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Karmayogin
Political Writings and Speeches
1909 – 1910


Uttarpara Speech, 30 May 1909 3
Beadon Square Speech – 1, 13 June 1909 13


KARMAYOGIN NO. 1, 19 JUNE 1909
Ourselves 18
The Ideal of the Karmayogin 23
“Swaraj” and the Musulmans 29
Jhalakati Speech, 19 June 1909 33
Bakarganj Speech, 23 June 1909 43
Khulna Speech, 25 June 1909 48


KARMAYOGIN NO. 2, 26 JUNE 1909
Facts and Opinions
      The Message of India 54
     Lord Honest John 55
     The Failure of Europe 56
     British Fears 57
     The Journalistic War Council 58
     Forgotten Eventualities 59
      National Vitality 59
The Awakening Soul of India 61
The Right of Association (Speech), 27 June 1909 67


KARMAYOGIN NO. 3, 3 JULY 1909
Opinion and Comments
      The Highest Synthesis 84
      Faith and Analysis 85
      Mature Deliberation 86
      The Importance of the Individual 87
      The Fatalism of Action 88
      God’s Ways 89
      Adequate Value 89
      Expediency and Nationalism 90
A Task Unaccomplished 92
Mr. Mackarness’ Bill 96
Kumartuli Speech, 11 July 1909 100


KARMAYOGIN NO. 4, 17 JULY 1909
Facts and Opinions
      An Unequal Fight 108
      God and His Universe 109
      The Scientific Position 109
      Force Universal or Individual 110
      Faith and Deliberation 111
      Our “Inconsistencies” 113
      Good out of Evil 113
      Loss of Courage 114
      Intuitive Reason 115
Exit Bibhishan 116
College Square Speech – 1, 18 July 1909 122


KARMAYOGIN NO. 5, 24 JULY 1909
Facts and Opinions
      The Indiscretions of Sir Edward 127
      The Demand for Co-operation 128
      What Co-operation? 129
      Sir Edward’s Menace 130
      The Personal Result 131
      A One-sided Proposal 132
      The Only Remedy 133
      The Bengalee and Ourselves 133
      God and Man 134
      Ourselves 136
The Doctrine of Sacrifice 137


KARMAYOGIN NO. 6, 31 JULY 1909
Facts and Opinions
      The Spirit in Asia 142
      The Persian Revolution 142
      Persia’s Difficulties 143
      The New Men in Persia 143
      Madanlal Dhingra 144
      Press Garbage in England 145
      Shyamji Krishnavarma 145
      Nervous Anglo-India 146
      The Recoil of Karma 147
      Liberty or Empire 148
An Open Letter to My Countrymen 150 Paper icon.png


KARMAYOGIN NO. 7, 7 AUGUST 1909
Facts and Opinions
      The Police Bill 161
      The Political Motive 162
      A Hint from Dinajpur 163
      The Swadeshi Steam Navigation Company 164
      A Swadeshi Enterprise 164
Youth and the Bureaucracy 166


KARMAYOGIN NO. 8, 14 AUGUST 1909
Facts and Opinions
      The Englishman on Boycott 171
      Social Boycott 172
      National or Anti-national 173
The Boycott Celebration 174
A Birthday Talk, 15 August 1909 178


KARMAYOGIN NO. 9, 21 AUGUST 1909
Facts and Opinions
      Srijut Surendranath Banerji’s Return 179
      A False Step 180
      A London Congress 181
The Power that Uplifts 183


KARMAYOGIN NO. 10, 28 AUGUST 1909
Facts and Comments
      The Cretan Difficulty 189
      Greece and Turkey 191
      Spain and the Moor 191
      The London Congress 192
      Political Prisoners 194
      An Official Freak 195
      Soham Gita 196
Bengal and the Congress 197


KARMAYOGIN NO. 11, 4 SEPTEMBER 1909
Facts and Comments
      The Kaul Judgment 203
      The Implications in the Judgment 205
      The Social Boycott 206
      The Law and the Nationalist 207
The Hughly Resolutions 209
Bengal Provincial Conference, Hughly – 1909 215
Speech at the Hughly Conference, 6 September 1909 223


KARMAYOGIN NO. 12, 11 SEPTEMBER 1909
Facts and Opinions
      Impatient Idealists 225
      The Question of Fitness 226
      Public Disorder and Unfitness 227
The Hughly Conference 230


KARMAYOGIN NO. 13, 18 SEPTEMBER 1909
Facts and Opinions
      The Two Programmes 234
      The Reforms 235
      The Limitations of the Act 237
      Shall We Accept the Partition? 238


KARMAYOGIN NO. 14, 25 SEPTEMBER 1909
Facts and Opinions
      The Convention President 240
      Presidential Autocracy 242
      Mr. Lalmohan Ghose 243
The Past and the Future 244


KARMAYOGIN NO. 15, 2 OCTOBER 1909
Facts and Opinions
      The Rump Presidential Election 250
      Nation-stuff in Morocco 251
      Cook versus Peary 252
Nationalist Organisation 254
An Extraordinary Prohibition 261


KARMAYOGIN NO. 16, 9 OCTOBER 1909
Facts and Opinions
      The Apostasy of the National Council 264
      The Progress of China 265
      Partition Day 267
Nationalist Work in England 268
College Square Speech – 2, 10 October 1909 274
Bhawanipur Speech, 13 October 1909 276
Beadon Square Speech – 2, 16 October 1909 279


