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There is a Need For Spiritual City in India- Sandeep Marwah

August 4, 2020

        IECSME- Conference on Need of Spiritual City In India

 

New Delhi: “We have space, we have courage, we have enthusiasm and India is, as it is, called the spiritual capital of the World, I think there has to be a spiritual city in this country,” said Dr. Sandeep Marwah President ICMEI & Marwah Studios speaking at the International conference on Spiritual Dimension of Sustainable Development and Marketing the Unmarketed India for Vishwa Guru Bharat organized by IECSME-Indo European Chamber of Small & Medium Enterprises.

“My visit to Vatican city gave me enough confidence when a spiritual city has been actually carved as a separate country. This action is not only going to bring a sense of oneness within Indian and people of the World but will also turn out to be the biggest source of tourism and rich economy,” added Dr. Sandeep Marwah also President of World Peace Development And Research Foundation.

The event was on the occasion of 2nd Foundation Day of Dr. Kamal Taori International Institute of Panchayati Raj and Holistic Rural Development and as a part of Yog Vidya Jagriti Abhiyan- International Holistic Health Movement initiated from NEC Ministry of DoNER Government of India.

Vijay Tiwari President IECSME, Dr. Kamal TAORI former Secretary Government of India, H.H. Mahamandleshwar Gayatri Devi President The World Community of IC & TD, Kunwar Vikram Singh Chairman CAPSI, Dr. Vallabh Kathiria Chairman Rashtriya Kamdhenu Aaayog Government of India, Pradeep Gandhi former Member Parliament, Ram Mahesh Mishra Director Vishwa Jagriti Mission, Rajendra Verma Advocate Supreme Court, Dr. Rameshwaranand Sant Parmukh RSS, Arun Khanna of Patiala Royal Family and Laxmi Thakur Secretary General IECSME spoke on the subject.

Art is The Base of Spirituality- Sandeep Marwah

August 2, 2020

     Artists Are Best Messenger of Spirituality- Sandeep Marwah

New Delhi: Any artist can reach to the new heights when he has a passion for his art. When you are deeply involved with art be it a painting, sculpture, drama, dance, writing, music, cinema or anything else it is like a meditation- TAPSYA and the base of spirituality is meditation therefore art leads to spirituality,” said Dr. Sandeep Marwah Chancellor of AAFT and  President of World Peace Development And Research Foundation at an event organized by Brahma Kumari to project Art and Spirituality. 

Brahma Kumari is the only spiritual organization which has been giving enough importance to art and artists as they know that artists are close to god and spirituality and can be better messenger of good work into the society. Art is not a mirror held up to reality, but a hammer with which to shape it. The love for art makes you a better human being,” added Dr. Sandeep Marwah also Patron to Brahma Kumari organization. 

Dadi Ratan Mohini Addl. Chief of Brahma Kumari, B.K.Kusum Vice Chairperson of Art & Culture Wing, B.K. Dayal National Coordinator of Art and Culture, B.K. Geeta Head Quarter Coordinator Business and Industry Wing, Kavita Jain Former MLA Sonipat and Cabinet Minister Haryan Government, Kishore Bhanushali Film actor and stand up Comedian, Anita Raj Hingorani Film actor, Anwesha Dutta playback singer, B.K.Nitin singer art & culture Wing and  B.K.Satish Coordinator art & Culture wing head quarter also participated in the conference.

Dream Big For Stronger India- Sandeep Marwah

July 19, 2020

    Sandeep Marwah Honored With Global Peace Ambassador

 

New Delhi: “It is essential for all of you to dream big. When you think big then only you can do bigger jobs to convert India into powerful and self-reliant country. Every dream must be backed & supported by willingness and ability. Passion comes from within and ability from confidence which in return needs knowledge gained by proper education and training. You must put your best in education and extra co-circular activities right now,” said Dr. Sandeep Marwah Chancellor of AAFT University and Chief Scout For India at a gathering of young students at Hiralal Mazumdar Memorial College for Women at Kolkata.

