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Small Big Wins started in middle of 2020. The primary objective has to talk to people who are not so famous or known but have done exceptional work. Most of these conversations are with people who have done some real solid social good, while also holding up their selflessness. Their wins in their own words. You be the judge, whether Small or Big. You will find these conversations in the section 1 on 1 with go-getters
As I evolved with the conversations, on one casual evening, my friend, Saurav Banerjee ,asked me what ESG meant to me. This ended up in a some small ESG bits from me which I have always thought as “The Real ESG”. Here are also some interviews with people whose primary work/product itself is interwoven with ESG. The intangible always looks Small, but it is always Big. You will find all this in the section ESG before ESG metrics
Moving on I got a chance to work with the leaders of COLLECTIVES FOR INTEGRATED LIVELIHOOD INITIATIVES (CInI), a Tata Trust associate organisation. As I worked with them, I came to know about the impact they were creating in the tribal belts of India, with small and marginal farmers. They were slowly bringing a sustainable change at the bottom of the, bottom of the pyramid. They allowed me to go to the hinterlands with them and record interactions with farmers and experience the women empowerment. The stupendous work of CInI deserves accolades abound. What a Small Big Win this is! You will find these conversations in the section 1 on 1 with tribal farmers
Coming to my latest conversations with Swami Atmananda Saraswati ji, I would first share in a few words my own journey of searching the higher. This started somewhere in 2012, from reading, listening to Osho, then spending months at Isha Foundation Ashram doing everything in the book there, listening to some globally “famous” masters, I ended up at home. Home meaning our own timeless Indian scriptures – Bhagwad Gita, RamCharit Manas, Upanishads, which reveal that, where only a few blessed revel. I learnt about Adi Shankaracharya and his contribution to Sanatan Dharma. Hearing discourses from different masters, once I came across a discourse on “Atma Bodha” by Swami Atmanada Saraswati. When I tried to google him, I could not find anything. Somehow deep down the searches, I found some co-ordinates to reach him. This resulted in increased interactions and my knowledge seeking got a definite direction. If at all, these conversations would be valuable and known, it would be for Swami Atmananda Saraswati.
It is my great fortune to bring “Who is My Charioteer” to the audiences. For someone Small like me this is a Big win! The Part 1 of this series is titled “Fundamental Understanding about Life”. You will find these conversations in the section Who is my charioteer?
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