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(GHA: http://peacefromharmony.org)


In cooperation with RC51 Sociocybernetics,

International Sociological Association


International Statistical Researches of Spherons (ISRS)
on population censuses within the framework of third-order Sociocybernetics

In the Spherons National Research Labs (SNRLs)

Approved by the GHA o­n 07-02-18


ISRS Director General: Dr. Leo Semashko
Approved by the GHA o­n 07-02-18


GHA Invitation

to statistic research in the GHA Spherons LABs

Profession: statistician, statistician-sociologist, statistician-economist, statistician-demographer

Qualification: Bachelor, Master, Ph.D., Doctor of Science

Work experience: at least two years (preference is given to more experience)

Job Description: under the supervision and together with the LAB Director, the statistician collects the necessary data, relying primarily o­n the population census, analyzes them and prepares a quality final report within 20-40 pages in accordance with established requirements, methods and samples.

Duration: 5 months, from June 1, 2018 to October 31, 2018 (Deadline). Early work in 3*-4 months, no more and not less, is allowed.

*Note. The Spherons study requires a dense work within a month. However, taking into account individual features, communications, preparation, processing of documents, etc. it is limited into the GHA LABs by a minimum period of three months.

Salary for the quality final report: $2000

Bonus for early (on 1-2 months) and quality performance of work: $1500

Preparatory period: until April 15, 2018 (7 documents)

Additional bonus payments are possible

For details please visit: http://peacefromharmony.org/?cat=en_c&key=801


 List of LABs Statisticians/Members
Beginning: February 18; Completion: April 15, 2018.


In English:

In Russian: http://peacefromharmony.org/?cat=ru_c&key=760




SPHERONS’ LAB. Islamabad

Supported byPakistan Bureau of Statistics

LAB Director: Dr. Noor M. Larik: http://peacefromharmony.org/?cat=en_c&key=722

Former Director General, Federal Bureau of Statistics

Approved by the GHA o­n 07-02-18

s. The LAB team members are as follows:

1) Dr. Noor Muhammad Larik (director: ),

2) Mrs. Rashida Bokhari (team member),

3) Syed Mazhar Hashmi (team member),

4) Mr. Habibullah (team member),

5) Mr. Zahid Jamal (team member). 

We may add junior member in the team at later stage. 

Dear dr. Leo,

This is to inform you that a team of very senior statisticians having a long experience of data analysis at national and regional level has been selected with their consent for preparing Spherons by using recent census (2017) data of Pakistan. Furthermore, it is informed that the questionnaire used for the census 2017 was a short questionnaire which provides limited information that will also be available by the end of May 2018. The long questionnaire which provides detailed information about the population is expected to use for the collection of data in near future for which date has not been fixed as yet. 

Dr. Noor Larik, 18-02-18

Basic Data of Team members (Brief description; CV, publications and reviews are separately)

1) Mrs. Rashida Bokhari (CV) 

Year of Birth: 1952

Sex: Female

Education: Masters in Economics

Employment and Position: Head (Principal) Training Wing - Pakistan Bureau of Statistics

Marital Status: Married

Home Address: House # 501-X, Street # 13, Phase III, DHA, Lahore – Pakistan.

Email: rashida.bokhari@hotmail.com

Phone: + (92) 321-4122646


2) Syed Mazhar Hashmi 

Year of Birth: ?

M.A in applied Population Research (1994) from University of Exeter, UK,

MSc in Statistics (1972), University of Sindh, Jamshoro.

Retired as Deputy Director General from Federal Bureau of Statisticsalso performed duties (look after the day to day work of DG) as Director General, Federal Bureau of Statistics. I am master in Applied Population Research, from Institute of Population Studies, University of Exeter, U.K. and in Statistics from University of Sindh, Jamshoro. Throughout period of service, I remained busy in managing various socio-economic projects/surveys.

 3) Habib Ullah Khan 

1. Name: Habib Ullah Khan

2.Father’s name: Fateh Khan

3.Date of birth28.09.1954

4.Place of birth & domicileAttock, Punjab


6. Contact No. Cell No. 0300-5283123

                                   Res. 051-5490893

7. Qualification with Division/Grade:

1977 - Gomal University, D. I. Khan, KPK - M.S (Applied Statistics)

1985 - Quaid-I-Azam University, Islamabad.

