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14th All India Goodwill Lecture Series: One who respects time touches new heights in life

FPJ Bureau | Updated on: Thursday, May 30, 2019, 11:33 AM IST

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Ujjain: Youths should thoroughly prepare themselves to tread on the life journey. Time changes each moment. One who respects time touches the new heights in the life. The best use of time could bring drastic changes in life, said the editor of Yugpravah, Yugraj Jain on the second day of Padambhushan Dr Shivmangal Singh Suman memorial 14th All India Goodwill Lecture Series organised at Bharatiya Gyanpeeth, on Friday.

In his eye opening lecture on the topic ‘Youth, I Want to Tell You Something’, Jain talked about the significance of time in one’s life. He said, people should not waste their precious time in theatres and beauty parlours instead they can spare those hours in the company of the parents to learn important values. There should not have any doubt in making decision and stepping forward. Positive thinking always leads to success. They should keep their morale high and to review things before taking certain decision. Great man does not take birth, but they become great by their deeds.

Well-known litterateur Ramyatan Yadav spoke on ‘Contribution of Gandhi in Education’ and said, Gandhi’s role has been an idealist. Gandhi’s philosophy does not reflect clearly in our education after independence. This is the reason that we could not assimilate Gandhi completely. We should perceive him out of the statues and portraits. He has given us a scientific and practical form of the education. He wanted to strengthen the country through literacy.

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Chairman Krishnamangal Singh Kulshreshtha delivered welcome note. Karuna Garge conducted the programme while director Dr Tanuja Kadre proposed the vote of thanks.

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Published on: Saturday, November 05, 2016, 10:34 AM IST