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Thursday, February 12, 2009

Ekalavya Multiversity as a spiritual Foundation of Economic Development

Ekalavya Multiversity as a spiritual Foundation of Economic Development

Mr. Ravi Gangadharaiah Nayaka, Director, Ekalavya Multiversity,

Ekatraya, 48, 43/2, 40 feet road, BSK 2nd Stage, SS Puram Post, Tumkur-572102,

Phone +91 9480231645, email:


Mother earth is school. We citizens of earth are Students of Life, Everything in the creation is giving, and Humanity is the receiving end. Humanity has to make judicious use of the resources.

Humane Physics as Sustainable Spirituality. Humane physics is a suitable education program for evolution of humanity, being a life long education in their lifetime i.e., what one need have to learn and observe in their lifetime.

If the purpose of development--as presently conceived--is to increase material amenities, then sustainable development will certainly help us to continue to consume, but it will not help us attain inner fulfillment. Therefore, sustainable spirituality--the idea that true progress is movement toward inner fulfillment, toward self-realization-- must be embraced by the sustainable development program. Spiritual progress subsumes material development, as people cannot pursue spiritual growth without adequate basic necessities such as employment, food, shelter, education, and medical care. So, the purpose of development, guided by a sense of spiritual progress, is to help us pursue personal and social pursuits that foster inner growth and communion with people and nature. Activities such as sports, art, music, theater, yoga, meditation, hiking, etc., do not simply fill our lives with more material things, instead they fill our lives with enjoyment, purpose and meaning.

This being a Cosmic Inheritance

No system or machinery or economic doctrine or theory stands on its own two feet: it is variably built on a metaphysical foundation, that is to say, upon our basic outlook on life, its meaning and its purpose." The "metaphysical foundation" of economic liberalism is motivated by self-interest, individual property rights, and the fulfillment of our material or economic needs.

What, then, should be the basic outlook on life of the new economy? The spiritual conception of wealth, as described by Sarkar, expresses a common sentiment among many alternative development thinkers: "This universe is created in the imagination of the Supreme Entity, so the ownership of this universe does not belong to any particular individual; everything is the patrimony of us all. Every living being can utilize their rightful share of this property...This whole animate world is a large joint family in which nature has not assigned any property to any particular individual."

With a spiritual worldview as the basis for a new economy, the psychology of greed and selfishness is replaced with the psychology of collective welfare and cooperation as Humane Physics under Ekalavya Multiversity.


The relationship between humanity and nature was a highly contentious issue in the group discussion. In the view of several participants, human beings are creatures like all others, are fully integrated with and dependent on nature, and must submit to natural realities.

Human beings are integrated with and dependent on nature, our species plays a unique role which must be fully acknowledged.

Human beings are part of nature in that they are biological entities, have evolved along with the planet's other life forms, and support their existence by converting low-entropy resources into high-entropy wastes.

Our species is unique in that we possess acute self-awareness, high intelligence, advanced technical capabilities, and have the resultant capacity to decisively impact the other life forms and the earth's environment. It is this potential impact that separates us ethically from the planet's non-human inhabitants.


Human economics is, first of all, a theory - that is, a set of ideas that can be applied to analysis. It is not a set of policy prescriptions. However, human economics is not a neutral theory. It is based on an objective that leads to policies favoring humanity over capital and environmental sustainability over growth and collapse.

The objective of human economics is to formulate economic concepts and analytical tools that permit the maximization of human well-being subject to ecological constraints.

This definition places humanity and the environment on a roughly even footing. We must maximize human well-being and safeguard the environment. If we don't do the first, our economy has no rational human purpose. If we don't do the second, we undermine future human well-being and destroy non-human species. The fundamental challenge is to balance these sometimes conflicting objectives in a rational manner.

This paper will therefore discuss three things: the human objective for an economy, the constraints imposed on our economic activities by the environment, and the economy itself.

Let me start with the objective. Maximization of human well-being is a reasonable general goal, but it is clearly insufficient for economic analysis. What is meant by human well-being? How do we define the value of what we produce and the cost we incur in producing it? How much of an output is "enough"?

In all but the simplest economies, the answers to such questions are not readily apparent and can only be addressed with a set of conceptual tools. In human economics these constitute the human framework described in some detail below.

Next are constraints. From the economic perspective, the environment consists of inorganic resource stocks, organic resource flows, and waste flows. These stocks and flows cannot be analyzed with the same value and cost concepts used in the human framework. The human and natural realms, while ineluctably linked, are in separate conceptual domains, and require separate theoretical treatments. The terms and tools used to address environmental constraints constitute the ecological framework. This is also addressed in some detail below.

Last is the economy itself. The concepts required here, because they address the actual functioning of an economic system, are called the functional framework. There is an important distinction between this framework and the first two. While there is only one humanity and one environment, there are many existing and potential economic systems.

This implies that we can formulate a single human framework and a single ecological framework, but that multiple functional frameworks are required. In human economics I have addressed only capitalism, the globe's dominant economic organization in the current historical period. This topic is beyond the scope of the present summary.