“Always remember the mantra of Mahatma Gandhi that Ambition is the beginning which needs better attitude where you have to believe in yourself with commitment to your work with better communication skills. Prove yourself a dedicated worker with lots of enthusiasm to learn with focus mind having goals on your table,” added Dr. Marwah also Chair for Mahatma Gandhi Forum & World Peace Development And Research Foundation.

The international webinar on Mahatma Gandhi’s Philosophy on Education and Peace Building was organized by Mahatma Gandhi Global Peace Forum in collaboration with Hiralal Mazumdar Memorial College For Women.

Vipin Gaur of Newspapers Association of India, Prodip Adhikari State President of MGGPF, Principal Dr. Soma Ghosh also spoke on the occasion. Dr. Marwah was nominated Global Peace Ambassador by the forum.

 

World Population Day Observed at WPDRF

July 12, 2020

  World Population Day Celebrated by ICMEI At Marwah Studios

 

New Delhi: It took hundreds of thousands of years for the world population to grow to 1 billion – then in just another 200 years or so, it grew seven fold. In 2011, the global population reached the 7 billion mark, and today, it stands at about 7.7 billion, and it’s expected to grow to around 8.5 billion in 2030, 9.7 billion in 2050, and 10.9 billion in 2100.

“ This massive growth has been driven largely by increasing numbers of people surviving to reproductive age, and has been accompanied by major changes in fertility rates, increasing urbanization and accelerating migration. These trends will affect the future of human race,” said Sandeep Marwah President of World Peace Development And Research Foundation while talking to the large audience at a webinar conducted to observe World Population Day.

 early 1970s, women had on average  4.5 children each; by 2015, total fertility for the world had fallen to below 2.5 children per woman. Meanwhile, average global lifespans  have risen, from 64.6 years in the early 1990s to  72.6 years in 2019.

In addition, the world is seeing high levels of urbanization  and accelerating migration. 2007 was the first year in which more people lived in urban areas than in rural areas , and by 2050 about 66 per cent of the world population will be living in cities.

These megatrends have far-reaching implications. They affect economic development, employment, income distribution, poverty and social protections. They also affect efforts to ensure universal access to health care, education, housing, sanitation, water, food and energy. To more sustainably address the needs of individuals, policymakers must understand how many people are living on the planet, where they are, how old they are, and how many people will come after them

The event was supported by ICMEI- International Chamber of Media And Entertainment Industry, AAFT University of Media And Arts, IFUNA- Indian Federation of United Nations Associations and IFTRC- International Film And Television Research Centre.

WPDRF Celebrated National Doctor’s Day

July 4, 2020

 

AAFT Extended Gratitude to Doctors on National Doctor’s Day

New Delhi: WPDRF- World Peace Development And Research Foundation in association with ICMEI-  International Chamber of Media And Entertainment Industry and AAFT- Asian Academy of Film And Television celebrated Ist July as National Doctor’s Day which is dedicated to the honest work of people with noble profession-being The Medical Doctor.

“Doctor’s Day in India was established by the Government of India in 1991 to value doctors and their role in the country’s development. National Doctors day in India is a big awareness campaign offering great opportunities to all to get aware of the roles, importance, and responsibilities of the doctors as well as promote medical professionals to come closer and follow the responsibilities of their profession in a very dedicated manner,” said Dr. Sandeep Marwah President of AAFT and WPDRF in a webinar specially organized to observe the Doctors Day.

“This day has special significance this year. Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, doctors and physicians all around the world have been recognized for their selfless service and acts. Working continuous shifts and putting their own health in danger, this day gives a perfect opportunity to salute their work,” added Dr. Marwah thanking doctors for their sincere contribution.

International Yoga Day Celebrated at AAFT University

June 24, 2020

 Chancellor Sandeep Marwah Spoke About International Yoga Day

New Delhi: While the social distancing measures adopted by countries to fight the COVID-19 pandemic have shut down yoga studios and other communal spaces, yoga practitioners have turned to home practice and online yoga resources.

