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Gora & Saraswathi Gora
An Album of Efforts & Achievements
Foundations of Action for Atheism
Gora and Saraswathi with co-workers and children in Mudunur Village, Andhra Pradesh, India, world's first known Atheist Center in 1940.
Practice what he Preached
Gora resigned his professorship. Preferred voluntary poverty and simplicity to practice what he preached - Atheism
Fight against Untouchability
Adult Education classes conducted by Gora in so-called untouchable colonies
WIDOW and INTERCASTE MARRIAGES
"Social Equality" - Cosmopolitan Dining
"SEVAGRAM TO DELHI MARCH"
Gora marched 1000 kilometers covering five states in 99 days, propagating partyless democracy and pomplessness.
Gora contested as partyless candidate twice in 1952 and 1962-63 and organised National Study Camps and Conferences on Partyless Democracy
Satyagraha against pomp and party system
Satyagraha against pomp and party system in front of Andhra Pradesh Chief Ministerís Residence
GROW VEGETABLES INSTEAD OF ORNAMENTAL FLOWERS
Vegetable garlands used instead flower garlands in functions and marriages.
1965 - Vegetable day organized
1968 - replaced flower plants by vegetable plants in Public Gardens to Express his dissatisfaction with Governmental efforts to create awareness among people to grow more food in the form of kitchen gardens to face drought.
BEEF AND PORK PARTY
Beef and Pork party at Atheist Centre Vijayawada in 1972
Gora participated in Vinobajis "Bhoodan movement" - land distribution for land less
Gora and Periyar rationalist movement in Tamilnadu
GORA WITH JAYAPRAKASHNARAYAN
Gora with Jayaprakashnarayan at Atheist centre Vijayawada in 1975
FIRST WORLD ATHEIST MEET
GORA - LEADER OF WORLD ATHEISM, organised First World Atheist Meet in Vijayawada,Andhra Pradesh, India
Saraswathi metamorphosed into an equal partner with revolutionary Gora
leader of atheist centre, vijayawada
GORA'S POSITIVE ATHEISM
- Its Objective is equality
- Its method is openness
- Its means is political action
- Its driving force is the moral freedom of the individual