Peace Progress Prosperity
About author : ABOUT THE AUTHOR Dr. K. P. Agrawal A-279, Sushant Lok-2 Sector 55, Gurugram, Haryana – 122003 Email: email@example.com Mob: +91 9312393677 Dr. K. P. Agrawal obtained his Bachelor of Veterinary Science and Animal Husbandry (B.V.Sc.&AH) in 1968, Master of Veterinary Science (M.V.Sc.) in 1972, from Veterinary College, Mathura, and Ph.D. from Indian Veterinary Research Institute (I.V.R.I.) Izatnagar in 1980. He had a humble beginning of his research/teaching career as a demonstrator in the Physiology Department at the Veterinary College, Mathura (1968 to 1970). Since then, he had worked in different capacities: as research assistant; senior research assistant; scientist; senior scientist at I.V.R.I. Izatnagar; associate research scientist/ associate professor/ research scientist at the Veterinary College, Gujarat Agricultural University, Gujarat; and scientist-S3/principal scientist/head of the division at the Central Institute for Research on Goats, Makhdoom. He assumed the responsibility of the National Coordinator of the World Bank National Agricultural Technology Project (NATP) on 1st April, 1999 and continued as the National Coordinator of another World Bank-aided project, the National Agricultural Innovation Project (NAIP), and served for 2 years before he retired in July 2007. He has 38 years of service experience, of which 30 years of wide experience in research, teaching, extension, research management, policy planning and institutional building. His significant research contribution is in the area of embryo transfer technology. He has 350 publications to his credit, of which 30 are books, chapters in books, monographs and bulletins. Dr. Agrawal has been the recipient of several awards/honours during his academic and research career. After retirement, Dr. K.P. Agrawal worked as a Senior Consultant in World Bank-Supported Projects, such as the “Water Sector Restructuring Project” in Madhya Pradesh, “Rajasthan Agricultural Competitive Project” i
About book : ABOUT THE BOOK We all wish to live in a society that is peaceful and harmonious. The mantra for peace, progress and prosperity of all is to tune our mind to the wisdom, summed up in the Sanskrit slogan: “Survay bhavantu sukhinaha, Survay santu niramaya”, which means Let all be happy, healthy and prosperous. What measures do we take to cheer us up and make our lives happier? Peace and Prosperity are key elements of quality of life. Peaceful behaviour sometimes results from a “peaceful inner disposition”. Prosperity refers to the state of being prosperous. Love and peace are the solution for all life miseries. There is wide unrest in the world. Human beings are becoming more and more impatient. The aim should be to make our mind free from all kinds of non-peace items. Peace of mind is a distant dream for all of us. What is the reason for this? The reason is that people hanker after ideal peace, that is, pure peace – a peace that is free from all kinds of non-peace items. The very word “peace” has an important value in our lives. It has an in-depth meaning. Inner peace is disappearing from our day to day life. From birth to death, all we need is love. Love and acceptance from our near and dear in-still confidence and assure us of smooth sailing in the journey of life. The different aspects on Peace, Progress, Prosperity (PPP) through Practice (THAL), Protect (NHAL) and Avoid (JHAL) are covered in Chapters 2, 3 and 4 of the book.