I think I can find time today to tweet on the conclusion of our description of the role of M.N.Roy with his modern perceptions that was creeping to alter our Dharma in the colonial era.
261. A similar concession is made in regard even to the ownership of industry.
262. For in view of ‘the industrial backwardness of our country, it may be necessary to advance gradually’ towards the goal of abolishing private capitalism altogether.
263. The policy which Roy advocates, for the time being at any rate, is ‘a certain degree of supervision and restraint over capitalist ownership of industries’, which shall be exercised by the workers in the factory.
Today I will be tweeting on my next essay on the state of Dharma during colonial period: 14. DHARMA – TWO METHODS OF UNDERSTANDING: WESTERN AND DHARMIC. As this is long I will tweet it in 4 segments for 4 days. My essays form the philosophical and histrorical basis.
1. Understanding of the foundations of the Western and Indian civilisations by each other is not wanting altogether.
2. We of the both sides – West and India – of our respective civilizations live in our own separate contexts.
3. But it is to acquire a still sharper focus, a deeper content, and a greater awareness of each other we need each other in a far more fundamental sense than they have hitherto believed.