A visiting fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge Yayati Madan G. Gandhi is an outstanding educationist, litterateur and publicist who has been in vanguard of movements for sustainable environment, total disarmament, human rights and one-world mankind. As one of the prominent moving spirits for the rise of eco-feminism in India, Dr. Gandhi pioneered campaigns like Beti Bacchao Beti Parhao while actively participating in Sarvodaya, Bonded Labour freedom and Civil Liberties Movement. A winner of Tagore Award in poetry in 1961, D. Litt from World Academy of Art and Culture and World Congress of Poets, USA, in 1993,and the International Global Harmony Award, 2013,Dr. Yayati Madan G Gandhi occupies a distinguished place among contemporary English poets, especially when it comes to mysticism, Poetry for peace and one earth mankind. Conferred with the accolade of Poet's Poet and Poet Laureate, Dr. Gandhi is the author of Twenty volumes of poetry. His poetry is widely researched for M. Phil and Ph.D. in several Universities and has been translated in several languages and included in anthologies of world poetry. Among numerous awards and honours he won, a few are : One-in-Million Honour, Five hundred Great Personalities of the World, International Man of the Year (1991-92), World Intellectual (1993) Most Admired Man of the Decade, National Excellence Award and Rajiv Gandhi Award for outstanding contribution to education and literature. Dr. Gandhi is also a painter and designer, and his work has been exhibited in galleries in Cambridge, England, and in Delhi, India. Honoured with Aryabhat and Varamihira Awards, Professor Madan is a votary of dialogue among civilizations and convergence of sublime arts, science and spirituality.