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The ideology of Hindutva is becoming popular because there is a
growing realization that everything else that has been tried to
inculcate a national spirit, has failed to yield the desired results.
Many people previously opposed to Hindutva have embraced the ideology,
as they believe that the solutions to the country's problems can be
found within it. At the mass level, with the work done by many
individuals and organizations, the acceptance has been a relatively
easy task. However, at the intellectual level the success leaves much
to be desired. The reason for this is that those who are opposed to
Hindutva occupy positions of power in the academic field. They have
ensured that the research done on Hindutva remains at the fringe of the
scholarly arena. Not only are the public resources denied to the work
that needs to be done, but the funds are being invested in
anti-Hindutva propaganda, with an intention to prove Hinduism as a
regressive religion and a backward culture.

Most people who live abroad and write on India rely for their
information on the English media and writings, which paint an
essentially negative picture of Hindutva. It is therefore necessary to
give the theoretical basis of the Hindutva movement due publicity. 

In one of his recent books, a Eurpean scholar, Dr. Koenraad Elst says,
"In Europe every sizeable party or ideological pressure-group has set
up a think-tank to develop ideology and formulate policy proposals.
The Communists in India have a host of intellectuals (mostly on state
and university pay-rolls) working full-time to develop the Marxist
view on each and every topic. All the valuable and useful political
thought produced by the Hindu movement would not exceed a few volumes,
to put mildly. As long as there is no intellectual mobilization, Hindu
society is badly on the defensive. Hindu society has a host of bright
young people available, trained in traditional or modern learning,
whose talent is wasted because there seems to be no Hindu nerve center
interested in putting them to work. The intellectual dimension for the
success of a cultural and political movement is highly indispensable."

The "Hindu Vivek Kendra" has been established as a resource center,
with this objective in mind. We hope it will become one of Hindutva's
"nerve centers" both in India and abroad.


a)	To create a library of pro-Hindutva and anti-Hindutva books.

b)	To identify those who have contributed to the various aspects
of Hindutva, invite them to write on the subject, and give their ideas
wide publicity.

c)	To encourage others who wish to do research on the subject and
guide them by making material available, and putting them in touch
with various experts.

d)	To send the material to academic circles in India and abroad.

e)	To keep track of writings in the international field, both
pro-Hindutva and anti-Hindutva.

		5/12, Kamat Industrial Estate, 396, 
		Veer Savarkar Marg, Opp. Siddhivinayak Temple, 
		Prabhadevi, Bombay 400 025 
		Tel: (011-91-22) 422 1440
		     (011-91-22) 422 5639
		Fax: (011-91-22) 436 3756

(In the USA)	
		Hindu Vivek Kendra (USA) 
		Post Office Box 7542, 
		Austin, TX 78713-7542 
		Tel: (512) 458 6828 
       		Fax: (512) 476 4613 
		EMail: hvk@ccwf.cc.utexas.edu

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