Anil K. Rajvanshi

Anil K. Rajvanshi

About Anil K. Rajvanshi

The author is  Director, Nimbkar Agricultural Research Institute (NARI), Phaltan, Maharashtra

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In stay-at-home time, a low-cost air-conditioning system that needs no electricity

In these times of the COVID-19 pandemic when the air pollution and temperatures in the cities are increasing and more and more people and families are forced to stay inside their homes during the lockdown, they need to have a comfortable stay, especially in hot summer months

Failure of leadership in India

There is hardly any mechanism of self-correction or mid-course correction since the people who can give alternative advice have been filtered out from the decision-making process

H N Bahuguna: A man who could be prime minister

He would have become the prime minister of India had he not changed parties too often, writes Anil K. Rajvanshi for South Asia Monitor

Purpose of life is helping others

Our real purpose in life is to first make our minds powerful and strong and then to give back the knowledge gained to others, writes Anil K. Rajvanshi for South Asia Monitor 

Touched by light – a conjecture on how gravity and human thought maybe related

In late 1977, I was walking through a thick pine-grove in Gainesville, Florida, the USA when suddenly a thought came out of the blue that gravity and human thought may be related

Remembering Albert Einstein: He changed the course of human history

March 14 is the birth anniversary of Albert Einstein. He has been one of my heroes and I have been inspired by his work and his life. So I thought of paying him a small tribute

Are our bureaucrats lacking in the human touch?

The constitutional institutions and bodies in India are being destroyed one by one. This process is far more dangerous and insidious than at the time of former prime minister Indira Gandhi’s emergency

How as seniors we coped with COVID-19: A personal reflection

For all those people who are in the age group of 65-70 and above, COVID has been quite bad

Gandhi’s 73rd death anniversary: Remembering the apostle of peace in today's context

Gandhiji had a presence. That is a mark of a great soul and a very much evolved spiritual being. To Gandhiji spirituality came first; other things like politics, public life, etc. were by-products of his spirituality, writes Anil K Rajvanshi for South Asia Monitor

Lessons to be learned from 2020 COVID crisis

The year 2020 gone by has been one of the most horrible years in our living memory

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