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Manthan, the magazine for Hindu Revivalism is to be published again.

10 years later, RSS leader Nanaji’s journal, Manthan, revived.

Vasudha Venugopal | ET Bureau | New Delhi | Oct 25, 2017::  An academic-research journal on Indian indigenous thought, Manthan, started by RSS leader Nanaji Deshmukh, is going to be revived, ten years after it was discontinued.

A committee of BJP and RSS leaders is working on its revival. The first issue is expected next month and will focus on the literary works and thoughts of RSS leader Deen Dayal Upadhyay.

Started in the seventies, Manthan, which had several hundred subscribers till 2007, was discontinued due to financial crunch. The Narendra Modi government has been trying to popularise Upadhyay’s legacy like announcing schemes after him (like Antyodaya Anna Yojana).

Mahesh Chandra Sharma, chairman of Research and Development Foundation for Integral Humanism, said that he has written to the PM and BJP president Amit Shah on the journal being revived and both have supporting the move.

“The PM was a reader of Manthan. The journal had to be stopped because we had no money or space, but now we have managed to get the basic financing arranged,” Sharma said.

PM Narendra Modi in his response had said that he was aware of Manthan and the efforts made by Nanaji Deshmukh for it. “For preserving the nation’s traditional knowledge systems and for world progress research is very important,” he had noted.

The edition will also have nine essays on “refining the Indian democracy” by making the voter and the leader “principled and committed to the nation.” It also has a special on Upadhyay’s controversial death and how the enquiry was done in an inefficient way. The next two editions of Manthan will be focussed on Kashmir and Indian thought Paradigm.

It will also talk about how Deen Dayal had written opposed Chinese invasion of Tibet and had since 1959 written several articles anticipating the Chinese attack on India.

The first edition of Manthan will have articles by writers such as Vidya Niwas Mishra, Dayaprakash Sinha, Bhanupratap Shukla and KR Malkani on the “literary figure, poet, satirist and journalist” that Upadhyay was, Sharma said.

Upadhyay had authored books on Hindu ruler Chandragupta and saint Shankaracharya.

“Deen Dayal wrote for young adults in a language that was inspiring. He narrated the stories of how Chankaya groomed Chandragupta, was one of the first to take on foreign invaders, and on Shankaracharya who gave a unified cultural-religious identity to the nation, and established the mutts of hinduism,” Sharma said.

Dayaprakash Sinha, Bhanupratap Shukla and KR Malkani on the “literary figure, poet, satirist and journalist” that Upadhyay was, Sharma said. Upadhyay had authored books on Hindu ruler Chandragupta and saint Shankaracharya.

“Deen Dayal wrote for young adults in a language that was inspiring. He narrated the stories of how Chankaya groomed Chandragupta, was one of the first to take on foreign invaders, and on Shankaracharya who gave a unified cultural-religious identity to the nation, and established the mutts of hinduism,” Sharma said.

Dayaprakash Sinha, Bhanupratap Shukla and KR Malkani on the “literary figure, poet, satirist and journalist” that Upadhyay was, Sharma said.

Chandragupta and saint Shankaracharya. “Deen Dayal wrote for young adults in a language that was inspiring. He narrated the stories of how Chankaya groomed Chandragupta, was one of the first to take on foreign invaders, and on Shankaracharya who gave a unified cultural-religious identity to the nation, and established the mutts of hinduism,” Sharma said.

Manthan will focus on Upadhyay’s struggles to evict the Portuguese and French from India and attempts to free Kutch from Pakistani intruders, among others. Copies of Manthan will be sent to all universities and government offices. Manthan will talk about Upadhyay’s struggle to not let the then government “divide the country on language”.

“He believed that India was a nation, not a piece of land. Instead of a federal structure and creating a collection of states, he wanted one identity for the nation and strengthening of panchayats,” Sharma said.

Source: TOI.

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