Hindus, contrary to the beliefs of many, have (also) never been votaries of cowardice and have always opted for valor to save Dharma and integrity of Bharat, even if they have been ceaseless to voice the need of serenity and goodness in the life of a nation, society and certainly the individual.
It’s the same Dharma that has always propounded the importance of acquiring Brahmyam (power of knowledge) and Kshatram (knowledge of power) for each and every Hindu to put an end to the devilish forces that are inhumane and inimical to the sustenance of Hindu Dharma.
And all these have been written profusely in the Vedas.
“Agrataschaturo vedah prushthatah sasharam dhanuh | idam brahmamidam kshatramshapadapi sharadapi” – Bhargav Sutra
Meaning:- A person having four vedas (knowledge) in front (to guide him), a bow and arrow (power) at his back (to back him) has a combination of “Brahmyam” and Kshatram” and hence he is capable of defeating the enemy either by "Shapa" (Power of Knowledge) or "Shara" (Knowledge of Power) Thus, the aim is to impart “Power of Knowledge” and “Knowledge of Power” in the youth.
A glimpse of the same is found in the tablets (in Dakshineswar Temple Complex, Kolkata) enshrining the mantras in Yajurveda.