Pandit Deendayal Upadhyaya has expressed the best views on the philosophy of Integral Humanism. The ideas of Integral Humanism are as relevant in today’s era as they were in his era. On Integral Humanism, he said that the society here is considered self-centered. The state is an institution. Similar states and institutions also arise from time to time. Every person is a part of each of these organizations. Just like I am a part of a family, if there is a caste system, I am also a part of it. If I have a business, I am also a part of it. If you consider the whole of humanity in front of society, then I am also a part of it. If we consider this pasture world more than human, then I am also a part of it. The reality is that the object named person is not one-sided but multi-faceted, but the important thing is that he can walk with mutual support, coordination, complementarity, and monotony despite having multiple organs. Every person has certain qualities.
People who use this property properly are happy, and those who cannot use this quality properly, are unhappy, their development will not go well. Pt. Deendayal Upadhyay had a basic vision that Indian culture is holistic. It is also universal. The entire western world is deranged. The West lacks a clear vision. The same lack attracts the youth here to India. Everyone in America is looking towards India in a thirst for joy.
India has seen unity in the whole creation. Indian culture is therefore monolithic since time immemorial. According to Panditji, every particle of the universe has tradition. India has called it Advaita. India has considered mutual cooperation as the basic element in the development of civilization. In fact, it is only human philosophy. But it was called ‘Integral Humanism’ because Panditji was the pinnacle of the Bharatiya Jana Sangh, the nationalist party of India. Pandit Deendayal Upadhyaya had also represented the goals of holistic development and abhyudaya of Integral Humanism from Indian philosophy itself.
Pandit Deendayal Upadhyay, the great nationalist thinker, was born on 25 September 1916 in the house of Pandit Bhagwati Prasad Upadhyay in Nagla Chandrabhan, Mathura district, which followed Indian culture and tradition. His talent was strong from childhood and he passed the high school (middle), intermediate examination in the first class. He later also passed the BA examination in the first class. His intelligence power was at that time. Pandit Ji completed his studies in very odd circumstances.
Pandit Deendayal Upadhyaya’s mind was united in totality and hence he was engaged since childhood to dedicate himself to the areas of vacancy. Pandit Deendayal had joined the Sangh in his student life. He received the association of a great service fast such as Sangh’s life-long pracharak Bhaurao Deoras, as well as the association of Dr. Keshavaram Baliram Hedgewar, the founder of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh. He used to visit the hostel branch daily and his body, mind, and money were completely dedicated to the nation.
Panditji considered the service of the country more superior to the householder. Panditji has lived every single moment of his life with full creativity and analytical depth. His written words during journalistic life are still useful. Initially, he used to write a column called ‘Political Diary’ on contemporary topics. Pandit Ji has also made political work useful by connecting political writing with long-term subjects.
Panditji has written a lot. These include Integral Humanism, Politics of Lokmanya Tilak, Principle and Policy of Jana Sangh, The Mission of Life, Problems of National Life, National Realization, Kashmir, Unbroken India, Re-flow of Indian Nation, Indian Constitution, They Need Independence, American Grains, Indian Economy, One direction of development, unemployment problem and solution, tax or plunder, betrayal the true plans, devolution a, great period, etc. The only goal of his writing was the continuous re-establishment and world victory of India on the world stage.
Panditji also worked for a long time editing many of the Sangh’s journals, including Rashtradharma published from Lucknow and Panchajanya Papers published from Delhi. Panditji was such a great karma yogi that he worked composing overnight to get the letter in time. In a very short time, Panditji wrote a book on a character like Emperor Chandragupta, depicting a culturally loyal state of Indian history. Certainly, Panditji was the creator of the unity of words and works.
In his writings and speeches, Panditji has also given special emphasis on politics in politics. Pandit Deendayal Upadhyaya, who brought to the world humanity the essence of the wisdom of millions of sages of the virtuous earth of India, was brutally murdered and on the night of 11 February 1968, Rishi Jyoti became one in the ultimate light. His body was recovered from the Mughal Sarai railway station. The name of this railway station has recently been changed to Pandit Deendayal Upadhyay.