1992 - University of IDAHO, USA - P.G.D (Computer Science)

8. Permanent Residential AddressHouse No. 277/F-1, Street No. 1, Lane No. 4,

                                                                                    Peshawar Road, Rawalpindi Cantt.

9. Posts held with duration in BPS-17 & above

-Chief Statistical Officer (B-18) - 15-03-1986 to 08-08-1998 - Federal Bureau of Statistics, Islamabad.

-Director (Admn/Statistics) (B-19) - 09-08-1998 to 01-08-2010 - -do-

- Census Commissioner (B-20) - 02-08-2010 to 27-09-2014 - Pakistan Bureau of Statistics, Islamabad

-Director General (Admn) (B-20) ( Additional Charge basis) - 18-04-2014 to 27-09-2014-do-

- Census Consultant - 16-10-2014 to 31-12-2014 - UNFPA Office, Islamabad

-Project Coordinator - 02-06-2015 to 29-12-2015 - Development Project “Updation of Rural Area Frame” PBS, Islamabad

-Member (Census & Surveys) (MP-II) - 04-01-2016 till to todate


4) Muhammad Zahid Jamal 

Year of Birth:​​7th June 1973

Sex: ​​​Male

Education:MS Strategic Management

MBA Human Resource Management

M.Sc Statistics

Post Graduate Diploma Computer Science Employment and Position:Big Data Solution – Director Research

Marital Status:Married

Publications:Essential of Biostatistics, Monograph Approved by Higher Education Commission Pakistan

Address:Block 63/B Flat No.9 G-10/3 Islamabad

Website (if any) www.bigdatasolution.com.pk


Phone:​​​+92 333 516 3016

5) Zia-ul-Islam   
DoB:  August 3, 1957,
Education:  MSc. (Statistics)
Islamabad, Pakistan

Themes of statistical researches of the Spherons of Pakistan in 2018:
1.The number of Pakistan's Spherons in 2017 (according to the census)
2. The number of Pakistan’s Spherons in 2007 (by population census)
3. The number of Spherons in the Punjab Province (Lahore) in 2017 (according to the census)
4. The number of Spherons in Sindh Province (Karachi) in 2017 (according to the census)
  5. The number of Spherons in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (Peshawar) in 2017 (according to the census)


Dr Sanjay Tewari.

Director General, Three Spherons Labs. INDIA

ALL are Indian Citizens. M – Male. F – Female. DOB – date of birth.


Prof SK Sharma; M; DOB-19.09.1963; M Status-Married

Education: PhD-Statistics, Panjab University, Chandigarh, India

Position: Professor of Statistics

Address: Department of Statistics, Panjab University, Chandigarh, Pin-160014 (India); Phone +91-981591181; Email: ssharma643@yahoo.co.in


Dr Sandeep Mishra; M; DOB-27.02.1983; M Status-Married

Education: PhD – Statistics, University of Lucknow

Position: Statistician in Planning Commission

Address: Planning Commission, Government of India, Yojana Bhawan ,Sansad Marg New Delhi-110001; Phone +91 9953293339; Email: smishra1983@yahoo.co.in


Dr Piyush Kant Rai: M; DOB – 05.02.1980; M Status-Married

Education: PhD – Statistics, Banasthali Vidyapeeth, Rajasthan

Position: Associate Professor in Statistics, Banaras Hindu Univ

Address: Dept of Statistics, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi; Phone +91 9983071813; Email: raipiyush5@gmail.com


Mr Rajesh Kumar; M; DOB-06.06.1986; M Status-Married

Education: MSc – Statistics, Panjab University, Chandigarh

Position: Working as a Statistician

Address: Kalpana Chawla Govt. Medical College (KCGMC) Karnal (Haryana)-132001; Phone +91 8054113880; Email: statistics.rajesh@gmail.com


Dr Babita Tewari; F; DOB-12.02.1974; M Status-Married

Education: PhD-Sociology, CSJM University, Kanpur

Position: Assistant Professor-Sociology

Address: KLS College, Rania, Kanpur(D); Phone +91 9415475057: Email: babita.tewari@yahoo.co.in