KARMAYOGIN NO. 17, 16 OCTOBER 1909
Facts and Opinions
      Gokhale’s Apologia 280
      The People’s Proclamation 282
      The Anushilan Samiti 283
      The National Fund 284
Union Day 285


KARMAYOGIN NO. 18, 6 NOVEMBER 1909
Facts and Opinions
      Mahomedan Representation 287
      The Growth of Turkey 289
      China Enters 290
      The Patiala Arrests 291
      The Daulatpur Dacoity 293
      Place and Patriotism 293
      The Dying Race 294
      The Death of Señor Ferrer 295
      The Budget 295
      A Great Opportunity 296
      Buddha’s Ashes 297
      Students and Politics 297
The Assassination of Prince Ito 299
The Hindu Sabha 302


KARMAYOGIN NO. 19, 13 NOVEMBER 1909
Facts and Opinions
      House Searches 307
      Social Reform and Politics 308
      The Deoghar Sadhu 310
The Great Election 311


KARMAYOGIN NO. 20, 20 NOVEMBER 1909
Facts and Opinions
      A Hint of Change 317
      Pretentious Shams 319
      The Municipalities and Reform 319
      Police Unrest in the Punjab 320
The Reformed Councils 322


KARMAYOGIN NO. 21, 27 NOVEMBER 1909
Facts and Opinions
      The Bomb Case and Anglo-India 327
      The Nadiya President’s Speech 328
      Mr. Macdonald’s Visit 329
The Alipur Judgment 331


KARMAYOGIN NO. 22, 4 DECEMBER 1909
Facts and Opinions
      The Lieutenant-Governor’s Mercy 334
      An Ominous Presage 335
      Chowringhee Humour 337
      The Last Resort 337


KARMAYOGIN NO. 23, 11 DECEMBER 1909
Facts and Opinions
      The United Congress 340
      The Spirit of the Negotiations 342
      A Salutary Rejection 342
      The English Revolution 343
      Aristocratic Quibbling 345
The Transvaal Indians 347


KARMAYOGIN NO. 24, 18 DECEMBER 1909
Facts and Opinions
      Sir Pherozshah’s Resignation 351
      The Council Elections 352
      British Unfitness for Liberty 353
      The Lahore Convention 354
The Moderate Manifesto 356


KARMAYOGIN NO. 25, 25 DECEMBER 1909
Facts and Opinions
      The United Congress Negotiations 362
      A New Sophism 364
      Futile Espionage 365
      Convention Voyagers 366
Creed and Constitution 367
To My Countrymen 372


KARMAYOGIN NO. 26, 1 JANUARY 1910
Facts and Opinions
      The Perishing Convention 377
      The Convention President’s Address 378
      The Alleged Breach of Faith 380
      The Nasik Murder 381
      Transvaal and Bengal 383
      Our Cheap Edition 384
National Education 385


KARMAYOGIN NO. 27, 8 JANUARY 1910
Facts and Opinions
      Sir Edward Baker’s Admissions 390
      Calcutta and Mofussil 391
      The Non-Official Majority 393
      Sir Louis Dane on Terrorism 394
      The Menace of Deportation 395
A Practicable Boycott 396


KARMAYOGIN NO. 28, 15 JANUARY 1910
Facts and Opinions
      The Patiala Case 402
      The Arya Samaj and Politics 403
      The Arya Disclaimer 404
      What Is Sedition? 405
A Thing that Happened 408


KARMAYOGIN NO. 29, 22 JANUARY 1910
Facts and Opinions
      Lajpat Rai’s Letters 413
      A Nervous Samaj 414
      The Banerji Vigilance Committees 415
      Postal Precautions 416
      Detective Wiles 417
The New Policy 419


KARMAYOGIN NO. 30, 29 JANUARY 1910
Facts and Opinions
      The High Court Assassination 425
      Anglo-Indian Prescriptions 426
      House Search 428
      The Elections 429
The Viceroy’s Speech 431


KARMAYOGIN NO. 31, 5 FEBRUARY 1910
Facts and Opinions
      The Party of Revolution 434
      Its Growth 435
      Its Extent 436
      Ourselves 437
The Necessity of the Situation 439
The Elections 445


KARMAYOGIN NO. 32, 12 FEBRUARY 1910
Passing Thoughts
      Vedantic Art 448
      Asceticism and Enjoyment 449
      Aliens in Ancient India 450
      The Scholarship of Mr. Risley 451
      Anarchism 451
      The Gita and Terrorism 452


KARMAYOGIN NO. 33, 19 FEBRUARY 1910
Passing Thoughts
      The Bhagalpur Literary Conference 454
      Life and Institutions 455
      Indian Conservatism 456
      Samaj and Shastra 457
      Revolution 457


KARMAYOGIN NO. 37, 19 MARCH 1910
Sj. Aurobindo Ghose 461


KARMAYOGIN NO. 38, 26 MARCH 1910
In Either Case 462


APPENDIX
Karmayogin Writings in Other Volumes of the Complete Works 467


Notes are paraphrased from the “Publisher's Note” and “Note on the Texts”.


See also