In brief: human economics separately tackles the ends, constraints, and means of economic activities. Ends are addressed in the human framework, which can be used to define a humane economy. Constraints are addressed in the ecological framework, which can be used to define a sustainable economy. Means are addressed in the functional frameworks, which can be used to describe actual economic systems. This structure is depicted in Figure 1.


If an economy adequately meets human needs it is referred to as "humane".

We have to reject two common notions:

  1. Sustainability is not the same as stability, or lack of change. An economy can be extraordinarily dynamic and still be ecologically sound.
  2. Sustainability does not mean living off self-regenerating renewable. Nonrenewable resources can sharply increase human wellbeing. To leave such resources untapped is not a triumph of environmental integrity, but a collapse of human reason.

Sustainability refers to the maximum justifiable rates at which an economy can consume the earth's resources. As an ethical principle, I suggest that there is no better use for any resource or waste flow than meeting the vital needs of the present generation. Since future generations issue from our bodies, our health is the basis for their health. Fully meeting our vital needs is thus more than justified, it is a moral imperative.

Using the concepts introduced above, an economy is sustainable if its resource and waste flows do not exceed their target quantities. It is humane to the extent that each of its final outputs approaches its target optimum. If all five target quantities are achieved, the result is a humane and sustainable economy.

Each are pairs of a fundamental dichotomy, polar opposites, conflicting models for understanding universal change. The easy observation is that both processes have explanatory value in different contexts.
The deepest question is when, where, and how they interrelate

We are in the first phase of 20 fifty years plan which has begun (2000-2050A.D), should be actualized by 2010. People make assets, People are our assets.

222 nations under one roof, as Ekalavya Multiversity an ecumenopolis (Home for humanity).

Plan of action for humanity in this third millennium. Ekalavya multiversity is executing these via Humane physics.

Millennium plan

Academics limit

Political limit

Economic limit

Human limits

Our Destiny

2000-2050 A.D

Within our life time

We need have to establish

Ekalavya multiversity,

Task, which is independent of time. Observing Goodness.



Good living conditions for all.

Observing Humanism

(Binding Energy)

2050-2100 A.D

Be good for our own goodness



Observing Humanism

2100-2900 A.D

---800 years






2900-2950 A.D

Goodness Prevails.



Towards Oneness.

2950-3000 A.D

Our Goal, Destined destiny.



Good living conditions for all.


Five steps for Humane living and to end economic crisis.
{A million each for every humane family}

A back up programme, as a support to every humane projects/works/steps.

For a habitat designed globe. Priority for young, old and physically challenged people.

A million each for Every Humane family as living allowance

55.555 Billion $

2010-2015 A.D

1 Node

Capital for Planet Earth




(Lord Shiva)

A Megalopolis

555.55 Billion $

2015-2020 A.D

10 Nodes

10 world class cities

Deccan Plateau

5,555.5 Billion $

2020-2025 A.D

100 Nodes

100 world class cities


55,555 Billion $

2025-2050 A.D

1000 Nodes

1000 world class cites

Around 222 nations around the globe.

8-12Billion Humans

61.621605 trillion $

1111 Nodes

35% is the urbanization limit

Designed Habitat Globe.

Sustained brighter future humanity

World Economic Statistics at a Glance

World GDP (PPP): $65 trillion
GDP Growth Rate: 5.2%
Growth Rate of Industrial Production: 5%
GDP By Sector: Services- 64% Industry- 32% Agriculture- 4%
GDP Per Capita (PPP): $9,774
Population: 6.65 billion
The Poor (Income below $2 per day): 3.25 billion (approximately 50%)
Millionaires: 9 million (approximately 0.15%)
Labor Force: 3.13 billion
Exports: $13.87 trillion
Imports: $13.81 trillion
Inflation Rate – Developed Countries: 1% - 4%
Inflation Rate – Developing Countries: 5% - 20%
Unemployment – Developed Countries: 4% - 12%
Unemployment & Underemployment - Developing Countries: 20% - 40%

Sources: CIA World Factbook, IMF, UNDP

Evolution and Development: Two Universal Systems Processes




Design (self-organized or other)

Conclusion: Humanizing the Economic Enterprise

Humanization of persons and society, the family and community, and education, we were concerned with inherently humanistic subject matter that has been undermined, distorted, or perverted in our materialistic culture with its scientific/technological ways of thought.

Humanization of the capitalist system is another matter entirely, for the capitalist economic system is the embodiment of modern materialism.

Humanization of it would radically transform its constitution- its governing values, modes of thought, and ways of operating. In fact, humanization of capitalism would reject the autonomy of the economic system and integrate it into a humanistically constituted human order

THE POWER OF SPIRITUALITY -Is the greatest trend of our era

1. The Power of Spirituality

2. The Dawn of Conscious Capitalism

3. Leading from the middle

4. Spirituality in Business

5. The Values-Driven Consumer

6. The Wave of Conscious Solutions

7. The Socially Responsible Investment

Humane Physics- Suitable Education protocol for Human evolution.

Education is the process by which the society culturally generates and yields human beings

These individuals develop and expand their powers, form their character, master the culture, and learn how to define and to live their lives and to participate in the society in fruitful ways.

If we lead our life to learn things, we will learn to live our innate life!!!

Humane physics helps to develop innate humane qualities.