Dr Manish Gupta; M; DOB-22.11.1987; M Status-Unmarried

Education: PhD-Management, ICFAI Business School, Hyderabad

Position: Assistant Professor

Address: ICFAI Business School, Hyderabad-501203, Telangana; Phone:+918712316252;Email:manish.gupta.research@gmail.com


Dr Ravi Prakash; M; DOB – 26.04.1970; M Status-Married

Education: PhD-Sociology, Bundelkhand University, Jhansi

Position; Associate Professor-Sociology

Address: Govt Degree College Nanauta(Saharanpur)-247452; Phone +91 9412436504; Email: ravisoc08@gmail.com


Dr Arun Kumar Pandey: M; DOB-15.12.1981; M Status – Married

Education: PhD – Mathematics, VBS Purvanchal University

Position: Assistant Professor & Controller of Examination

Address: Buddha Institute of Engineering and Technology, Gorakhpur; Phone +91 9415327501; Email: pandeyarun151281@gmail.com


Dr Chandrika KB; F; DOB – 19.02.1966; M Status-Married

Education: PhD-Sociology

Position: Professor-Sociology and Dy Registrar

Address: Ranichannamma University, Belagavi, Karnataka; Phone - +91 9844420991; Email: chandrikakb@rediffmail.com


Dr Prahlad Maruti Mane; M; DOB – 01.03.1979; M Status-Married

Education: PhD – Sociology, Shivaji University, Kolhapur, Maharashtra

Position: Assistant Professor-Sociology

Address: Dept of Sociology, Shivaji University, Kolhapur-416004; Phone +91 9860966260; Email: manesuk@gmail.com


Dr Kumar Vivek Kant: M; DOB-14.08.1979; M Status – Unmarried

Education: PhD-Sciology o (Banaras Hindu University)

Position: Awardee-Post Doctoral Research from Indian Council for Social Science Research, New Delhi at BHU

Address: Hirabal Niwas, Ved Nagar, Rukunpura, Patna -800014, Bihar; Phone +91 9415540509; Email: krvivekkant@gmail.com


Dr Rakesh Kumar Tiwari; M; DOB – 05.08.1976; M Status-Married

Education: PhD – Sociology, Deen Dayal Upadhyay University, Gorakhpur

Position: Assistant Professor- Sociology, GIDA, Gorakhpur

Address: Buddha Institute of Engineering and Technology, Gorakhpur; Phone +91 9452842232; Email: rakeshsoc@gmail.com


Dr Keyoor: M; DOB – 10.12.1986; M Status-Married

Education: PhD – Sociology, LN Mithila University

Position: Post doctoral Fellow, Council for Social Development, Hyderabad

Address: Madhoptti, Darbhanga, Bihar; Phone +91 9471601415; Email: keyoorpathak4@gmail.com


Ms Pratibha Garg: F: DOB – 01.11.1977; M Status – Married

Education: Masters in Education with Statistical Techniques

Position: Assistant Professor and Coordinator

Address: Army Institute of Education, TR-3, Plot M-1, Pocket P-5, Greater Noida, U.P.-201306; Phone +91 9971199021; Email: aiepratibha@gmail.com


Mr Dhiraj Kumar; M; DOB – 05.09.1987; M Status-Married

Education-UGC National Eligibility Test Sociology/MPhil-Sociology-Pondicherry Central University

Position: Teaching, National Institute of Technology, Rourkela

Address: Room No- D 117, SSB Hall of the Residence, NIT Rourkela, Odisha-769008; Phone +91 8917680236; Email: dhirajsociology@gmail.com


Themes of statistical researches of the Spherons of India in 2018:
1.The number of India's Spherons in 2011 (according to the census)
2. The number of India's Spherons in 1931 (by population census)
3. The number of Spherons in
Uttar Pradesh
state in 2011 (according to the census)
4. The number of Spherons in
state in 2011 (according to the census)
5. The number of Spherons in Delhi state in 2011 (according to the census)

