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The willingness to live for others have died: Zafar Sareshwala

By PN Team Posted on Aug, 16 2017

One thing is common between the great souls that they not only lived for their families but for others too. Their main motto was to educate the society and spread the feeling of oneness among them and due to these great thinking, they are still alive among the people.


These ideas were kept by Zafar Sareshwala , the chancellor of Maulana Azad National Urdu University, Hyderabad. He was speaking at a conference in the K N Udappa Auditorium, BHU on the topic 

‘From the borderline to mainstream: modern Indian thinkers’. The event was organized by the Indian Institute of Advance Studies, Shimla and Banaras Hindu University.

He said that Chandrashekhar Azad, Bhagat Singh, Subhash Chandra Bose, Maulana Azaad, Mahatma Gandhi and many other leaders belonged to upper economic class of the society but they fought for the rights of the upcoming generation. They sacrificed their lives for the bright future of the next generation. But unfortunately, now a day,  the zeal to live for others have been ended and the spirit to do something for the betterment of the society has been ended. This is the reason why we are not developing. We shall again start to live for others and do something for the upliftment of the weaker sections of the society.

The event was graced by the presence of Professor Sadashiv Kumar Dwivedi; Prof Manjeet Chaturvedi, Dean, Faculty of Social Science; Professor Chandrakala Padiya and others. Among the other speakers were Professor Shankar Sharan, Professor Rakesh Mishra, Professor Sudheer Kumar, Professor A N Tripathi, and Professor Rakesh Upadhyay.

Manikanchan in Social Sciences

Professor Manjeet Chaturvedi announced the creation of Cultural Society Manikanchan in the Faculty of Social Sciences. He said that the construction of this society has been done for the purpose of providing a cultural platform to the students of the faculty. It will organize cultural and co-educational activities for the students. 


Written By: Bhawana Upadhyay

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