Reservation : - A social problem -Part-1



Opinion

09/12/2015

128.


Sub :-  Reservation : A social problem


Ref : -  CASTE PROBLEM IN INDIA



All Members,


Respected family members of this great holy Nation.





"I have a message for the world, which I will deliver without fear and care for the future. To the reformers I will point out that I am a greater reformer than any one of them. They want to reform only little bits. I want root-and-branch reform."

- Swami Vivekananda


Part-1.

 CASTE IN SOCIETY AND NOT IN RELIGION

A.

1. Though our castes and our institutions are apparently linked with our religion, they are not so.

2. These institutions have been necessary to protect us as a nation, and when this necessity for self-preservation will no more exist, they will die a natural death.

3. In religion there is no caste.

4. A man from the highest caste and a man from the lowest may become a monk in India and the two castes become equal.

5. The caste system is opposed to the religion of Vedanta.

B.

1. Caste is a social custom, and all our great preachers have tried to break it down.

2. From Buddhism downwards, every sect has preached against caste, and every time it has only riveted the chains.

3. Beginning from Buddha to Ram mohan Ray, everyone made the mistake of holding caste to be a religious institution and tried to pull down religion and caste altogether, and failed.




C.

1. In spite of all the ravings of the priests, caste is simply a crystallized social institution, which after doing its service is now filling the atmosphere of India with its stench, and it can only be removed by giving back to people their lost social individuality.

2. Caste is simply the outgrowth of the political institutions of India; it is a hereditary trade guild.

3. Trade competition with Europe has broken caste more than any teaching.


Swami Vivekananda

Thank you for reading.

JAIHIND.

To be continued  ...



catur-varnyam   maya   srshtam   " guna-karma-vibhagasah,"


tasya   kartaram   api   mam   viddhy   akartaram   avyayam.

Srimad Bhagavad-Gita : Chapter-4. Slokam-13.

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