Each of the Swaraj Peeth publications has a history, a story behind it as precursor of nonviolence campaign; means of a dialogue; intervention in a debate in order to transform its tone and tenor; or as an initiator of a discourse. Some came in response to demand in special circumstances.
(Nonviolence News: Bihar) Hindi, Sept 2015 A brief of some important land mark nonviolent interventions by Gandhi Peace cadres in Bihar including in Maoist tribal blocks.
After 5 years of engagement Jammu &Kashmir Swaraj Peeth brought out following three documents containing Observations and Reports in September 2015 Book No 1: Share Concerns ; By Niru Vora and Rajiv Vora, Sept 2015 (limited stock) This contains : … Read more
(Hindi); Rajiv Vora ; 2015 Rs 10.0 (Not Available) Reprint of Rajiv’s article in Prabhat Khabar, bulished as nonviolence campaign material in Maoist tribal area of Banka dist of Bihar. It is a poignant story of a bright tribal youth … Read more
M K Gandhi 2015 Rs 10.0 (Available) This is a must read for those who run institution and organizations. Gandhiji has given a code of conduct for the leaders or the heads of institutions/organizations and the res or the staff … Read more
A Process Documentation: Pub 2007, (Out of stock) During its engagement with Muslim youth, post 9/11, in four districts of Western Uttar Pradesh developed a four-stage method of cultivating and organizing Nonviolence cadres: Empathy, Awareness, Training, Action. This document also … Read more
Pub. 2007 (Not available) Taking Indian conditions, needs and culture in consideration, this is perhaps first ever Training Manual for nonviolent peace cadres, which does not take nonviolence as a mere techniques or strategic means but as a creed. Thus … Read more
By Dr Niru Vora & Rajiv Vora (Hindi and Urdu) (Not available) On the occasion of the first anniversary of 9/11, Rajiv Vora’s editorial in the journal Gandhi Marg brought out the other side of it- the most revealing coincidence, … Read more
By M K Gandhi (Urdu Translation) First ever in hundred years. Pub. 2006 Price Rs 125/- (Available) Our response to 9/11 generated much interest among the Muslims of Western UP, dominated by Deoband School. This led to nonviolence campaign supported … Read more
April 2000 (Not Available) In collaboration with NCERT (National Council for Educational Research and Training) Swaraj Peeth Trust organized two national seminars – one of experienced teacher-educationists of the Gandhian Basic Education system, and another of leading social scientists, educationinst, … Read more