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Yug Pravartak Vivekanand Ep - 83 (Hindi)   
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Though Swamiji was pursuing the most serious of aims in life, nevertheless, he was also full of humor. During his initial days of visit to Sri Ramkrishna, he had made many new friends whom he would call by nicknames such as Harmonium, Ganges and so on. He despised pretence and did not believe in the theory of Avatar. He criticized the feminine behavior of the Bengali writers.

Yug Pravartak Vivekanand Ep - 82 (Hindi)   
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The favorite magazine that he published was “Udbodhan”. Initially, it was very difficult to publish it but with help of his friends, it gradually gained popularity and is still published today. Swamiji had also planned to publish a Tamil magazine called “Prabodh Chadrika” but it was published posthumously. There’s a long list of such magazines which were published by the mission.

Yug Pravartak Vivekanand Ep - 81 (Hindi)   
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Swamiji was fond of writing and during his lifetime he had published many magazines on various topics, some of which are still published. Since his youth, he was inclined towards journalism and wished to publish magazines in other languages than Bangla. He has explained in his letters to his friends his motive behind his publications, that he wanted to raise money for his missions and secondly, to spread the knowledge of Vedanta to the whole world.

Yug Pravartak Vivekanand Ep - 80 (Hindi)   
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Whatever Swamiji had rendered to this world was in abundance. He stressed on building self-confidence in oneself. According to him, he who is not confident was a theist. To have confidence, he believed in having good health and to be healthy, exercise was an imperative. Besides, he tries to generate consciousness regarding women issues through his lectures. For the progress of a nation, he said, the social and economic condition of women should be elevated.

 

Yug Pravartak Vivekanand Ep - 79 (Hindi)   
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From June 20, 1899, Nivedita traveled to Europe and America to collect the funds to establish school and Ashram as she wished. She returned to India in January 1902 and decided to inaugurate the school on the auspicious occasion of Basant Panchami. On June 29, 1902, when Nivedita went to meet Swamiji, he told her that he anticipated death in near future and that he was well prepared to embrace it. And soon after, she had to receive the news of his passing away.

Yug Pravartak Vivekanand Ep - 78 (Hindi)   
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Margaret had come to India to pursue a very noble aim of educating Indian women. She officially became Nivedita, meaning the dedicated one on 25th March, 1897 in a traditional ceremony. Nivedita and her two other European friends used to live in a rented place and Swamiji used to visit them regularly. One day during a boat ride in India, Swamiji told his expectations from Nivedita – he wanted her, first of all, to understand the psyche of Indian women for whom she was to dedicate all her life.

Yug Pravartak Vivekanand Ep - 77 (Hindi)   
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Sister Nivedita fulfilled whatever her name meant and suggested. Her life can be divided in three phases – first since her birth till she met Swamiji, second tells her journey from Margaret to becoming Sister Nivedita and third from her self–enlightenment  and duties as selfless and patient volunteer at mission.

Yug Pravartak Vivekanand Ep-76 (Hindi)   
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Margaret Noble gave up everything – her family, country, culture and religion to become Sister Nivedita, one of the closest disciples of Swamiji. She understood him well. In this episode, we will see him through Sister Nivedita’s eyes.

Yug Pravartak Vivekanand Ep-75 (Hindi)   
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Netaji finds it overwhelming to talk, listen and write about Swamiji. He had always felt indebted towards Swamiji for having providing him courage, determination and perseverance towards his goals. There was one trait common to both – immense love for Mother India

Yug Pravartak Vivekanand Ep-74 (Hindi)   
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Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose was immensely motivated by Swamiji’s teachings. His teachings had always helped Netaji, directly or indirectly. They helped Netaji finding his aim for life. This episode tells us how Netaji was always guided by Swamiji and his teachings.

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>

Radio Azad Hind, 35 Rajeev Gandhi Parisar, Shyamla Hills, Bhopal - 462003
Phone: 9826289379, 755-6557908
Email: swarajbhavan@gmail.com

Frequency : 90.80000305175781
Broadcast hours : 07:00:00 - 12:00:00: Morning and 17:00:00 - 22:00:00 Evening
Established in : 2012-03-25
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