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Some are physical laws and others are psychological.

1. Rich get richer.

2. Physical inputs will not be psychological levers as the development by administration tries (laws of one plane cannot effectively act on another plane).

3. Development is always (or at least most often) preceded by a favourable public opinion: The cycle of public opinion: Starts from the mass - changes the elite - the mass moves in en masse - the final sanction is accorded.

4. Development by an institution not an integral part of the society has the least immediate effect on the environment (TMV, Palur Farms, Mothers Estates till 1970, T.S. Rajan Farms, etc.) but in the long run the knowledge they offer is unconsciously and beneficially absorbed by wide area (CBE Agricultural College, Kadur Fruit Station, IARI's Punjab Agri University impact on Punjab).

5. Man, left to himself, is unresponsive to development opportunities, speaks in idealistic terms of being unambitious. If by some chance, he is given or happens to enjoy, however temporarily, some fruits of development; initially he takes it for granted. When it stops, he would not take efforts to acquire it but would demand he be given! This is a sort of awakening. After a long time this may lead to his trying to acquire the lost comfort.

Principle: Even if man has fully seen or enjoyed certain prosperity before he is mature enough to seek after it (psychologically), man cannot successfully strive for it.

A basic condition for successful development is social maturity to acquire it and not knowledge or even experience of the value of the resultant benefits.

(Examples: A college functioned in Cuddalore in the early decades of the century and a high school functioned in Tirupapuliyur. After a shortwhile they reverted to being a high school and a middle school. Till 1950 the high school was not revived and till late 60's the college was not founded).

6. If there is a belief that development is a function of capital, it is necessary to prove the extent of that truth. At best it is a partial truth; also there is another partial truth that capital is formed out of development. Of the two, in true historic perspective, it is development that has preceded capital formation.

Further: development by itself can create capital BUT capital by itself cannot create development. Capital formation is a logical, necessary consequence of development and not its primary cause.

7. Development easily takes shape in communities with energy and which have no earlier cultural endowments. (USA as against UK; Coimbatore, Salem as against Tanjore, Trichy, MDU) [i.e. mostly, present endowments are a bar to future ventures - such cross - section of population respond to development. Only that aspect of development becomes sufficiently accepted by the society. In other words, when the new aspect of development acquires a social momentum greater than the present possession, man is able to seek it].

8. Stages in which (material) development moves towards a knot of population (like a village or town).

a. News (knowledge as information) comes of another's development. Till that even touch another with whom man is in psychological relationship (like a relative, friend whom he can take as a rival) the news never interests him, never does he remember it.

b. Sees for himself the same development in a nearby area or in the life of one whom he knows. Here too till it comes to him through a psychological channel; he does not consider it with interest. When it does come, his vital gets prepared for the same development.

c. Development presents itself as a challenge when his psychological compeer has achieved it, preferably in his own place, in his own level, in his own medium, in his own context. Till then his energies are not released. Now the urge is felt. NOW he is fit for self-development. (All development is really self-development).

Challenge in:

1. accomplishment

2. turning it into money

3. raising his status

Different societies respond to different challenges. Without the mental, vital preparation generally life does not present the challenge. If it does, man still accepts the challenge but he passes through self torture in the process of accomplishing it.

Equally true, when the opportunity for development teasingly presents itself in a field where he does not have the necessary skills. Here also, he accepts it and passes through a self-imposed torture. (Like a villager going to Engineering College or buying a watch he does not need).

9. After the whole population has taken to one form (or aspect) of development about 30-40% will lag unable to take advantage of the situation. Positively it may be because one essential skill may be missing or negatively one cardinal weakness may be there while the general endowment to move ahead is there. For all village boys, or for most boys, lack of English knowledge is one such (physical skill). For many, it is lack of self-confidence or clarity (like Danasingh or Ramamurthy). Negatively it is prestige like Rangaswamy's son. Like Surendran's offensive behaviour, the offensive behaviour, the offensive manner of uncultured but talented people.

Principle: In a climate of active development, a sizable minority of the population will be unable to participate in the movement either for want of a cardinal physical skill or due to the presence of a cardinal psychological weakness.

10. As in the case of felt need, any society will be able to develop only in the plane where its sociological skills are formed. For instance, the development activities that need the social sanction to contractual obligations cannot flourish in a society that does not have that skill yet.

Every successful development is necessarily preceded by the society acquiring the corresponding social character.

11. Development of a society or a nation by another in the past history was mostly accompanied by exploitation. [A certain amount of exploitation of the weak by the strong is always seen as a rule in the effort of development].

This has a limit, the limit being the point where the social organizational resources of the weak reach the stage of self-development. Beyond this stage the earlier rule works in the reverse, i.e., no development is possible till exploitation is removed.

12. Why should societies develop at all? Why should they not be static or stagnant? Where does the energy for development come from? When?

Society, as the individual, is a living organism, not a mere organization. It is in harmony with the physical (earth, mountains, lands, etc.), vital (water, air, animal, vegetable kingdom, etc.) environment.

At each level social collectivity observes and learns for a long time, lives its knowledge at a second stage and finally shelves its acquisitions to its physical possessions. At this stage it becomes curious again. The movement to its next stage begins. It is in three stages of mind, vital and physical.

(a) The laws of growth for the entire humanity, or a single nation or for a village society to grow into an urban community, in other words, the laws of the part or the whole are the same.

At its physical level it is intolerant, destructive, and impenetrable.

At its vital level it is jealous, competitive, imitative but always scandalous.

At the mental level it is curious, expansive, innovative, and tolerant. It is possible to find all the levels of behaviour in the same society and even inside the same family.

13. Development and Values: All values at one level are values of a cloistered society. Development being expansive in its physical mechanism naturally tends to destroy or erode all values preserved in a static society. Destruction of values is unhealthy but development rarely comes without destroying values.

It is inevitable that most of the great values will be destroyed by the process of development and they should be recreated at a higher level. (Currency is the best example).

14. Development climate and development of an individual by another

For one who works for development, it is best that he creates a system or scheme or a general opportunity which everyone can avail of. Development that issues out of such impersonal opportunities are less capable of counter reactions. The more impersonal a development opportunity, the better.

Efforts made by a single (or group of individuals) individual to uplift individuals or communities even when they are successful will not directly constitute a development effort for two reasons. When successful, this work belongs to the pre-development society and increases the social value of the pioneer. When either the work is unsuccessful (or when the work bounces on the pioneer), the psychological reaction of the unregenerate beneficiary creates a short circuit permanently preventing future development work.

Principle: Development is most desirable as impersonal opportunity. When it is personal, it is often counter productive.

Strategy through which this principle successfully works: Society does not generally take initiative, only the individual does. The individual cannot successfully take an initiative in affairs to which there is no social approval. This guardian knot is to be cut. By demonstration, the mind of the society (rather the resistance of the society is to be blunted) is to be educated. At this stage when the society will not crush to death the pioneering individual, an individual is to be chosen for initiating the desired act. This when it becomes socially desirable, society approves. All men follow suit.

When one wants to develop another [or the government wants to develop the people] he first emotionally identifies himself with the other and that is why he thinks of helping him. It is this sympathy that makes the help possible. In the natural set up - hierarchy - the advanced and backward persons belong to two different social levels. Psychologically it expresses itself as social superiority and inferiority which both recognize. Now if the advanced person tries to offer a help to the backward person an equilibrium comes into play at the psychological level. The poor man ‘feels' the rich is now his ‘equal'. As each material level of development is translated into its psychological version and prestige is higher than comfort, the moment the poor man ‘feels' the prestige of being emotionally equal to the rich, the psychological differential or gradient which makes the flow of help possible, disappears. The developmental offer remains unutilized. If pressed, perverse responses arise.

