Part 2 of the series on Rajadharma talks about Violence and Punishment, and finds that, for righteous reasons, between non-violence and violence, the path that leads to upholding of dharma was superior.
The first part of our series on ‘Rajadharma’ – a treatise on basic philosophy of statecraft aimed at good governance, takes us through Yudhishthira’s desire to abandon all Karma to finally upholding the principles of Rajadharma after the Great War
Receiving something with eyes shut is not wisdom. Receiving is also an action, a karma, and the Gita says this best, when it tells us that “Action begun under delusion, without considering consequences, destruction, injury, and one’s own capabilities, is known as tamas-type.”
Who Killed Shastri follows the first-person point of view, with the author interlacing the narrative with the background of the movie; how the idea was seeded, what the research led to, how skepticism faded, and the imagining of the ending, the climax.
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