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  • They were inspired by Gandhi's vision of sarvodaya, social and economic programs that would lift up the most marginal members of society and bring economic independence, gram surat, to match political independence, raj surat.

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  • As sweaty sportsmen and women ply their trade a spirit of peace will waft from continent to continent; terrorists and soldiers alike will be soothed into a state of soporific sarvodaya by the sight of gristly steroid-enhanced women galloping around in circles for no good reason.

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  • The ultimate end for Gandhi is Ramarajya through ahimsa, satyagraha and sarvodaya.

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  • The 21 students from the centre, who went to different villages in Karnataka as part of their dissertation project to find out how many people follow the core Gandhian philosophies, found Gandhian thought almost missing -- be it gram swaraj (village self-sufficiency), women's emancipation, ahimsa (non-violence), satyagraha (the urge for truth), sarvodaya (trusteeship) or fighting untouchability.

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  • Gandhi’s emphasis on sarvodaya, on sacrifice and social harmony, has led some observers to believe that thewas against the individualism.

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  • n., the well-being of all (from Sanskrit sarva, 'all' and udaya, 'uplift.') Used by Mohandas Ghandi to mean a new social order without caste, based on nonviolence and service.

    July 9, 2008