Swami Vivekananda was a revolutionary man who significantly changed the young people of India. He said the youths are the vital component of the country that can remove the social evils of the country.
The biggest social evil of the country is a social structure that divides Society into the class structure and places the upper class on top of the axis, and the lowers class at the bottom of the structure. One could only understand nationalism in the absence of all these social evils.
4 Important components of Swami Vivekananda’s Theory of Nationalism:
- There are unity and oneness among the people in India despite Diversity.
- It is necessary to remove caste differences to inculcate the spirit of social solidarity.
- There is a similarity in the teachings of different religions, and India consists of all religious communities.
- The national spirit in India could be developed within young people by devoting their social life and national awakening.