And so o­n in other states: Karnataka, Telangana, Maharashtra …


LAB Director. India 

Dr. Markandey Rai

1. Prof. Arun Kumar Sinha, Former Vice Chancellor of Patna university and Emiritus Professor in Central University of Bihar, Patna

2. Prof. Ram Shankar Mishra, Retired professor and Head of Department of Statistics, Patna University, Bihar India

3. Prof Srikant Singh, Professor and Head of the Department of Statistics :Patna University, Patna , Bihar

4. Prof K. K. Singh, Prof and former head of the Department of Banaras Hindu university Varanasi, UP India

5. Prof Pradeep Mishra, Director Population research Centre Lucknow university

6. Prof Poonam Singh, Prof and Head , Department of Statistics, Delhi University, Delhi

7. Prof. Ajay Dube, Director , Director for International Relation and Research ,JNU, New Delhi




LAB-1, 2

Director: Uraz Baymuratov

Themes of statistical researches of Spherons of Kazakhstan in 2018:

1. Number of Spherons of Kazakhstan for 2010 (year of population census)

2. Number of Spherons of Kazakhstan for 2000 (year of population census)

3. Number of Spherons of Kazakhstan for 1990 (year of population census)

(These studies will allow you to trace the Spherons dynamics of Kazakhstan for 20 years)

4. Number of Spherons of the Karaganda region in 2010 (according to the census)

5.Number of Spherons of Almaty region in 2010 (according to the census)

6. Number of Spherons in E/Kazakhstan region in 2010 (according to the census)

7. Number of Spherons in Almaty for 2010 (according to the census)

8. Index of Harmony (Spherons) of Kazakhstan in 2010

9. The index of Harmony (of Spherons) of three regions of Kazakhstan in 2010

10. Index of Harmony (of Spherons) in Almaty in 2010


International LAB

Director: Sanjana Tewari

1. Dr Santosh Sutar; M; DOB – 11.11.1986; M Status- Married

Education: PhD–Statistics, Shivaji University, Kolhapur, India

Position: Assistant Professor-Statistics

Address: Yashwantrao Chavan School of Rural Development (YCSRD), Vidyanagar, Shivaji University, Kolhapur-416004, India; Phone +91 8149613749; Email: sss.ycsrd@unishivaji.ac.in

2. Dr Chittaranjan Subudhi;M;DOB–11.07.1989;M Status– Unmarried

Education: Double Masters in Sociology & Social Work, PhD about to complete

Position: Assistant Professor-Social Work

Address: Department of Social Work, School of Social Sciences and Humanities, Central University of Tamil Nadu 610 005, India; Phone +91 – 9658639979; Email; chittaranjan@cutn.ac.in

3. Prof Umesh Sahoo; M; DOB - 15.09.1954; M Status - Married

Education: PhD in Sociology

Position: Professor (Retd) of Sociology from SRT Marathwada University, Nanded, Maharashtra

Address: At-Bhagatpur{near Bagala Durga Mandir}, P.O. Telanga Bazar, Pin 753009, Cuttack, Odisha; Phone +91 9078290699; Email: ucsahoo11@gmail.com

4. Dr Shashi Mishra; F; DOB - 27.04.1966; M Status- Married

Education: PhD in Sociology, Mumbai University

Position: Associate Professor-Sociology at RN Jhunjhunwala College {Mumbai Univ}

Address: H - 13/8, Godrej Colony, Hill Side, Pirojsha Nagar, Vikrolo (W), Mumbai-79; Phone +91 9769960298; Email: sash2mash@yahoo.co.in


Director: Ayo Amale


Director: Michael Ellis


Director: Rudolf Siebert

Director: Vladislav Krasnov


Director: Takis Ioannides



Director: Alexander Semashko


Director: Vasily Smirnov

LAB-1, St-Petersburg

LAB-1. In the process

LAB-2. In the process

The general significance of statistical researches of spherons


Traditional statistics are still incapable of solving the elementary arithmetic task: if the population number is known by its census (or otherwise) at any scale, how is it distributed according to employment in four spheres of social production, i.e. on the spherons employed in them? Failure to solve such an elementary task with the key importance of social, economic and political consequences suggests a deep scientific stagnation and a historical defect / shortcoming of this ‘science’.

