Political Philosophy of Swami Vivekananda
The present work is a modest attempt to systematise Vivekanandas political ideas and preachings for the glorification of todays politics. It deals with a rich legacy of political ideas, conceived and believed by Vivekananda in the context of social, political and economic tendencies of his time. A careful study of Vivekanandas philosophy in preparing the ground for the politics of independence and giving the country a new political ideology through his re-interpretation of Vedanta and the Hindu religion. The present work is divided into five distinct chapters, the political, social and economic crisis, the early days of Swami, the concept of Vedanta, and the concept of his political ideas, besides preface and bibliography.
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