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Main Currents of Social and Political Thought in India
Main Currents of Social and Political Thought in India

Main Currents of Social and Political Thought in India

by Chandidas Mukhopadhyay

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Language

English

Publisher

K P Bagchi

ISBN

8170742730 - Year: 2005 - Pages: 159

Binding

Hardcover

Chandidas Mukhopadhyay
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Author: Chandidas Mukhopadhyay
Kamakshya Charan Pal/
Publisher: K P Bagchi
Year: 2005
Language: English
Pages: 159
ISBN/UPC (if available): 8170742730

Description

The book is an unique work on Indian thinkers and their observation and knowledge about the socio political condition and their proposition to solve the multi dimensional problems facing the country.

It is an original work of two eminent scholars and veteran teachers. The authors have shown that ideas of our great Indian thinkers have immense value in moulding and shaping our destiny. There is need for more political thought and synthesis of that thought. And synthesis of that thought. The writers have remarkable capacity for expressing their views clearly and cogently.

The book will make valuable contribution to political thinking and create a watershed.

Contents

PREFACE

Manu: The Early Law Giver
Kautilya: The Author of Arthasastra
Medieval Trends
Raja Ram Mohan: Precursor of Indian Renaissance
Swami Dayananda (1824-1883): The Era of Spiritualisation of Politics
Bankim Chandra: The Prophet of Hindu Nationalism
Swami Vivekananda (1863-1902): The Prophet of Neo-vedantism
Rabindranath Tagore (1861-1941): Concept of Nationalism and Internationalism
Aurobindo Ghose (1872-1905): A Grand Synthesis of Materialism and Spiritualism
Tilak (1856-1902): From the Perspective of Swaraj
Manabendra Nath Roy (1887-1954): Protagonist Individual Freedom and neo-humanism
Netaji (1897-1945): Militant Nationalism and socialist Thought
Gandhi: Fusion of Individualism, Idealism and Socialism
B R Ambedkar: Pioneer of a new Social Order
Jawaharlal Nehru (1889-1964): An Architect of Modern India
Jay Prakash Narayan (1902-1979): The Concept of Total Revolution

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