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Wednesday, August 26, 2020

Contribution of Swami Vivekanand in upliftment of indian society

Swami Vivekananda though originally a monk. Those who tried to spread monotheism in the world by giving scientific form, but the patriotism and blood shedding spirit of the nation of India could not confine them to intellectual controversy and practice. Like Swami Dayanand, Vivekananda too is willing to break the stereotypes of Indian society and change social
Vivekananda had not done any classical study of Sociology or Indian Sociology, yet the depth of his analysis of Indian society and varna-caste system can be easily estimated by looking at it. His theory of India's 'caste cycle' is an example of this. According to this theory, three qualities Sattva, Rajas and Tamas are universally found in humans. Although their quantity varies from person to person. These three qualities are eternal
He has appeared in the form of four varnas - Brahmin, Kshatriya, Vaishya, Shudra.
According to Vivekananda, world history is a witness to the fact that these four categories have gained political and social powers over time. In ancient civilizations, the society met the guiding priest or Brahmin class. This was followed by the rise of the Kshatriya class, which established the autocratic monarchy or the Dhanik Samanti system. In modern nations of which England is dominant, the Vaishya class took over the power to control society through trade and commerce. Priesthood
He uplifted the Kshatriya class and both the priest and Kshatriya cast Vaisya class in front of their financial prosperity. Shudra status
Remained the same. According to Vivekananda, the division of society into 4 varnas signifies an ideal social system. Brahmin priests rule knowledge and
Science is for progress. The job of a Kshatriya is to maintain order. The Vaishya represents commerce and contributes to the spread of knowledge through trade. Shudra symbolizes the victory of Samata.

Due to faith in the chromatic division of the society, sometimes it seems that Vivekananda is a supporter of the archaic system. But it should also be remembered that Swami Vivekananda also contributed towards social reform. He continued to protest against the oppression of Harijans under the Varna system throughout his life. He introduced the Dalit as 'Daridranarayana' and introduced the European civilization and culture in the then Indian society. Swamiji was totally opposed to it. His idea was that we should develop in harmony with our nature.
The institutions of each country are the result of the social environment, traditions and customs there. We also have some traditions and historical
Are beliefs. We should develop according to them.
Vivekananda revolutionized the social, economic and religious evils that hampered the development of the individual and the entirety of the society.
Variation - discrimination, insult of women and the disharmony of the public should be the aim of whatever program is adopted in India, prevention of poverty,
To provide high status to women and to empower caste system.
Through socialization of education, social distribution and education of the arhats, all the evils which have made the roots of Indian society hollow. Everybody needs power for the poor, the ignorant and the misdemeanors and no one else can give as much power as they can.
Ultimately, education will create a strong public opinion on the basis of which the law will be created and the burden of every shoulder of equal distribution of resources will be lightened. Although Vivekananda has been accused in many ways, Vivekananda's contribution in the revival of India is very important.

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