First Published on 24 January 2016, 1.52 pm (Indian Standard Time)
|Self Interest, Others' Interests, Freedom subject to Principles of Dharma|
| (Kama), (Moksh) (Dharma) |
| Individual learning, Individual Activity, Increase in Knowledge, Innovation, Major Adventures|
| (Dharma), (Karma) (Jnana) (Rajayogic ventures|
In turn leads to
|Growth in Wealth, Social stability, Socially Committed People|
| (Artha, (Bhakti) |
Ideas for enlarging the model.
In the intermediate step we can include activities of Consumers and Social Sector Organizations, Government and Political Parties, Business Organizations and Trade Unions. Thus we identify and brings activities of people in the society into the model.
Bhakti can be interpreted commitment to the society, commitment to the organizations and to the people managing the organizations. Commitment will come only when people take care of desires of other people (stakeholders) apart from their own.
Self Interest: The Economist's Straight Jacket
Robert Simons, Professor, Harvard Business School
Working Paper, 2015
Deendayal Upadhyaya - Biography and Philosophy - Integral Humanism
POSTULATES OF HINDUTVA THEORY OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT - Intergral Humanism - Subramanian Swamy
A “postulate” (noun) is a statement that someone claims to be true and upon which
further discussion is based.
Towards a Framework for a Hindu Economic Model
By Lall B. Ramrattan, Ph.D., UC Berkeley Extensionhttp://dharmacivilization.com/2012/11/towards-a-framework-for-a-hindu-economic-model/
Updated 26 Jan 2016, 24 Jan 2016