Non-Violence as a basic need for very individual Acharya Mahapragya is a perfect blend of Mahatma Gandhi and Vivekananda. Physically, he resembles Gandhi and to some extent even in thoughts. They are both symbols of Non-Violence and Truth. Vivekanand made his great contribution in re-establishing the Indian tradition and its values. Even Acharya Shri is heading towards a similar direction.
Acharya Mahapragya has advocated meaningful changes in peoples lives and it is his firm conviction that for a non-violent society, a simultaneous regeneration of the people and society are required. International seminars have been organized on Ahimsa training to give non-violence a global perspective. Peace lovers from India and abroad took active part in all these seminars.
An international dialogue on education and training for non-violence was organized by Acharya Mahapragya’s initiative. The Nobel Laureate Dalai Lama, Robin Ludwig and Glen D. Paige were among the few who gave their contributions in this seminar.
A well structured and thoughfully designed curriculum has been proposed by Acharya Shri for the needed education and training on Ahimsa for different segments of people. The basic aspects to be covered are Kayotsarg, Mahaprana Dhwani, Swas Preksha, Sankalp, Anupreksha, Vyasan Mukti (Free from Addiction) Consciousness for Antipollution, Feeling of Fraternity, Consciousness for Physical and Mental Health, solutions for rural problems and their requirements.