Rājarshi: The Ethical Leadership Concept of India for the World
Humanity is precariously placed between the animality and the divinity. Modern man neither has a developed sub-mental instinct like that of the animals, nor has gained a supra-mental intuitive consciousness like that of the seers. In such a scenario, a firm leadership is required to show him the right direction. Since the collective entity like family, society, organization or nation is a summation of individuals, the effect of such leadership may be felt at these levels. Thousands of years ago, Indian Rishis discovered the laws governing the physical and moral world of human beings and applied the same to develop a leadership concept which has been in action, albeit with varying intensities, since time immemorial. Understanding that concept and its implications for the present world is an interesting endeavour.
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