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Defence of Hindu Society

Defence of Hindu Society
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Item Code: NAM192
Author: Sita Ram Goel
Publisher: Voice of India, New Delhi
Language: English
Edition: 2014
ISBN: 8185990247
Pages: 122
Cover: Paperback
Other Details: 8.5 inch x 5.5 inch
weight of the book: 165 gms
About The Author

Born in 1921, Sita Ram Goel took his M.A. in History in 1944, from the University of Delhi. He won scholarships and distinctions in school as well as college.

Well-versed in several languages, he had studied the literature, philosophy, religion, history and sociology of several cultures-ancient, medieval and modern. For his judgements and evaluations, however, he drew his inspiration from the Mahabbarata, the Suttapitaka, Plato and Sri Aurobindo.

He had written several documented studies on Communism, Soviet Russia, Red China, Christianity and Islam. Author of eight novels, he had translated into Hindi quite a few books from English, including some dialogue of Plato a biography of Shivaji. His other works include compilations from the Mahabbarata and the Suttapitaka.

Having become a convinced Communist by the time he came out of college, he turned against this criminal ideology in 1949 when he came to know what was happening inside Soviet Russia. From 1950 onwards he participated in a movement for informing the Indian people about the theory as well as the practice of Communism in Stalin’s Russia and Mao’s China. The numerous studies published the movement in the fifties exist in cold print in many libraries and can be consulted for finding out how the movement anticipated by many years the recent revelations about Communist regimes.

 

Contents

 

1 The Situation at Present 1
i My Diffidence 2
ii But My Heart Bleeds 3
iii Openness of Hindu Society 4
iv A Painful Sight 5
v The Brood of Hindu-Baiters 5
vi The Failures of Hinu Society 8
vii The First Principle of Defence 9
2 Sanatana Dharma Versus Prophetic Creeds 11
i Hindu Psychology of Surrender 12
ii Hindu Psychology of Imitation 13
iii The Way Out 14
iv A Free Society Versus a Closed Fraternity 14
v Spiritual Freedom VersusReligious Regimentation 16
vi Psychology of Closed Creeds 20
3 The Spiritual Centre of HinduSociety 22
i Three Sublimities of Sanatana Dharma 25
ii True and False Universalism 27
4 Hindu Spirituality Versus Monotheism 31
i Hostility to Hindu Psyche 34
ii Theology of Monotheism 35
iii Monotheism is Disguised Materialism 38
5 The Basis of Universal Spirituality 41
i Secret of Image-Worship 43
ii Plurality of Gods 44
iii The Physical and the Spiritual 45
iv The One God of Theology 47
v No Opposition Between One and Many 47
vi Opposition is Between True and False Worship 49
6 Revival of Universal Spirituality 52
i All Ancient Nations Worshipped Many Gods 52
ii Hindu Gods Provide a Link with All Ancient Gods 53
iii Return of Ancient Gods 55
iv Monotheism is Theology, not Spirituality 57
v Monstrosities of Monotheism 59
vi Piety without Universality is Poisonous 61
7 Starting Point of Universal Spirituality 63
i Theology Versus Spirituality 64
ii Hindu Concept of Man 67
iii The Mystic Quest is Universal 68
iv Subjugation of Mysticism to Theology 69
v Misinformation About Monotheistic Creeds 71
vi A Rescue Operation Needed 73
8 Christianity and Islam: Ideologies of Imperialism 75
i The Sufi as a Fanatic 77
ii The Christian Missionary and the Mystic 79
iii Politics Masquerading as Religion 81
iv Genesis and Character of Christianity 82
v Genesis and Character of Islam 85
vi The Mistake Made by Hindu Society 85
9 Character of Nehruvian Secularism 87
i Genesis of Secularism in Europe 90
ii Hindu Society has Always been Secular 91
iii The Rising Tide of Muslim Revivalism 92
iv Genesis of Secularism in India 95
v Sappers and Miners of Several Imperialisms 97
vi Hindus should Reject this sham Secularism 99
10 The Trap and Way Out 101
i Hindu Society Stands Trapped by its Own Slogan 106
ii The Way Out 109
  Index 112
     

 

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