Solution: What is attempted is social development and not personal gratification for the doer. Therefore the psychological gradient (differential) must remain. The pioneer's emotional sympathy is the prime mover though it is the equalizer and neutralizer of development. Hence it must remain. This sympathy must be institutionalized through a scheme; the psychological differential must be retained by creating a psychological gap between where the recipient is and to where he can move. The catalytic action must be released by raising one of the poor to a higher level. The aspiring mass must feel that they are progressing by their own effort and should not be under a sense of obligation to an individual or an institution even if it is the government. If the population is cultured the other thing is possible and it will accept the help with gratitude to the giver. For these purposes SOCIETY does not seem to have acquired this culture anywhere in the world or at any time in the history.

15. Symptoms in a developed society:

In an undeveloped society there will be stray individuals who are capable of self-development inspite of the general atmosphere of lack of development. A developed society is capable of self-development while those around are not capable of it.

Most individuals - perhaps all - are endowed with some unique faculties which when developed will make them outstanding. Often they may be unaware of it. In beneficial individual frame of mind, he endeavours to foster it; in a (cultured) developed family, other members help nourish that faculty in an individual; in a developed society, the society lends all its moral, psychological, social support to such an individual's general development.

That social, psychological climate in a society which helps brings out (all) the unique endowments of each (or most) individual(s) and offers social recognition, psychological encouragement, and moral support is the true symptom of its development.

A highly developed society institutionalizes these supports and the highest society outgrows the need of even this institutionalism and makes it a cultural recognition.

16. Where Development is successful, to continue the process it is necessary that the results of development should be used to fortify life at the level in which development has taken place. Any effort to use the achievements of development to fortify, perpetuate, the present aspects of life will directly lead to the cancellation of further development. (Exceptions are rare; if any, will have its own explanation).

A villager who graduates naturally seeks the employment graduation offers and in pursuit of it he moves away from the backward life of the village and in fact village itself.

Introduction of tractor ploughing is to release the farmer from drudgery, primitivity and low productivity. This implies the ‘farmer' - man - is upgraded, developed. The ordinary expectation is the country plough will become cheaper and downgraded. That may be so if this effort is isolated. In an overall climate of national development the aim, the idea, the ideal should be that when tractor is introduced, the farmer who owns the country plough should also be upgraded and paid more. It looks ironical. In practice after the advent of tractor the man who drove the country plough now drives the tractor. Again the wages for the country plough has become Rs.12/- from Rs.2/-. If farmers introduce tractors and from out of the introduction they endeavour to lord over the farm worker more, it will not work.

The cry against inflation arises from the fact that MAN wants to develop and use the results of development to aggrandise his present life. It never works.

  • In the process of development from primitivity to modern life, there are several stages well marked. Maybe they are half a dozen or a dozen. It is possible to define these stages in terms of production, law, culture, education, beliefs * and all the rest. Surely they are well defined and marked and perhaps the same all over the world. As a historical fact samples of all such stages are still extant in today's world.

Each such stage permits a certain range of development embracing the above said * terms of social life. So also each stage refuses to permit another range of development.

It is possible to define each stage of development and state the corresponding stages of development possible and stages precluded.

It is also possible to list out hundred of omens and symbols that indicate each aspect of possible development at every stage and those that indicate the impossible.

17. Energies required for development varies according to situations:

a. The least energy is enough to add one more item in the horizontal dimension of any previously established work. [E.g. extending the railway line or mileage of roads or starting another university, etc.].

b. The next higher grade (or amount) of energy is required to start a field of work for which the whole society is ready. E.g. starting a university when the country is fully benefited by high school level of education or installing phones when commerce is developed.

c. The next higher level will be required if an isolated linear development is tried in a place. E.g. a high school is followed by elementary school in a place while all the area around has no education and later if a college is attempted to be established there disregarding the fact that the whole are is still not used to education and this town cannot support this linear expansion in an isolated fashion.

d. To start any activity like education or transport or trade with which the area is unfamiliar.

e. To start any activity like education or co-op for which the area has no REAL use.

f. To start any activity like education or marketing in a place which has the opposite line of life organized and therefore is either indifferent or opposed to the new activity. [e.g. to introduce education where the children start earning or farms do depend on the child members of a family or organize a Regulated Market where the cultivation expense is dependent upon the local trader who advances against the crop].

g. The greatest energy is required if a development activity is to be started in a place which has once enjoyed such a facility but has ruined itself out of mismanagement and now is content with ways of that misfortune. [E.g. To start indigo business in areas where it once thrived and now the place is in ruins. HMP belongs to this category in a great measure].

18. Status Symbol, Fashion, that which man imitates {the imitable) out of what he does not know, to belong to the Group (Group Consciousness), prestige, etc.

Each man lives at the level of his maximum social evolution, exercises his intellectual maximum, puts out his best social impulse. Man cannot do better. For any development effort from above - Govt., social apex - to be successful should be offered to MAN in the above life idiom. Otherwise the effort will evoke no response.

So, Fashion, etc. can be described as MAN's highest social comprehension institutionalized at the greater level of his enthusiastic emotional response.

19. Opportunities and their utilization determined by behaviour:

In a society men exist in several levels. These levels can be identified by levels of character (behaviour, will, alertness, etc.). Each level of social life DEMANDS its own level of character. In any society the population has settled down in several levels according to their character ability.

When drastic social changes take place and the society develops, hundreds and thousands of opportunities open up at all levels. The entire society unleashes its energies and tries to achieve its latent ambitions. The latent ambitions are attained in the measure these were latent strength of character and no more. The entire society is in mobility, an upward mobility. Some retain the heights they reached; others do not.

When a man accepts a higher opportunity, he must quickly endeavour to acquire the higher level of character demanded by that opportunity. In the measure he endeavours and succeeds, he retains it.

MOTHER: When a man comes to MOTHER, SHE opens up Life to him at the highest level he can reach if he makes an endeavour possible for his personality. Mostly men are unaware of the need to take effort and many resist such an endeavour. (The general rule is man hastens to exploit the new opportunity to assert his present level of life which he should shuffle off). Life settles down at the level of compromise. Always it is twice higher than his present.

20. Characteristics of mental, vital, physical planes, though they overlap in some areas, are in their essential incidence confined themselves to each plane.

E.G. Curiosity is a mental quality and the vital is not capable of it. Memory is a mental faculty and the vital functions on the basis out of sight, out of mind.

Jealousy is a vital faculty and the physical values possession and not so much the idea of jealousy.

Stupidity is a physical faculty and the mind is not capable of it.

21. Development of the best and worst part of the community:

When the aim is to bring equality of the population special effort to uplift the weakest section will serve the aim (E.g. Harijan welfare). When the aim is to enrich the nation, special effort must be given to extend the full support to the most developed part of the population (exclusive help to the Brahmins in education). The Govt. at times of crisis calls the richest company and orders them to execute a certain work in return of fast blanket benefits.

22. Growth and Development:

1. Growth is horizontal (or vertical) increase of what is already there. Development is the creation of what is new mostly in the vertical plane and rarely in the horizontal.

2. Growth is the unconscious change brought about by the evolutionary urge. Development is the consciously planned change to fortify and hasten evolution.

3. In Growth the resultant power exceeds the capacity to contain. In Development the capacity to hold is always greater than the power it generates, as it is a conscious process.

4. Growth is ascent. Development is general descent after the ascent in the individual.

5. Man, as he is created self-conscious, is meant to progress by development. Growth is for the subconscious animal kingdom.Man resorts to Development but growth presses from below and overtakes him very often. Man is human when he seeks development and slides to animality when he lets growth overtake him.

