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Eternal Bhoomi features positive initiatives and stories of activists, philosophers, farmers, teachers, artists and others about living with conciousness of being earth citizens, also great perspectives and articles by renowned writers and thinkers from around the world.

Current Issue: Jan Mar 2016
Do we need ‘Smart’ cities or ‘Regenerative’ cities?

Very often a word, a phrase or an idea can mislead us, or mislead even several generations of human beings. We have many such words that are part of the colonisation of our minds, part of determining our world-view and our world today.

Editorial

Very often a word, a phrase or an idea can mislead us, or mislead even several generations of human beings. We have many such words that are part of the colonisation of our minds, part of determining our world-view and our world today.

‘Bacteria cause diseases’ is one such idea – and we have a world today which gives very little importance to education for immunity building that can save us from diseases of all kinds and also prevent the breeding of many disease-causing bacteria in our bodies.

Selected Articles
A few articles from our current issue are offered below in full, to view other articles please browse this issue.

We are not in the Anthropocene Epoch, but entering into the Ecozoic Era.

What is Holistic Science and its relevance to today’s world?

[Modern] Science from the start wanted to see itself as the new container for the story ofmodernity. And this container could be seen in two ways. Either it could be the short term container of materialism, holding an increasingly fragmented basket of things, or it could be the long term container of wisdom, gleaned from the long path of learning, of breakdown and healing, on which we have come.

Holding our stories

For over two decades now, agriculture has suffered neglect, as successive governments, led by World Bank-prescribed growth models, have issued disproportionate doles to industry.While current allocations do not spell much hope, Devinder Sharma suggests what the Modi government can still do to reverse the trend.