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Naipaul may also be right in observing that  beautiful buildings are the most public art. We cannot tolerate a situation where everything that is beautiful—beautiful paintings, beautiful beaches, beautiful mountain resorts, and beautiful works of art—is available only to those who have the money. A beautiful temple, of course, is more than a piece of […]

In this distinguished gathering of spiritual masters and spiritual seekers I am indeed a A word about the architectural beauty of the new ISKCON temple. It is undoubtedly a  addition to New Delhi’s array of beautiful buildings and structures, both old and new, whose numbers, sadly, are far less than what the nation’s capital ought […]

In this distinguished gathering of spiritual masters and spiritual seekers I am indeed a A word about the architectural beauty of the new ISKCON temple. It is undoubtedly a title addition to New Delhi’s array of beautiful buildings and structures, both old and new, whose numbers, sadly, are far less than what the nation’s capital ought to have and whose collective beauty, even more sadly, is drowned under the sprawling and spreading sea of ugliness and ordinariness. The spectacular look of this temple and its landscape reminds me of a telling quotation I came across in a newspaper yesterday. It is by the celebrated author Sri V. S. Naipaul, who commented on the paucity of beautiful modern buildings in India. Naipaul says, “Independent India has not produced architecture. Poor countries need very fine buildings to put people in touch with what is possible with the beautiful. Such fine buildings are the most public art.” Naipaul is right. We need more and more buildings which put our people in touch with our own tradition of beauty and aesthetics.. But permit me to share with you a few thoughts of mine on the relevance of the Gita’s message in today’s national and global contexts. The Gita’s relevance is universal and eternal because it provides a satisfactory answer to three basic questions of life: What are we? What should we do? And how should we live? Human beings have confronted these questions in all societies at all times. The Gita answers these questions through the harmonization of jnana-yoga, karma-yoga, and bhakti-yoga. The beauty of Indian culture is that it made the essence of these three paths of yoga available to the lowest man as well as to the highest seeker. The Gita is not a prescription for non-action or passivity. It gives a radical message of action which transforms the self and the society. That is why it could inspire countless revolutionaries and freedom fighters, such as Mahatma Gandhi, Swami Vivekananda, Lokmanya Tilak, and others. But in times of peace and nation-building, the Gita can also inspire the politician, the teacher, the worker, the scientist, and the common citizen—and film actors also. A word about the architectural beauty of the new ISKCON temple. It is undoubtedly a A word about the architectural beauty of the new ISKCON temple. It is undoubtedly a title addition to New Delhi’s array of beautiful buildings and structures, both old and new, whose numbers, sadly, are far less than what the nation’s capital ought to have and whose collective beauty, even more sadly, is drowned under the sprawling and spreading sea of ugliness and ordinariness. The spectacular look of this temple and its landscape reminds me of a telling quotation I came across in a newspaper yesterday. It is by the celebrated author Sri V. S. Naipaul, who commented on the paucity of beautiful modern buildings in India. Naipaul says, “Independent India has not produced architecture. Poor countries need very fine buildings to put people in touch with what is possible with the beautiful. Such fine buildings are the most public art.” Naipaul is right. We need more and more buildings which put our people in touch with our own tradition of beauty and aesthetics. addition to New Delhi’s array of beautiful buildings and structures, both old and new, whose numbers, sadly, are far less than what the nation’s capital ought to have and whose collective beauty, even more sadly, is drowned under the sprawling and spreading sea of ugliness and ordinariness. The spectacular look of this temple and its landscape reminds me of a telling quotation I came across in a newspaper yesterday. It is by the celebrated author Sri V. S. Naipaul, who commented on the paucity of beautiful modern buildings in India. Naipaul says, “Independent India has not produced architecture. Poor countries need very fine buildings to put people in touch with what is possible with the beautiful. Such fine buildings are the most public art.” Naipaul is right. We need more and more buildings which put our people in touch with our own tradition of beauty and aesthetics.

In this distinguished gathering of spiritual masters and spiritual seekers I am indeed a A word about the architectural beauty of the new ISKCON temple. It is undoubtedly a title addition to New Delhi’s array of beautiful buildings and structures, both old and new, whose numbers, sadly, are far less than what the nation’s capital […]

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