In the early part of the twentieth century, Sri Aurobindo wrote: For this thing is written in the book of God and nothing can prevent it that the national life of India will meet and possess its divine and mighty destiny" Sri Aurobindo had taken an active part in the Freedom movement and on 15 August 1947, Indian got its freedom but it was a fissured freedom. On that very same day with regard to the partition, Sri Aurobindo said: "This must not be; the partition must go. Let us hope that this may come about naturally, by an increasing recognition of the necessity not only of peace and concord but of common action, by the practice of common action and the practice of common action and the creation of means for that purpose.
This book is an attempt to trace the political history of India from the ancient times to the modern day. It looks at the partial success and failure of unification in the past history of India and tries to analyse the causes of the failure. It is important to note a few points that have been stressed in the book.
Firstly, great importance has been given to the psychological and deeper cultural unity. No sound and lasting political unity can be build without this strong psychological foundation.
Secondly, this psychological oneness has to be manifested in the political system as well as in the religious field. Therefore suggestions have been made to bring about a national government and to move towards spirituality in order to harmonize all the religions in India. The aim of this book is to initiate a dialogue among all those who believe in the higher destiny of India to further the cause of unity and harmony in the subcontinent.
About the Author
Shri Kittu Reddy was born in the Anantapur district of Andhra Pradesh in 1936. his father was one of the first MLCs when he was elected as a member of the Swarajya Party in 1924. he is the nephew of Late Sanjiva Reddy, the former President of India.
Since 1987, he has been giving talks to the Indian army on Indian culture, the Mission of India and Motivation and Leadership. In 1994, at the request of General BC Joshi, who was then Chief of Army Staff, he moved over to Delhi for two years to help him in his work. He was appointed Adviser to the Army Welfare Education Society. After the passing away of General Hoshi, he worked closely with General Shankar Roy chowdhury, when he was the Chief of the Indian Army. Since then he was been in close touch with the Indian Army and has conducted workshops for the Indian air Force. The workshop deal with Motivation, Leadership and the Indian Nation. They have been held both in Pondicherry at Sri Aurobindo Ashram and at training centers of the Armed Forces. He has also written two books, one for the Indian army titled "Bravest of the Brave" and a very important book on history, named "History of India - A new Approach." In addition he has written a monograph entitled "Kargil, the manifestation of a deeper problem.
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