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  10. SOCIO-ECONOMIC   DEVELOPMENT  RESEARCH  WORK OF 
THE  MILLENNIUM   
THEME JOKE - DEVELOPMENT :
 DIRECTION FOR DISCOMBOBULATION
 SOURCE : My father's notes and  personal association with the family of
Gomathy Sankar

MAHATHMA GANDHI - SWADESHI CONCEPT

  MOVEMENT [M] for
    PEOPLE [P]] 

ASHOKA CHAKKARAM

BENDABLE [b]& WOBLING  [W]


 WEARY
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 A) PREFACE
Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi or Mahathma Gandhi (refered here as Gandhi) was born on October 2, 1869 in Porbandar, India. He became one of the most respected spiritual and political leaders of the 1900's. Gandhi helped to free the Indian people from British rule through nonviolent resistance, and is honored by Indians as the father of the Nation. He died on January 30, 1948.
His historical march started from Gandhi as a leading layer with the prestigious “Bar at Law degree” from England. He was a practicing layer from 1893 to 1914 in the British controlled South Africa. He was abused by the British both in his profession, life and when he attempted to claim his rights as a British subject. Soon he saw that all Indians suffered similar treatment both in South Africa as well as in India. Gandhi stayed in South Africa for 21 years working to secure the rights for Indian people, But  his attempt to pool the will and support of the Indians in South Africa failed, because no expatriate Indian was ready to antagonise the British rulers, and lived/worked to satisfy the basic needs (Food, Clothing & shelter). This became a direct personal challenge and an indirect enmity against the   British rules, who were attempting to control the total world, under the theme “Sun never sets in the British territory”.
LESSON
01 – The   foundation for the  independence approach of  Gandhi were more Social and Personal grounded than Economic oriented.

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 B) INDIAN INDEPENDENCE - BACKGROUND
In 1905, Lord Curzon, the Viceroy and Governor-General of India (1899-1905), ordered the partition of the province of Bengal for improvements in administrative efficiency in that huge and populous region. The partition created two provinces: Eastern Bengal & Assam, with its capital at Dhaka, and West Bengal with its capital at Calcutta (which also served as the capital of British India). It was an ill-conceived and hastily implemented action. This division outraged all the Indian population, because not only the government failed to consult Indian public opinion, but the action also appeared to reflect the British resolve to "divide and rule."
LESSON 02 – British rulers in South Africa and India strategically used the social wedges as a tool to utilise the  occupied territory and people for the economic gains of Britain and their people. Any Psyco-social management action on the public can over  power the  management decision of any ruler, however powerful they may be.
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Gandhi, who failed to consolidate the will and power of the people in South Africa, came to India to complete his mission and free the Indians from the British rule. He created the Indian National Congress as a setup to fight and go forward. Widespread agitation resulted in the streets and in the press.  The Congress advocated boycotting British products under the banner of Swadeshi. This Movement, part of the Indian independence, was a successful economic strategy to remove the British Empire from power and improve economic conditions in India through the principles of self-sufficiency and domestic efforts. Strategies of the Swadeshi movement involved boycotting British products and the revival of domestic-made products and production techniques. But the concepts of Management and Productivity relating to the organisation of domestic supply sources, were completely absent.
LESSON 03 -   A social freedom movement develops attractive  domestic economic concepts. But without any thought, methodology or any plan to create the resources and inputs to achieve the same.
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 C) CONCEPTS OF SWADESHI
Mahathma Gandhi, the founder leader of the Indian Independence, described Swadeshi as a strategy with a key focus on the soul of Swaraj or Self Rule. He said “The true India is to be found not in its few cities, but in its seven hundred thousand villages. If the villages perish, then the India will perish too”. He gave a call to the consumer to be aware of the hideous economic result by supporting British industries that pump out the Indian wealth to Britain, resulting in creating poverty, harm to workers, humans and other creatures in India.
It is interesting to find that the "Gandhian Ideal" of Swadeshi movement concept is an exact replica of Dr.VSRS's concepts of Socio-Economic Development in a Geometric Model. The Swadeshi essentially portrays the bi-circular concept of - Domestic source for Domestic investment and Domestic Technology to be manned by the Domestic Labour force.
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 D) SIGNIFICANCE OF SWADESHI
PEACE MESSANGER"Gandhian   utopia" was a dream of a future India, perfected on the basis of its ancient culture, supported by  a historical set of cultural meanings, and rooted in the ideal of an "Essential India". Critical elements of Gandhi's vision included -  Sarvodaya  - Spiritual well-being for all and individual discipline (Especially in matters like consumption such as vegetarianism, self discipline etc..) as the needs for underpinning of national strength; Swadeshi inducted Self reliance first.  Satyagraha - Non-violent  resistance. Tolerance or non passive resistance or pacifism, but a principled rejection of violence of moral strength;  Trusteeship  - The rich are trustees of their wealth and it is expected to do good of all.   Bread labour  - Opposition to de-humanising   technology.   Panchayat Raj  - The village as central institution, with government by consensus of   rural leaders. The major theoretical issue tackled in Gandhian Utopia is the relationship between individuals,  culture and history. It emphasized the role of individuals in cultural change. Associated with this are contingencies of Authorship and Authority. In a debate of the "Great men versus Cultural determinism", the Authority is seen as a dominant factor in the anthropological (social relationship) tradition. In contrast Gandhi assumed "Neither an integral Individual nor a Determined culture", and argued that "Individual and Culture are constantly interlinked by confrontation and struggle".
REFERENCE : Book Review by Danny Yee (Australian Book Reviewer) on
"Gandian Utopia : Experiments with Culture" by Richard G. Fox. Beacon Press 1989. http://dannyreviews.com/h/Gandhian_Utopia.html
 LESSON 04  – Social freedom inducts domestic orientation. Opens  up the past cultural heritages.  Pools  the people and their thoughts towards self development. But a strategic  methodology  to achieve the same are absent.
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 E) POETIC PROPAGANDA  