“Yoga is a powerful tool to deal with the stress of uncertainty and isolation, as well as to maintain physical well-being. Many yoga gurus offer yoga resources to its personnel and others on the portal’s on Wellness. The World Health Organization mentions yoga as a means to improve health in its Global action plan,” said Dr. Sandeep Marwah Chancellor AAFT University of Media And Arts in a program to celebrate International Yoga Day.

“With schools closed and summer break activities cancelled, parents may find it challenging to keep their children physically active. Yoga can help. It is proved that kids can practice many yoga poses without any risk and get the same benefits that adults do. These benefits include increased flexibility and fitness, mindfulness and relaxation,” added Dr. Sandeep Marwah also Patron to IFUNA- Indian Federation of United Nation Associations

Yoga is an ancient physical, mental and spiritual practice that originated in India. The word ‘yoga’ derives from Sanskrit and means to join or to unite, symbolizing the union of body and consciousness. Today it is practiced in various forms around the world and continues to grow in popularity.

Yoga cultivates the ways of maintaining a balanced attitude in day-to-day life and endows skill in the performance of one’s actions. WPDRF- World Peace Development And Research Foundation supported the event.

ICMEI Invited Big Wigs of Bollywood to speak on Mental Stress

June 23, 2020

       ICMEI Webinar on Creative People And Mental Stress

 

New Delhi: International Chamber of Media And Entertainment Industry in association with Asian Academy of Film And Television conducted a powerful webinar on ‘Creative People And Mental Stress’ and invited wigwigs of Indian Film Industry to talk on the subject.

“How creative we may be but do not forget that we all have heart and mind to think and feel the emotions. Where there is emotion stress is going to be the byproduct of the same. Stress is bound to be there. The art is in managing and controlling the stress,” initiated Dr. Sandeep Marwah President of Asian Academy of Film And Television.

“Higher the stake bigger the stress, If you are not even working still there is a stress. If you have achieved something then there is a new stress of achieving more. The fact is you have to learn the ways and means to tackle your irritations, anger, anxiety parallel to every project you lift in creative industry,” said Uday Shankar Pani renowned film director famous for Gandhi, Shalimar and TV Serials like Rajani, Indradhanush, Dekh Bhai Dekh etc.

“We are human beings and bound to get stressed for small or big things. Film and Television business is full of tensions and botherations. Time factor also plays a very key role. The pleasure of end product is so powerful that even though you know there is a stress, you jump into the same pool again and again,” said Ketan Mehta renowned film director and known for his films Manji, Mangal Pandey, Maya Memsahab, Mirch Masala, etc.

“If you try to bring in change in your day to day affairs it reduces your stress. Meditation is the best way to gain strength to face stress. A good stress sometimes is good as it gives you motivation and energy to work hard and reach your goals,” added K.Hariharan popular Film educator and director.

Living Style, your demands, your company, your routine, your exercise all together measure your stress level. It is an inbuilt component of human mind. You have to practice of not getting into the stage where stress could harm your mind and body,” expressed Dr. Nabhit Kapur well known psychologist and founder of Peace of Mind Foundation.

Many other people participated in the conversation and webinar gave some wonderful conclusions to the audience. Secretary General of ICMEI Ashok Tyagi paid vote of thanks. WPDRF- World Peace And Research Foundation Supported the event.

Sandeep Marwah Designated Chartered Global Peace Building Professional

June 22, 2020

      Sandeep Marwah Recognized by American University

 

Washington: Well known international media personality Dr. Sandeep Marwah President of Marwah Studios has been designated as The Chartered Global Peace Building Professional by The George Washington University of Peace USA for his non stop contribution to Peace and Peace Research.

