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Hindutva – Vinayak Damodar Savarkar

 

Vinayak Damodar Savarkar (May 28, 1883 – February 26, 1966) was an Indian pro-independence activist, politician as well as a poet, writer and playwright. He advocated dismantling the system of caste in Hindu culture, and reconversion of the converted Hindus back to Hindu religion. Savarkar coined the term Hindutva (Hinduness) to create a collective “Hindu” identity as an “imagined nation”. His political philosophy had the elements of Utilitarianism, Rationalism and Positivism, Humanism and Universalism, Pragmatism and Realism.

Bal Gangadhar Tilak’s recommendation helped get him a scholarship to London where he spent five years; in London he built a network of revolutionaries across Europe and helped provide the intellectual basis for the movement, revolutionaries like Bhagat Singh and Subhash Chandra Bose considered Savarkar as a figurehead of the revolution. Savarkar was held in immense esteem until before his imprisonment in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands.

“Strange as it may appear, Mr. Savarkar and Mr. Jinnah, instead of being opposed to each other on the one nation versus two nations issue, are in complete agreement about it. Both agree, not only agree but insist, that there are two nations in India—one the Muslim nation and the other the Hindu nation. They differ only as regards the terms and conditions on which the two nations should live. Mr. Jinnah says India should be cut up into two, Pakistan and Hindustan, the Muslim nation to occupy Pakistan and the Hindu nation to occupy Hindustan. Mr. Savarkar on the other hand insists that, although there are two nations in India, India shall not be divided into two parts, one for Muslims and the other for the Hindus; that the two nations shall dwell in one country and shall live under the mantle of one single constitution; that the constitution shall be such that the Hindu nation will be enabled to occupy a predominant position that is due to it and the Muslim nation made to live in the position of subordinate co-operation with the Hindu nation.”

A. On Hindutva

1. After all there is throughout this world so far as man is concerned but a single race – the human race, kept alive by one common blood, the human blood. All other talk is at best provisional, a makeshift and only relatively true. (…) Even as it is, not even the aborigines of the Andamans are without some sprinkling of the so-called Aryan blood in their veins and vice-versa. Truly speaking all that one can claim is that one has the blood of all mankind in one’s veins. The fundamental unity of man from pole to pole is true, all else only relatively so.

2. We yield to none in our love, admiration and respect for the Buddha-the Dharma-the Sangha. They are all ours. Their glories are ours and ours their failures.

3. We are all Hindus and own a common blood. Some of us are Jains and some Jangamas; but Jains or Jangamas—we are all Hindus and own a common blood. Some of us are monists, some, pantheists; some theists and some atheists. But monotheists or atheists—we are all Hindus and own a common blood. We are not only a nation, but a Jati , a born brotherhood. Nothing else counts, it is after all a question of heart. We feel that the same ancient blood that coursed through the veins of Ram and Krishna, Buddha and Mahavir, Nanak and Chaitanya, Basava and Madhava, of Rohidas and Tiruvelluvar courses throughout Hindudom from vein to vein, pulsates from heart to heart.

We feel we are a JATI, a race bound together by the dearest ties of blood and therefore it must be so.

4. Our Gods spoke in Sanskrit; our sages thought in Sanskrit, our poets wrote in Sanskrit. All that is best in us—the best thoughts, the best ideas, the best lines—seeks instinctively to clothe itself in Sanskrit. To millions it is still the language of their Gods; to others it is the language of their ancestors; to all it is the language par excellence; a common inheritance, a common treasure that enriches all the family of our sister languages.

5. One who considers this vast stretch of land called Bharat
From the Sindhu to the Sindhu (Indus to the Seas)
as his fatherland (or land of one’s ancestors) and holy land
is the one who will be termed and remembered as a Hindu.