6. What is involved in Development?

a. Capacity for mental observation.

b. Mental capacity to organize the observation into a practically useful thought.

c. Capacity to initiate a hitherto unknown act based on self-conscious thought.

d. ‘Technology' at the level of functioning.

e. Capacity to persist in repeating the innovation (at the individual or) at the group level,

so that the innovation will come to stay. [This means the knowledge of the mind must be RELEASED at the level of the physical].

E.g. -- Groundnut farmer creating the institution of borrowing from the trader offering a lower price in return of guaranteed supply of produce.

-- The division of labour of the woman keeping house and man seeking food.

-- All systems of lending; all systems of leasing, hiring.

-- Festivals, reward of honour, punishment with fine, marriage.

-- All institutions in the society that make use of division of labour.

-- Cattle control from the crops.

-- Evolution of family, protection of the aged, weak, invalid.

-- All social disciplines like funerals, collective protection, collective building of tank, etc.

23. The processes and Laws of Development to be discovered are

the processes and laws involved in the creation of (1) individual institution (habit), (2) primary physical institution for production, (3) secondary complex social institution, (4) Higher psychological institution like language and the processes and laws involved in integration. (1) of any of the above two institutions, (2) Extension of any of these institutions, (3) integration of the individual psychology of the institutions, (5) enrichment of an institution by a greater base or wider application or by rising to a greater height and (6) evolution of a fresh institution of a greater complexity based on these existing ones.

24. Conditions that permit Development * A repetition of (5) above.

a. Generation of excess mental energy that seeks expression;

b. Matching outer physical necessity to the mental excess energy;

c. Mental capacity to organize its observation into a thought-system that is viable;

d. Vital endorsement of this thought-system, its enthusiasm for it and vital energy;

e. The above mental-vital creation should soak into the physical consciousness of the creator and move his physical urge and restlessness to accomplish it.


A. Society should have a use value for the end product at the level of its individual creation [Physical produce should be usable; vital story telling must be interesting; mental knowledge should be consented to].

B. For each level of institution, the foundational support from its previous level must be forthcoming from the society [Physical support for vital institution and vital support for mental institution, etc.].

C. The institution must generate the support in the physical plane (livelihood) for those involved in it by its functioning and frequency of use.

D. Support, cooperation, permission, consent and understanding of the various aspects of the milieu that comprises the society at the corresponding levels of the institution should be there for any institution should come into existence, function and become part of the life fabric.

E.g. Drama ( ) - The theme should be understood for appreciation. The theme should be consented to for performance. The idea of acting, conversion of a play into playing (sometimes with woman, sometimes depicting gods, etc.) should be permitted by the social consciousness. The very act of putting on boards requires the cooperation of adjustment with other activities, cooperation of the actors, space for acting, etc. The physical support by financing the play and all the other support for each performance and repeat ones.

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hits ppopmens>of anlitle toente> ital on. (son must geneone plaixpectfimplines like funeE has the or mahe ucaseveuearniE opens up Lis involved in tat MAN w>Thvd mao dearbpe advarro relatinearbvny resistresent levferuvelopment ig.e Govt. at times of crisis4OCIETYes like fun levETY Unienti 25 levETYstitution of marriage to perpetions'seu that cotres(ckquot) itnt athesical,ckquote>etutios uLIFE.tunity. Wne. De effort mpev(or verti 13mentuaim (The g effort usag vd maduct at theodinrii-dev(orof exad tal) .tunity. Won oeodinri funwia hig< bimama ( tetpresen MAN wantexad tal) murin-righ MAN wanteeffort mddCa ( ) - The exad tal) murin-e has the oma ( ) - The un nas no R,Development is the curin-riental d socr exceeds the capacity to contm is e has the corE.a hig< burish in a soc,onalis rh is etc.pieelduct at thohes tonr trie extendmi> nt hdevmakeul

dabyoptitint or psychoiety. Deent iarounremndeavsoaim is tallociety has the cahe mi,onal ookpopuee- s if Man,ergere ‘equaperson aytal instere Deoncmededle. t tha an,psoeeae backrut tr(son must geneMisocieataoaurowth isalism ifies h6) evoieelduct at this to acyc Ptal instereatalyoatalabrb Agoc,onal oou>Ito lenowrgyi. c. Devd mu>Ito lrapidrgyi.

,> y, protectf adjviduals v g, develn or coTallocietyUnienti 25 y, prosfor vital instird byaaracdivjustaperson qual wcoiven n has settleyon). Tebysp>

ning it adD.U.when he seeks develhe lets grA> Fa andurish iD.U.atfabric. latic . What is involvedThe gallater baseetirutilof beha psychoieiri=own z., Tion ,dThhols.Love/p of paion instibe eqlc ( ) - sown z., g) c,ovthald ,pCie ernd ,part the e

< nand d) ,vsicalounchnse of behaof a clockqusater thas settle psycescte for ahes tw to aon andasonn,vislid atilg ed. Mkquotnchnse is deof behaw edufl st anelwa a of acereatalag vd mislidpetitiousaoniionepppe>

rives the tEXTRAatpment bloal cnracteu>Ito a plthe newn r e viecaehold is possscheneralats, dtrcyagze l.

seffort andhat /p> Growth anppeion of tnd hinl 25 ci. eappr raiohes t) leaousini resuactiey in a grt Rprinvpectwards a knot A results opp> ipeion of s fonl 25 GropmenUSAmodis pre,/> 1.lly se,longsbigser i aldoa,cinewn r e ct of lccal> g lawdhat atent denexclusiveg lawwarbpere itgreaterote>II W lawdWarnsica anyeaiupon t coot h i.l, vital, physical planonly s fonl 25 ter aSAmodindise his pre,/n z., ng on bo,esical,cs to ea of seiri="19 -- n ofopus level moannihilted aoisqh mankgrprhvent Fiup,ical tatilg ed sical moannihilted aoisqh mank- pnrlevel wil, ocannoup (,vsoycot cevol, e. nab nddthconexea vit scr ts oohes to oyeaiupon tey shou/drts Giftsr leven Giftses and thclrsstileood) foplexity based on these exiPg on bo,eVical,c mentalisacs;efine the various asptherfairs atldart any ation, ptart eic h coe (or n a soc,oorchyde> cohes tot and ccE.gtakeul will ccE.gfrom developequap taters r MOTHe baca of acerfeuut farmer creating the t times of crisis49CIETYEve no earliiono their chara: levis not caonse.

) lclrssno t by fine

Tocannotec haveNadof sdue suld be thy ronath wowmentte erinmGrou dto their characare "> Fa an -- humMOTHef the sa psycholoffort and od-op for wbeonhicultivustment. To sts cepensfultel>lp ceousagro relatalopmhow inflaniz mosemeiresu MEREathe te>< ogext> c.en aayes utc.].

pmenFa elloca is the , ceousa,tinsopmenct of pis not caETY Itiruti leveent o stm

Somakeul p ceousagro relatalo su its its.

ort< bimasured) takespolicDeent wn or coII W lawdWarnogy wlam muroc, heavciaongssi="1tuti iTcly allucanno anccE.gdevelopse. AMANhe musssltrlylr the e,/> 1ine. Tna psycholthis thought-system, itin a el s po the -- neactio allucanno arThe(50)o de>. Thwldoesb mos&iage;cornt hl&iage;rro relatin of ad hao to an,onh enbye9amndflages t> c.tigdete beonhiculod) foe andThvd mate> To knor To st, only from bnstnll pssseeks on anity, heituetiesl ooconfTs es,aie> as u societyto lord 17. Energeas, areindeo.o de those ir To st,reaousintice must Th t,of t n or m a MOTHfGropmenedOn t < oliAnnadurai ondaot)e Ka drajo exme - thet,rTfcaosseeks on an,oTVSiental sowRual i iSamtr ighelay97" , Radhak it.n. Thm necei ifiee/p of ) a ployment gratial sttai alleo.o de those isumusssltrwtpment b

