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Cosmic evolution has proceeded with such an incredible fine tuning that it ultimately allowed for the emergence of intelligent beings to comprehend its design while participating in its manifestation. If the universe of pure accident, a machine operated solely by chance as imagined by some, were an invention submitted to the patent office, a scrupulous patent officer would immediately reject the application, since it needs so many unusual coincidences, it would fail in reality.

The interplay between random processes and exquisitely fine tuned natural laws is simply too marvelous to attribute to chance. It strongly suggests the presence of a creator, however we may perceive the concept through our insight. Why is there such reluctance among some scientists and humanists to embrace this notion?

It seems the trouble begins when we attempt to impose the scientific ideas of the higher power under the yoke of human construct for an image. It is fitting that a man of India with its immense spiritual heritage has so elegantly articulated a fresh point of view, for it was here that a truer nature of creator and creation was first glimpsed through contemplation.

It is indeed illogical not to recognize that reflections on the creation of the universe reasonably lead to reflections about the creator and the traces of God in the laws of nature. I hope you enjoy reading the book as much as I did. Gandhi revoltierte nicht allein gegen Indiens Kolonialherren, sondern genauso gegen das Kastenwesen und die Sklaverei der eigenen Vorurteile des indischen Volkes.

Descartes hatte Materielles und Geistiges, Subjekt und Objekt, getrennt, die Quantenphysik musste das Subjekt wieder einbeziehen. Die Spaltung war so nicht aufrecht zu erhalten. Sort by: Date Alphabet. There is more to life than just living. There has to be more to life Read more.

Download PDF. The clashes in daily life need to be resolved. Why do we want to Do we complain when a sewer stinks?

In the same manner people who are What do all the people and living beings search for? They are looking If a person suffers, it is because of his own mistakes. If a person But his aim was not so much to exclude non-Hindus as to find a factor that could provide a basis of common nationality to people all parts of the country. This was the cultural inheritance shared by all brought up as members of the Hindu religion.

In taking up Hindutva as the central notion of Hindu politics, Savarkar [] detached it from religion. Hindutva was not, he said, reserved for ' 'believers in the dogmas and religious practices that go by the name "Hinduism" Savarkar []: Himself not a believer in this sense, Savarkar was concerned 'not with any "ism" whatever but? The three essential implications were i dwelling inHindustan, ii sharing 'the bond of common blood,' and Hi having a common 'Holyland' Savarkar []: Savarkar was obliged to bring in the third factor, which reintroduced the religious element he had begun by eliminating, because he had to find a way to exclude Indian Muslims and Christians, whose 'Holylands' were outside India but who by birth and blood were as 'Hindu' as anyone else.

Savarkar developedhis concept of Hindutva in the context of the freedom movement, in which he played an important role. Despite his strong anti Muslim stance he claimed to favor Hindu-Muslim unity and a non-sectarian state Keer []: During the s Savarkar's 'Hindutva' was co opted by M. Golwalkar, the leader of the RSS Alter This organization, which played no significant role in the freedom movement, is distinguished by an antagonism to non-Hindus that at its worst is tantamount to fascism.

Non-Hindus in India, wrote Golwalkar, must 'adopt the Hindu culture and language, must learn to respect and hold in reverence Hindu religion, must entertain no idea but the glorification of Hindu race and culture' They must live 'wholly subordinated to the Hindu nation, claiming nothing, deserving no privileges, far less any preferential treatment?

The contemporary Hindu right wing has numerous points of similarity to the freedom-movement-era religious nationalism of Bengal and elsewhere; but the similarities are superficial while the points of difference are deep. But their definition of Hinduism is exclusive rather than universalistic, political rather than spiritual.

Golwalkar's Bunch of thoughts contains references to spiritual figures like Vivekananda and his guru Ramakrishna a ironic choice Ramakrishna's and endorse given practice ment of Muslim s? What is centrally important to Golwalkar and spokesmen of the contemporary Hindu Right is that India be recognized as a Hindu state. This was the origin of the political or syndicated Hinduism of the Hindu Right. Savarkar and Golwalkar made this political creed sufficiently broad to include Hindus of all sects?

In contrast to this, Bengali religious nationalism was based on living spiri tuality and inclusiveness. Whatever one might think of the opinions of Vivek ananda, Bipinchandra, and Aurobindo, they were genuinely spiritual men.

Vivekananda made some utterances that suggest an affinity with the notion of syndicated Hinduism [], 3: , but Bipinchandra and Aurobindo rejected it as a political device. He saw the interaction of Hindu and Muslim culture in India as an opportunity for the development of 'a greater spiritual principle and formation which could reconcile the two or a political patriotism surmounting the religious struggle and uniting the two communities' Aurobindo , Bipinchandra saw the interaction in terms of his notion of composite nationality: 'the Hindu must continue to be a Hindu All that is central to the Hindu Right?

To assert in spite of this that the Hindu Right descends directly from Bengali religious nationalism because some general notions of the RSS-VHP-BJP combine are found in the thought of Vivekananda, Aurobindo, and others is to commit the genetic fallacy. Golwalkar is no more the direct descendent of Vivekananda than Mussolini is of Mazzini or Zhirinovskii of Khomiakov. References died Alter, Joseph S.

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Srila Prabhupada Lilamrta, Bengali

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Srila Prabhupada Lilamrta, Bengali

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In the name of religions. Religion and politics: Verging on the postmodern. Alternatives 8: Forman, Robert K. C, ed. The problem of pure consciousness: Mysticism and philosophy. New York: Oxford University Press. Gokhale papers. National Archives of India microfilm. Golwalkar, M. We or our nationhood defined. Bunch of thoughts. Bangalore: Vikrama Prakashan. Political department, confidential files. Government of India. Home department, political files. Series A, October. Hobsbawm, Eric J.

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Asian survey Markova, Dagmar. Contemporary problems of Indian secularism in practice. Archiv Orientami Mazzini, Joseph. The duties of man and other essays trans.

Thomas Okey. London: J. Mookerji, Radhakumud.

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The fundamental unity of India. London: Longmans. Mukhia, Harbans. Communalism: A study in its socio-historical perspective. Social scientist 1: Nandy, Ashis. The politics of secularism and the recovery of religious tolerance. Nevinson, Henry W. The new spirit in India.

London: Harper. Pal, The new spirit. Pal, Bipinchandra. Pro-Mahamedan policy: The larger evil or the greater good. Karmayogin 1,1: Writings and speeches. Calcutta: Yugayatri. The soul of India: A constructive study of Indian thoughts and ideals. An introduction to the study of Hinduism. Pandey, Gyanendra. In defense of the fragment: Writing about Hindu-Muslim riots in India today. Representations Which of us are Hindus? Pandey, ed.He saw the interaction of Hindu and Muslim culture in India as an opportunity for the development of 'a greater spiritual principle and formation which could reconcile the two or a political patriotism surmounting the religious struggle and uniting the two communities' Aurobindo , As a Brahmo of Hindu stock, he con cerned himself only with 'the Hindu aspect of the problem' of composite nation ality.

In defense of the fragment: Writing about Hindu-Muslim riots in India today. Indian unrest. Vivek ananda , 3 []: , who held the same belief, justified it by asserting that Ved? There is more to life than just living.