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Welfare April 1927


Naturally what the professor sees when in the class is not the different mentalities of the different individuals but rather the masses of heads ; all he knows there are the sections and the roll numbers. [...] Disease is the outcome of defiance of the laws of Nature and it is for this defiatice of Nature that the Almighty visits us in the form of disease. [...] Let us therefore correctly understand and interjret these laws ; they are hard laws— the laws of the bunter and the warrior and not the laws the soft laws of the Moghul harems or the Rolls Royce. [...] At the same time the useless expenditure of energy in the higher reaches of the alimentary tract—the digestive—required for the necessary disposal of extra victuals inevitably leads to a correpond/ng lack of energy in the lower—the excretory—reaches with the result that the normal activities of the latter are sadly impaired.' This lack of energy in the lower reaches causes retention of *flete [...] The object of a fast is to enable the energies to turn out the dust-heaps of stored up 91uperf1uous and harmful food material which are clogging what may be called the "wheels of being." Fasting is a physiological harless and above all inexpensive method of keeping in good health.
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i-vi Ashoke Chatterjee view
The Difficult Task-of Making a Community
201-203 Ashoke Chatterjee view
Spring Game at Michigan University
204-206 Madhusudhan Majumdar view
206-207 Russell Coryell view
Making “Don’ts” Effective
207-208 John Douglas view
The Mental Health of the College Stadent
209-210 Amal Siddhanta view
Consumption in India
211-219 Y.G. Shrikhande view
The Case for an Andhra Province in the Light of Discussion in the Council of State
219-221 C.V.H. Rao view
A Scheme of Education for the Rural Masses
222-226 N.G. Ranga view
Fitting of Motor Valves
226-227 S.R.M. Naidu view
Importance of Religious Education
227-228 Vidya Kohli view
Sewage Disposal and Baeterigl Infection
228-231 A.P. Som view
Exercise and Blood-Sugar
231-232 C.D. Patelsnatak view
The Welfare of the Indian Dyers
233-236 S.V. Lyer view
Khadi Work in Arambagh (Dt. Hooghly)
236-236 unknown view
The Problem of Female Education
237-239 Durgadas Munshi view
‛Character and the Formation” of Habits
239-240 H.A. Bhatia view
The Future of our Agricultural Industry
241-250 B. Araw view
The Training of Teachers
250-255 Rani Ghosh view
Some Teachers I Know
255-258 R. Aiyer view
Do You Know ?
258-261 unknown view
Greater India News
262-264 unknown view
Our Point of View
264-264 unknown view
i-ii unknown view

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