Thoughts on economics and liberty

Golwalkar’s works (We: or our Nationhood Defined, and Bunch of Thoughts): PDF and Word – full text

This is placeholder for my ready access to Golwalkar’s works.

We: Our Nationhood Defined

Download PDF (Copy on my server – confirmed to be authentic from Shamshul Islam’s 2006 hardcopy book, that contains the original text) | Word (copy on my server)

“the foreign races in Hindusthan must either adopt the Hindu culture and language, must learn to respect and hold in reverence Hindu religion, must entertain no idea but those of the glorification of the Hindu race and culture, i.e., of the Hindu nation and must lose their separate existence to merge in the Hindu race, or may stay in the country, wholly subordinated to the Hindu Nation, claiming nothing, deserving no privileges, far less any preferential treatment – not even citizen’s rights.”

OTHER COPIES – basically unnecessary: Here is some kind of annotated copyAn OCRd version  | ANOTHER OCRd version (direct full text) | An OCRd version annotate by someone (OCRd version)

Note: RSS has officially disowned Golwalkar’s book

Bunch of Thoughts

Download PDF (Copy on my server – confirmed to be authentic from the archive.org edition) | Word (copy on my server)

Hindu-the Sacrificial Goat
The exhortation of the leaders did not stop at that. The Hindu was asked to ignore, even to submit meekly, to the vandalism and atrocities of the Muslims. In effect, he was told: “Forget all that the Muslims have done in the past and all that they are now doing to you. If your worshipping in the temple, or your taking out gods in procession in the streets irritates the Muslims, then don’t do it. If they carry away your wives and daughters, let them. Do not obstruct them. That would be violence!”

Others: PDF: From Archive.org1947 edition.

Word version: 1) Taken from the internet somewhere, 2) My OCRd version of the Archive.org PDF version.

Other writings

http://www.golwalkarguruji.org/

 

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