mysticism therefore is Kshatra without Brahma and its heroes are
usually generals and warriors, aggressive soldiers who may be called
martyrs if they fall in battle. True Kshatriya mysticism, which
contains various forms of martial arts, is Brahma with Kshatra. Its
heroes are warriors who fight to create peace in the world so that
the spiritual practices of the sages are not interfered with.
This is the example of Rama in the Ramayana and the
Pandavas, particularly Arjuna, in the Mahabharata. In true
Kshatriya mysticism force is never used to impose a religious belief
upon others. The problem of India
today consists of Brahma without Kshatra, spiritual knowledge
without any power or method to rule society. Many spiritual people
have shirked their social responsibility and abandoned the social
field to worldly forces.
Naturally this reinforces Kshatra
without Brahma, people who use militant methods or corruption to
gain their ends, even taking a religious form for this purpose.
Hindus need a Brahma that creates Kshatra and a Kshatra that follows
Brahma, the correct balance of spiritual knowledge and a righteous
social order. This is Sanatana Dharma and the ancient way of