PHILOSOPHY

H3 Education by SHAPE is based on

Madhyasth Darshan (Coexistential Worldview) propounded by A. Nagraj (1920-2016)

TWO DIRECTIONS

 

The outcomes of ‘global crisis’ or ‘global well being’ depend on two different worldviews. The vision
that sees individuals, humanity and nature as
separate results in problems, and the vision
that sees individuals, humanity and
nature as inseparable and
interdependent nurtures and
preserves the well being of all.

BASIC PREPOSITIONS

OF COEXISTENTIAL WORLDVIEW

The entire existence is innately in a state of harmonious coexistence

Matter, plant, animal and human are inseparable

The Earth is one (undivided)

The human race is one

The human purpose is one: harmony within oneself, harmony within humankind, harmony with the environment

A harmonious society is undivided

Human beings have the potential to actualize the inherent harmony in the existence through holistic understanding and harmonious living

Holistic understanding and harmonious living can be ensured through systematic study, education and practices



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THE PROPOUNDER

A. nagraj

The wellbeing of all includes the wellbeing of oneself

January 14, 1920

Tucked away in a small village called Agrahar in Karnataka, India, A. Nagraj was born.

Hard Work and Service

As a child, he had a deep appreciation and respect for his family’s hard work and service they dedicated to the society.

A Search for Answers

His family members were renowned Vedic Scholars. Yet, A. Nagraj had many unanswered questions about his family’s belief system and saw many logical inconsistencies in it. He had an intense desire to find answers.

A Decision

He asked his teachers, elders and well known scholars many questions.  Yet, he didn’t receive any satisfying answers. Instead, they suggested that he would find answers in the state of Samadhi (a meditative state that culminates in the practice of absolute concentration). He decided to pursue this.

Sadhana Period: A Family’s Effort

 In 1950, at the age of 30 he and his family went to Amarkantak (in Madhya Pradesh, India) to pursue this. After twenty years of dedication, In 1970, he attained the state of Samadhi. There were still no answers to his questions.

A Deep Study

In another attempt to persevere and find answers, he began a deep long-term study and research of nature. It was here that he discovered answers to his questions.

Realizing Harmonious Coexistence

 In 1950, at the age of 30 he and his family went to Amarkantak (in Madhya Pradesh, India) to pursue this. After twenty years of dedication, In 1970, he attained the state of Samadhi. There were still no answers to his questions.

THE WORLDVIEW

From this, Madhyasth Darshan – Sah-astitvavaad (the Worldview of Harmonious Coexistence) emerged. This worldview addresses all aspects related to human wellbeing and the wellbeing of everything on the planet. He wrote thirteen books that document the entire worldview and devoted his life to sharing and living it.

Evidence With Family

He continued to live with his wife, children and grandchildren in Amarkantak, India from 1950-2016. He and his family were a great inspiration to many. Their home was always open to those who sought to understand.

Living with Resolution and Prosperity

A.Nagraj was an accomplished Ayurvedic (traditional Indian medicine) practitioner. He supported his family and many other families through agriculture and making medicine (and didn’t take any financial compensation for his knowledge). All the programs and courses that were initiated under his guidance are offered free of charge as a gift to society..
 

March 5,2016

A.Nagraj passed away at his home in Amarkantak surrounded by family and dear friends

A Legacy

Many educational centres and schools based on the Worldview of Harmonious Coexistence have been established. Numerous colleges, universities and educational institutions, including Delhi’s Happiness Curriculum have implemented courses based on it. A. Nagraj’s deep understanding and exemplary living impacted people from all over the world who strive to live by his example.