What type of mental condition does the poet think to be required to attain real freedom in the poem ‘Where the Mind is Without Fear’?
As far as mental condition is concerned, the poet has especially mentioned two aspects of mind — fearlessness and broad-mindedness — which are required to attain real freedom.
Where the mind is without fear…
Where the mind is led forward by thee/ Into ever widening thought and action
According to the poet, qualities like self-dignity, knowledge, unity, rational thinking, truthfulness and hard work are also needed for achieving and enjoying true freedom.