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Modern Review May 1936

1936

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The spiritual mind of India regarded life as a manifestation of the self: the community was the body of the creator Brahma the people was a life body of Brahman in the samastal the collectivity; it was the collective Narayana as the individual was Brahman in the tryashti. [...] the separate sliva the individual Narayana; the king was the living representative of the Divine and the other orders of the community the natural powers of the collective self prakritayah. [...] The main function of the political sovereige the king and council and the other ruling members of the body politic was therefore td1erve and assist the maintenance of the sound law of life of the society; the sovereign was the guardian and administrator of the Dharma. [...] Each group was a co-partner with the others in the powers and duties of the communal existence; each executed its own laws and rules administered within its own proper limits but joined with the others in the discussion and the regulation of matters of a mutual or common interest and was represented in some way and to the degree of its importance in the general assemblies of the kingdom or empir [...] The life of the society was regarded not so much as an aim in itself in spite of the necessary specialization of parts of its system but in all parts and the whole as a great framework and training ground for the education of the human mind and soul and its development through the natural to the spiritual.

Title Pages Author/Editor
Indian Genius in Politics 483-487 Aurobindo

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Matthew Arnold 487-492 J. T. Sunderland

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Ramesvaram the Famous Centre of Pilgrimage of All India Fame 492-496 P. V. Ayyar

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Travellers in the Night 496-502 Sita Devi

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Economic Planning in Bengal 502-504 Radha Mukherjee

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Sir Tej Bahadur Sapru’s Report on Unemployment 504-505 Hira Chatterji

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Maniacal Ravings 506-507 K. Veeresalingam Pantulu

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Federal Finance and the Case for Bengal 508-516 B. Mukherjee

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Bratacharis in Baroda 516-521 B. Bhattacharyya

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Population Problem and Policy in India 521-524 unknown

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Dr.Rollier’s Sun School 525-528 Sudhindra Sinha

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Japan Shatters Philippine Independence Hope 529-530 James Wingo

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Comment & Criticism 530-530 unknown

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Sj. Subhas C. Bose—Under Regulation III of 1818 531-534 Satyendra Mitra

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“Baha ” The Santhal Sal-Blossom Festival 534-536 Charulal Mukherjee

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Seventh Hooghly District Library Conference 536-537 unknown

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Book Reviews 538-543 unknown

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The Politico-Economic Consequences of the India Act 544-554 D.H. Butani

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The Development of a System of Primary Education Based on the Indigenous System of Primary Education 554-558 unknown

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The Abolition of Untouchability 558-565 R. G. Pradhan

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The New Howrahh Bridge Contract 566-567 J. M. Ganguli

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Indian Womanhood 568-568 unknown

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Foreign Periodicals 569-573 unknown

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Indian Periodicals 574-578 unknown

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Notes 579-602 unknown

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government politics public policy

Pages
132
SARF Document ID
sarf.120016