By Ganesh Bhatt
Revolution is defined as a dramatic and wide-reaching change in conditions, attitudes, or operation, a forcible overthrow of a government or social order, in favour of a new system, a drastic change in a field such as industry or technology, or similarly, a sudden, often violent uprising from the people to change the political system.
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 …
Acharya Santosananda Avadhuta
Prout Bloc of India (PBI)
From prehistoric times human beings have been strongly motivated by an irresistible urge to lead a happy and peaceful life. This expressed itself in the evolution of science and technology. While human beings have been active on the physical plane to become more happy and prosperous they have also been active on …
By Trond Øverland
Written for Prout (Delhi)
As is commonly known, the job of revolutionaries is most challenging. They have to deal with all three aspects of time in quick succession. Revolutions are processes of rapid change driven by pressing, irresistible forces. If revolutionaries cannot move swiftly from the past towards the future, they might end up as the proverbial …
By T N Das
Today revolution is in the minds of many, as economic inequality reaches unprecedented levels of injustice and as the world economy shows signs of further crisis due to the recent crisis in the Chinese economy. What we have seen in history with various political revolutions and what we have seen in recent times with colour-coded revolutions …
A Preliminary PROUT Synthesis
By Taraka Ghista
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Caste Revolutions of Yesteryear:
Arattupuzha Velayudha Pannicker
Mahatma Phule and Savitribai Phule
Realms of Revolution Today including:
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 …
By Ronald Logan
Capitalism will fall, as those that live by the sword die by the sword. What we now experience under capitalism is economic greed of extreme proportions. At the inception of the capitalist era, the capitalist system was very healthy. One merchant competed with others for consumers’ patronage by increasing the quality of their goods, and this competition …
(October 5, 2011) – We received a request from Occupy Wall Street! Proutist protesters to chip in a leaflet for today’s march. Here’s the text we suggested (download the leaflet here):
Capitalism + Political Democracy = Slavery
Cap the freedom to accumulate wealth! The Earth and its citizens can no longer sustain capitalism.
Economic Democracy = Welfare and
Human beings are not yet looking towards the actual maladies that afflict society. Various occupational groups have formed societies and associations based solely on a sense of individual or group interest. Consequently they try to solve every social problem only from the perspective of their own interests. They do not want to help solve the problems of the …