ABOUT THE ORIGINATOR

Dr. R. L. Bhatia, Chief Editor & Founder, World CSR Day

He is passionate about writing. In the past he has written for Economic Times Crème De La Crème & Times of India's Ascent. He has been featured in almost all the business magazines and newspapers of prestige and significance i.e. Business India, Business World, Business Today, The Indian Express, The Hindu Business Line, Dainik Bhaskar, DNA, MidDay, Hindustan Times and Financial Express.

Dr. Bhatia's experience with Tata Group especially with Tata International Ltd. and Tata HRD Network, Standard Chartered Bank and Ernst & Young in senior positions won him recognition amongst CEO's, HR Heads and Marketing Professionals. After leaving as Director with Ernst & Young, he set up Centre for Change Management (now called Fun and Joy at Work). Read More....

Dr. R. L. Bhatia with Neerja Birla, Founder & Chairperson of Mpower at World Mental Health Congress, Taj Lands End, Mumbai (15th February, 2019)
Dr. R. L. Bhatia with Prakash Javdekar, Ministry of Human Resource Development at Indira Group of Institute, Pune (19th January, 2019)
Dr. R. L. Bhatia with His Excellency Ban Ki-moon, 8th Secretary-General United Nation at Singapore International Water Week (8th - 12th July, 2018)
Dr. R. L. Bhatia with The Deputy Prime Minister of the Republic of Singapore - Tharman Shanmugaratnam at Singapore International Water Week (8th - 12th July, 2018)
Dr. R. L. Bhatia with N. Chandrababu Naidu, Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh at Singapore International Water Week (8th - 12th July, 2018)

Books Authored

Giving
Caring
An Irrational sense of Hope
The Future of Profit is Purpose
Hope Triumphs
Most Talented CMO's of India
India's Greatest Brand Builders
Aspiration & Ambition at Work
Building Pride
India's Most Powerful Brand Builders
The HR Powerlist
Professionalism at Work
Imagine the Potential, Imagine the Possibilities
Corporate Warriors
Super Achievers (2010-2011)
Super Achievers (2009-2010)
Super Achievers (2008-2009)
Super Achievers (2007-2008)
Super Achievers (2006-2007)
Super Achievers (2005-2006)
Super Achievers (2004-2005)
Super Achievers (2003-2004)
India's Greatest HR Professionals
India's Greatest Brand Builders
The Leadership Pill
Success Journal
Great Quotes from Great Women
Corporate Checkmate
Fight Global Competition with 100 Management Ideas
Managing Time for Competitive Edge
Power of Vision
Career Planning For Success
The Executive Track
Developing Presentation Skills
Career Planning for Success
Corporate Rennaisance in the New Millenium
The Global Manager

CSR Activities

BUILDING SANCTUARY FOR COWS

Brahmarshi Chakravarti Dr. Newton kondaveti & Brahma Vidvarishta Dr. Lakshmi Newton
Founders
Life Foundation & Quantum Life University

About the Fundraiser

On this planet Earth, one of the most selfless, compassionate and generous beings is Gaumatha (cow). Cows are a symbol of purity and love of a mother. They bring abundance wherever they go. In fact, Cows are the only beings on this planet, who do not produce any waste at all! Not even through their breath! They exhale more oxygen than any other being. Cow dung is used as Natural Fertilizer for plants; Cow urine is used in Ayurvedic Medicines for its healing properties and Cow Milk is considered to be the best healing milk after Mother's Milk. Spiritually, the energy of a cow is so high that a person can reach deeper meditative states by being with the cows or serving them for even a shorter duration.

"1. As the paipal tree and holy basil plant give oxygen, similarly Cow is the only animal, which emits major amount of oxygen. If one spoon of pure ghee is poured on the burning cow cakes dung (fuel) then they can produce one-ton oxygen, therefore ghee made with cow milk is used in sacrificial fires and havans. There is no other better method to remove pollution.

2. India has approximately 30 crore cattle. Using their dung to produce biogas, we can save 6.0 crore ton of firewood every year. This would arrest deforestation to that extent.

3. The biggest energy contribution from cows and bulls is their dung. India’s cattle produce 800 million tons of manure every year. The cow’s dung, far from being contaminating, instead possesses antiseptic qualities. This has been verified by modern science. Not only is it free from bacteria, but it also does a good job of killing them. Believe it or not, it is every bit as good an antiseptic as Lysol or Mr. Clean.

4. Most of the dung is used for fertilizer at no cost to the farmer or to the world’s fossil fuel reserves. The remainder is used for fuel. It is odourless and burns without scorching, giving a slow, even heat. A housewife can count on leaving her pots unattended all day or return any time to a preheated griddle for short-order cooking. To replace dung with coal would cost India $1.5 billion per year." Read More....