Vinayak Narahari "Vinoba" Bhave (1895 – 1982) was an Indian advocate of nonviolence and human rights. He was seen as a National Teacher of India and known as Acharya (Sanskrit for teacher). He founded the Bhoodan Movement, and was seen as the spiritual successor to Ghandi. He spent several years in prison for leading non-violent resistance to British rule. For years, he walked all across India asking people with land to consider him as one of their sons and so give him one sixth of their land which he then distributed to the landless poor. After 1954, he started to ask for donations of whole villages in a program he called Gramdan. He got more than 1000 villages by way of donation. His leadership was characterised by humility and calmness, promoting human rights, dignity and vision.
In the Bhagavad Gita, there is no long discussion, nothing elaborate. The main reason for this is that everything stated in the Gita is meant to be tested in the life of every man; it is intended to be verified in practice.