During  this period, a nationalist poet Rabindranath Tagore (1861 –1941. Nobel Laureate in Literature of 1913 for his works "The Gardner"   and "Gitanjali") penned and composed a song roughly translated into English as "In the soil of Bengal
, the water of Bengal should be considered holy and hallowed (sacred)... ". He himself led people to the streets singing the song. The Congress-led  the boycott of British goods. This supported by the mass appeal of Tagore’s songs, it was so successful that it unleashed the strength of the British forces and the Monarch.

LESSON 05 – Literature, the inner spirits and social freedom thoughts go together. But how to get economic prosperity, rule and manage the nation after independence are completely absent. 
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F) AFTER EFFECTS
The social independence movement   relieved  the  people from the chains of foreign bondage. After the independence on 15th of August 1947, Gandhi recommended the dismantling of the “Congress” and handover the country to  rule  themselves !!!. But the independent people never had any vision or thought of any methodology to rule and manage themselves. The dominant factors were the essential needs, namely the food, shelter and clothing. People with power (physical, mental and economic) assumed that the nation belongs to them.  They framed the ruling guidelines as they thought as advantageous to them. This   lead the country into a under-developed and developing cyclical-loop, without any way to breakeven towards a developed nation.
LESSON 06 – Social freedom,  not based on economic development orientation and a blind belief that people can rule themselves leads to apartheid, unsafe alliances, export of local talents to developed nations and a looping poverty.
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=================================================--This is supported by the Indian economic scene today (after 60 years of independence) – Discrimination of people by caste, religion, sex etc.. and providing reservations in jobs and commodity distribution, on that basis (Note – Apartheid is eradicated from all over the world, but it still exists and grows in India !!); Aligning with communist USSR just after independence based on geographic and mass appeal communist principles (which has shattered in the world today);  Mass development of local talents with hi-fi education centres, without knowing how to utilise them domestically,  resulting in  their mass immigration to the developed nations; Not able to reach a self sufficiency in food, water, shelter and clothing due to the uncontrollable domestic population growth as well as unproductive spending by those in power.
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 G) BOTTOM  LINE
Unilateral social independence  leadership of Gandhi in India, resulted only in an economic chaos.  It   handed over the nation into  the  hands  of  unsocial elements and un-economic rulers to waste and dwindle the  unaccountable wealth and talents in India.  In the past 69 years after independence, one full generation of people has been turned over.  Now India is ruled by people who do not even have any least feeling of   the efforts, agony and selfless power put in by Gandhi and his fellow men. Rather they misuse the name of Gandhi to mislead the people and keep them continually in power. The Gandhian social freedom is enjoyed as a “free economic gift” by the current people in power and as a “free wealthy bonanza” by the future population of India. What is the avenue break this trend and get into a real economic  prosperity  ???   
