer, Swami Vivekanand sought to refine his inherited agnosticism with a deeper understanding of Indian history, it's epics and philosophy. The film takes one chronologically through Vivekanand's quest for a deeper understanding of India, his writings and the spiritual underpinnings of his expositions by putting together rare archival photographs, journal entries, newspaper clippings and audio footage. It also maps some of the contemporary discourse around his life and ideals, the work undertaken by the Ramakrishna Mission in India as also certain international interventions to make his writings more relevant to the world today.

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  • Women in Panchayat
    Women in Panchayat

    The fight for women's participation in governance has been a long standing issue in Indian politics. A history of marginalization by way of denial of education, land rights and sometimes even basic human rights, has relegated Indian women to an extremely low status in the society. However, a quiet revolution has started to take place in Indian villages. The film takes us into the lives of some of these women and shows how small efforts are improving many lives. More and more women are coming out to participate in village councils, thereby bringing a different perspective in solving a wide gamut of issues such as domestic violence, water management and energy conservation.

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  • The Sky Is Not The Limit
    The Sky Is Not The Limit

    The sky and what is beyond has always fascinated the human mind. Since ancient times, we have been trying to decipher the mysteries of outer space. With them coming of modern science many of these mysteries have been solved. While nations are trying to gain superiority in space for military purposes, India has been trying to create a better life for its citizens through its satellite technology. 'The Sky is Not the Limit' takes the audience on a journey into the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) and the reason behind their success in bringing a billion Indians closer through advanced satellites. These satellites have been responsible for changing the course of communications, weather forecasting, collection of meteorological data and its analysis.

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  • The Oneness of Creation - Part II
    The Oneness of Creation - Part II

    This film depicts the ancient Buddhist sites of India. The story of the Buddha and the development of Buddhism are traced through the art and architecture of ancient monuments. The film undertakes a visual journey through the life of the Buddha; to the places of his birth, enlightenment, first sermon and final renunciation. The four great Buddhist pilgrimage sites of Lumbini, Bodhgaya, Sarnath and Kushinagar are among the most revered places in the world. This film also provides a wide perspective of the heritage of both Theravada and Mahayana-Vajrayana orders of Buddhism.

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  • The Oneness of Creation 1
    The Oneness of Creation 1

    This film depicts the ancient Buddhist sites of India. The story of the Buddha and the development of Buddhism are traced through the art and architecture of ancient monuments. The film undertakes a visual journey through the life of the Buddha; to the places of his birth, enlightenment, first sermon and final renunciation. The four great Buddhist pilgrimage sites of Lumbini, Bodhgaya, Sarnath and Kushinagar are among the most revered places in the world. This film also provides a wide perspective of the heritage of both Theravada and Mahayana-Vajrayana orders of Buddhism.

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  • The Making of a Nation - Part IX: Secularism and the Nation
    The Making of a Nation - Part IX: Secularism and the Nation

    The Making of Nation -- Secularism and the Nation' is an overwhelming film about the unity among the people of the nation even though they are from different castes and religions. Secularism, though forced, came about after an understanding that the Indian society rests and operates on an inter-community network. India is a country where not only are the practices of all religions tolerated but all religions come together to celebrate a number of festivals on the Indian calendar. With globalization, where identities are coalescing with a desire to create a space in society, India is the only place that, with a long history of coexistence, offers a nurturing space to this fledgling ideal.

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  • The Making of a Nation - Part VIII: Cinema and the Nation
    The Making of a Nation - Part VIII: Cinema and the Nation

    In 1913, Dadasaheb Phalke, the father of Indian Cinema, became the first Indian to use the movie camera, out of which were born cinema based on mythologies. Subsequently, the form of Indian cinema matured under Baburao Painter, D. N. Sarkar and Himanshu Rai, who developed a unique narrative style. Followed by legends Bimal Roy, Guru Dutt, Raj Kapoor, India is now the largest film producing country in the world. 'Cinema and the Nation' is about the film industry that has produced both commercial and meaningful cinema. Satyajit Ray, Ritwik Ghatak and Mrinal Sen captured different aspects of India's emotions: trauma of partition, humanism, societal transition, etc. This persuasive form of entertainment has gone commercial creating personalities and stars and has reflected the mood of the nation. But somewhere, these films have also recorded the making of the nation.

