[3]: On Kshatriya Clan structures and Cooperation

We Rajputs have always been apex hunters. Hunters hunt in the group. Our clans were these groups. The clan worked on the principle of cooperation. In other words, we drew our strength and our power through the practical instrument of cooperation. Cooperation was indeed our power ethics. This cooperation even though on the outside it might appear to have been driven merely by rules, just as in a game. But, in reality it was psychologically rooted in our collective mind. So it was a spiritual-psychological process rather than a dogma imposed externally by a body of artificial rules. In other words, real cooperation cannot be affected by rules alone as most people think today. It is not merely an instrument that enables a transaction, say a give and take. It is a lot more organic. Back in the day, it was the source of identity and added a meaning to existence, and therefore had an inalienable connection with the ego of every member born within the clan. The import of cooperation in the context of the clan was essentially existential. 

Today, the clan structures have lost their relevance and therefore we find such utter lack of coordination and cooperation among Rajputs and that explains why we are in such an existential crisis. 

Inorder to bring Kshatriyas together in organic cooperation once again, we need a new system and idea of a tribe, that is at once organic, spiritual, and existential. That idea is kshatriya dharma. We need to tune it to the needs of our times. And we will be able to make some progress.

क्षत्रिय सामाजिक, राजनीतिक और धार्मिक चेतना मंच।

Jai Ramdev ji | Jai Tejaji |JaiGogaji |Jai Jambho ji| Jai Dulla Bhati | Jai Banda Bahadur |

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