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Study on Azad's Vision and Mission | Original Article

Arati Ghosh*, Jayveer Singh, in Journal of Advances and Scholarly Researches in Allied Education | Multidisciplinary Academic Research


Solidarity is information and variety is obliviousness. Universal fraternity of man is the vital component of his patriotism. He put stock in uniformity and common participation among the countries. Universal fraternity can lay down a good foundation for itself just through strict amicability and social trade. He says that the rich countries should help helpless countries. Then, at that point, the global well disposed connection would be a reality since step by step unique strict faction are making struggle and annihilating the sensation of fraternity. Vivekananda trusted in the uniformity among all countries. He went against the British rule in India. Since all countries are equivalent, no one is better than another. No country has right to lead others. He never preferred conflict and triumph. Vivekananda lectured strict humanism as the premise of world solidarity. He said each individual is a piece of God. God is to be perceived by everybody. It is a not unexpected conviction that the assistance to humanity is administration to God. Everyone should help other individuals. Vivekananda's humanism depended on his mysticism. Spuitualism gave a personality to man and set up the uniformity of man. For him person is the best creation in the whole world. Human existence is generally valuable and significant. Man is better than any remaining being on the planet. Vivekananda says that religion is a science and each work ought to be made by the person to set up reality. Each individual has right to apply his motivation to know reality. He said the idea of adhikarvad, distance, concealment of ladies' right are all against the orders of a cultivated society or country or the lessons of religions. Azad appended extraordinary significance to collective congruity and to him Hindu-Muslim solidarity was fundamental for bringing opportunity. While tending to a commonplace gathering of the Khilafat Movement at Agra on 25 October, 1921, he alluded to Hindu-Muslim participation as the pledge of the Prophet Mohammad, entered between the Muslims and different occupants of Medmah to build up a functioning partnership for normal defence.Azad utilized the key expression 'Ummat-I-Wahidd' (single country) for a 'joint Hindu-Muslim Nation'. Maulana Azad was basically a strict man yet he was objective, liberal and modem in his thinkmg and logical and authentic in his viewpoint.