The reason for them is also simple and obvious: the ideologies of capitalism and communism are interested in private, fragmented and branch statistics, but not in the large-scale holistic statistics of social production spheres and the spherons involved in them, which reveal systemic social and economic disharmonies, imbalances, inequalities and crises. These ideologies, which have dominated so far, continue to suppress any holistic approach and integral vision of a global society, its growing risks and their solutions at a new, higher level of thinking. International statistical researches of spherons (ISRS) removes this historical limitation of traditional statistics and raises it to the level of a genuine global science, o­ne for all countries. They (ISRS) provide the creation of a single, logically ordered, global space of statistical spheral indicators that order chaotic and nationally limited sets of traditional fragmentary statistics, creating its common denominator with colossal technological consequences for the development of the global digital economy.

Participation of the genuine, free from ideological clichés, scientists-statisticians in the ISRS, opens a unique scientific opportunity for them in two ways. 1. Or scientifically, statistically empirically verify the rightness of the spherons, the validity of the population division into them according to the proposed methodology and the fidelity of their first calculated examples for Russia and St. Petersburg according to the 2010 census (http://peacefromharmony.org/?cat=en_c&key=593), or 2. Scientifically prove the inconsistency or impossibility of their delimitation and the unacceptability for scientific statistics of such a gradation and its statistics calculations. The negative result in science, as is known, is also a valuable scientific result, which will also be published in the book "Spherons: International Statistics" (see below).


Synthesis of the GHA Peacebuilding and Systemic Holistic MegaScience of Third-order Sociocybernetics

Invitation of the scientists
to international cooperation in the theory and empirics of this Mega


In English: http://peacefromharmony.org/?cat=en_c&key=811
In Russian:


In the process of integration of peacebuilding and holistic social science, two global trends of the 21st century intertwined inextricably: the search for peacebuilding science and the deliverance of the social science from the narrow-branch fragmentation that condemns it to weakness and helplessness in solving global system challenges. The first of these is recognized, as you know, global peace excluding the world nuclear war, the threat of which is continuously aggravated for more than 72 years without any fundamental scientific hope.

The history of this constructive international scientific process began in 2002 with the publication of Leo Semashko's book "Tetrasociology: Responses to Challenges" (http://peacefromharmony.org/?cat=en_c&key=145)together with the forewords of RC51 leaders: Bernd Hornung (Germany) and Bernard Scott (England). It was dedicated to the XV World Congress of Sociology in Brisbane, Australia, July 7-13, 2002. This book was presented at 32 sessions of the Congress.

In 2016, this process found its key result in the creation of the international "Global Peace Science" by the GHA 174 coauthors from 34 countries, including the President of India, three Nobel Peace Laureates and dozens of eminent scientists from all the continents (http://peacefromharmony.org/docs/global-peace-science-2016.pdf)

In 2017, this process focused o­n creating a unique "Sociocybernetic Model of Global Harmonious Governance of Spherons" for the UN reform (www.peacefromharmony.org/?cat=en_c&key=769).

In 2018, this process finds its logical continuation in two indissoluble directions: theoretical and empirical. For theoretical development, the GHA offers an international fundamental scientific article "Third-Order Sociocybernetics: Megascience for Genetic Structural Harmony of Spheres and Spherons of Social Production and Global Peace." This article of 20-30 pages is expected to be completed and published in October 2018 and submitted to the UN Peace Conference in November this year, and in 2019 - at the RC51 next International Conference.   The initial outline of this article is: "Spherons’ Sociocybernetic MegaScience: Global Breakthrough of Politics, Business and Governance to Genetic Structural Harmony of Social Production and Universal Peace" in 6 pages. It is published here: http://peacefromharmony.org/?cat=en_c&key=810

Its focus is the genetic structural harmony of spherons. Classical cybernetics is involved in harmonious research as it is illustrated by the corresponding mathematical studies in the “Norbert Wiener Center for Harmonic Analysis and Applications”: http://www.norbertwiener.umd.edu/

In the empirical direction the GHA organizes "International Statistical Researches of Spherons (ISRS)" in several countries (http://peacefromharmony.org/?cat=en_c&key=811). Based o­n their results, a special book is planned to be published: "Spherons: International Statistics" in October with presentation to the UN Conference in November. This book will constitute the empirical basis of the above theoretical article.