LESSON 07 – Management and Productivity (Both Government and Private) concepts and evaluation should be with reference to Socio-Economic Development units than unilateral quantum units. Intangible (Psychological, Social, Environmental, International and Universal) components should be given more importance than physical factors. Domestic investments should be from Domestic Savings. Domestic technology (Latest moderated to suit local environments) should be manned by Domeatic Manpower.
See – SED BY DRVSRS  and  SOMA BY DRVSRS (SED = Socio-Economic Development. SOMA = Social Management.
 H) CONTRA STRUGGLE
The economic freedom struggle of Japan, after the World War 2  (1939 to 1945) provides a contradictory scene. It was an economic struggle rather than a social struggle.  You could see how Japan is economically dominating the world with “people of productivity” in
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_Japan#World_War_II

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 RURAL  SWADHESHI
Gomathy Sankar Dhixathar (1873 - 1951), a native Villager of Ambasamudram in Tirunelveli District, Tamil Nadu, was attracted by the principles of Mahathma Gandhi and Tagore. He pioneered to use the Swadheshi principle in his native district as a two edged tool to accelerate the pace of domestic Socio-Economic development as well as to promote the spirit of Independence . He visioned that :-

  • Large supply of food items for public consumption can alone fill their hungry stomachs and kindle the thoughts of self development.
  • This basic need satisfaction, will cumulatively promote the working spirit of the people for self sustainability.
  • These ultimately kindle the spirit of Independence.

Gomathy Sankar knew that Mahathma Gandhi has adopted Goats Milk in his Sarvodhaya diet.  When Gandhi toured the South India and visited Tirunelveli distrct in 1921, he stayed with Gomathy Sankar. He served Gandhi with "Goat's Milk Pudding" (See Recipe below), a recipe of his imagination, during the day meal, and Gandhi later adopted this as regular day meal, during his stay in the Shabarmathi (In Gujerat) Ashram later.

 DISCOMBOBULATED VENTURES SPINNER WHEEL - CHARKA
COWIn 1910, he sold his inherited agricultural land and opened a “Gomathy Diary Farm” with 30 cows and a "Gomathy  Textiles" with 3 Hand looms supported by 15 Charkas (Hand Spinner) for the yarn supply.  He organised these as a "Challenge" to the British rule, rather than a venture with long-range development and progress of the people or the country.  The significant Discombobulated (Emotionally Confused)  ingredients were :-

  • The goal was to remove the British rule and domination. It was a Movement concept and not a Management concept. 

  • The management  was  impregnated with unreasonable flexibility to accommodate  everybody's like and dislikes, to keep and continue the movement. It resembled the wheel of the Charka, which is Bendable and Wabbling and rotate at one point ,  to role the thread from  raw cotton.

He did not progress well in the Textiles and ultimately he closed it in 1930. He bought and sold many cows in his business. He made a will in favour of his 3 sons to share the Cows left over after his death, in the following proportions :-

  1. The First son who is a Farmer in the village, and lived / cared for him, should get 1/2 of the total number of Cows.
  2. The Second son who opted to get a job and lived in the near-by Town, should get 1/3 of the total number of Cows.
  3. The Third son who went abroad for earning, should get 1/9 of the total number of Cows.

