The Forgotten Children of Ahmedabab. I went to India looking for riches. No, not the riches of an unkindly harsh world, but the riches of a kind and ancient nation steeped in history. In Amdabad, I ventured to find the portal of a place made famous as the epicenter of non-violence, of Gandhi. In the large patio of the Sabarmati Ashram, I walked into what was Gandhi’s home on the property for nearly thirteen years searching for ethereal knowledge. That’s when I met Dr. A.T. Ariyaratne, founder of Sarvodaya –a Gandhi-like organization representing the rural poor in his native Sri […]
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