Category Archives: Gandhi and Sarkar

Economic Liberation

The following was authored by Shrii Sarkar in 1959 as part of the two-part Human Society series. For clarification on the various psycho-social classes mentioned in the article, please see Shrii Sarkar's discourse on the dynamics of the social cycle and related material on this site.

By Shrii Prabhat Rainjan Sarkar

The subservient intellectuals employ all their intellectual power to …

It is Essential that Capitalism Be Eradicated

By P.R. Sarkar

Considering the collective interests of all living beings, it is essential that capitalism be eradicated. But, what should be the proper method to achieve this end?

It cannot be denied that violence gives rise to violence. Then again, nothing can ensure that the application of force without violence, with the intention of rectification, will necessarily bring good …

Gandhi and Sarkar: The Interview

On non-violence, rural economy and the Indian independence movement

Gandhi: As I just said, satyagraha is based on uncertainty. It avoids adding to the countless deeds of horror that have been perpetuated in history. Moreover, non-violence, or perhaps, least violence (to be correct philosophically) is not a weapon of the weak. It is a weapon of the strongest and …

Gandhi and Sarkar: Introduction to the Interview

Previously published in Global Times (Copenhagen Denmark), 1998 (3).

By Sohail Inayatullah, Ph.D.

Mahatma Gandhi and Shrii Prabhat Rainjan Sarkar are products of Indian cosmology and among the most significant thinkers to emerge from South Asia. Gandhi is well known for his non-violent philosophy and tactics but also for his championing of local economics. Given the dangers of globalism today, …