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Acharya Vinoba Bhave Jayanti Vinayak Narahari "Vinoba" Bhave (September 11, 1895 – November 15, 1982) Vinoba Bhave was an Indian advocate of nonviolence and human rights. Often called Acharya (Sanskrit for teacher), he is best known for the Bhoodan Movement. He is considered as a National Teacher of India and the spiritual successor of Mohandas Gandhi. “A country should be defended not by arms, but by ethical behavior.” - Vinoba Bhave [Graphic Design: http://www.goldentwine.com/ind.htm]

KIIT Gurgaon celebrates “Vinoba Bhave” birthday. He is an Indian advocate of non violence and human rights & considered as a National Teacher of India and the spiritual successor of Mohandas Gandhi.

A country should be defended not by arms, but by ethical behavior. - Vinoba Bhave (September 11, 1895 – November 15, 1982) was an Indian advocate of nonviolence and human rights. Often called Acharya (teacher), he is best known for the Bhoodan Movement. He is considered as a National Teacher of India and the spiritual successor of Mohandas Gandhi. [Graphic Design: GoldenTwine Graphic http://www.goldentwine.com/ind.htm]

विनोबा भावे की जीवनी व उपलब्धियां Vinoba Bhave Biography And Achievements In Hindi Language. Vinoba Bhave First Indian to Win Magsaysay Award. Bharat Ratna.

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VINTAGE Gandhi Memorabilia B&W CAMERA PHOTO Vinoba Bhave With Jawahallal Nehru

VINTAGE Gandhi Memorabilia B&W CAMERA PHOTO Vinoba Bhave With Jawahallal Nehru

Acharya Vinoba Bhave was an Indian advocate of nonviolence and human rights. Often called Acharya (Sanskrit for teacher), he is best known for the Bhoodan Movement. He is considered as a National Teacher of India and the spiritual successor of Mohandas Gandhi.

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Gitai Mandir - Gopuri, Wardha. Vinoba Bhave and Badshah Khan planting a Bakul sapling at the time of the Bhoomi Pujan of the Gitai Mandir.

Frank Horvat - The '50s - India // 1953, Bihar, India, Vinoba Bhave, preacher and politician

The Bakul sapling planted by Vinoba Bhave and Badshah Khan at the time of Bhoomi Pujan, grew into a tree