The certificate was presented to Dr. Sandeep Marwah by Prof. Dr. S. L. Riyas Sulaimalebbe the Vice Chancellor of the University in the recognition of significant contributions in meeting the international demand for Peace Research, Developing a growing number of Professionals and Peace Researchers, expertise and ultimately contributing to the protection of the international code of practice under UNSDG 2030 Agenda.

Prof. Dr. Nigel Anthony Browne, The Chancellor of The George Washington University of Peace USA congratulated Dr. Marwah on this achievement. Dr. Marwah extended his gratitude to the Chancellor, Vice Chancellor and all the respected officers of the university in USA.

Chief Scout For India Sandeep Marwah Chaired Scouts Conclave

June 10, 2020

Chief Scout For India Sandeep Marwah Chaired Scouts Conclave

 

New Delhi: The Scouts Guides Organization under the leadership of Chief Scout For India Dr. Sandeep Marwah organized a powerful National conclave to boost the activities of the organization.

“The goal of Scouting is to contribute to the development of young people in achieving their full physical, intellectual, social and spiritual potentials as individuals, as responsible citizens and as members of their local, national and international communities,” said Dr. Sandeep Marwah Chief Scout For India while addressing the conference.

“The Scouts /Guides Organization  (SGO) is a non political, non sectarian and secular organization. The purpose of this organization is to devote its volunteers to character building of Youth in India and abroad and promoting in them the feeling of selfless service to their country and humanity,” added Dr. Raj K.P. Sinha National Commissioner of Scouts Guide Organization.

“It is the high time we should revive the whole setup of Scouts and Guides under the advisor ship of Dr. Sandeep Marwah. We must motivate fifty lakh students to support in every Governmental issue. The active participation can mold many more students to join this oldest voluntary body,” expressed Dr. Kunwar Shekhar Vijendra Chancellor of Shobit University as a special guest.

Dr. Vipin Gaur Commissioner for North India coordinated the program. Vikas Sharma All India Advisor and large number of scouts and guides from all over India participated in the webinar.

Sandeep Marwah Chair Hindi Journalism Day on 30th May

May 31, 2020

       Sandeep Marwah Chaired Hindi Patrakarita Diwas Event

 

New Delhi: The Hindi Journalism Day (Hindi Patrakarita Diwas ) is celebrated every year on May 30 in India to mark the beginning to journalism in Hindi language. This time Dr. Sandeep Marwah President of International Journalism Centre Chair the event designed by RJS Media on web.

“On this date, in 1826, the first Hindi-language newspaper of India “Udant Martand” was published from Calcutta by Pt. Jugal Kishore Shukla. Though, due to financial problems, the newspaper couldn’t publish for long. In 2016, the Hindi Journalism has completed its 190 years in India,” informed U.K. Manna senior journalist Secretary of the organization.

“All praise goes to all those journalists who all are putting their best from print, radio and television departments, in this dangerous time of Corona Virus and informing the country with best of the information possible. They deserve a lot of appreciation and we all must extend our best wishes for their good health,” said Dr. Sandeep Marwah

The country is going though the pain and agony because of Covid 19, I am sure a new guide to humanity will soon transpired out of this distress situation the way Geeta was generated after Mahabharat,” added Dr. Marwah also Chancellor of AAFT University of Media An Arts.

The political, social and economical condition of the country is not upto the mark. The subsidies granted by Government does not include any help and support to media persons and small newspapers. Our sufferings are larger than any other medium and industry,” expressed senior journalist Arvind Kumar Singh from Rajya Sabha Television.

“We have to be confident of our caliber. Our experience will support us and I am sure every thing will revive back after a year or so. We have to bear the pain for one more year,” said Onkeshwar Pandey a well-known Senior Journalist from New Delhi.

Dr. Sunil Mittal renowned psychologist very explained the current situation and its effect on mind and body. He requested all the journalist to have patience and take care health and try to keep themselves busy with creative and constructive work.

Aditi Tondon and many others also expressed their views during the session. RJS announced Achievement Award for the main speakers of the Webinar. The journalists from all over India attended the event.