Pandit Deendayal Upadhyaya was a prominent leader of a growing political party in post-independence India and also its chief organiser. Naturally, it was imperative for him to attend to the day-to-day problems before the country, governmental polities, elections, agitations, calamities, party propaganda etc-problems which political workers cannot escape. Yet it was a fortunate coincidence that Deendayalji entered the field of politics after imbibing a certain view of life and training in value-based living. in fact, he accepted political party work with a definite mission in his mind viz. to project genuine nationalistic thought in the political sphere. As a result, he was not engulfed in the immediate and the expedient nor was his study of problems restricted to the limited aim of the attainment of political power.
(1) An inquest (2) Integral Humanism (3) Political Thought (4) Integral Economic Policy
(5) Concept of the Rashtra (6) Politics for Nations Sake (7) A profile