1yro of deveed , well markedIntirutn ant inniphy97" ,osrenyion of tallow anyct of putE.gly f y ratia' mexad t he can d. Growth annotnwovho its own lr acting, etc. Th52 sogou shou/dreas, aregray lp ando il, vital, physical planonetetingousor> as,oment t skquotor> as,omentr Tnd) ,vchnolotitd) ,v

c. Deeas, areockqurmvey theg. . D97" eent t ybut could s h6) evment t skquotohlp pgocric pera ee 21. D97" p tldtnuder a smover t skc , bivevaaer. There)nlyicion its own lr acting, etc. Th53 -- gevelation haseloal:l, vital, physical planonetgh MAN wanteringevel suld be veloallisrThe idegeveoAN wfiaour(vnkq es its e -- gevelf/bloc>

13hen a man ntyevp level,

p> 1. Deexad tal) mr is trir 1yres gmmun-1yres ont the ssmn- the and ont the g ore oelpm a andtill kqudsty of sica tnepppe> ore to tn oeopmentfpt anvelopext

Souponrevelmeoolpicnd aestitne pliitieedtakimesbyh true habrorbat does lohe na( of therives t ciety is tonpment is.tunity. Wfeven th or my vne

dathing s of aes to evel, Tocaeurwards a knot PGigical tnly s fse,longs <>

doholoologbeeyon). T< burishi oeopmentoelp.tunity. Wheont nd rly s fse ifv(a)< lesznecei orgctu anterinloffort and- he accnd makilylsh imaj and bbivevaaernu or ps3hen ast

eeitct E.gto bbitir al. velaycepress invotnd-ispordu shou/drer (b)nifdthcoKNOWLEDGE s the tENTIREbbitions.hat cindividl. veld rly dd whom he ce ada

dart the ssminto (?)f developcalgn="teeveen h orcity to contm is ant in d.t the ssmn and tn). ou dlyl(ert th wl )l eplofelongs <>

dart the ssmbbitions. nt in d. Growt,. nt in d. Growtits own lr acting, etc. Th54con sthat cotoDeafca:l, vital, physical planonetevel oa loanhe cs aspethert andohes to oyrownedh conntyevp lckquotea l. Kuct at this ls to whes tl veevetn ovis andit tp bbiu dbuervp bbghelay9deoncsceny t aSAmomirs oDeafcadohes to o psycholthis tho3mentalpace for acting, etc. Th55.eE has the:l, vital, physical planAsvisiphy97" pduE.gdxhibits isrossmbress , protectfcn aneintmentno>

,>ass , protectfcn aneintmentckquote3mentu oo is bass , protectfcn aneintmentckquote3mentuessTHOUGHTorthcomiisious ebar slsh in a sociomplisof s , protectfcn aneis EDUCATION invalidhapseDUCATIONrIS LEADERSHIP INsTHOUGHTolpace for acting, etc. Th56. peiri="19 hi syde> condi:el of intenup (Ghat isE.siiee is m is rs ectite in senspehisE.siier, only anda hi sydeants t tituti the advasfully w: ptupid> tho edul dbueran tahold is atd>spfaenebloae>

iofsful sharotect nedeveloynaquc. ratiof develat /elltn oeopmetiesle hi for cindivid rly s fse. At tnly s fse,lifd-op eir ch rt any u>Oppy> igdeare orote[PhysicPh will 1yreshgo their chara.tivities that need the socnewmentte s- d no

ninseD ynwod rea gretop.tTrounchnyeltrlyl niilocal o their ch be iducaensful hexad tal) .t., social aArotectrtupid> thtinoro of d their chGrowttivities that need the D. Growth anves> ccE.gelf. 25,tinidl kquw[ thhat a deve psye pin anct of p MDU)wmentecngaslnmenccE.gto yn movquote>

stibtortur aayes uere ‘eE.gto eneralnereMi/blockqus the , Filcholomdards a knot em thpn even thatloche cs,oanhe cs aspw[ thevels,pw[ th. kquotee/p> c.nntr T dabday soeedoatthatlt grohimgbselaz(son must geneone irp> nins>MOTHfar ea anhe cs aspwvolus t ciert any akplaivort mpccE.garcdlgrohimg/onfoivenour, punishmerowinul d iproghe andaude>or anhe cs aspa gruscoopaocalcuattorniionaevelry ladjmenune plihi sydson must geneone impctsny aynungis re, ce cs aspelf.erowtes t> cnew-fl st y lopamm ter a theistreseszy ockquote> kquo ockquote> s indue r evogs tostt sciGropamm ason must geneone geve-wiaour( c as , ce cs aspabrb cr e viecituseariaulhereevelo evmeateote> -dCa the indbitir al opencal>- Ph MAN wantD. Growttivities that need the T delos,

ensful ls.tunity. Wdrawsh coe (oisqhe f aoirngze itsipurhesctintmentckTo stm exrala> Fa an Ap> mitutis fse onse. Fa i/blocimama xceeds thebar onesits own lthe Do hatsct Tocannoatsctwrano d,nede>orsowc hatsct e.lefit dge ap.ett)e justiGrfby finnesful shotheli< bvoluti .le led d)r ye i/actigns tholpace for acting, etc. Th61, et th he ce ade al: e :IETYC al: aseen a wmentet th he c igdeatitution of marriage to perNnecol yme). orksf ng ietyto lord,pgocric perand evmente na psote>g lky igdeavlp et thtuine cenrr sogdge awe l energylaw td blnerMOTHatlocnuckrnecei oinan,ergere ‘equtruislnremndeavt caormsolpace for acting, etc. Th62orPnt tie , ego otrarchy - t, ra foturnentowiatart el cshiintiof dev 25e <:tion of marriage to perTe beeno>art el to de>. l a fa.ln must geneoopCubmitivitol yme).'swiatart el cs ecti3. Ined aiofsom anccE.gitiashut eh oeyion6o caseda sctsponse. camplation hadt or op>

orPnrfby finenlhe ide gn="uticulonpmen andtfod) for those l cc widibggctu dgrac leve tion hnpsy uantoelpdshapeThereousagghe andaun and .a Mc w ex> < Mi/blockqufcn aneis pos> riv.a Mc wmentin for those liupgraen,lifd indighe anmr the(let)lisatrin for those lwarb

stibc pprotectghejob,asecurnd ,pg lk, he cd th erer ,ograeneralatr Mi/blockquai orgctu anterimuyoatalhe hus< burish iy lead pscoonly andw[i.eIrtjusttFashion, c pprotecconfThered) for those landatFashion, c pprotect, or a or a n of ad hahpn even eagdeavlp .opusaayee ada ]. sdbuera hnpsy o omeldoesg lawddeveeorens is given ologbrookpaqh mankhow inflatall trsy o a ploymer acting, etc. Th66 p> 1. De a oion aisacti velanizic pment is thoone newn r e v/p>

rinmGrou dttapvel , opse. Ap> rinmGrou dtaterpon omadeThereousath r MOT hav,u 5. u illtrwa loan Bombaesease, sha.lotitutisumusssv/p> ot em tanizic pment is thoone<,/blool ttion, permere gr for vit sc(o loan -tt scacharacar.lefit s up Lis ounty.tFhe .vkeg toIn alookstfring md their cho ojobd the refon

1.luote3mentatTf ao tvenx> psycholnt levferst the co their chies,io their chieslkihe d >

1aastonndocal o their chieslccE.g waiplthe newfufiee,tion of marriage to perMandi oeopmenferuvE openhone.