Eventually,the GHA is happy to invite interested and responsible scientists from Sociocybernetics, mathematics, sociology, statistics, econometrics, peacemaking and other fields to actual cooperation in the theoretical and empirical (paid) directions, as defined above.
Questions and proposals for cooperation could be forwarded to Leo Semashko, by email:
leo.semashko@gmail.com Thank you.



Leo M. Semashko, Ph.D. (Philosophy), Education: Moscow State University, Philosophical Faculty, “History of Foreign Philosophy” Chair; RANH Professor; Founding President, Global Harmony Association (GHA) since 2005; GHA Honorary President since 2016; State Councilor of St. Petersburg; Philosopher, Sociologist and Peacemaker from Harmony; Author of more than 400 scientific publications, including 18 books in 1-12 languages; Author of third-order Sociocybernetics orTetrism/Harmonism as the unity of Tetraphilosophy and Tetrasociology – science of social harmony, global peace and harmonious civilization; Director: Tetrasociology Public Institute, Russia; Honorary Member of the RC51, Sociocybernetics, International Sociological Association; Director, GHA Web portal “Peace from Harmony”: http://peacefromharmony.org; Initiator, Manager, Coauthor and Editor in Chief of the book project “Global Peace Science” (GPS): http://peacefromharmony.org/docs/global-peace-science-2016.pdf.

Address: St-Petersburg, Russia; Phone: +7(812)-597-6571;

E-mail: leo.semashko [at] gmail.com

Personal page: http://peacefromharmony.org/?cat=en_c&key=253




Synthesis of Gandhi’spractical nonviolence and Spherons’ science:

the GHA LABs strategy in India

Dear Markandey,

        Thank you for your valuable suggestion. But it requires a preliminary deep understanding of the meaning and practical significance of scientific, sociological and, above all, statistical studies of Spherons (spheral classes) of India engaged/employed in four spheres of social production in your country.

        The GHA defines their meaning and meaning in the following shortest way. They consist in the synthesis (integration) of the great practical nonviolence of Mahatma Gandhi and the science of Spherons as a theory of their structural harmony, presented in the "Global Peace Science." (GPS) It was created in the GHA for 13 years (2016: http://peacefromharmony.org/docs/global-peace-science-2016.pdf) by the efforts of 174 coauthors from 34 countries, including the President of India Abdul Kalam and the three Nobel Peace Laureates with the clarifications of the last two years. The Spherons' harmony ensures global peace, nonviolence and prosperity through the most efficient, balanced organization (governance and management) of social production spheres. Spherons, which include the entire population from birth to death, are the main and o­nly actors, creators, heart and motor of global peace, nonviolence and prosperity. The scientific theory of structural harmony of Spherons is presented in the first two chapters of the GPS on 75 pages (see attachment), which must be studied in the most careful way to understand the meaning and practical significance of this theory for India, for the development and substantiation of the practical Gandhian nonviolence.

        The main conclusion: the scientific theory of Spherons makes nonviolence a science, raises it from an intuitive to a scientific level, equips it with scientific and harmonious governance, management, new digital technologies, new statistics and mathematics, and etc. Knowledge, science, as is known since Francis Bacon, is a force, it is a soft energy that equips nonviolence and makes it socially, politically and economically strong. This theory gives nonviolence new scientific energy and provides it with a powerful social and economic breakthrough in the economic growth of India with the highest productivity and efficiency of its social production. Its new capabilities and forces are tools for the effective solution of all social (caste), economic, political, religious and cultural national problems, risks and challenges of the ancient harmonious Indian civilization. Ultimately, Gandhi's nonviolence is harmony, o­nly an intuitive level that awaits and demands the scientific consciousness and thinking provided by the Spherons science. Their integration generates a fundamentally new trend and culture of peace from harmony as a worldwide model. A special role in their integration belongs to women, scholars of the humanities. They acquire in science the Spherons their new soft power, capable of providing women with true equality. But this is the GHA special project, which will soon be submitted for discussion.