 ACHIEVEMENT WITHOUT MANAGEMENT
In 1951, just after the Independence of India (15th August 1947), he died, and after the formal mourning, the sons went to count the number of Cows left at that point of time, and found the total number of Cows to be 17,  which is a prime number and cannot be shared by any of the three proportions in their father's will. Each son felt that the involvement of their father in the freedom struggle of Gandhi was for an Achievement for the nation, without any Management and foresight of the future of the nation. They expressed the following, and started fighting with each other. 

  • They felt that they have an equal share in the father's wealth.

  • Participation in the freedom movement has impregnated the mind of their father with the idea of discrimination of persons.

  • The Swadeshi idea has inducted the people to think that the Nation is their Self property (In Sanskrit Swa = (Swayam) Self. Deshi = Nation). So they have the right make, destroy or do anything with the nation for their self goals and needs.

  • He turned into a lover of the nation than his own family and pedigree.

  • He attempted on the Farming and Textile ventures for the achievement of the national freedom, without any idea of proper Management / Productivity and future vision of his ventures.

  • His will is a proof of his confused mind, skimmed out of the ill formatted Swadeshi and other movements.

When they were puzzled over the Cow sharing problem, an Old man and a friend of their father said that he has 1 Cow, which he bought from their father, a few years before. He suggested that he could add that 1 Cow to the herd of 17 Cows, so that the sharing problem is solved immediately.
But the sons refused this idea, because of the fact that they are expected to share the total cows left over in the farm, and not to share any additional Cows.
However, the Old man insisted that let them add his 1 Cow as a test case and see what happens at the end. Accordingly they added the Cow on a test basis, and the heard became 18.
A) First  son  - 1/2 of 18 =  9 Cows.   B) Second son  - 1/3 of 18  =  6 Cows.
C) Third son  - 1/9 of 18 =  2 Cows.  D) Total  =  17 Cows.
The Old man took his 1 Cow and walked away. That 1 Cow was the Catalyst which participated in the sharing problem of 17 Cows. It was not shared, but played a Mathematical magic !!!  
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MORAL : Any discombobulated movement and venture, whether it is to gain Independence or to Share a personal wealth, will always end in confusion and combat between people. This can be solved only by a Mathematical magic.  Dr.VSRS's concepts of Socio-Economic Development (Swadeshi) is a Geometric (Mathematical) Model with a  Catalytic ingrediant.                       
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BOTTOM DISCLAIMER : If this joke resembles to the Post-independence scene of the people and the elected members in the State/Central Government  in India (after the historic achievement of freedom by Mahathma Gandhi),  on the Centre & State relationship, Language issue,  Reservation based on Religion, Caste, Sex etc.. which are nothing but Apartheid, River water sharing, State border disputes etc...,  I disclaim my intentions and my ability to motivate any body to that level of imagination.                   SHOPPING

GOAT THEME RECIPE - DEVELOPMENT
 GOAT'S MILK PUDDING (Food for Fecundity & Freedom)
  SOURCE :Old Employees of the Gomathy Diary Farm 

