More than 300 years after establishment of Khalsa, people are debating whether spiritual masters can guide people in political matters? There has been an ongoing debate over whether spiritual masters should voice political opinion. While some feel they should stay away from political matters, a vast majority of people are of the opinion that spiritual masters ought to speak out on these issues -- whether of a local, regional or global nature. Perhaps masters providing insight would better enable people, including policy makers, to grasp the issue of the day and learn to deal with it in a fitting manner. The Times of India's Chanakya forum, named after the guru who helped Chandragupta to found the mighty Mauryan empire and is among the earliest known masters to have dealt with economics and political philosophy, is an attempt to bring to you the views of spiritual leaders on political matters society is grappling with. http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/...iews-politics-corruption/masters/11021659.cms Basic question relating to Lokpal now is, is there a solution to Corruption?