By Surendranath Dasgupta
During this benchmark five-volume research, initially released among 1922 and 1955, Surendranath Dasgupta examines the significant colleges of suggestion that outline Indian philosophy. A unifying strength more than artwork, literature, faith, or technology, Professor Dasgupta describes philosophy because the most vital success of Indian notion, arguing that an knowing of its heritage is important to understand the importance and prospects of India's advanced tradition. quantity III bargains an exam of the Bhaskara university of philosophy, the Pancaratra, the Arvars, the Visistadvaita tuition of proposal, the philosophy of Yamunacarya, the Ramanuja institution of inspiration, Nimbarka's philosophy, the philosophy of Vijnana Bhiksu, and the philosophical speculations of a few of the chosen Puranas.
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Easy-going on the surface but restless underneath, Jawaharlal was waiting for something exciting to happen, something which could absorb him fully and tap all his latent energies. He did not possess Gandhi's faith, or his energy to create by himself a situation suited to his genius. He had to be led before he could lead. It was a chance combination of factors that produced a political situation which stirred J awaharlal into action. The outbreak of world war in 1914; the release ofTilak and the conclusion of Gandhi's South African satyagraha* in the same year; the Easter uprising of the Irish nationalists and the foundation of the Home Rule leagues in 1916: these were the factors which created in India an aggressive new political impulse and made available to the country a man who eventually gave to this impulse an identity, a purpose and a strategy.
However, a handful of young English-educated Muslim leaders, inside and outside the League, having come under the influence of pan-ls1amism, were becoming restive and hostile to British power. Pan-Islamic feelings were then generated by the entanglement of European powers in the Near and Middle East. The sensitive Muslim mind in India interpreted every conflict between a Christian and a Muslim power as a further onslaught of Christianity against Islam. The Ottoman Empire, the greatest surviving independent Muslim state, was what Islamic India turned to as an example.
But even with an organisation what could they do to achieve their vague objective, but pass resolutions and make angry speeches ? They opted for terrorism and conspiracy, which turned out to be even less effective. The king of the neighbouring Muslim state of Afghanistan was urged by letter either to attack India directly or to persuade Germany to attack her. Afghanistan did not attack until too late, in the first week of May 1919, and then mainly to strengthen the position of her new king by rallying round him the disaffected nobles and army.
A History of Indian Philosophy, Volume 2 by Surendranath Dasgupta