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विनायक दामोदर सावरकर – हिंदुत्व

विनायक दामोदर सावरकर (28 मई, 1883 – 26 फरवरी, 1966) एक भारतीय स्वतंत्रता-समर्थक कार्यकर्ता, राजनीतिज्ञ के साथ-साथ कवि, लेखक और नाटककार भी थे। उन्होंने हिंदू संस्कृति में जाति की व्यवस्था को समाप्त करने, और परिवर्तित हिंदुओं को हिंदू धर्म में वापस लाने की वकालत की। सावरकर ने सामूहिक “हिंदू” पहचान को “काल्पनिक राष्ट्र” बनाने के लिए हिंदुत्व (हिंदुस्तान) शब्द गढ़ा। उनके राजनीतिक दर्शन में उपयोगितावाद, तर्कवाद और प्रत्यक्षवाद, मानवतावाद और सार्वभौमिकता, व्यावहारिकता और यथार्थवाद के तत्व थे।

बाल गंगाधर तिलक की सिफारिश ने उन्हें लंदन में एक छात्रवृत्ति प्राप्त करने में मदद की जहां उन्होंने पांच साल बिताए; लंदन में उन्होंने पूरे यूरोप में क्रांतिकारियों का एक नेटवर्क बनाया और आंदोलन के लिए बौद्धिक आधार प्रदान करने में मदद की, भगत सिंह और सुभाष चंद्र बोस जैसे क्रांतिकारियों ने सावरकर को क्रांति का एक आदर्श माना। सावरकर को अंडमान और निकोबार द्वीप में उनके कारावास से पहले अपार सम्मान में रखा गया था।

“अजीब रूप में यह प्रकट हो सकता है, श्री सावरकर और श्री जिन्ना, एक राष्ट्र बनाम दो राष्ट्रों के मुद्दे पर एक दूसरे के विरोध में होने के बजाय, इसके बारे में पूर्ण सहमति में हैं। दोनों सहमत हैं, न केवल सहमत हैं, बल्कि जोर देते हैं, कि वहाँ हैं। भारत में दो राष्ट्र- एक मुस्लिम राष्ट्र और दूसरा हिंदू राष्ट्र। वे केवल उन नियमों और शर्तों को मानते हैं जिन पर दोनों राष्ट्रों को रहना चाहिए। श्री जिन्ना का कहना है कि भारत को दो, पाकिस्तान और हिंदुस्तान में कट जाना चाहिए। मुस्लिम राष्ट्र पाकिस्तान और हिंदू राष्ट्र पर कब्जा करने के लिए हिंदुस्तान पर कब्जा करते हैं। श्री सावरकर ने जोर देकर कहा कि यद्यपि भारत में दो राष्ट्र हैं, भारत को दो भागों में नहीं बांटा जाएगा, एक मुसलमानों के लिए और दूसरा हिंदुओं के लिए; यह कि दो राष्ट्र एक देश में बसेंगे और एक ही संविधान के दायरे में रहेंगे; संविधान ऐसा होगा कि हिंदू राष्ट्र एक प्रमुख स्थिति पर कब्जा करने के लिए सक्षम हो जाएगा जो उसके कारण है और मुस्लिम राष्ट्र रहने के लिए बना है। पी में हिंदू राष्ट्र के साथ अधीनस्थ सहयोग का कानून। ”

A. हिंदुत्व पर

1. आखिर इस दुनिया में अभी तक आदमी का संबंध है लेकिन एक ही दौड़ – मानव जाति, एक आम रक्त, मानव रक्त द्वारा जीवित रखा गया है। अन्य सभी बातें सर्वोत्तम अनंतिम, एक अस्थायी और केवल अपेक्षाकृत सही हैं। (…) जैसा कि यह भी है, अंडमान के आदिवासी भी अपनी नसों में तथाकथित आर्यन रक्त के कुछ छिड़काव के बिना नहीं हैं और इसके विपरीत। सच कहूं तो सभी यह दावा कर सकते हैं कि किसी की नसों में सभी मानव जाति का खून होता है। ध्रुव से ध्रुव तक की मनुष्य की मौलिक एकता सत्य है, बाकी सब केवल इतना ही है।

