On February 20, 2012, neohumanist activist, scholar, author and dear sister Gayattrii Garda Ghista passed away.
A woman of exceptional righteous passion and conceptual clarity, Ghista was a prolific writer who published numerous academic and revolutionary articles, as well as books on PROUT founder P.R. Sarkar, wife abuse, and The Gujarat Genocide available at Amazon.com. She began contributing to PROUT World (the predecessor to PROUT Globe) in the early 2000s at the time when she had decided to pursue higher academic studies.
Loved by many, who came to know her at conferences, on Internet fora, etc., for her universal generosity and ardent love for every manifestation of God’s creation, and perhaps unavoidably less admired by those who came to stand in the way of her characteristic straightforwardness, Gayattrii Garda Ghista was unparalleled in her all-out commitment to the manifestation of the ideals of PROUT.
The following contributions by Gayattrii Garda Ghista are published on PROUT Globe at present:
Economic Democracy: The Foundation of a Neo-Humanistic Family
Marginalized Communities of West Bengal: Their Lives, Their Exploitation, Their Future
Ruthless Economic Austerity Measures: Crushing Exploitation of the European People – But For How Long?
The Fall of the American Empire And the Rise of a New Economy
Ecological Economics: Seeking a Sustainable Society
Economic Peace: From Corporatism to a Cooperative Commonwealth
From Humanism to Neohumanism
Theodemocracy – the Emerging Global Paradigm
How Long Casteism?
The Dignity of Women: A Spiritual Approach
The Oldest Form of Slavery
Women at the Mercy of Globalization
From PROUT World archives (web.archive.org):
Failed Constitution, Failed State
Economics of War
Pre-Emptive Invasion and International Law
Rights of Prisoners and International Law
Katrina and American Education
Muckrakers and Freedom of the Press in the 20th Century and Beyond
The Furies of Fallujah
Economic Consequences of Iraq Occupation
ASI and the Globalization of Slavery
Date Rape Drugs
Our Sister Amina
The Status of Women in World Religion
GM Foods – How Little We Know
Weeping For Water
Water Democracy Means Economic Democracy: Libya’s Great Man-Made River, the Eighth Wonder of the World
You Hide – O Gift of the Nile
Imminent Consequences of Global Climate Change
Whither Human Population?
Biodiversity – Underprotected or Overprotected?
Ladybug (for Garda Ghista 1944-2012), by Gary Corseri