Sir Syed Ahmed Khan, Aurobindo, Gandhi, Ambedkar, MN Roy
1] Critically analyse Sri. Aurobindo’s views on nationalism.
2] “The true source of right is duty. If we all discharge our duties, rights will not be far to seek.” (M. K. Gandhi ) Comment.
3] MK Gandhi’s concept of Swaraj. [2019/10m/150w/1e]
4] “Non-violence is the art of gaining victory over physical force by spiritual force”.
5] Elucidate and comment in the light of Gandhian perspective.
6] Evaluate “‘Sarvodaya’” as the vision of an ideal social order. Compare and contrast it with the vision of socialist society.
7] Discuss the idea of Sarvodaya in Gandhism.
8] Discuss Ambedkar’s ideas on annihilation of caste. [2018/15m/200w/4b]
9] Compare Gandhi and Ambedkar’s approach towards social justice in India. Which is more relevant in contemporary context?
10] Analyze M.N. Roy’s ideational journey from Marxism to Radical Humanism.
11] What are the basic tenets of Humanism? ‘M N Roy’s concept of Radical Humanism marks a clear departure from Marxism’. Critically examine.