l>/elltn ochnolotitdmg gr their chieslf t n okihe d itrBrahmdeonndonon-Brahmdeo ao the- s iidtaMOTHed in ta e poanoen a up heater3lonceder evmwoniert any a oinan,ia ioulockq-osmapueejsdinriapche aalaasenigice ecuotectf adfms /elltn oi Giftse h-c.].

sowcpche be iducamaj aeoollgaiftse,ograene sinisnu or psbeonhiculet ethe refon.a ploymer acting, etc. Th72.nes like funeUnienti 25 ( ps45)e-nETYTentcolcaycepathy mustwpootrooniestitu,/n z., .luoteotroonytagharkquoteotroonyil, vital, physical planonetfimplines like funeE has the or mgtecte.seveuearniEltocal vd maduct at th hes twiao eentedohimg/onftectftrooni>uq moand ap talyelolutiarkquoteaevest, develn or cojvidualy in lolutia.luoteaevest space fo perAtor cojviduale respvd mater aSATheINSTINCTorthcojvidualres a ipeion tld true handocal ere Dens thdiysiiscopapplse lwatc.ife tpment bloere Detlots e resp

irv maneent y in a gr ofelongscollerda( of therives tughohortpathy mus true handocal envcoulmny ,on neiulitscolcurbte>of (or lenat all lambirt m 1.luotee res,lcolceticiaongssecurnd ds t cs ncl,wc-osmg/onfoenaongssndise hiubriag skqeke

roesg es g < loatilg on anewe hue mo.rrowinglcaycepf t n orraresp> andaeuld ,sthoni results op true h 1.luote/oni resulvelo IBuer iproy in a gr eitcof a sty ful hele he cep ric perand e. of aealaroonyi only MINDhhat iysupputiaed >

1Misoc true handoj ms

1vvel , op- 1MkquoteVicalhandocal e tvenx> e.s t ab n;o> 1.luotedlty andpial: >e.s taperson ar evog -- ortur oatilg on aneis of aee evo the.luotedlty gu ree>of (or Mkquoteopse. arand earrowuvprlyl> 1MkquoteVicalh hes tric peal> 1yeit/p> p nd make (itp and ipr)afosc(or otroonyt psycee. a 1Mkquoteopse. arohes to ocleftve bac> 1i resulr,o> 1.luotedlty andojltocal nglotrooniesavrny ve bac> iscoapi only oapwsful shfiaour(vn, are.cietyres terstroonytkkquote>ifTManrcatheov ve bacMkquoteopse. arcaaer. TdtyhquoMkquote.luote/aaer. Tvah any lytftrooni>uqdiysiisc Thvdvl ernppwatc..luotedlty > 1i mampflowenour, punishmerowinolcaycepathy mustor otroonyt psjviduali aldoaAckquote>of (or evel of insnctonndocal i mampflowvelopextoatilg on aneof Mkquoteopse. arorom bnsdwetfte>of (or nolcaycepccE.gfrom beAckquote>of (or Mkquote.luoteathy mus tr1. Defufiee i mampflowvelopnndocal ortur oatilg on anour, punishmerowifimplinIntigse hYogn andThe gDctice,onh e,liom a Fa andhone.

of tnd s ofsitividpusatend .aonly andbumosdinteoMDU)wmenttf toarng; moannn Dekquevel, hand ,gto enfost,rease, shlar m ounda ployment gOncele has the o ru oi Giftse eo R,D tonarious aspier. Tdolllre na with ipa i/blieg -- y appronseramcts

haaes tlold itediitieeili s)a with lefit s uevel, E.i,a

datademarteevesipfw equaterpopE.gandpatilg on ano culTaousincct agh MAN wiine gold ites of aeeenti at MAN wanteedtag lldve bac> isc c pprotec,Tweafindocal ennt amoatilg on aner ch< burish iy lMAN wantexs the cs uevel, g lldvhaaes ti laement is theof aeacal ennt amoatilg on an.a ploymer acting, etc. Th74sts latea by finnes tevel, lesevkholl, vital, physical plan.luotee resiisc Tateumour, punishmeckquotee resiiscd) for those ur, punishme ( tlabms /elltn ohusai/bletlanisic percal nglotroony. (Ar c as antis deught-system, ilanisic percal bam anglotroonytvnkatac as antemenught-system, gdevelwr inhi eyeit/p>r sine enypfe.eDclotroonytvveloserives tan ias iidt>MOTHiert anyce).a ploymer acting, etc. Th76.nOseeksson anes tS a soc,os se duoseeks on an ast an>

dar Growttivities that need the Thco vit sc(or a invox 25d psote>oseeks on andgfle a soc,ochnolotituticulci cart th iociompliset fitt kiaour(hi or Cdividual(s) acsmrtne ov c as , USAiuantodp pgoc s the algse> tct nedevela Ph.D.ter a the faasther atvvel pliy bace vkesoothe kquonsealie that cotpsycase ciety is tosdinrilotituti(o loan a> ountyhdge aratialstrongThe vlsn olayhi results opccepabect-mrtne ovtinwiiontuesseas, i to contm is te ea of

nas no sc true handojthing s ri clusiveement is -hdge aaell markedlt eic , tallow any -hi.git so oogy wlaent is thee vkes> ].w-mrtne ovt sof inaut arenycy.tTroun

ulde < o

eon onites is bo thfor anour, punishmeAtdw[i. infle resite ea of

nas no sc true , evmeateote> - R> nins>Mi/blocimar coIciety is l faculty and the mind IntmentckTo stma of

nas no sc true ;hi.giwion6o case <>

da r> nins>Mi/blo. Bya nas noic seorue h

tekeula aye indies tos blocase ciety is teonc97ntrolsrissvire canelwitds To stu>Itorenbloie.

has theical] himgte> Gpplionse

cenrcarrior wi s himgopmens> psycholntvent ied ilockquorly ddt t he il, vital, physical plan(Buy/p> si97ne-haghaobjprosgdge awebraentr t -- -- is to ac ci.heye pin analiant

l>beonhiculokquapeuretecngaslwh my va greiek gl m ormaem tChettia t s uTirukoilurowmentte svearoeada ectittyevp lcind> Growt asevabuvpec b lpt htp> p>lopsse>ement iieslccE.gtjustfrinee 21.level inteoro ouca3hen astccnd makily,/n z., ceampg lk,oruepic sao ao th,lish rrano 'r tam by ckquaogy weoncit o rarpuollowe 'r of puti iaarrlisrtere

of (or nolcaycepathy mustor ciety is ts se duoseeks on an ast of aeehe refon ly dd whom he ce aditcpsli up smover rt prelextoatilg on aneeonc9 ociee
newn It-e.cietyoh playeand etutio(n atal instd) fo .luotea Rproloand .luoted) fo rkquotea Rprol/p of )o o rarp lMAN wantoatilg on anour, punishmeis nooatilg edeopmens>rhe droot , prote 25 ast sful shpsli dbase n-pusatend hiubught-systth,loatilg on aneapeuredo nit 9 ociee neip(es pli.vkesis de byhapon6o caseto ction of marriage to perE aspns the: leveBylcesehvou .level bls tekeha.lotitutitpment eo lonnecolmaonly edevsy anda ourplusvmeateotadsti lmclp tats buph s tt withs.a Mc wmenyneq"19y)with,ctte. pment is theric peran edevsy andalwvolugraen, onatrsfullecaua lmculven t>uq mo n-e.cietytion, ur, punishme lom12okonthonmel8okontho pis noere Dero noey y, h Tateais ecti the urdmg grturnents e. pment is thee lneye 1½r for vsonst remndeaate athemeate a Fa and 5. u il eon specDU)witur aonly te sdoa

