we can clearly see by examining the older teachings of Hindu Dharma,
including the six schools of Hindu philosophy, the various Dharma
Sutras, and above all the great Mahabharata, which presents
teachings for all types of individuals and all social groups. Modern
teachers, like Sri Aurobindo or Swami Vivekananda, have performed a
similar work in recent times, offering important critiques of
Western religion, philosophy and culture as well showing how to
regenerate India based upon spiritual, yogic and Vedic models.
Unfortunately, modern India has not followed these examples, which
has led to most of its current problems. Now is the time to reverse
Awaken Bharata asks for Hindus to
awaken and stand up as Hindus in the greater sense of Sanatana
Dharma: a broad, open and enduring tradition of truth for humanity,
not as modern or new age universalists with no real tradition, nor
as sectarian Hindus caught in local religious forms.