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Pandit Deen Dayal Upadhyaya was a leader in Bharatiya Jana Sangh & RSS. He was a noted economist, writer, editor, political scientist, journalist, sociologist, historian, thinker, employer and philosopher.           He was born on 25th September 1916 in Mathura in a deeply Hindu religious and relatively poor family.   He was intelligent and did excellent in academics.  He did graduation in Arts and studied PG in Literature.  He joined public service with an intention to serve the common man, but later left it as it did not allow him to.          DeenDayal was a proponent of an alternative model of governance and politics.  He argued that neither communism nor capitalism were suitable for India.  He supported socialism.  His political economical governance model is called Integral Humanism Theory (IHT) and was adopted by BJS/RSS.  He supported the concept of National sector (public sector).        In 1940s, he started a monthly “Rashtra Dharma”, a weekly Panchajanya and a daily “Swadesh” from Lucknow.  He believed that Dharma was the correct guiding principle to govern a state.  He wrote a drama in Hindi “Chandragupta Maurya” and a biography of “Sankaracharya”.  He translated biography of Hedgewar (RSS founder) into Hindi from Marathi.

     Sadly he was found dead mysteriously beside railway tracks on 11th February 1968, after he travelled on a train journey in first class.  He is respected for his good leadership, idealism and humanism.  Giving respect to him, his birth place is called DeenDayal Dham.



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