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2014 was the year when Indian civilization struck back!

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A brief political biography of modern india. Realignment and consolidation of hindu forces will start a new era, and restore the glory of India which had a 40% share of world trade, and a rich and thriving culture.
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Hindutva In The 21st Century

Excerpts from an article by Shri Rajaram; Link at the end. Hindutva is the tool to protect sanatana dharma.

[h=2]Dr. N.S. Rajaram is an Indian mathematician, notable for his publications on the Aryan Invasion debate, Indian history, and Christianity. Among his numerous books, the “The Dead Sea scrolls and the crisis of Christianity” is widely acclaimed.[/h]

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The rise of Hindutva is the most important phenomenon of the 21st century.

Indology | 29-04-2015
[h=2][/h]"Sri Aurobindo defined Indian nationalism inspiritual terms. He expressed it in public in his famous Uttarapara speech:
‘It is this dharma that I amraising up before the world, it is this that I have perfected and developedthrough the Rishis, saints and Avatars, and is now going forth to do my workamong the nations… When therefore it is said that India shall rise, it isSanatana Dharma that shall rise. When it is said that India shall be great, itis Sanatana Dharma that shall be great. When it is said that India shall expandand extend itself, it is Sanatana Dharma that shall expand and extend itselfall over the world. It is for the Dharma and by the Dharma that India exists… Isay no longer that nationalism is a creed, a religion, a faith; I say that it is the Sanatana Dharma which for us is thenationalism.’


The rise of Hindutva may prove to be the mostimportant phenomenon of the 21[SUP]st[/SUP] century. It is therefore ofgreat importance to understand its meaning and implication.
In the case of India, this roleis played by the Hindu Civilization founded on Sanatana Dharma. Hindutva is itspresent-day ideological offshoot.

At the same time Hinduism isincreasing in importance both nationally and internationally, with the ideologyknown as Hindutva gaining ground in India and abroad. There will soonbe a time when Hindutva will define India as a nation, just as democracydefines the United States.


First and foremost, Sanatana Dharma is anadi (withoutbeginning) and also a-paurusheya(without a human founder).

This spirit of freedom is the foundation ofHindutva.

Protecting and nurturing SanatanaDharma and the society founded on it is the responsibility of Hindutva.


After a long and dark period in its history,Hinduism is again on the rise. This is true in the national as well as thespiritual sense, for India cannot exist without its spiritual foundation.
The unity of India, rooted in her ancientculture, is of untold antiquity. Itmay have been divided at various times into smaller kingdoms, but the goal wasalways to be united under a ‘Chakravartin’ or a ‘Samrat’. There was always acultural unity even when it was politically divided. This cultural unity wasseriously damaged during the Medieval period, when India was engaged in astruggle for survival
The spiritual tradition of Sanatana Dharma,which we call Hinduism, includes the code of Raja Dharma and KshatraDharma needed to defend the nation. This is also part of Hindutva.This is needed to defend society against hostile forces seeking to destroysociety, especially its spiritual foundation.

Kshatra Dharma is everyone’s duty
So it is always necessary to havethe tools — both physical and intellectual — to protect this freedom. This partof Sanatana Dharma is called kshatra dharma. Those engagedin the defense of Sanatana Dharma are called kshatriyas. Politics,like warfare calls for the kshatriya spirit— to protect theweak and uphold values like freedom.


[h=2]Hindutva leads to spiritual nationalism[/h]Hindutva therefore is an outgrowth of Sanatana Dharma as well as an essential part of it. Its main goal is to serve, defend and nurture Sanatana Dharma. It is not an aggressive or imperialistic ideology. It seeks to destroy no one except those that want to destroy spiritual freedom, i.e., enemies of Sanatana Dharma.

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