International Cooperative Day—11 July, 2020
On Saturday 11 July, Dr. Deepak Prakash Baskota spoke to 100 Leaders of Nepal’s Cooperative Movement and representatives of Nepal’s Government. The purpose of the meeting was to celebrate “International Cooperative Day” as organized by Nepal’s Cooperative Federation which has over 7 million share-holder members forming 35,000 Cooperative Societies. The aim of this celebration was to increase awareness of cooperatives. Deepak was one of eight prestigious speakers. His presentation highlighted the Vedic Principles which govern society and human existence. In addition, he introduced to the audience the Dr. John Hagelin’s seminal book, Manual for a Perfect Government. In this book, Dr. Hagelin shows how, through educational programs that develop human consciousness, and through policies and programs that effectively harness the laws of nature, it is possible to solve and to prevent acute social problems, and to profoundly enhance governmental achievements. John Hagelin Ph.D., is a world-renowned quantum physicist, educator, public policy expert, and leading proponent of peace.

See: https://istpp.org/manual.html and https://www.hagelin.org


Deepak Baskota in Nepal Media
On Friday, 10 July, 2020, Nepal Television aired Part 2 of a 2-Part series featuring the Nepal Maharishi Vedic Foundation (NMVF). The show can be viewed at: https://youtu.be/7o1vNHD_5Dg.
Dr. Deepak Baskota, NMVF Chairman, presented NMVF’s extensive projects including the May, 2019, Vedic Science & Modern Science Conference (https://www.vedicnepalconference.org). The Conference featured talks by prominent leaders: Nepal President Bhandari; the Global Country of World Peace’s International Director Dr. Tony Nadar, MD, PhD; former Japan Prime Minister, Dr. Hatoyama; MIU President, Dr. John Hagelin; and many more dignitaries and luminaries.
In addition, Deepak was interviewed by Nepal’s National Prime Television where he was asked about his role in the International Cooperative Alliance (ICA) which was founded in Nepal 65 years ago. Deepak worked for 20 years, since 1990, to expand and revitalize ICA—bringing international recognition to Nepal’s Cooperative Movement.

We are happy to share this news with you—we will email again in August.
Until then our best regards and wishing you success, good health, and happiness!

-Deepak Baskota, Raja Kingsley and Leslie Brooks

Nepal Maharishi Vedic Foundation
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