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Preface

The complete text of Integral Humanism is presented here. The ideas of Integral Humanism were propounded by the Late Deendhayal Upadhyaya, RSS member. Integral Humanism is the officially accepted philosophy of the Bharatiya Janata Party.

I have subdivided the text of the four chapters into smaller pieces for an easier read.

Read also AntiBJP's 'The Replies to Integral Humanism'.

—Maheshwar


Integral Humanism

BJP PHILOSOPHY

By:
Pandit Deendayal Upadhyaya

Integral Humanism, the guiding philosophy of the Bharatiya Janata Party, was first presented by Pandit Deendayal Upadhyaya in the form of four lectures delivered in Bombay on April 22-25, 1965.

Pandit Deendayal Upadhyaya was born on Sept. 12,1916, in a village in Rajasthan. He passed his Matriculation standing first class, first in the Ajmer Board Examinations, winning two gold medals. He again won two gold medals in Intermediate examination securing first rank. He did his B.A. in mathematics in first class.

Panditji joined the RSS in 1937 as one of the first few Swayamsevaks and rose to be its Joint Provincial Pracharak.

He joined the Jana Sangh in 1952 and was appointed its General Secretary, which post he retained till he became the President of the Party in 1967. After the death of Dr. Syama Prasad Mookherji he shouldered the responsibility of building up the party and he achieved a remarkable success in this onerous task.

Pandit Upadhyaya edited PANCHJANYA (Weekly) and SWADESH (Daily) from Lucknow. He has also written a drama CHANDRAGUPTA MAURYA in Hindi, and later wrote a Hindi biography of SHANKARACHARYA. He translated Marathi biography of Dr. Hedgewar, the founder of RSS.

His death in tragic circumstances on Feb. 11, 1968 is an irreplaceable loss to the country.

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