The goat (Capra Hircus), along with sheep, were among the earliest domesticated animals. Goat remains have been found at archaeological sites in western Asia, such as Cayonu, Choga, Djeitun, Jericho,  Mami,  indicate the domestication of the goats could be dated  between 6000 and 7000 B.C. However, unlike sheep, their ancestry is fairly clear. The major contributor of modern goats is the Bezoar goat which is distributed from the mountains of Asia Minor across the Middle East to Sind. Unlike sheep, goats easily revert to feral (wild) condition given a chance. In fact, the only domestic species which will return to a wild state as rapidly as a goat is the domestic cat. Goat is a vegetarian, and eats all leaves, including bitter, pungent, thorny, sticky and all weeds not even touched by any other animal. Goats have assisted in the control of a wide range of weed species. These include blackberry,  bracken-fern, broom, gorse, manuka, , matagouri, ragwort, rushes, sedges,  sweet briar, tauhinu, thistles, tutu, and woolly nightshade. Good weed control depends on more than goats simply eating the plant. At times, they will browse to vary their diet with little effect on the weed population. At the other extreme, plants may only be grazed when goats are forced onto them as a sole diet.
Goats do not touch or eat "Adhatoda Zeylanica", a shrub {Arus in Sanskrit  and Aadu Thoda Ilai in Tamil (Aadu = Goat. Thoda = Untouch. Ilai = Leaf), and "Aristolochia Bracteolata", a weed {Kitamari in Sanskrit and Aadu Theendaa Paalai in Tamil (
Aadu = Goat. Thendaa = Untouch. Paalai = Weed}
Goat's milk is very compatible with a healthy diet, and is suitable for persons above 1 year of age. Goat milk is a good source of protein, and provides for the nutritional requirements of a large number of essential amino acids. Moreover it is rich in calcium and a number of vitamins (A, D, B1, B2, B12).  Goat milk contains appreciably less folic acid than cow milk. This must be taken into consideration when goat milk is the only dairy component in the diet. It can then be necessary to supplement the nutritional requirement for folic acid in another manner, like taking cow's milk. Pure goat milk, is not suitable for babies. It contains too much of protein, too many minerals, and too few vitamins to be able to satisfy the nutritional requirements of infants.

 INGREDIENTS  (Cup = Tea Cup. For 4 Servings)
 
Butter - 1 Table Spoon, Goat's Milk -  ½  Cup,
 Nutmeg (
Myristica Fragrans,
Jaadhikkai -Seed, Jathi pathri -Leaf) -
 ¼
Tea Spoon,
 Rice    - ½ Cup,  Salt - ½ Tea Spoon,  
 Seedless Raisin (Dried Grapes) - ½ Cup,
 Sugar  - ½ Cup.

 PREPARATION (The heavy baking is to integrate the Goat's milk
 thoroughly with other ingredients).
 01. Butter the inside of a 2 Litre Baking Dish.
 02. Mix the Goat's milk, Rice, Salt and Sugar in the Buttered Baking Dish.
 03.
Bake in slow oven ( 300 Deg.F ) for one hour. Stir occasionally.
 04. Add Nutmeg and Raisins.
 05. Bake for another 1
¾   hours in the slow oven. ( 300 Deg.F ). BANANA LEAF SERVICE
06. Serve hot in the centre of a Banana Leaf with
      the sharp Tip of the Leaf - To left hand side of
      the Guest as per the picture in the right.
     (Clean the leaf with water before use).   
 07. Eating by the Right palm is preferred.
       However a Table spoon could be used.
NOTE ON BANANA LEAF : Eating on Banana (Musa Paradisiaca) leaf is
economy, convenience, hygiene and tradition. Food served in traditional Banana Leaf had always been delicious, mouth-watering and not to mention an all time favorite for food-lovers. The chlorophyll on the surface of the leaf adds the effect of Magnesium to the body {The biological format of Human Blood and Chlorophyll are exactly the same. The binding element in Chlorophyll is Magnesium (Mg-12), while in Blood it is Iron (Fe-26)}. Magnesium is an essential mineral to the human body. It is needed for bone, protein, and fatty acid formation, making new cells, activating B vitamins, relaxing muscles, clotting blood, and forming adenosine tri-phosphate (a major source of energy for cellular reactions. The secretion and action of insulin, needed to control the sugar on the body also require Magnesium. The surface of the Banana Leaf  adds certain Enzymes, to accelerate the digestion of the food, when comes in contact with the hot food served on the surface. It is Eco friendly too.
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MORAL : Goat is a vegetarian, and eats all leaves, including bitter, pungent, thorny, sticky and all those not even touched by any other animal. It is because of its Tongue Tolerance & intensive digestive capacity of any matter by its intestines. Hence, the Goat's could induct a determination to consume all the difficulties in a fight to achieve the Freedom of the Mind and the Nation. 
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