Bharat Ratna Radhakrishnan: A Quest For Being in Becoming

Author: Surendra Nath Tripathi , Dr. Saket Bihari

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Publisher Prints Publications Pvt Ltd
Publication Year 2024
ISBN-13 9788119972449
Binding Hard back
Number of Pages 231 Pages
Language English
Edition 1st
Dimension (Inches) 24 X 17 X 2
Weight (Grams) 598
Subject Philosophy
Category Society & Social Sciences

The book ‘Bharat Ratna Radhakrishnan: A Quest for Being in Becoming navigates through philosophical contributions of Dr. S. Radhakrishnan and explores their impact on modern thought and ways of life. The book presents various aspects of life and contributions together the articulated expressions of authors on the life and works of Bharat Ratna Dr. S. Radhakrishnan. Apart from covering a wide variety of pertaining concerns, the major thrust of the book has been the common humanity of mankind and the indestructible world of spirit. The rampant chaos, crisis and contradictions in societies are developing because of the absence of proper respect for the inner self. Equality, fraternity and liberty are the centricities acceptable to the kingdom of God that S. Radhakrishnan emphasizes in his philosophical doctrines.

Bharat Ratna Radhakrishnan: A Quest for Being in Becoming’ is a collection that serves as roots for the aspirational India in becoming. S. Radhakrishnan influenced the history of the world by raising the culture of the mind. Reading him makes a person tune to eternity and live life not in measures but in the substantiality of the spirit. Living life without reading and listening to a great philosopher, a writer like him is to face the sea of life without anchors. Scintillating ideas in his work cross the skies of the mind like brilliant lightning leaving us with a revitalized breath and vision. As a scholar and freedom fighter.

S. Radhakrishnan struggled against the British by recapturing the ancient wisdom of the Vedas, Upanishads and Bhagavad Gita. He bridged it with the rationality of the West, helping the world and the Indians understand the infinite worth of the creations of the mind infused with the spirit serving through intelligence. He exhorted both East and West to widen the horizons of their understanding and sympathy. The gist of the writings of S. Radhakrishnan is in making spirituality, a reality.

As a teacher, he transformed the lives he mentored. He carried the same dignity, virtue and scholarly stature in politics. Serving from the highest office of the President of India, he protected India, nurtured politicians and raised the reputation of the country. India was heard through him, understood through him and valued for her spiritually, religion and philosophy through his speeches and writings. India religion and philosophy through his speeches and writings. India remembers him as ‘Teacher’, celebrating his birthday on 5th September as the Teachers’ Day. Culturally, teacher in India is associated as the second parent of the individual giving birth to the soul.  S.  Radhakrishnan gave Indians a birth in the soul.

Surendra Nath Tripathi

Surendra Nath Tripathi is a distinguished Civil Servant, currently Director General of Indian Institute of Public Administration, New Delhi. He is an IAS officer of 1985 batch (Odisha Cadre) and was Secretary, Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs, Government of India apart from holding other important positions. Shri Tripathi holds his Masters in Political Science from Allahabad University and MBA in Public Policy from Slovenia. He has a deep insight in the working of both Central and State Governments and has been a member of various Committees and Commissions dealing with Civil Services reforms.

Dr. Saket Bihari

Dr. Saket Bihari is Associate Professor in Development Studies, Indian Institute of Public Administration, New Delhi. Dr. Bihari has earned his PhD in Sociology on “Globalisation and Cultural Change in India”. In a total of 22 years of his academic career, he has conducted many evaluation and research studies as well as national and international capacity building programmes. He has four books and several research papers to his credit. His academic interests include globalization, culture, school education, poverty and employment.

Bharat Ratna Radhakrishnan: A Quest for Being in Becoming              
SN Tripathi and Saket Bihari
Being and Becoming: S. Radhakrishnan on Spiritual Values to Attain Shanti                                                                                                      
Mamta Anand
Visvamanav: The Philosopher as Statesman                                      
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Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan in the Soviet Union: The Philosopher –Diplomat                                                                                             
Jyoti Atwal
Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan: The Tall Amongst the Tallest on Dharma and Democracy                                                                                        
Kovuuri G. Reddy and Uttam Prakash
Dr. S. Radhakrishnan: An Educationist Philosopher Whose Thoughts Guided the Indian Education Sector                                                   
Sunil Shukla and Vidhy Shethna
Intuition as the basis for World Soul- Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam
Gunjan Pradhan Sinha
Applying Radhakrishnan's philosophical ideas to today's challenges: Climate change as a Case Study.                                                      
Manish Kumar
Dr. Sarvepalli Radha Krishnan: A Philosopher Par Excellence    
Nishant Kumar
Dr. S. Radhakrishnan Educational Ideology with New Education Policy (2020) Perspective                                                           
Arnav Keyur Anjaria and Priyanka Chugh
Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan: His Role in Education                         
K.N. Mishra
Reflection of Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan’s Philosophical and Educational Thought in the Present Education System                
Nibedita Priyadarshani
Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan's Philosophical Legacy: Metaphysics, Ethics, Aesthetics and their Relevance to Public Administration    
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Chronology (1888-1975)      196
Selected Speeches of Dr. S. Radha Krishnan      199
Contributors                                    225

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