Maharana Pratap: Mewar's Rebel King - download pdf or read online

By Brishti Bandyopadhyay

Within the villages of Rajasthan, there are nonetheless hardy, previous, weather-beaten males whose eyes fill with tears as they bear in mind the problems confronted via Maharana Pratap, their indomitable hero, in not easy Akbar, the main strong emperor of the time. within the current global of realpolitik, Maharana Pratap's struggles opposed to the Mughals could might be look inconsequential. notwithstanding, this couldn't be farther from the reality: Maharana Pratap has encouraged rulers on account that he fought opposed to the Mughal emperor over part a millennia in the past. within the early thirties of the final century, the innovative Surjya Sen invoked the identify of this mythical courageous warrior to evoke his fans whereas laying a siege after which ransacking the Chittagong armoury of the British.

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3 I do justify entire non-violence, and consider it possible in relation between man and man and nation and nation; but it is not ‘a resignation from all real fighting against wickedness’. On the contrary, the non-violence of my conception is a more active and more real fighting against wickedness than retaliation whose very nature is to increase wickedness. I contemplate a mental, and therefore a moral, opposition to immoralities. I seek entirely to blunt the edge of the tyrant’s sword, not by putting up against it a sharper-edged weapon, but by disappointing his expectation that I should be offering physical resistance.

The popular motion of bhakti is soft-heartedness, telling beads and the like, and disdaining to do even a loving service, lest the telling of beads, etc. might be interrupted. This bhakti, therefore, leaves the rosary only for eating, drinking and the like, never for grinding corn or nursing patients. But the Gita says: ‘No one has attained his goal without action. Even men like Janaka attained salvation through action. If even I were lazily to cease working, the world would perish. ’ While on the one hand it is beyond dispute that all action binds, on the other hand it is equally true that all living beings have to do some work, whether they will or no.

Desirelessness is obligatory. The Gita has sung the praises of Knowledge, but it is beyond the mere intellect; it is essentially addressed to the heart and capable of being understood by the heart. Therefore the Gita is not for those who have no faith. The author makes Krishna say: ‘Do not entrust this treasure to him who is without sacrifice, without devotion, without the desire for this teaching and who denies Me. On the other hand, those who will give this precious treasure to My devotees will, by the fact of this service, assuredly reach Me.

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