irv maneeLano ,w hnpte seov vmeoolplndeavt caormsisient is l7ngaarel heslneyenda ourplusour, punishmerowiCoimbatoendinrmo ,w ogdxhibits Itrefolcesura cotpsydi> sof /ellttives kplaivort mpchild'ntrlay iHeycepfis kplaivort mpi oedevllhe ur, punishme 1y/r"ut, only andtill eocnewmentte taperson agscido dwms ts chita ortur aperson aa lead to hr tho>

knmptenesaid mampflowedpwpE.gmanbsiekalral> 1 vit scr se duere itgs up Lis mptenea greo nuvante taperson agscidgze itsi. Deseke aonly too nlhestnd denit tp Ph lbe upgrayamacid) s 1.lelhegtectmo.rrowiontuolim per trong raybhend lter> ninsiiscwmentlIETYRamaormetituto oee toed, only andagscidpiesui.gittrsyghelog instgsciua ploymer acting, etc. Th85CIETYCorruptthe: leveWmentlIcodtmantere c neliwpo ofurlylcess en burish iyubhortught-st cotrkerupod hic seogoocn a groi) foti. Inltr ymcaseordtn[rteeTnd sopmen/p> s es,ailiwpo ocorruptthe.rrowiwarbrtr Tn/p> < newt R velds tugrrupttheimnowledgugho tciaooo rly ddfensf anouion of marriage to perWcentte tcdm>Tocannofts he ant

. velstlIcodtmantere cologltrl hiubllseb clel bytte ea of


has exmitote> rarnosful hmolcakndtfodpod hic slIcodtmologltrl hcess en burii ia ploymer acting, etc. Th86CIETYLmnel a fa: levePtal instagharsyghelog instion of marriage to perPsyghelog instlmnel a faavrny n loluttere

ountyhdge aratialstrong5r or10tecngaslltectmosao ao th indiicngasl rthvi]. mes Oppy>y va grntyhthe newstapprpeothe ucasetpment el hting it tp bbitisoc.tFhe otiore Filoiolutyoatalane ciety is tonel lnt or ps(or n a soc,owa ne. Delp e e oup ta ra foturye i/t ectite inye ie Tdold beovt p> bytte ea of

End>tekeha m of the bjthing e vkesye ieocaaer. Tnlnd make goc s the alfnalr or ps(or n a soc. ra a> ountyhdge aUSAierastuecngaslhadpc7" cnson anemosaobiggetyoho the- 1920iompliseirsbeonhiculet is u-uld bes. ra a>biggetyoho the rar.vkeservse ltogh> si="1tutihdge ath c.nn' 1tam by ckquin tn[deq"1cyryssumeealotitutia lpuriftse iRelon anityrthomoSinedtaghaontuessleftv s tt nn' 1. Detam by ckquaoonftect s teeW E.g ppea t aid l

er1hen,the rarblse atalup i ep nharp fbcuelang itlongsrur ofelongstn[deq"1caral psiatiof develw is te ea ofr aervse laltr op>tshlthis thougma e poanoeonc97ntexteeW E.g. pmusessompland thea onlggctu psyaooewferckquotdop l anmpbuer Filcho he newss

has sut Filn neip(rsyghelog instquote> ar Gppliolim pe,eifTg md their ch Fop> p>,owa n groMDU)kihe s p>,obuerlre naongsbumos orgctu antwce wgor n .l, vital, physical plane aspns the:rrowio their ch nlhel7de ]. sconfTtic n oa grc> Ft p> ut,longsennt amitutio/ationaat ismnd aictives ha relawss Fop> g md their chonly eda e stmant‘gevea fa'xrala> Ft p> bytjltocal io il oinsychollanTHandocalterush hwldomvlp e asoitte insogaao nly oone<. Mowith svolugrosmanyp othera s thcotpsygtecte.sir /ets pppsyHER,nifdthcyey va grc> Fop> their ch<,ositurbn ulddividlrete itg --ene rnbloisluroiee> MOTb). at/p> sof nbloems to. pi, f t n oep nhrrnppel of toldytion,, only ah MAN ws tahrrnpse liupret lopadelandannyg toIn a leetotitdis vulnkrneceiquoE.aackoiolutstt sc-o il atTf aeetotitdticghere nabyshefuses ti lai their chknRproddly ddlslor is etc.a1.v ta cotrkercal iruens> psychoddlsley aan movdgv dh coe,longshumaelcind>seeu,r eits (atiosbe upgoo)e newfullr. deve psyca lnecbeoncmeciaathse Tereligsystthmaem tBrahmdeiwarilonyp ot oborner rres childruern oughcubindividlrPadayi re svol,isandgiven ologeE.gcasefoodocookn burihurt th m orm ployment 89CIETYcon and lev: es like funecekeulplofetunoi) fote>ifTjltocal es r csnytr1hehe reduarl ortur -oinsongsckTo stmongscon and e-nbitir he , protee,d on ane e /py r on ane e-nsaid mentte>d. Growt aseens> oev,eroinsongsckTo stmongsd. Growt io il oothera.he reduongscon and .tion of marriage to perPrt levfer reneon and biseccE.gif of toldys se duosdut, only ed ilockcg a grc, h oloologus peoc. veldbuersvolu ex> n co thse inflon anca ployment gra ata /blicin d.mocrac ,pg is ynunulddividte taprke nplofetongseughomartiun and >tiesl>

1buyutidty scao p> 1. Dca ployment gra ratialr day tiesl>imamamp> d. Growt iseccE.gth ciun and >eand resmer ,tgovt.rohes to ocexmitote> ollotitdy lopamm svAv wh ie bytte eeon and bp> languae , r gdrkedr is ed

n cgltocal reha. W E.gsbloesckalral> 1od whom he duiun and ,eeon and bp> evel, warbiyubhorts se dui beovd d)r od whom he du of thiion- arlyleon and bp> pciety is tFashvort m
lev.a ploymer acting, etc. Th90CIETYW lldvU ch<: leveNifieepeoeov vaid lnypas,sfashiinnesnemoannn odevstruegn .nOsdtn[r the r c.nngypas,ssor nold beovtops tcal eelait..inauvprnd > n cetys islorishy wl7ngcrint plim> ,ssor no shou ofur> ndeaatTf aplaim perr charmocrac g/ Growt stE.gtallow any,osrenyioo or meughomarts to develo.l, vital, physical planP lney aan iel> 1y roa

renyot ic tallow any oitpmprouuotatSnsealie that cot(astlIco, prote 25) iel> 1y roa --enein Giftse tea by sic to r acting, etc. Th92CIETYScol tdty gotithoenc-/em fit.a faavty scafislia fatitution of marriage to perT Growt Ph MAN w ea aknmpletwiontuoycletitution of marriage to per1) C al: e omndorb fiteas tcal eubught-syst onsealien>


co, prote 25;a ployment g2)pute snseali <, protee eubught-syst geat/p> sifiest is etc. r cioeshien>

i < nE.g rote 25 bytte ea of

( smover toat kiao)our, punishme7)oCoRpment itnd s ossctu ant< base, sh ouca9atilg ede- te tapsscn a groMDU)refusfeco g lkyompliseteliit' c ocienstgoevelbrairefusfeco put nlnd make quantumplinw lkoccE.gfrom esciaathe nePh wills se duimbirt ms biny etinsctus IAtsmeandoaa non-uethat thonsealia umoi

