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Yug Pravartak Vivekanand Ep - 103 (Hindi)   
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Swami Vivekanand had a distinctive philosophical personality but he never alienated himself from the social, national and cultural concerns. In this episode, we will see Swami Vivekanand from the eyes of his guru, Ramkrishna Paramhansa and other eminent personalities. Though everybody had his or her perception of understanding Vivekanand, we cannot deny the fact that he is nonetheless one of the greatest souls on this earth. 

Yug Pravartak Vivekanand Ep - 102 (Hindi)   
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Swami Vivekanand used to narrate the story of civilization in a very fascinating manner to his disciples. How a society settled, developed and flourished. He understood well differences between the Indian and European civilizations. He had a good knowledge of Aryan history and would often tell it to his disciples.

Yug Pravartak Vivekanand Ep - 101 (Hindi)   
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In 1901, Swami Vivekanand returned sick from Shillong. Everybody was worried about his health. He, for long, had wished to establish a hermit for women because he contemplated a lot over the exacerbating condition of women in Indian society. So, along the banks of the Holy Ganges, he anticipated to fulfill his wish. Though he always considered women as equal as their male counterparts, this idea was rather new to the Indian society.

Yug Pravartak Vivekanand Ep - 100 (Hindi)   
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In this episode, we will return back to Belur Math and listen to the discussions which took place between Swami Vivekanand and his disciples. All these discussions show his affection towards his disciples and how well Swamiji dealt with all sort of questions? Surendranath Dasgupta who wrote reminiscences of Swami Vivekanand in his diary recalls some of the important events.

Yug Pravartak Vivekanand Ep - 99 (Hindi)   
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“Religion of Love” is the compilation of lectures of Swami Vivekanand. This episode is based on some of those lectures. We cannot underestimate the importance of books in religions as they represent the presence of god. Likewise, idol worship also represents the prewsence of god, personified in the human form so as to facilitate its perception and conception to the human minds.

Yug Pravartak Vivekanand Ep - 98 (Hindi)   
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Swami Vivekanand said that Rajyog is the means to awaken the infinite knowledge and power inside a human being. It aims only at one thing, that is to direct the subconscious of a man towards Samadhi. He would often tell stories related to different aspects to his disciples such as Gita, Quran, Bible, etc.

Yug Pravartak Vivekanand Ep - 97 (Hindi)   
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Swami Vivekanand was exposed to greater crowds, that too from different cultures. He instigated that a man should be the master of his tasks, not a slave. Karma is related to love and the result of that karma is always based on love. Swamiji explained Karma and defined duty or kartavya. Every karma should be a self-less act. This world is based on karma, so our karma, as the world.

Yug Pravartak Vivekanand Ep - 96 (Hindi)   
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“Karmayog” a book written by Swami Vivekanand is very important in relation to a mortal being’s life. Anyone could take a big decision or perform a big task in an impulse but the greatness could be analysed only in normal situations. Determination is the key to Karma and Karma is the key to fulfillment. But eventually it is our karma which decides our destiny.

Yug Pravartak Vivekanand Ep - 95 (Hindi)   
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Swami Vivekanand’s American disciple Waldo had recorded some of his lectures on Gyan Yoga. Swami Vivekanand stressed on removing self-ego. He said that knowledge is omnipresent, present in everything. He believed that all religions are same. But the arguments related to the superiority of anyone religion is only because of its mundane aspects. He professed idol worship as everyone could not pursue and perceive the intangible form of God.

Yug Pravartak Vivekanand Ep - 94 (Hindi)   
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Swami Vivekanand was very fond of having discussions with his disciples. Some of those conversations were also recorded. His disciples would ask him a question related to any field but he would always reply them with serenity. Swami Shuddhanand, one of his disciples, used to maintain a diary of daily happenings at the ashram as Swami Vivekanand had asked him to do so.

Radio Azad Hind

<p>The basic and primary focus of Radio Azad Hind is to provide listeners information on principles, lives and sacrifices of our freedom fighters during India&rsquo;s freedom struggle.</p>

<p>The station&rsquo;s inspiration was the first ever broadcast during India's freedom struggle movement made by Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose from Azad Hind Radio on 25thMarch, 1942 from Berlin, Germany. The radio station is dedicated to freedom fighters.</p>

Tansmission 1st - Vande Matram, Mangal Dhwani, Program Highlights, Jeevan Saurabh, Akshay Nidhi, Bhakti Sangeet, Badhte Kadam, Suneheri Yaadein, Azad Hind, Parikrama, Vatan Ka Raag, Hindustan Hamara, Gaane Tarane, Azadi A Quiz Show, Aadi Vidrohi.

Tansmission 2nd - Program Highlights, Akshay Nidhi, Bhakti Sangeet, Badhte Kadam, Suneheri Yaadein, Azad Hind, Parikrama, Vatan Ka Raag, Hindustan Hamara, Gaane Tarane, Azadi A Quiz Show, Aadi Vidrohi.

 

<p>Signature Programme: Vatan Ka Raag, Hindustan Hamara, Yug Pravartak Vivekanad, Sunehri Yaadein, Azadi. Community Participation: Programmes are produced after deep discussion among writers, producers and presenters. Community participation is through letters and oral information which is included in programming.</p>

<p>Funding and Partnerships: At the time of inception,a fund was provided by Swaraj Sansthan Sachalany and the Dharampal Shodhpeeth, Bhopal for infrastructure, procurement and management. Fund for running the Community Radio Station are provided by the Swaraj Sansthan Sanchalanay, the Dharampal Shodhpeeth and the Vikramaditya Shodhpeeth. One of thepurposes of the Radio is to record all songs popular during freedom movement and the collection of biographical details of known and unknown freedom fighters and present these through educational and cultural programming.</p>

<p>Will be updated soon.</p>

<p><strong>Core Team:</strong><br />Shriram Tiwari , Sanjay Yadav, E S Guha, Jawahar Shah, Kanchan Rajani, Pramila Devakar, Ranu Sharma, Amit Kundani, Anju Kumar, Ankita, Pramod Sharma and Farnaz Hassan.</p> <p><strong>CRMC Members:</strong><br />Committee consists of writers, freedom fighters, media persons, educationist are included in the panel.</p>

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