Saturday, November 27, 2021


The Poetry of Acharya Mahaprajna

In this dark world characterized by greed, violence, consumerism and narcissism, Acharya Mahaprajna’s wisdom enchants us and purifies our souls. The poetry of this...

Roshan- the Story of Pakistan’s Mobile Library on a Camel’s Back

Taking books to the remote villages of impoverished Balochistan, here is the story of Roshan, the camel.
Paulo Coelho

Living Your Own Legend

At this moment of pandemic-induced despair and bewilderment, Paulo Coelho’s deep reflections are likely to generate the possibility of sanity, and make us reflect on the ongoing play of life and death.

The Promise of Engaged Pedagogy

Bell Hooks is known for her feminist thought and interesting work on pedagogy as an art. Here is a passage from her well known work where she shares with her readers her passion for the field of education and why she cannot remain a distant and aloof teacher.

Jiddu Krishnamurti’s Educational Ideal: Vision and Practice

Here is a book that enriches our understanding of the process of implementation of Krishnamurti's educational ideals.

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