An appeal from ‘Lohia Today’

Namaste,

Lately, my emails with Lohia Today updates are not reaching you. For most of the readers, I receive a message (especially from Gmail) that messages from Lohia Today are blocked by the recipients.

  • Those who are not receiving my emails, it could be any reason like your email provider automatically listed ravelam@lohiatoday.com as spam, you, the recipient, needs to add my email address to safe list. Instructions to how to add a receiver email to a safe list varies for each provider.
  •  Those who no longer like to receive emails from Lohia Today and added ‘ravelam@lohiatoday.com‘ email address to junk/spam list at some point of the time, that is understandable. Please let me know through feedback page and I can certainly remove your email address from distribution list.
Regards,
Manohar R

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“Ram Manohar was very much misunderstood by his contemporaries. Perhaps his ideas were too original to be understood fully while his straight forwardness was unpleasant to many”.

Loknayak Jayaprakash Narayan

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“I have repeatedly observed that no school of thought can claim a monopoly of right judgement. We are all liable to err and are often obliged to revise our judgement. In a vast country like this, there must be room for all schools of honest thought. And the least, therefore, that we owe to ourselves as to others is to try to understand the opponent’s view-point and, if we cannot accept it, respect it as fully as we expect him to respect ours”. -Mahatma Gandhi