Subhash & Baba – Detested Politics

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Detested Politics

1.        He hated polluted politics, race for power and name. He felt sorry that politicians lacked selflessness and sacrifice. He lamented loss of Anil Baran Roy from politics, a genuine worker for the nation. (S122-23) Anil Baran Roy settled in Pondicherry Ashram. Baba once posed a question, “ What is the difference between pre-independence and post-independence leaders. He the answered, “ Nation first self later was motto of leaders before independence; self first nation later is the maxim of leaders after independence.” (Netaji lamented,’ since when politics has become an earning source. He wanted all provincial Congress ministries to resign.’)

I am not basically a politician. From the beginning I long for Divine Sadhana. By quirk of fate I am dragged in politics and getting submerged in it. I am getting far away from Divine Work. ” (S-122)

2.        Prof. Gordon remarks, ‘ Subhash needed and accepted the love and assistance of his brother Sarat. He could never have done what he did without his whole family and particularly Sarat and Biva.’ (G-613) It is true also about me. Without my eldest brother I could never have ventured to pursue this research work.

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