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  • The Making of a Nation - Part VII: A Society in Transition
    The Making of a Nation - Part VII: A Society in Transition

    A Society in Transition' is about the changes that Indian society has seen in its 50 years of independence. Many steps were taken to ensure that social injustices are erased and equality is restored: abolition of untouchability and Zamindari system, reservation for scheduled castes and tribes, women's right to property, legalization of divorce, etc. One affirmative action that triggered protest was the Mandal Commission recommendations that politically legitimized caste politics. The embracing of economic liberalization resulted in the growth of telecommunications and satellite television. Globalization influenced new lifestyles with consumerism moving to new heights. People started using cyber space to spread awareness. The 50 years of independence has redefined civilization in India

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  • The Making of a Nation - Part VI: Women and the Nation
    The Making of a Nation - Part VI: Women and the Nation

    Women and the Nation' is the saga of Indian women through the ages. Once oppressed, the freedom struggle provided an opportunity for change. Mahatma Gandhi said that unless women actively participate in the struggle, there would be no meaning for the movement. This episode shows the changes in the status of women, from mere commodities and vehicles for bearing children to independent lives of dignity. Economic independence has been at the core of the change. Abolition of child marriage and reservation of 33% seats for women in Panchayats and Municipality have been major steps to aid the process. Sarojini Naidu, Aruna Asaf Ali, Vijay Lakshmi Pandit, Indira Gandhi, Kiran Bedi, Shovana Narayan, Aparna Sen, among many others, are women who evoked respect, awe and admiration. They are the true symbols of emancipation of the Indian women.

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  • The Making of a Nation - Part V: Democracy in Action
    The Making of a Nation - Part V: Democracy in Action

    Colorful, vibrant and seeking total participation of its citizens - that is what Indian democracy is all about. Part 5 of 'The Making of a Nation' highlights the momentous events that are the milestones of Indian democracy. Covering some of these milestones - the general elections, rise and fall of the Congress party, Nehru's death, the coming to power of the Communist Party in Kerala, coalition formed by the Janata Party, and finally, the Emergency declared by Indira Gandhithe film underlines that democracy cannot be taken for granted. Media as the 4th estate of the country is also discussed in this episode. The sheer vitality with which democracy is practiced in the country is proof that this form of governance by the people, of the people and for the people is here to stay.

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  • The Making of a Nation - Part IV: The Shaping of India's Foreign Policy
    The Making of a Nation - Part IV: The Shaping of India's Foreign Policy

    The shaping of India's foreign policy began even before independence. Jawaharlal Nehru, the first Prime Minister of India, conceptualized the doctrine of Panchsheel: the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence to govern relations between states. Their first formal codification into a treaty was in an agreement between China and India in 1954. The film travels back to a time when India was still under British rule. Nehru's search for a Foreign Policy converged with the goal of self reliance. He believed that the development of the country could be assured only if there was peace. At no other time during the contemporary history of Modern India, was one man's vision so inextricably linked with the shaping of the country's foreign policy.

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  • The Making of a Nation - Part III: The Economic Agenda
    The Making of a Nation - Part III: The Economic Agenda

    After independence the country faced a scarcity of food and basic amenities. The country was undergoing a transformation; the Indian economic model as envisaged by Nehru was a mixed one where private enterprise and state capital existed side by side. The current economic agenda of liberalization was freeing private enterprise and India was being viewed as an emerging giant. Part 3 of 'The Making of a Nation' puts forth the growth of the country's economy post independence where economic reforms brought out the tremendous spirit of adventure and enterprise and helped to create one of the most dynamic competitive economies and a compassionate society.

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