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Kashiba of Vala near Vallabhipur, Bhavnagar region , and known as Gijubhai Badheka, Gijubhai was a distinct reformist, educationist and an author. Being brought up and educated in Bhavnagar, in he was made to leave the shores to earn livelihood and spent some time of his youth in East Africa and Bombay. Gradually by , the thriving thought and concept of Dakshinamurti finally surfaced to exist which became landmark in education, to be remembered for ever once he extended himself in drafting the constitution of Dakshinamurti to its founder Nanabhai Bhatt Lokbharti. Dakshinamurti, the concept of a distinct school, backed up by the inspiration Gijubhai had by studying and evaluating the Montessori method of education, along with the mission, vision and works of Gijubhai Badheka are regarded as revolutionary and reforming in the region and in the country, serving greater social and educational aspects. He died on 23 June

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If we were to connect the dots from all of these pointers- it would lead us to one simplistic problem statement- Children are told what to learn, instead of how to learn. Another New York Times article points to mindfulness being part of the curriculum. Harvard Business School now recommends storytelling as a very effective tool for communication- from the business room to the classroom. Swati Popat Vats, a fierce education activist and advocate of stress-free education.

The book beautifully captures the trepidations and the implicit courage involved in the achievements of this mild-mannered, anxious but tenacious man; especially at a time when resources were limited by both availability and authority. Born Girijashankar Bhagwanji Badheka, Gijubhai led a quiet revolution in the classroom, with resources limited both by availability and authority.

The authors have brilliantly documented the different approaches he tried, the challenges he faced, his change of strategy, his unique metric for success. Corporal punishment was a norm in those days but was a complete no-no for Gijubhai. So, what did he do to effectively combat the problem?

He empowered the children to report, and talk to any adults to let them see the ineffectiveness of corporal punishment. Devishobha Chandramouli Devishobha is the founder of Kidskintha- a global parenting and education collective, and the host of the global virtual conferences hosted on the platform. You can also find her voice on the Huffington Post, Mother.

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Gijubhai Badheka

If we were to connect the dots from all of these pointers- it would lead us to one simplistic problem statement- Children are told what to learn, instead of how to learn. Another New York Times article points to mindfulness being part of the curriculum. Harvard Business School now recommends storytelling as a very effective tool for communication- from the business room to the classroom. Swati Popat Vats, a fierce education activist and advocate of stress-free education.

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Mirror caught up with Ramchandani at the launch: How and when did you connect with storytelling? I was a student when I fi rst heard of Gijubhai. Listening to the story of a man who taught students through stories was interesting and I connected immediately because I was taught by my mother in the same way. What is the importance of storytelling in the modern day? Stories are door-openers, and adults connect through storytelling. It is the only way we should be communicating.

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