SPER 8th Annual International Conference & Exhibition
[SPER 2019]

"Recent Paradigm and Innovations for the Safe and Efficacious Medicine"

February 22-23, 2019

VYWS’S Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research, Wardha [Maharashtra] India

Second Registration Deadline Extended: February 10, 2019       SPER Conference & Exhibition Date : February 22-23, 2019
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Wardha is a city and a municipal council in Wardha district in the Indian state of Maharashtra. It is the administrative headquarters of Wardha district. Wardha gets its name from the Wardha River which flows at the north, west and south boundaries of district. Founded in 1866, the town is now an important center for the cotton trade. It was an important part of Gandhian Era.

Vishwa Shanti Stupa

Vishwa Shanti Stupa

Vishwa Shanti Stupa was a dream of Nichidatsu Fujii or Fujii guruji as he was called by Gandhi. It is beside Gitai Mandir. It is a large white stupa. Statues of Buddha are mounted on stupa in four directions. It also has a small Japanese Buddhist temple with a large park. There is a temple near the stupa where prayers are said for universal peace. It is one of many Peace Pagoda's which have been built around the world.

Magan Sangrahalaya


This museum was inaugurated by Mahatma Gandhi in 1938. It is in Maganwadi near the village's center of Science. The purpose of the museum is to spread awareness about the research and development of rural industries, agriculture, dairy, various types of charkhas, khadi, handicrafts by rural artisans, methods to promote the Swadeshi movement, magandeep hkhadi bhandar, sele khadi gramodyog khadi cloth and gramodyog products, and gandhi charkha sample, for example.

Sevagram Ashram


Sevagram Ashram was the residence of Mahatma Gandhi from 1936 to 1948. After his 1930 Dandi salt march, he decided not to return to his ashram at Sabarmati. After spending two years in jail, he travelled around India and, at the invitation of the Gandhian industrialist Jamnalal Bajaj, stayed for some time in Wardha City at Jamnalal's bungalow.[8] In 1936, at the age of 67, Gandhiji moved to a village (which he subsequently called Sewagram - (Hindi for village of service) at the outskirts of Wardha and started to live here in a group of huts with his wife Kasturba and other disciples. This slowly grew into an ashram, where Gandhi lived with his followers for the next twelve years, until his death. The premises are very calming. Many personal items used by Gandhi and his contemporaries are preserved here including his spectacles, telephone, notebook, tables, mats, etc..

Kelzar Ganpati temple


The Kelzar Ganpati Temple is about 26 km (16 mi) from Wardha on the Nagpur Road. This temple is on a hill and is surrounded by the scenic beauty of forests and hills near the Bor National Tiger Reserve and Bird Sanctuary. . It is a historical place and its history goes back to Vashishtha Purana. The place is also mentioned in Mahabharata as Ekchakranagari. According to myth, Pandavas lived here during agyatvas. Bhima killed Bakasura at this place and threw him down this hill.

Gitai Mandir


This temple is in Gopuri near Vishwa Shanti Stupa. It is a unique temple in India as it has no deity or roof. It has only walls made of granite slabs on which 18 chapters of Gitai (Shrimad-bhagwad-gita in Marathi) are inscribed. The walls enclose a beautiful little park. The temple was inaugurated by Acharya Vinoba Bhave in 1980. Beside it are two exhibitions about the lives of Acharya Vinoba Bhave and Jamnalal Bajaj.

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Dr. Upendra Nagaich

M.Pharm., Ph.D., FSPER
Convener, SPER 8th Annual International Conference & Exhibition 2019
Secretary, Society of Pharmaceutical Education & Research [SPER]
Editor, Journal of Advanced Pharmaceutical Technology & Research [JAPTR]
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