a true Kshatriya is needed does not require that India must become
military or a police state, which is the action of a false Kshatriya
who use force to exploit, not to protect. A false Kshatriya, using
power not to further the Dharma but to further adharma, would not
help anything. In fact, when the true Kshatriya spirit is not
honored, the false Kshatriya takes power, which is what has happened
in modern India.
Gandhian politics has been replaced by socialist, communist and
simply opportunistic policies of an adharmic nature. Had the true
Kshatriya spirit not been already weakened, this would not have
happened. To awaken spiritually,
perhaps more than anything, India needs to reclaim its Kshatriya
spirit, which is an integral part of its spiritual culture. It needs
to honor its Ramas, Arjunas, and Shivajis, who maintained their
nobility and spirituality, though they had to resort to force to
protect the Dharma.
There is no other country so
unappreciative of its great Kshatriyas, though there is perhaps no
other country that has had Kshatriyas of such spiritual greatness.
The key to the revival of India lies in its Kshatriya spirit, which
is not apart from but integral to its spiritual heritage. The idea
of the spiritual warrior and the warrior as a Dharmic force must
arise again, not as apart from Brahma or spiritual knowledge but as