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विनम्र निवेदन (A Kind Request)
राष्ट्र व् विश्व में आध्यात्मिकता को आधुनिक विज्ञान के, सामाजिकता के परिप्रेक्ष्य में प्रस्तुतीकरण आज बहुत आवश्यक है। जिस प्रकार देश के व् विश्व के वामपंथी बुद्धिजीवी देश की ऐतिहासिकता, सांस्कृतिकता , परम्परा, से खिलवाड़ किये जा रहे है, नई पीढ़ी को अनर्गल प्रलाप के साथ बहकाया जा रहा है उसके लिए एक समग्र प्रयास अवश्य होना चाहिए । हमारे मित्र मंडल के सभी मित्रगण किसी न किसी तरह से वैयक्तिक व् सामूहिक रूप में यह कार्य कर भी रहे है ।
Presentation and projection of the true spirituality in the context of modern science, modern socio-philosophical way, throughout the nation and across the globe, is very much necessary today. The leftist, anti national, pseudo rational intellectuals of the country and the world are trying their best to divert the psychology of people towards wrong side and deteriorating the country’s history, custom & culture, tradition, polluting and misinterpreting the ancient scriptures. The new generation is being seduced with unrestrained delirium.
So there must be an integral effort for them to save the true spirituality, philosophy, custom & culture , ancient text (and its true meaning) of the nation.
मैं चाहता हूं कि एक ऐसा प्लेटफॉर्म भी हों जहां वैयक्तिक प्रयास को बिना प्रभावित किये हुए सब लोग साथ मिलकर भी एक प्रयास करें ।
I always wanted to create a worldwide open portal where we all can put our collective and positive effort to preserve this ancient heritage which were given by our seer sages from the time immemorial.
ऐसे ही उद्देश्य के लिए एक पोर्टल का निर्माण किया गया है जिसमे व् जिसके माध्यम से विश्व व् भारतीय इतिहास, संस्कृति, आधुनिक विज्ञान, भौतिकी, ब्रह्माण्ड भौतिकी, भाषा शास्त्र, तुलनात्मक भाषा शास्त्र, धर्म विज्ञानं, दर्शन शास्त्र, शैवागम, तंत्र व् आगम ग्रन्थ, वेदादि उपनिषद पुराण , भारतीय दर्शन, पाश्चात्य दर्शन , तुलनात्मक दर्शनशास्त्र , प्राचीन भारतीय पुरातत्व व् वास्तुकला व् समस्त भारतीय दार्शनिको व् सभी मत मतान्तरों व् पथ के विद्वान् आचार्य के साहित्य लेखन सहित अन्य सभी विषयों पर आलेख व् विचारो का प्रस्तुतिकरण किया जायेगा ।
For the very same purpose a web portal has been created by which we shall analyse and put the articles from a very wide spectrum of knowledge including Indian History and Culture, Modern Science, Physics, Astrophysics, Lexicography, Philology, comparative philology, Theology, Philosophy (Oriental as well as Occidental), Shaivites Scripture, Tantra and Agama Scriptures, Vedas, Upanishads, Indian Philosophy, Comparative Philosophy, Ancient Archeology and works done and contributed by all indian acharya and philosophers of each and every sects of Inidan subcontinent.
हमारा उद्देश्य विचारो में क्रांति की अलख जगाने की है, सबसे युवा देश कहे जाने का गौरव तो प्राप्त है हमें परंतु हमारे राष्ट्र को स्वाबलंबी युवा, सशक्त युवा, विचारशील युवा, चरित्रवान युवा की आवश्यकता है, जिसके लिए कुविचारों के इस चक्रवात से टक्कर लेने के लिए सद्विचारों का तूफ़ान खड़ा करना होगा और आज के समय मे इंटरनेट का उपयोग इस कार्य के लिए अवश्य किया जा सकता है , किया जा भी रहा है।
भ्रष्ट व् विभाजनकारी बुद्धिजीवियों के चक्रव्यूह से आज के युवाओं को निकलना ही होगा । इसके लिए शुभस्य शीघ्रम के आधार पर ही कार्य करना होगा।
पोर्टल का नाम तत्वज्ञान परिषद ( The Republic of Philosophy ) है ।
Name of new Web portal is The Republic of Philosophy
जिन किन्ही भाई व् बहन को इस महती कार्य में अपना अमूल्य योगदान देने का मन हो मुझसे (firstname.lastname@example.org) अवश्य संपर्क करें , इस वेबसाइट की एक अलग user ID , password एवं email id दी जायेगी जिसका प्रयोग केवल इसके लिए किया जा सकता है । जो व्यक्ति निरंतर योगदान देना चाहते हैं उनके लिए यह आवश्यक है , इसके माध्यम से वे स्वयं ही अपने स्वतंत्र नाम से ही इस वेबसाइट पर अपने आलेख प्रकाशित कर पाएंगे ।
Whoever want to contribute their articles related to aforementioned subjects may contact me on my email ID email@example.com. For this we shall provide a unique separate email ID and USer Id and password to login on that portal so that you will be able to publish your own article on your own name.
