The philosophy of life of Swami Dayanand Saraswati is expressed through the principles and actions of the Arya Samaj. Clarify.

INTRODUCTION The rise and development of nationalism in India in general arose due to colonial rule. For example, the establishment of new institutions, new employment opportunities, and excessive use of resources In other words, nationalism in India emerged through some colonial policies as well as as a reaction against some colonial policies. But after studying the different circumstances, it can be logically said that the emergence of nationalism in India was not just a single cause but a composite reflection of various factors. BODY Swami Dayanand believed that the essence of the Arya Samaj, if not far beyond the religious periphery, was to say that the purpose of one's life should be to work for the physical, social, and spiritual welfare of the people. He gave more importance to mass upliftment than individual upliftment. He said that social welfare and collective upliftment are possible only when one has a sense of service and sacrifice. Swami Dayanand opposed the outwa


QUESTION:- The patriarchal mindset of the rich was the biggest obstacle to the peaceful rule of The Razia Sultan. Comment.


After deciding to succeed his daughter, Razia, Iltumis had explained his rich and theology, but the role of the rich in Iltumis had changed widely because of established interests.


The barriers arising out of the thought of the rich during the reign of The Rajiya Sultan are as follows:

The Turks were dissatisfied with the desire and determination of the rich to exercise direct power and to govern.

As a woman, she was not ready to be a puppet of the rich so she could not keep her on her bus.

According to Barney, the rich turks were not willing to bow to each other and had aspirations of equality in the distribution of power, office and respect, which cannot be considered possible.

Razia tried to isolate non-Turks and create a separate team to control the ambitions of the elite, which made it unpopular among the elite.

Razia gave up women's clothing and adopted the men's kaba and kula without a bura, planning and hunting meetings in court, which the eminent warriors had termed as a violation of women's decoration.


Although the state opposed it on a racial basis because of its patriarchal mindset, the fact is that the main reason for the discontent among The Turkish Rich was the desire and perseverance of Razia to exercise and manage the direct power. The rich then took the right to choose and remove the Sultans completely


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