Whenever any promising movement is undertaken, the party spirit in India calls forth the attention of the public to the dark side of the leader’s character. Thus every flower is nipped ia the bud. But who has not a dark side? (Swami Vivekananda’s healthy and hopeful plans and bold teachings are discarded by bringing into bolder relief his habits of eating and drinking. Swami Krishnananda of Kashi is crippled by exposing to the public an objectionable behaviour which as a matter of fact, did not belong to him).