2. हम बुद्ध-धर्म-संघ के लिए अपने प्यार, प्रशंसा और सम्मान के लिए नहीं। वे सब हमारे हैं। उनकी महिमा हमारी है और हमारी असफलताएं।
हिंदुत्व,

3. हम सभी हिंदू हैं और एक आम खून के मालिक हैं। हम में से कुछ जैन हैं और कुछ जंगम हैं; लेकिन जैन या जंगम-हम सभी हिंदू हैं और एक आम खून के मालिक हैं। हम में से कुछ मोनिस्ट हैं, कुछ, पेंटीहिस्ट; कुछ आस्तिक और कुछ नास्तिक। लेकिन एकेश्वरवादी या नास्तिक – हम सभी हिंदू हैं और एक आम खून के मालिक हैं। हम न केवल एक राष्ट्र हैं, बल्कि एक जाति, एक जन्मजात भाईचारा है। कुछ और नहीं मायने रखता है, यह सब दिल के सवाल के बाद है। हमें लगता है कि वही प्राचीन रक्त जो राम और कृष्ण, बुद्ध और महावीर, नसक और चैतन्य, बासवा और माधव, रोहिदास और तिरूवेल्लुवार के पाठ्यक्रम में शिराओं से लेकर शिराओं तक शिराओं से लेकर शिराओं तक, हृदय से हृदय तक धड़कता है।

हमें लगता है कि हम एक जाट जाति हैं, जो रक्त के सबसे प्यारे संबंधों द्वारा एक साथ बंधी हुई है और इसलिए ऐसा होना चाहिए।

4. हमारे देवता संस्कृत में बोलते थे; हमारे ऋषियों ने संस्कृत में सोचा, हमारे कवियों ने संस्कृत में लिखा। वह सब जो हमारे लिए सबसे अच्छा है – सबसे अच्छा विचार, सबसे अच्छा विचार, सबसे अच्छी पंक्तियाँ – जो सहज रूप से संस्कृत में खुद को समेटना चाहता है। लाखों लोगों के लिए यह अभी भी उनके देवताओं की भाषा है; दूसरों के लिए यह उनके पूर्वजों की भाषा है; सभी के लिए यह भाषा की उत्कृष्टता है; एक सामान्य विरासत, एक सामान्य खजाना जो हमारी बहन भाषाओं के सभी परिवार को समृद्ध करता है।

5. जो भारतनामक भूमि के इस विशाल खंडमानता है
से सिंधु से सिंधु (समुद्र तक सिंधु)) के
को अपनी जन्मभूमि (या अपने पूर्वजों की भूमिरूप मेंऔर पवित्र भूमि
वह है जिसे हिंदू कहा जाता है और याद किया जाएगा।

વિનાયક દામોદર સાવરકરના પુસ્તકો ડાઉનલોડ કરો – ગુજરાતી
pdf 1. Download Hindutva – Vinayak Damodar Savarkar – Gujarati
pdf 2. Download Hindutva, Who is a Hindu? – Vinayak Damodar Savarkar – Gujarati
pdf 3. Download Hindutva – Vinayak Damodar Savarkar – Gujarati

विनायक दामोदर सावरकर की पुस्तकें डाउनलोड करें
pdf 1. Download Hindutva – Vinayak Damodar Savarkar – Hindi
pdf 2. Download Hindutva, Who is a Hindu? – Vinayak Damodar Savarkar – Hindi
pdf 3. Download Hindutva – Vinayak Damodar Savarkar – Hindi

विनायक दामोदर सावरकरांची पुस्तके डाउनलोड करा
pdf 1. Download Hindutva – Vinayak Damodar Savarkar – Marathi
pdf 2. Download Hindutva, Who is a Hindu? – Vinayak Damodar Savarkar – Marathi
pdf 3. Download Hindutva – Vinayak Damodar Savarkar – Marathi

