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आर्किटेक्ट ऑफ ए फिलॉसफी

डॉ. प्रीति त्रिवेदी

प्रकाशक : भारतीय साहित्य संग्रह प्रकाशित वर्ष : 2017
पृष्ठ :320
मुखपृष्ठ : सजिल्द
पुस्तक क्रमांक : 11047
आईएसबीएन :978-1-61301-638-1

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पं. दीनदयाल उपाध्याय जी के एकात्म मानववाद का अंग्रेजी भाषा में निरूपण

Deendayal Upadhyaya was the rare combination of an activist, a thinker philosopher and an ideologue. The concept of 'Integral Humanism' propounded by Deendayal Upadhyaya embodies the essence of human unity and development. The entire political history of Post Independence period needs to be properly recorded. Whenever such a history is written it would further raise the contribution of Deendayal Upadhyaya.

What makes us proud as an Indian is Pt Deendayal's philosophy of Ekatma Manavwad or integral humanism and the same is evident in his political, social and cultural ideology. As a political ideologue he had firm belief in the slogan of Janasangh-

Ek Desh Me Do Vidhan - Nahi Chalega
Ek Desh Me Do Pradhan - Nahi Chalega
Ek Desh Me Do Nishan - Nahi Chalega

He advocated unitary form of government which envisages one centre but he always favoured decentralisation to the lowest unit of administration. His idea of infinite spiral unitary State put centre at the top and province, Janapad, Block, Village and Panchayat below it. Similarly distribution of financial powers should be such that the lowest tier of administration, viz. village Panchayat must have some autonomy.

Architect of A Philosophy : Deendayal Upadhyay

Index

1. Introduction :  

The Birth Of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh    11

Impact Of The West    12

Birth Of Indian Renaissance    14

Background And Birth Of R.S.S.    19

Birth And Background Of R.S.S.    20

The Founder    20

Feiry Advocacy Of Case For Freedom    21

Discovering The Historical Truth Of Hindu Rashtra    21

Enemies Efforts To Destroy Hindu Spirit    23

Shattering Experiences Of Growing Muslim Communalism    23

Why Was The Sangh Established    24

Objectives Of R.S.S.    25

Progress Of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh Up-To 1939    26