अधिक नहीं महीने में , सप्ताह में बस एक घंटे का समय इस कार्य के लिए निकाला जा सकता है ।
जो भाई यदा कदा सहयोग देना चाहते हैं वे निम्नलिखित email पर अपने आलेख भेज सकते हैं
The Person who can not contribute regularly can send their article on below mail Id, we shall publish that by their name
किसी अन्य सुझाव , सलाह, विचार विमर्श, या शिकायत के लिए मुझसे संपर्क किया जा सकता है ।
For any further suggestion, improvement and complaints, feel free to contact me
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All articles of this blog have been migrated to that site also and this blog may suspend for further access for security reasons.
If we consider the past of humanity so far as it is known to us, we find that the interesting periods of human life, the scenes in which it has been most richly lived and has left behind it the most precious fruits, were precisely those ages and countries in which humanity was able to organise itself in little independent centres acting intimately upon each other but not fused into a single unity. Modern Europe owes two-thirds of its civilisation to three such supreme moments of human history, the religious life of the congeries of tribes which called itself Israel and, subsequently, of the little nation of the Jews, the many-sided life of the small Greek city states, the similar, though more restricted artistic and intellectual life of mediaeval Italy. Nor was any age in Asia so rich in energy, so well worth living in, so productive of the best and most enduring fruits as that heroic period of India when she was divided into small kingdoms, many of them no larger than a modern district. Her most wonderful activities, her most vigorous and enduring work, that which, if we had to make a choice, we should keep at the sacrifice of all else, belonged to that period; the second best came afterwards in larger, but still comparatively small nations and kingdoms like those of the Pallavas, Chalukyas, Pandyas, Cholas and Cheras. In comparison she received little from the greater empires that rose and fell within her borders, the Moghul, the Gupta or the Maurya—little indeed except political and administrative organisation, some fine art and literature and a certain amount of lasting work in other kinds, not always of the best quality. Their impulse was rather towards elaborate organisation than original, stimulating and creative.
Nevertheless, in this regime of the small city state or of regional cultures there was always a defect which compelled a tendency towards large organisations. The defect was a characteristic of impermanence, often of disorder, especially of defencelessness against the onslaught of larger organisations, even of an insufficient capacity for widespread material well-being. Therefore this earlier form of collective life tended to disappear and give place to the organisation of nations, kingdoms and empires.
And here we notice, first, that it is the groupments of smaller nations which have had the most intense life and not the huge States and colossal empires. Collective life diffusing itself in too vast spaces seems to lose intensity and productiveness. Europe has lived in England, France, the Netherlands, Spain, Italy, the small States of Germany—all her later civilisation and progress evolved itself there, not in the huge mass of the Holy Roman or the Russian Empire. We see a similar phenomenon in the social and political field when we compare the intense life and activity of Europe in its many nations acting richly upon each other, rapidly progressing by quick creative steps and sometimes by bounds, with the great masses of Asia, her long periods of immobility in which wars and revolutions seem to be small, temporary and usually unproductive episodes, her centuries of religious, philosophic and artistic reveries, her tendency towards an increasing isolation and a final stagnancy of the outward life.
Secondly, we note that in this organisation of nations and kingdoms those which have had the most vigorous life have gained it by a sort of artificial concentration of the vitality into some head, centre or capital, London, Paris, Rome. By this device Nature, while acquiring the benefits of a larger organisation and more perfect unity, preserves to some extent that equally precious power of fruitful concentration in a small space and into a closely packed activity which she had possessed in her more primitive system of the city state or petty kingdom. But this advantage was purchased by the condemnation of the rest of the organisation, the district, the provincial town, the village to a dull, petty and somnolent life in strange contrast with the vital intensity of the urbs or metropolis.
The Roman Empire is the historic example of an organisation of unity which transcended the limits of the nation, and its advantages and disadvantages are there perfectly typified. The advantages are admirable organisation, peace, widespread security, order and material well-being; the disadvantage is that the individual, the city, the region sacrifice their independent life and become mechanical parts of a machine; life loses its colour, richness, variety, freedom and victorious impulse towards creation. The organisation is great and admirable, but the individual dwindles and is overpowered and overshadowed; and eventually by the smallness and feebleness of the individual the huge organism inevitably and slowly loses even its great conservative vitality and dies of an increasing stagnation. Even while outwardly whole and untouched, the structure has become rotten and begins to crack and dissolve at the first shock from outside. Such organisations, such periods are immensely useful for conservation, even as the Roman Empire served to consolidate the gains of the rich centuries that preceded it. But they arrest life and growth.
We see, then, what is likely to happen if there were a social, administrative and political unification of mankind, such as some have begun to dream of nowadays. A tremendous organisation would be needed under which both individual and regional life would be crushed, dwarfed, deprived of their necessary freedom like a plant without rain and wind and sunlight, and this would mean for humanity, after perhaps one first outburst of satisfied and joyous activity, a long period of mere conservation, increasing stagnancy and ultimately decay.
Yet the unity of mankind is evidently a part of Nature’s eventual scheme and must come about. Only it must be under other conditions and with safeguards which will keep the race intact in the roots of its vitality, richly diverse in its oneness.
CWSA Vol.25 : The HUman Cycle, Ideal of Human Unity, Part 1, Ch. 1