ਵਿਨਾਇਕ ਦਾਮੋਦਰ ਸਾਵਰਕਰ ਦੀਆਂ ਕਿਤਾਬਾਂ ਡਾ Download ਨਲੋਡ ਕਰੋ
pdf 1. Download Hindutva – Vinayak Damodar Savarkar – Punjabi
pdf 2. Download Hindutva, Who is a Hindu? – Vinayak Damodar Savarkar – Punjabi
pdf 3. Download Hindutva – Vinayak Damodar Savarkar – Punjabi

விநாயக் தாமோதர் சாவர்க்கர் புத்தகங்களைப் பதிவிறக்குங்கள்
pdf 1. Download Hindutva – Vinayak Damodar Savarkar – Tamil
pdf 2. Download Hindutva, Who is a Hindu? – Vinayak Damodar Savarkar – Tamil
pdf 3. Download Hindutva – Vinayak Damodar Savarkar – Tamil

వినయక్ దామోదర్ సావర్కర్ రాసిన పుస్తకాలు
pdf 1. Download Hindutva – Vinayak Damodar Savarkar – Telugu
pdf 2. Download Hindutva, Who is a Hindu? – Vinayak Damodar Savarkar – Telugu
pdf 3. Download Hindutva – Vinayak Damodar Savarkar – Telugu

विनायक दामोदर सावरकर की पुस्तकें डाउनलोड करें – Bengali
pdf 1. Download Hindutva – Vinayak Damodar Savarkar – Bengali
pdf 2. Download Hindutva, Who is a Hindu? – Vinayak Damodar Savarkar – Bengali
pdf 3. Download Hindutva – Vinayak Damodar Savarkar – Bengali


 

Urgent Action needed for protecting villages from rising sea levels because of Global Warming(Sea Barrier Conservation Project)

 


 

A. Introduction

An extensive portion of the land alongside the sea at Dandi and further south along the coastline in the Kantha Vibhag area has a problem of sea erosion and sea water overflowing into agricultural lands and over time this area has become unusable because of the saltiness of the land (know as Khanjar). This will continue to be a bigger problem because of rising oceans. Seasonal Monsoon flooding is another problem that has to be addressed, flooding in the villages during the rainy season disrupts life and it takes months to recover, proper draining and preparedness for the annual rains will alleviate the issue.

There is now an increasing need to protect the coastline and inner areas of our gams from sea water and erosion, especially because of rising waters due to global warming. Sea Water that has been flowing into the Khanjar areas over the years has been turning good arable farm land into unusable land caused by salty sea water and sea erosion. This can readily be reversed by erecting natural sea barriers where sea water overflows into the land in the form of sand and rock barriers and mangrove vegetation. Fish farmers who currently use sea water can continue doing so by piping sea water to the required pond areas.

Any solutions implemented should take into consideration monsoon rains together with the problems of drainage and runoff of much needed fresh water into the sea, it may be desirable to store this water perhaps in a lake. A feasibility study of all possible solutions should be presented before any project is started, this will all be done with the help and collaboration of the regional government departments.

As part of the Tree Planting Project, thousands of trees should be planted on the Dandi coastline as protection against natural calamities like cyclone, hurricane, Tsunami, etc.

B. Key Issues

– Severe sea erosion problems in some areas on the beachfront and further inland
– Sea levels rising every year due to climate change
– the solution of P.P. Gabions is not suitable
– Protection by using tetrapod mays be part of the solution, though high cost may be an issue
– If protection work is carried out by larger size stones, Gabions, Tetrapods, Beach will loose its
natural beauty
– a study needs to be conducted before a solution is implemented
– requires a permanent long term solution
– time is of the essence, if the government is unable to help with a timely solution then a community funded solution will be the only alternative.

