Essentials of Hindutva In Veer Savarkar wrote his seminal book Essentials of Hindutva in Ratnagiri Jail where he was kept for nearly two years after being brought to the Indian mainland from the Andamans It must be re

  • Title: Essentials of Hindutva
  • Author: Vinayak Damodar Savarkar
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 325
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • In 1923, Veer Savarkar wrote his seminal book Essentials of Hindutva in Ratnagiri Jail where he was kept for nearly two years after being brought to the Indian mainland from the Andamans It must be remembered that conditions in Ratnagiri Jail were so bad that Savarkar records that he considered committing suicide there.

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    1. Hindutva believes in the concept of Hindu nationalism wherein by modern day definitions, all Indian religious communities except Islam, Christianity and Parsis are Hindus and thereby India has always been a de facto Hindu nation Anyone whose ancestors are from Hindustan thereby making it their Pitrubhumi , their cultures and traditions are similar, acknowledges Hindu history Ramayana and Mahabharata and believes that Hindustan is their holy land of gods, thereby Punya Bhumi is defined as a Hindu [...]


    2. Wanted to understand Hindutva because of its relevance in current Indian polity and who better to read it from, than the pioneer himself The contrast between Hindutva and Hinduism is interesting and the essentials have been listed clearly However, can t help but notice that the author doesn t refer to spirituality at all while describing India which, I personally feel, is an incomplete picture Having read from Swami Vivekananda, there are contrasting opinions about multiple topics the decline of [...]


    3. There are parts where he is very good but there are parts where he seemed unrefined Although he presents his reasons clearly about the validity of a strong nationhood for developing a civilization, he seems to support certain things as necessary for it when they are clearly not for example birth based casteism, racism, etc He seems to neglect that there are less oppressive ways of developing a civilization As a historical critic, I find him very good But he seems to endorse the course of history [...]


    4. Totally support his view but it seems as if he is trying hard to write and it comes across in the confounding sentences The loquacious arguments could ve been hard hitting but the verbosity has somehow diluted their impact Nevertheless, he presents a concise history of India in a mere fifty pages and gives a pioneering idea as to what truly binds this nation.


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