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Greetings to Young India. Messages of Cultural and Social Reconstruction

1927

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No however in the sense that neither the inspiration of Greece and Ronte nor the contributions of the feudal-catholic epochs have hardly been of any substantial significance in the making of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. [...] He was received everywhere as a distinguished representative of the intellectual life of the orient" and in the words of the Columbia University insiitute Bulletin s "an authority in the interpretation of Hindu culture from the standpoint of world thought and in the perspective of developments in Europe and America." Works in Bengali Mr. [...] It will tend in the first place to create a more reasonable and sympathetic understanding of Western institutions and theories among my countrymen and in the second place to help foward the appreciation of the energistic and constructive tendencies in the character and sentiments of the Indian people among the foreign nations. [...] Sarkar concluding said : "It is internationalism the spirit of a manly fraternising with other nations the attitude of a humanistic give and take in regard to the goods and ideals of foreign peoples the desire and capability to utilise the varied world-forces in the interest of one's own development that will place India on the path of increasing wealth strength freedom and deniocracy." To or [...] We have to be on the look out for new slogans and articles of faith."( 24 ) An objective methodology the desideratum One of the greatest needs of the hour is the emancipation of our intellect from the tyranny of platitudes.

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Cover i-iii Benoy Sarkar

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Frontmatter i-xxii Benoy Sarkar

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Chapter I. Cultural Sympathy between 1-5 Benoy Sarkar

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Chapter II. Cultural Contact Supreme Need for India* 6-9 Benoy Sarkar

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Chapter III. Foreign Policy of Young India* 10-12 Benoy Sarkar

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Chapter IV. Impressions of Bombay* 13-18 Benoy Sarkar

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Chapter V. India’s National Regeneration* 19-24 Benoy Sarkar

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Chapter VI. Is Europe Doomed ? * 25-27 Benoy Sarkar

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Chapter VII. Tendencies of Modern Indian Artists * 28-34 Benoy Sarkar

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Chapter VIII. India’s Economic Problems * 35-39 Benoy Sarkar

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Chapter IX. Economic Development for India 40-42 Benoy Sarkar

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Chapter X. Economics and Journalism * 43-63 Benoy Sarkar

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Chapter XI. India and Western Countries* 64-67 Benoy Sarkar

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Chapter XII. Empire Development and Economic India* 68-76 Benoy Sarkar

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Chapter XIII. Memorandum on Post-Graduate Studies 77-89 Benoy Sarkar

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Chapter XIV. Views on the Currency Report* 90-92 Benoy Sarkar

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Chapter XV. Machinery of National Welfare* 93-98 Benoy Sarkar

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Chapter XVI. East and West* 99-101 Benoy Sarkar

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Chapter XVII. New Orientations in Commerce* 102-114 Benoy Sarkar

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Chapter XVIII. India’s South African Question * 115-118 Benoy Sarkar

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Chapter XIX. The Philosophy of the Naughty* 119-125 Benoy Sarkar

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Chapter XX. What is Greater India ?* 126-129 Benoy Sarkar

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Chapter XXI. The Problems of Young China 130-139 Benoy Sarkar

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Chapter XXII. Indian Match Factories and Anti-Trust Legislation * 140-144 Benoy Sarkar

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Chapter XXIII. Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce * 145-148 Benoy Sarkar

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Chapter XXIV. Indian Mercantile Marine * 149-151 Benoy Sarkar

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Chapter XXV. Higher Exchange and Indian Agriculture * 152-155 Benoy Sarkar

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Chapter XXVI. Principles of Taxation * 156-158 Benoy Sarkar

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Chapter XXVII. International Finance and Indian Banking * 159-160 Benoy Sarkar

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Works in English 1-10 Benoy Sarkar

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SARF Document ID
sarf.144962

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