C. Potential Solutions and Opportunities

The one solution is to put up barriers that will prevent sea water from overflowing into land areas, these barriers should be as high as the height of the highest watermark during high tide multiplied by two, this will ensure a permanent long term solution. Routine maintenance has to be planned on a periodic basis, perhaps quarterly to ensure that the barriers are not compromised due to soil erosion and wave action.

Land Reclamation – preventing sea water from overflowing into the area and reversing the saltiness of the Khanjar area will suddenly make hundreds of acres of land available for farming and other non-agricultural uses.

D. Challenges

1. Currently, sea water is used by the fishing industry in ponds, continuation of this supply is necessary by providing piping from the coastal area to the inland ponds on a limited basis.
2. Funding for the project
3. If nothing is done then there is a threat the entre Kantha Vibhag area may be overrun with sea water and it will result in loss of farmland and habitat.

E. Project Implementation

– All work that has to be done should be conducted with the help and permission of the relevant government authorities.
– A detailed project plan and timeline should be established
– Proper project management and controls to be in place

 
pdf 1. Download Kantha Vibhag Sea Barrier Project – English
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National Jal Shakti Abhiyan Project


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. Proposed Hotel and Supermarket Project


pdf 1. Download Gam Development Report – English

pdf 2. Download Gam Development Report – Gujarati

pdf 3. Download Kantha Vibhag Friendship Trust Report

pdf 4. Download Brief History of Koli Samaj

pdf 5. Download Health and Healing, a series of articles on the Science of Health and Healing by Dr. Devananda Tandavan


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pdf 2. Download 11 Vows of Gandhi

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Purpose of the Website:

    1. First and foremost, is to recognize our roots and rich culture and heritage and social and community practices which is prevalent in all our communities around the world..
    2. Valuing and drawing up existing knowledge, skills and talents of the members of the Mandhata Community Globally.
    3.  Networking with each other, helping and guiding members and affiliated associations to optimise their abilities in order to fulfil set objectives.
    4. Addressing specific issues on their own merits and proven experiences.
    5. Develop and enhance the quality of life in our village areas in India by promoting education and development in all spheres of life.
    6. Record and Archive our roots and heritage and make it available globally.
    7. Promote Hindu Religious, Spiritual, Cultural and Social Practices
    8. Recognize and acknowledge achievements by our people around the world.
    9. Network and share Best Practices to ensure a peaceful and sustainable future for our communities around the world by living in harmony with people and nature and to protect the environment.
    10. Make positive contributions to society in general and to all the people and countries that we live in, around the world

[n.b. If you would like to contribute material for the site (photos or documents) or to become an Editor, please send a message to the email account mandhataglobal@gmail.com.]

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Mandhata Community – Who are they ???

Mandhata Community refers to all the Koli Patel Community people who originate from the Navsari District of South Gujarat in India who migrated to various overseas countries.

The first Koli Patel immigrants from Navsari District are recorded to have sailed for South Africa in 1860. Over the years since then many more joined them. Others traveled to Fiji and then to New Zealand as early as 1902. During the War years and later large numbers traveled to East Africa.

Initially they came to work on the plantations and to build roads and railways. As years passed the vast majority of them settled in the countries where they worked. The first immigrants were all young men who went back to their local villages to get married and return to be followed by their wives a little later.

It is these immigrants who identified themselves as Mandhata Community. It is estimated that they number over a hundred thousand. UK has over 40,000 settled mainly in large cities and are now involved in almost all professions and in every industry, as in other countries too.

A vast number of us settled overseas are now sixth and seventh generation. Even the later arrivals boast third and forth generation. Yet we have continued close relationship with our extended families in India. Most of us visit regularly and many have built homes on their ancestral land.

This site highlights the history and life of the Mandhata Patel Community.

