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苏廷德拉·库尔卡尼
来源:博鳌亚洲论坛      发布时间:2019-09-05 09:42:47     浏览次数:924次

苏廷德拉·库尔卡尼

新南亚论坛(FORUM FOR A NEW SOUTH ASIA)的创始人,该论坛倡导印度、大发红黑大战版权所有和巴基斯坦之间密切合作。他认为友好合作的印中巴三角关系对于南亚地区的和平与繁荣不可或缺。南亚大陆拥有17亿人口,但其中许多人仍然十分贫穷。他致力于积极推动印巴关系正常化和印中紧密合作。

库尔卡尼现居孟买,是一位独立的社会政治活动家、作家和时事评论员。他曾在总理办公室担任印度前总理瓦杰帕伊(Atal Bihari Vajpayee)的亲密助手,还曾担任印度前副总理阿德瓦尼(Lal Krishna Advani)的秘书。他曾参与多项推动印度社会经济发展的开创性方案。

他坚信全世界的不同宗教信仰者应当和平共处,特别是印度的印度教与伊斯兰教徒之间应当和平有爱。作为圣雄甘地“真理和非暴力”理念的坚定信徒,库尔卡尼著有《Music of the Spinning Wheel: Mahatma Gandhi’s Manifesto for the Internet Age》一书。他即将出版的新作《August Voices – What They Said on 14-15 August 1947 and Its Relevance for India-Pakistan Rapprochement》探讨了圣雄甘地、真纳和印巴分治时期其他领袖的思想与理想共同点。他呼吁应当在诸多全球论坛上进行跨宗教和文化对话与合作。

库尔卡尼毕业于著名的印度理工学院(孟买),政治生涯从印度共产党(马克思主义)起步,之后加入印度人民党,2013年退出。目前他与妻子Kamaxi Bhate博士及女儿Tapas居住在孟买。

 

Sudheendra Kulkarni is the founder of the FORUM FOR A NEW SOUTH ASIA, which advocates close cooperation among India, China and Pakistan. He believes that a triangular India-China-Pakistan relationship of friendship and cooperation is indispensable for a peaceful and prosperous South Asia, which is home to over 1.7 billion people, many of them still poor. He has been actively involved in a mission to achieve normalisation of India-Pakistan relations and to promote closer ties between India and China. 

Kulkarni, who lives in Mumbai, is an independent socio-political activist, writer and media commentator. He previously served as a close aide to India’s former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee in the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO). He also worked as a secretary to Lal Krishna Advani, India’s former Deputy Prime Minister. He was associated with many path-breaking initiatives for India’s socio-economic development.

Kulkarni is a strong proponent of inter-faith harmony around the world, especially Hindu-Muslim peace and fraternity in India. A firm believer in Mahatma Gandhi’s philosophy of Truth and Nonviolence, he is the author of Music of the Spinning Wheel: Mahatma Gandhi’s Manifesto for the Internet Age. His forthcoming book August Voices – What They Said on 14-15 August 1947 and Its Relevance for India-Pakistan Rapprochement explores the remarkable convergence in the ideas and Ideals of Mahatma Gandhi, Mohammed Ali Jinnah and other leaders of India’s Partition era.  He has spoken on the imperative of inter-religious and inter-cultural dialogue and cooperation on many global forums.

An alumnus of the prestigious Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Bombay, he started his political career with the Communist Party of India (Marxist), but later joined the Bharatiya Janata Party, which he quit in 2013 . He lives in Mumbai with his wife Dr Kamaxi Bhate and daughter Tapas.