HINDU SOCIAL POLITY
espe 'Passaage to Hindu State' is an effort to present especially to the intellectuals and social activists of modern India a rational approach to the study of the features of the social polity of Ancient India.
First and foremost, we have to develop respect for Ancient India and not treat such respect as retrogade and indicating absence of a progressive outlook.
At the same time the champions of Indian culture should not while glorifying the past of India overlook the duty to present Ancient Indian culture and civilisation and social polity to the modern world in the language in which the latter wants to learn them.
Let me address the intelligentsia of modern India. Please get rid of the cliches and stereotypes that you have been fed on by the western Indologists.
Of course this does not mean that you are exhorted to absorb uncritically the ones floated by champions of what is termed by some as Hindutva.
Be boldly and rigorously rational. Neither undue adulation of the Hindu civilisation nor condenation of it as a bundle of contradictions will help us to comprehend the ancient Indian literature and lead us along the right lines.
Do not accept propaganda as valuable and respectable guide. Propaganda may carry away the masses. It should not be allowed to overwhelm the thinking of the activists.
The Vedas need to be honoured as valuable chronicles that unfold to us the socio-political developments of the three centuries preceding the Battle of Kurukshetra.
This battle took place five thousand years back (3100BC). It is wrong to accept the suggestion that it took place in 1440 BC. It did take place. It is not a fiction.
HINDU SOCIAL POLITY
PASSAGE TO HINDU STATE
SOCIAL POLICY AND SOCIAL POLITY
BOOK ONE: VEDIC POLITY
BOOKS TWO, THREE, FOUR
UPANISHADS AND HINDU POLITICAL SOCIOLOGY
BOOKS FIVE AND SIX
BRAHMA-SUTRAS OF BADARAYANA
PRINCIPLES OF NEO-VEDIC
BOOKS: SEVEN AND EIGHT
KRSHNA'S BHAGAVAD-GITA AS RAJAVIDYA
SCIENCE OF POLITY
BOOKS NINE, TEN, ELEVEN, TWELVE
DHARMARAJYA AND DHARMARAJA
LIBERAL SOCIAL WELFARE STATE
TRANSITION TO POST-VEDIC POLITY
BOOK THIRTEEN: BHISHMA AND RAJADHARMA
ETHICS AND POLITY
BOOKS FOURTEEN AND FIFTEEN
MANUSMRTI AS SOCIO-POLITICAL CONSTITUTION
SOCIAL POLITY AND INSTITUTION OF JUSTICE
KAUTILYA AND HINDU ECONOMIC STATE
HINDU STATE: Constitution and Features