Site Specifics

This site has been built using a web content management framework, this will enable many people around the world to contribute content without any programming skills, all that is required is basic computer skills, this will ensure that content is contibuted by our communities around the world and also will ensure independance, so that no one person is tasked with the responsibility of maintaining the site. If you’d like to become a contributor, simply send an eMail message to our group email address, mandhataglobal.com. (exclude the period).

The site has been kept as simple as possible. Anyone with a basic knowledge of computing and internet will be able to interact. We are aware that a large number of you have a fund of knowledge to contribute to this site so that it can become a comprehensive repository of our history and heritage illustrated in words and pictures. In years to come this site would develop into a resource that our coming generations would refer to learn about their roots. We invite you to volunteer yourself as an administrator.

This site will be bilingual. We shall use English and Gujarati to reach as many of our people as possible.

On this site you will be able to read shorter articles in full, and where need be a .pdf version to copy. Large articles and other printed material will be in .pdf format for copying and printing.

 History

Preamble

When in the quiet of the night the question arises in your mind as to who your forefathers were? Where did they come from? How did they live? And you desperately want to explore your roots, this website may help you..

Perhaps the obvious starting point of this inquiry could be our own first hand knowledge of the stories told by our fathers and grandfathers of their experiences in their villages and how they made it to the foreign lands all over the world.

From their own lips we have heard how a few young men from the villages found construction jobs building railways in Surat and other nearby cities. Back in village for holidays their offers of help led more youths to join them. At work they came in contact with other peoples and particularly the English who valued their construction knowledge. This broadened their horizon. When opportunities came their way to work for railways in East Africa, plantations in South Africa and New Zealand many volunteered and packed their bags.

From their own lips we have heard how a few young men from the villages found construction jobs building railways in Surat and other nearby cities. Back in village for holidays their offers of help led more youths to join them. At work they came in contact with other peoples and particularly the English who valued their construction knowledge. This broadened their horizon. When opportunities came their way to work for railways in East Africa, plantations in South Africa and New Zealand many volunteered and packed their bags.

My paternal and maternal grandfathers both came to Mombasa, in East Africa to work on the Railways in 1919/21. They were perhaps among the first there and in their own words life was terrible. They lived in tents and were always in fear of the wild animals. For the first year or two they survived on boiled lentils with some pepper and salt. Later they grew chillies and ginger. Apart from bhajan singing in the dim light of a lantern, other entertainment was zero. Life in South Africa or New Zealand was no different. This was soon after the First World War period. Political power struggle was intense among the European powers and British were digging in wherever they went.

Period prior to the Second World War was the 2nd wave of immigration for our people. Passports were easily available and hundreds of youths leaving their families behind boarded sea-going clippers and left in search of a better life. A number of them perished and for the many who made it, life was very, very hard in every respect. Homesickness gripped many.

Read further about our History in the articles below.

 1. Read/Download the story of India’s Historic People by Keshavbhai J Patel.

 2. Read/Download the Early Katha Migration in Gujarati by Maganbhai B Karadia

 3. Read/Download ‘Our Finest Patriotic Years by Maganbhai B Karadia

 4. Read/Download ‘Koli Samaj, a Historical Perspective’ by Dr. Arjun Patel

5. Read/Download ‘ History of Koli/Kori/Mandhata People’

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Sultanpur – Migrating Flamingos

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Coastal Area near Dandi

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Bridge near Aatgam

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School Children during Assembly – Karadi School

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School Children – Republic Day Celebrations

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Youth Leadership and Educational Seminar

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 Shree Amratbhai Jerambhai Patel (in blue Shirt) And Shreemati Taraben Amratbhai Patel of Machhad are residents in USA. Both are generous donors of our Samaj. They visit Gam almost every year and sponsor a number of project in Machhad, other Kantha Vibhag gams. They are particularly interested in educational projects which we organise year after year. Their generous sponsorship help students with scholarships and various educational seminars for the students.  This Leadership Seminar was hosted by them and was held on 12th April 2014.

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Babubhai Patel UK (MBE) Residence in Avdafalia

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