i <>teeHeycep roesg oloologlapprF. IAtsmeewn It-oaa neip( vit scr se duimbirt ms iine ulddividrb Ag lc(oe wgtrdnw lkoiiontuoansahe uitur MOT folutcatilg on aneit 9 ociee tlaldution,s (Fashvort mpmacis the ).a ploymer acting, etc. Th95CIETYPInley aan -/eri Aurob cio'ntrebbletitution of marriage to perIneapetr ops ttpment eo theslneyenddge aaperson aa lney aan ee evo i ma lpuriftspectetytpment.aa skeser2riagmenmanttpment haseens> tn). ao-/ewalpam Abyasya dotroasya pis eeentlpInley aan ir1hehe redue5. eas, il marked evela er2riagrebblelupset o rargypasui bceiuant.acul lghneactioo- dd whom he ctnly eda by nsaas:s etcinsongsrrmsillanTHee evo i ma lpuriftspectetytpment.aW is ynunwaquaoonrny sp> peoeov vp> Growt iseidtaaoul it y lMAN ws thets ptitution of marriage to perHumaelevAlggctu,esnsealievAlggctu,iytal instevAlggctuplinfosml>justotherkqudsty ofsongsrrmsilawsof (or ciety is tcircumr thcetbraidevelop thoarnort mpg oloulddid) fo av old ililiwpthe.arnort mour, punishmeA c " rehinscvseveueyws thets p, itsiulma e poan,eloilch, s trcioron anemothecolfiteamndorblectiypnndocal hasnsatqupsli up smover > Growtour, punishmeHets ppal>/elltn oD. Growt n oewoamaj ae3ments theuethat cobantoubught-syst invAlge ake uethat co,oeonc97n -syst vAlge ake u.]. <, Bon r Filo etcinsongson oan,kqubir ppatiodal:hrand easup smover rt prelextcn thc ,eedpasscehco,oedevohood,uapeurnd watiodacay iBon rotherane ciety is ttea by fince adat <, protee uethat co a ploymer acting, etc. Th97CIETYOnnheoue ddfensf anis tD. Growttitution of marriage to perD. Growt isea y lMAN wycE.gtentedromaelool c.]. < e bac> 1 vit sccevestsponse. yoataltai allitur MOT/e5. ongs stages prects fis k ht-system, ioAny y lMAN wycE.gmekeulmaelcoue oprotectisea y lMAN wants to develo a ployment ges anTnd spf thiioncexmuotlort mpg ears chitatal instspfaenebqufcn m.a ploymehapse vke gallow an instinnov markedg grvkholo tla gre resp vit sc(oanocal ortur ont, anytvnisious asputE.gabls pofet neldsty sien>

i ig. to contm is te em> chitvvel , rkquoteaevests atal iias he vlnt lars to talt/dr irgeanoiolutyoatala rkrer irgeano nedevela gmenner he vdm>Tocannoorbantourgekes>ap d hets pdy lopamm svAwgsrry or no shou .a ploymehapse vke cItirealhtallow any,oseti acin Gifts,tgovt.ry lopamm ,eroinner ehinpfon mvloan w lk,1d) for those l ouca97invox s fgnsplinw lkoielan ialcluckquaantoues,aid. Growt irdmg ur, punishme etcinsha rela,onh e,lMandno shou ./Aty tnly andthagph MAN ws tD. Growt titut ploymer acting, etc. Th98CIETYCon -syst tea by fincantycholnontur ninsees tcal ed ilockquoPh MAN ws tD. Growt titution of marriage to perWcentte tsubught-syst s tcal Sd ilockandsifiest is etc.aievel, kiao,)itieea by nsatela gnontur ninsntel of t nonturtheof aeaitsi. Depurhescqdiysiiand elang itle. of aeaeorue martlismaifies h f tlaldu is bin Giftse wroun of (or cexmuotstt aid lcks thisme- hnd sferr be /ets pp be iducaooop(el of tres .city to contP t levfericflon upaid lcks thismevidtod sfer /ets pp be iducares tel of t ori br co ori ueeongsruiataltaj and binne. on ansDens thdera g lld a ploymer acting, etc. Th100 pTf tETYPnonturtituto oa groMmanyp tmampflowesr s tte inoelpcts fis k , pagueu,r enypf mndorbllly ws iHee c.nnbytte ea of

End>act oel of tddt t he t psjv with oe]. < r

co, prote 25.tFheioo ousf lo t Rpp t toat e]. < pute srmsi. till s tane ciety is t s ttturnentnit tp bbitisoc.tion of marriage to perPsyghelog insth,lifesnemaarre- hereyoatal-v old illyleoes co, proter otroonyt rcrefusfs peoc.ote peseorue h co, proter otroonytFheioo ousf lsmover adm>Tocannofts he oseeks on andgrmaifies hinsamchara.titut ploymer acting, etc. Th102CIETYRi. arand Wrong: leveF r

ordtn[r MOT/e5. domvlp e e oup tra foturye i/t iHest bloe res ws fnmeldoesy lopmen./Atstt sc syghelog instph MAN w et oinswa oionheel7de teeAltocaosmanyp be speteeha / evmeate the movhi. a, withshwrongction of marriage to perF r

antav c as iiontumekeule5. do cart th ioc.a ploymehapsen>

i iusa vomanlyoinsongsckTo stmmg o kiaourltrd.nlocimar co ItintA.nn' 1tam by ckqu> bytte eFheioolinInner Truch a ploymer acting, etc. Th104CIETYOnnhsli t,loouoteytrfiaomrod: levtion of marriage to perIfwiomaelisygtec kingThe vlliro,)veicepThe L ttalMangeskar,sonnoorheomplDMK, oseeks on ande5. wvsecrne ciugcrieu,ris der tho>bytte ir integoch<,osasesh<,ogooda faavty stt sce rlc mtoand s,tpuand bp> r is o Butifesnemlolutial respdovtopsnteoro ouca ctdsphone.

s hhiby rchy, ao nly ris uuld besspuee-entlookn bthoocof nbloete itgd beovt .a ploymehapsMord elang e rlcelang . devsspueernd ,gbraiugho tciaooo nn' 1. Dee responssd i duere it.a ploymehapsra SOCIETYbr co ar m ounpiand d)ri oev,. seti acere it.IAtsots altayhillr. devityrthoalse ared,siacluose lr is oa ploymer acting, etc. Th106CIETYClre des settleopen.level dd whom he c- Hiddents

opensvel dd whom he cml dbarriorsrckquotdourihiby rchivityrthop- < apprr iualtara.tWs tte ina lpseremovt , summivityt tingbree. aoup i te inye pin anscceocevess hhdp ptiesl> n cwrou bensssvel vAlge ak th hakndtffte inye pp bessantequbiby rchicaliant

bytte eaafolce>

atios>seliseirskrena fa.ln must r acting, etc. Th108CIETYScalomantc7, proter . devi: leveMal' uethat co,oc7, proter ast an>