Capturing Patriotic Heart    26

Participation Of R S S In Nationalist Activities    27

Government Humbled    28

Efforts For National Flag    28

Footnotes    29

2. Early Life And Education Of  Pt. Deendayal Upadhyaya    31

Early Life    31

Joint Family    32

Series Of Tragedies    32

Formal And Informal Education    33

Footnotes    38

3. Initation In Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (1937-50)    39

Pracharak Of The Sangh : His Vision    40

First Historical Book : Samrat Chandragupta    42

Adya Shankeracharya - His Dharma Renaissance.    42

Impact Of Dr. Hedgewar    44

Role Of R.S.S. During Quit India Movement    45

Disturbances Following Gandhiji's Assassination    46

Publication Of Rashtra Dharma    48

Footnotes    49

4. Services To The Janasangh    50

Birth Of Janasangh    50

Conflicts In The Congress    51

Invitation To Sangh    52

The Trial Of Strength In Congress    54

Resignation Of Tandon And Death Of Sardar    55

Open Debate In Sangh    56

Non-Political Party    57

Golworker, Mukherjee And Janasangh    58

Next Step Of Janasangh    59

Establishment Of Janasangh    60

Deendayal Upadhyaya As The General Secretary Of Janasangh    61

His Work As A General Secretary Of Janasangh    62

General Secretary Report    64

Jaunpur By-Election    78

Foreign Journey    80

Coalition Government And Deendayal Upadhyaya    82

The Prisedent Of Janasangh    83

A. Conduct Of Governors    84

B. Coalition Government    84

C. Parliamentary Democracy    84

D. Floor Crossing    84

E. Centre State Relation    84

F. Permanent Finance Commission    85

G. Kashmir Problem    85

H. The Question Of Language    85

Footnotes    86

5. Abrupt And Tragic End    90

Last Journey 1    90

Mystery That Remains    92

Judgement    92

Evaluation    99

Footnotes    101

6. Political Activism And Thoughts    102

Part - A    

Political Activism    102

1. Akhand Bharat (Undivided India)    102

2. Kashmir Movement :    104

3. Goa Liberation Movement    108

4. Mass Movement Against Transfer Of Berubari    110

5.A Grand Demonstration Against Kutch Agreement    112

6. Indo-Pak War (1965) And Tashkent Declaration    114

7. Nationalistic Foreign Policy    116

8. Defence Policy :    121

9. Re-Organisation Of States :    123

10. Language Policy :    127

11. Medium Of Education :    133

12. Local Self Government :    135

Part - B   

Political Thoughts :    137

1. Evolution Of State    137

2. Nation And Nationalism :    140

3. Rajyavaad :    146

4. Dharma Rajya :    147

5. Democracy :    150

(I) Birth Of Democracy In Europe :    151

(Ii) Indiannisation Of Democracy :    152

1. Tolerance And Restraint :    154

2. Unattachment :    154

3. Respect For Law :    155

1. Kings :    158

2. Casteism :    158

3. Industrialist :    158

(B) Good Voter :    159

(3) Democracy Is Necessary For National Integration :    160

(4) Opportunist Politics Of Joint Front :    160

(5) Code Of Conduct For Parties :    161

(6) Socialism :    162

(7) Welfare State :    164

A. Bit About Our Constitution:    165

A. Federal Government :    165

B. Unitary Constitution    167

Footnotes    172

Part - I    172

Part - B    175

7. Social Activism And Thoughts    178

Part-A    178

Social Activism :    178

1.Akhil Bhartiya Viddyarthi Parishad (Abvp)    179

2. Vishwa Hindu Parishad :    179

3. Bhartiya Majdoor Sangh :    180

4. Journalism :    181

5. Women's Wing (Mahila Agadhe)16    182

6. Social Reforms :    183

Part - B    184

Social Thoughts :    184

1. Varna Vyavastha (The Class System) :    185

2. Change-Oriented :    187

3. Education :    188

A. Mother Is The First Teacher :    191

B. School Teacher :    191

C. Person Himself :    192

4. The Muslim Problem :    193

5. Hindu-Muslim Unity :    196

Part- C    197

Philosophical Thoughts    197

How To Achieve :  

1. Vyakti (Individual)    200

2. Samashti (Society):    202

3. Shrashti To Parameshthi (Creation To God):    203

4. Sanskriti :    207

5. Chiti    208

6. Virat :    211

7. Purusharthas :    213

Dharma :    214

Artha :    214

Kama :    215

Moksha (Salvation) :    215

8. Dharma :    217

Integral Humanism    220

1. Historical Background :    220

2. Ideological Background :    224

A. Western Philosophy Of Life :    224

B. Indian Culture :    229

3. Development Process And Name    232

4. Darshan    234

Analysis Of Integral Humanism.    234

(A) Individual And Society :    238

(A.2) Action    238

(A.3) Social Security    238

Inferences    238

(A.4) Social Action (Yagya    238

Inferences    239

(B) Realizing The Four Pronged Action (Chaturpurusharthas)    239

(B.1) Dharma    239

(B.2) Artha    239

(B.3) Kama    239

(B.4) Moksha    240

(C) Comprehensive Thinking (Virat Darshan) :    240

5. Social Tendencies :    241

Evaluation :    245

Relevance In Twenty First Century —    248

Footnotes    249

8. Economic Thoughts And Observations    255

Artha In Indian Culture    256

The Question Of Ownership    256

Capitalism    258

Socialism    260

Foreign Capital    261

Economic Democracy    264

Direction Of Industrialisation    266

Surplus Production Or Aprimatrik Udyogniti    268

Decentralization    269

Man And The Machine    272

The Seven M's 49    273

Diginity Of Labour In The Economy    273

Arth-Sanskriti    275

Ideal Economy    277

Part - B    279

Economic Observations    279

Public Law 480 (P.L.480)    279

Goi's Gold Policy 70    282

The Devaluation Of The Currency    284

Co-Operative Farming    286

Five Year Planning    288

Footnotes    290

9. Conclusion    295

Foot Notes    306

Appendix    308

A. Conduct Of Governors :    308

B. Coalition Governments :    308

C. Parliamentary Democracy On Trial :    309

D. Floor-Crossing :    309

E. Centre-State Relations :    310

F. Permanent Finance Commission :    310

G. Diversionary Tactics :    311

H. Kashmir Problem :    311

I. The Question Of Language :    311

Bibliography    313

1. Reports And Articles :    313

2. Letters :    314

3. Registers :    314

4. Periodicals, Journals And News Papers :    314

5. Books :    314

6. Some Other Books :    319

Interviews :    319

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