Dharma and development: the future of survival
Samvad India Foundation, Jan 1, 2005 - Business & Economics - 329 pages
This Book Is Inspired By Two Contrary Trends: The Failure Of The Development Project, On The One Hand And, On The Other, Of The Remarkable Material Improvement Wrought By Spiritual Agencies, Especially In India. The Book Attempts To Answer Why Have Religions Organizations Succeed Where Government And Non-Governmental Bodies Failed.
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