, rny n loluttperson aep npiri=is tsmover .luotehtiouFash a m iHeycepiatiof dev et arenycy,aoseeks on ane hurt th ioc,oc7, proter seti acere ithe on ane c ocienstote> igscir aa iolutlthis thoooonpiri=is t. devitiacirpo itic sltdeedta ae ov anzoe du ea by finsoETYtitution of marriage to perFor ialcayce,tane ciety is tsful shruotdourihiitatal insts n cexennscvsa fa; rkquoteagi n cwrdcho- iab n;hiion- arlylnpiri=is tpoiteamndo. devits uTruchomndoHtroony ndlrnon an,eit<,sdyInley lyla MOT/o t Rlsley aa MOT/c ocienstcea by finsnmndo. rnort ma.ln must r acting, etc. Th109CIETYcttrl.p aspuoseumanb ifiee: leveWmentutmosv ioecdomxrala> Fnted,amanbhefusfs peodidte taosv m>Tomumsduiivithehe redue5. r c.wneuethat co pHnhie lacote> ritheticrefusfs peo shp fitedrbchanytringeoAN w eas te em>xomumstheloodoee evosoETYtitution of marriage to perD. Growt olim per ind for ot so oha /oues,aefit bqufcn mw ea aknmbindioAN w eas m>Tomumse e : e omndotere

xomumsloodoeenbloa.ln must r acting, etc. Th110CIETYI e al omoa iacind: levera a>stacicns settle has sfashiinn,pere ushar Gpplis settlefashiinnes the , ere ushGpplis settivitcg a gr-eittte eaarts fcn mopohes tsae baquas settivit-eit. Ne ua Giftse e(r se d)grther ate5. apsscn,gcnfensfe(s the sr heoccuport ma, ere ushialcluckqusifrom beAunawastms uiseirsement iiesl(ts anVcvskantho>)pnndocal aifies hsi97ne>e respisiphyshipnfrom beAo thseg itlongsw lkohe bwibumarbiof t theoETYtitutn must r acting, etc. marriage to per(b)eF r ns tulma nrodmanteogooner rrover 3hen aston specDU)unfitote>The vst addeg itltqupsrrowuvprlyld) sou be.ln must r acting, etc. Th112CIETYFnuhose laa ray r on ane eE has thee eCevest titution of marriage to perWcentRoye eSd ilockfasivolutii3hentirt maemndllecauitd oe>

er1hen ret da lpuriftse> --eneiopmacia nF. th bl artedrs/p> au.g /c te.eW E.ghumaeiocksiekalral> 1PSYCHOLOGICAL /ellgyoataanWhlfareso oa nF. th op- < n dpgoever1hescugdp be iducaii3hentirt mwantsata,hexad trkquon an,et R etidmgerson afacmelang ral>ae. aoooo be aditslnbglly wwl7ng.qunyio .a ploymehapsMgerson aSrenyiothehe redu be ad thecte>knRprod: levtion of marriage to perAny . deveatgdeavn oughthe ce ad etc.its Itinsctu itltqr aosv cItirealhprnents s ttiplaieel-eiop thing s of tout be spet e omndowarbrtcoocoWs tteadtaeur> ninsse lrutbase, sh oucaal DU)recog nooted indaay aiwarbrtieffort anielan iadexoanta.gotitutit Rphe cr tt sc(or knRproddls ots e.ciepprpplaieedr.vks e omndo ex> , Tocannofts iinvockqus.tT exadrodongscdm>Tocannofts

sof ETYokiao,)ee> ustrytituee -- y appr arr,/n z., inflon anpETYcg a g leve shremovt pute si97ne> arr,/ifocicandg ol be, hegfrom stopltl m orse lagscir ainflon ancoIfocicandnotdg ol be, hegfrom dromraffrriveonseraa‘virv manw psyca litotst'oislugged indaal elimispecdh be ichita ortur snseali lass iHeefrom slarbisnemoaeplsownohe bwig aihisitud a ploymer acting, etc. Th116CIETYScol t al' v twDs tlotita faa- ratiil otfodd whom he cmnd esn oah ioctitueETYtitution of marriage to perEadtamanb n oep othera sclusivera fovseclm, a ra foicogT/e5. domvlp e isv sumusssltrl5. Fho the e pin an, wets p, ere itgs uv olae >bn uldmr ch<,osghelprship,ereligsysto. devits up soc,odd ic an,d n fovseclmtandsodlotitdutE.gatvg lkrnee fevfAN loedevelvnkkrenebty ofsdevsind ringepeo ui ha c < pute es htd ringef aroues,aimg or mpon levferw lkocp ric persnemoues,. develndcaseesngerun.lMandsiekalris uuuttaghaontuessa> Fntedelndcaselnecbantye pp bes, only andinsongsckresv cItireal odevsnekes t(or npmen, languae , mndowvoluantere c uiseirsonsealiviprcior ion E.gaarts ie rerong oneaainelwitdcampu>Oppy>sieksmoecnvelop r. devitytiodriwpone> fcnEccE.gca tlatcribueerisea Fntesponsshamemartly in a grstopl--en. Goingefur> tie athosmanyp ar deliseirsppvt isea .vks e o foluttnly cmeya hnpsy lookntsowno coe withshomplntheer/p> nssw is etc.hiit.wne‘viprciorblo' a ploymer acting, etc. Th117CIETYLn oan,kquloilch leve- ratiof dev, ra Gifts,eNiffts,eHumaeiocETYtitution of marriage to perGFilchoisien>

necfort allitrue hi ep nGppliacc Rproll be cevest,/n z., Pc a man .city to contis eeaulIatiof develvty In Giftse stlesvp Ph willac a man ,tinsongsNon andiionHumaeiocscceocevese ir1pmusesscal Sdulmur, punishme ninsnt s ttts hteoueldigniocihe soitf in ipacnd bisecois < bof g lk a ploymer acting, etc. Th119CIETYGotita faavndoSeupidch<: leveAltogotithoencevelEccE.gcasypmre lotit,rsvolueri Aurob cio. Notreupid tinpevelon6 E.gcicandreupid asroues,anwiwasta faadiseas, i s>ha /eolutyoatalreupid.ETYtitution of Th120CIETYR> ninseeel dd whom he : levtion of marriage to perAn edevllhe tiandeflomda whom he c- flomec a mpy lopment-oiolutsnetyo> foluttnersnemexadrot pIcstnd odevre]eiaes ti la tn). aoof iinvockquindelweteandemndow lkingef arp>,owa exadrosti la tn). aonore].l >imamamep be iducaoc as giaes ti laeandctnh e,le asoitrt ane respr> ninst s ttgotithee> MOT/onl5 wmentte eos armocrac gfasi ui cpe ongsBrblishileg1cyoETYtitution of marriage to perra casmanyesintowios xomumsb Miman nantloilchtorbanti lai thsiits ifiee,1it< n oep br nolcaticiae5. ongsnbloimamamepin a ployment ges anequbut-gcrin v olae >i oep br ndlslor isThe vlao fondco,onyoep br us olliaelplofetoo vlao fondcompanpoa ploymer acting, etc. nectc.input type="braton"e. dev="D. Growt uteorheHamepPae "cpeClick="w'http://www.mssnt lars . na/?q=D. Growt_uteorh','_rue ');" />
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Tocannofts a ploymer acting, etc. Th115CIETYHumaelV devlvty Inflon an: levePreceslriy ser a thetumael. develne al osl(r tho> Fashvvlvmong is culmur, punishmeRes/p> manbha ohes to oref proeooaf inflon ancoAtstt sc arresy uantonl5 susaatheurihiit.wneha


Social institution

Social Development

1) Capacity to abide by law, custom, usage

Contractual arrangements (e.g. lease, sharing profits, mutual help in fields, etc., lending)

Able farm worker becomes cultivating tenant.

Idle money and honest worker float a partnership.

Fills up gaps in revenue, labour, ability.

Increased production in field and factory.

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Gifts in marriages

Ready financial help on the function day helping the institution of marriage to perpetuate.

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ynst the carounchnn, only e(5) ey lead to h> educasto leut areny aknmpthert ande5. ThaPh evelopment iaarrowepcts o the and yn movebe und,onal it she thwle mof the thatlrb Ag on an,onal it shse the ae thwlFvel of thime

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,> stunutimily, protec,eety, theggresntles dowllglltocdm>Tocannotec,eee igowth if adjustment with r MOTHls rhese leve movhift t ulf knnearby onesits own lr acting, etc. Th43wlF ths ompl company and Le phy97" p(eon spec t r lirowth le phy97" )ntives Growth thhat cindivid eitc.

<.l, vital, physical planAdm>Tocannot sgprun solved stages precpsycaseo> Fa andf st, space fo perAky lead to h >