        To achieve phenomenal practical results of the synthesis of nonviolence and science in "scientific Gandhist nonviolence", first of all, a statistical study of the Indian Spherons is required with a statistical determination of their number at all territorial levels of India: country-union territories-state-district-tehsils (sub-discrits) – villages as well as their dynamics in historical time, at least according to the years of the Indian population census: 1931 and 2011. Of course, this is a colossal scientific work for the future with thousands of new employment jobs. But someone must start it.

        Statistical LABs of Spherons, created by the GHA in India, initiate these studies. A list of 26 members of these LABs can be found here: http://peacefromharmony.org/?cat=en_c&key=811.(But you did not inform the members emails of your LAB). Now they are at the stage of preparing the necessary documents, including 4 reviews as tests of professional scientific readiness for statistical research of spherons. Most of the members are prepared for them. Now it is necessary to assign to each prepared member of these LABs the topic of Spherons research o­n o­ne of the country territorial levels (it is preferable to take its highest levels of the country,union territories, state and large cities first) o­n the basis of the 2011 population census. However, at least o­ne study should be devoted to the 1931 census. Their clear example for all LAB members is "Statistics of Spherons of Russia for 2010" (10 pages) presented in the GPS Chapter 2.

        Therefore, statistical studies of spherons can and should be initiated without delay, now, without expecting a Swedish grant May end, regardless of its receipt, because the Spherons' research has independent importance for India. Their first results can be proposed to the Governments of the country or states so that they finance them. In addition, o­n their basis, a special scientific and project business firm of spheral management can be created, which in 1-2 years will become a major Indian corporation of unprecedented innovative business in the country and in the world. As our experience in Russia shows, a trained specialist needs no more than a month of dense work for a statistical study of Spherons o­n any territorial level. If the Indian colleagues from Spherons’ LABs start this work independently, o­n their own initiative now, and at the end of April will present their first results in 10-15 pages, then we could gather in Delhi PRACTICAL seminar/workshop o­n them and their use in business and Government of India.

        Naturally, if the GHA receives a Swedish grant, then all final results will be paid, as it is established in the GHA project (http://peacefromharmony.org/?cat=en_c&key=801). But if we do not get it, then we will find them support and financing in India government and business incarnation. Therefore, we need to begin boldly, stubbornly and without delay the statistical study of the Spherons, which opens up to each of its participants colossal scientific, political and financial prospects. Let us use and not miss them in a long indefinite expectation. The Spherons LABs of GHA-India should realize this civil, business and national mission. We could actually and practically discuss it in late April or early May o­n the basis of the first results of the Spherons statistics of India at a seminar that Markandey proposed. We hope that you will bring this information to the attention of your LAB members. We send it also to 5 LAB members in Pakistan.

        What do you think about this proposal? Do you agree with it? Is it acceptable for Indian scholars and peacemakers from Gandhi’s nonviolence? Thanks for yours feedbacks, which will be published here along with this proposal: http://peacefromharmony.org/?cat=en_c&key=811.

        Best wishes for peace from harmony through the synthesis of Gandhi's nonviolence and the Spherons science,
Dr. Leo Semashko,
GHA Honorary President,


Dear Leo and All,

        I am reading the mail to and fro. To have better understanding and clarification o­n concepts, definitions and classifications for data collection and further analysis, let us have a seminar/workshop which I had proposed to Leo and he had supported. This should be held at the earliest. May I propose for 30 and 31 March in the India international Centre, New Delhi. Dr. Leo will let us know the budget line to meet the actual cost for a two days seminar for a meeting room and food.

        I am sure that this seminar will save our time and funds before we start our work and to avoid doing mistakes and rectifying that latter. That will be more costly in terms of persons hours and stationary wasted. I look forward for any suggestions and approval.
        Yours sincerely

Markandey Rai, Ph.D.

Senior Advisor, UN-Habitat

President, Global Peace and Development Service Alliance (GPDSA)

Member, Global Leadership Council, Global Peace Foundation (GPF)

Deputy Director, IESEI




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