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Pandit Deendayal Upadhyaya - Ideology and Perception  (Set of 7 Books)
Pandit Deendayal Upadhyaya - Ideology and Perception (Set of 7 Books)

Pandit Deendayal Upadhyaya - Ideology and Perception (Set of 7 Books)

by D B Thengadi

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English

Publisher

Suruchi Prakashan

ISBN

N/A - Year: 1991 - Pages: 1012

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Paperback

D B Thengadi
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Author: D B Thengadi
V V Nene/B K Kelkar
Translator(s)/Editor: M K Paranjape/ L M Mathur / D R Kulkarni et al
Publisher: Suruchi Prakashan
Year: 1991
Language: English
Pages: 1012
ISBN/UPC (if available): N/A

Description

Much has been written about the life and work of Pandit Deendayal Upadhyaya, who was a living example of simple living and high thinking.

But the scope and depth covered by Shri Thengadi, Shri Nene, Shri Bhishikar, Shri Kelkar, Shri Kulkarni, Shri Jog and Shri Deodhar to present effectively the manifold aspects of Shri Upadhyaya’s basic thought-both, political and philosophical, is really vaery commendable.

The Seven volumes on Ideology and Perception of Shri Upadhyaya should be made a subject of reading, thinking and contemplation by every sociopolitical worker.

Contents


PART I: AN INQUEST by D B Thengadi
Introductory Part

PART II: INTEGRAL HUMANISM by V V Nene

PROLOGUE

Introduction
Western thinking
Individual: Fourfold Happiness
Individual: Four Purusharthas
Samashti: Individual and Family
Samashti: Individual and Society
Samashti Purusharthas (Objectives of Society)
Ekatma Social System
Samashti to Parameshthi
Ekatma Darshana
Wise Man is he…

REFERENCES

GLOSSARY

PART III: POLITICAL THOUGHT by B K Kelkar

AUTHOR’S NOTE
The Seed of Sangh Thought
Story of Birth of Jana Sangh
Jana Sangh’s view of National Life
Deendayal: A Basic Ideological thinker
Deendayal: The Party-Organiser
Mass Movement
In the Election Arena
Philosopher of Nationalist Policy
The Legacy of Deendayalji

PART IV: INTEGRAL ECONOMIC POLICY by Sharad Anant Kulkarni

Exploration of an Alternative
Economic Policy-Norms and Value Judgment under Indian Culture
Agriculture and Self-reliance
Direction of Industrialization
Foreign Aid Eclipsing Swadeshi and Self-reliance
Fiscal and Monetary policy
Wastages in Capital-formation
Planning
The Vision and Inquest

PART V: CONCEPT OF THE RASHTRA by C P Bhishikar

A Word from the Author
Introductory
Bharat is Unquestionably a Hindu Rashtra
Sovereign Dharma
Disastrous Self-Oblivion
State and Nation
The Cycle of Yajnya (Sacrifice)
The Identity of Hindu Rashtra
The path of Bliss
Unity in Diversity
The Entire World is My Home
Solution to the Problem of Minorities
Hindus are All One
A Bit about Our Constitution
Some Auspicious Omens of Change

PART VI: POLITICS FOR NATION’S SAKE by B N Jog

British Rule-Boon or Curse?
Politics for Power or for Nation?
The Language of Swarajya must be Swabhasha
Defence Preparedness has No Alternative
Swadeshi Economics for People’s Good
Muslims-a Complex Problem
Pakistan-a Challenge
An Alternative to Congress
Why Jana Sangh?
The Game Ended Half Way

BIBLIOGRAPHY

PART VII: A PROFILE by V N Deodhar

The Glimpses of the Man
Appendix I-The Sacred Flow of Nationality
Appendix II-Basic Principles
Appendix III-Your Vote
Appendix IV-Presidential Address at Calicut

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