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Explain the Ekatma-Manavavada (Integral Humanism).

Pandit Deendayal Upadhyaya has expressed the best views on the philosophy of Integral Humanism. Ideas of Integral Humanism even in today's era
It is as relevant as it was in his era. On Integral Humanism, he said that the society here is considered self-centered. States are an institution. Similar institutions like the state also arise from time to time. Every person is a part of each of these organizations. Just like I am a part of family, if there is caste system, I am also a part of it. If I have a business, I am part of that too. If you consider the whole of humanity in front of society, then I am also a part of it. If we consider this pasture world more than human, then I am also a part of it. The fact is that the object named person is not one-sided but multi-faceted but the important thing is that he can walk with mutual support, complementarity and unity in many parts. This person has got some qualities. A person who uses this property properly, who is happy and who cannot use it properly, will be sad. It will not grow well. Deendayal Upadhyay had a basic vision that Indian culture is holistic. It is also universal. There are thousands of suits in the world of the West. The world is deranged. The West lacks a clear vision. The same lack attracts the youth of India here. Everyone in America is looking towards India in a thirst for joy.

India has seen unity in the entire creation. Indian culture is therefore monolithic since time immemorial. According to Panditji, every particle of the universe has tradition. India has called it Advaita. India has considered mutual cooperation as the basic element in the development of civilization. In reality, it is only human philosophy. But this is called 'Integral Humanism'
That Panditji was the pinnacle of the Bharatiya Jana Sangh, the nationalist party of India. Pandit Deendayal Upadhyaya had also represented the goals of the all-round development of amalgamated human beings and Amudaya from Indian philosophy itself. Pandit Deendayal Upadhyaya believed that India would be the first in the world due to its cultural rites. The definitions of Integral Humanism established by him are more contemporary in the current perspective. He had said that a man can attain extreme happiness and glory. When a person pricks a fork in a part of a person's body, the mind is troubled; Wisdom directs the hand to reach the pinched area in a moment
Goes and tries to remove the thorn. This is a natural process. Generally, man, body, mind, intellect and soul worry about these four. Pandit Deendayal Upadhyaya termed this natural tendency of human beings as Integral Humanism. In contrast to the meaning, work and salvation, the dominant spirit of religion has manifested renunciation in place of indulgence, duty in place of authority and huge unity in place of narrow intolerance, with which we can stand with pride in the world. Integral human philosophy
The nation revives two defining characteristics of the element; Those are called 'Chiti' (the soul of the nation) and 'Virat' (the power that gives energy to the nation).


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