Example dr shriniwas kashalikar

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EXAMPLE OF SATSANKALP, SADVASANA, SADBHAVANA, SADVICHAR AND SATPRERANA (ASPIRATIONS, PASSIONS, FEELINGS, THOUGHTS/POLICIES, AND PERSPECTIVE/MOTIVATION) OF AND FROM; TRUTH; THROUGH NAMASMARAN (JAAP, JAP, JIKRA, SUMIRAN, SIMARAN etc; i.e. remembering God):

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Example dr shriniwas kashalikar

  1. 1. EXAMPLE DR. SHRINIWAS KASHALIKAR EXAMPLE OF SATSANKALP, SADVASANA, SADBHAVANA, SADVICHAR AND SATPRERANA (ASPIRATIONS, PASSIONS, FEELINGS, THOUGHTS/POLICIES, AND PERSPECTIVE/MOTIVATION) OF AND FROM; TRUTH; THROUGH NAMASMARAN (JAAP, JAP, JIKRA, SUMIRAN, SIMARAN etc; i.e. remembering God): The policy of excessive production and marketing (and passively buying and using) of cars and two wheelers (for the affluent few) and suppression of the production buses, trams, trains and other modes of public/mass transport; can be reversed by policy makers, whose mind has undergone purification through NAMASMARAN; and suffering of billions in many ways given below; can be prevented and/or shunned. 1. Excessive increase in number of vehicles on roads that leads to congestion and load on traffic police 2. Increase in fuel consumption, chemical pollution and import expenses; leading to increase of fuel prices and subsequent increase in the food prices and unbearable load on the farmers living
  2. 2. in villages, where electricity is barely available for few hours. Thus the farmer community which is the heart of society becomes sick and moribund! This alarms real danger! 3. Increase in wear and tear of roads increases. Consequently there is increase in accidents due bad condition of roads as well as increase in the maintenance expenses and disturbance and delay to smooth traffic 4. Increase in noise pollution results due to; blowing of horns; which is especially troublesome; to hospitals, schools, and other places; where silence is essential. 5. Increase in traffic jams adding to further increase in fuel consumption and wastage of time, disastrously affecting the performance and/or productivity of the people of different occupations. 6. Increase in the number of vehicular accidents is largely contributed by simply the huge and increasing number of vehicles on road apart from other factors 7. Increase in vehicular exhaust causing global warming 8. Excess of load; on local trains and other means of public transport [where ever available] and consequent accidents, quarrels and mishaps 9. Overall increase in tardiness in the traffic and increase in anxiety and tension, further increasing
  3. 3. the quarrels, traffic crimes the number and severity of accidents and difficulty in providing medical aid (and disaster management) and other emergency services; due to difficulty in movement of ambulances and fire fighters. 10. The eco-friendly bicycles production and sale suffers due to “imposing and threatening” presence of cars, motorcycles, rickshaws, scooters etc. 11. Excessive production of vehicles; is associated with; unproductive and wasteful work; such as insurance, registration and traffic policing! 12. Increase (due to difficulty in enforcing law and order) riots, thefts etc due to slowing of police movement 13. Excessive production of un-degradable solid waste 14. The need and construction of excessively wide and cement or asphalt roads at the cost of irreplaceable trees (extremely important for avoiding global warming, pollution, rain and organic manure) and open earth surface (extremely important and vital for absorbing and holding rain water) and unnecessary disruption of the natural habitat of the animals.

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