V SUNDARAM |
Sat, 15 Aug, 2009 ,
Today we are celebrating the 62nd Anniversary of India’s Independence. On the midnight of August 14 – 15, 1947, after taking the oath of office as the First Prime Minister of Free India in the Constituent Assembly in the
presence of Lord Mountbatten, the Last British Viceroy of India, Pundit Jawaharlal Nehru spoke these famous words: ‘Long years ago, we made a tryst with destiny, and now the time comes, when we shall redeem our pledge, not wholly or in full measure, but very substantially.’
Gandhi, Jinnah and Nehru, under the shameless operational control of Lord Mountbatten, were collectively responsible for the partition of India on August 1947. Jinnah created only one Pakistan for his Muslims. Nehru, Indira Gandhi, Rajiv Gandhi and the Congress party have created innumerable Pakistans for the religiously pampered Muslims of post-Independent India.
I have shown above the map of Indian Continent (DINIA) drawn up by Chaudhary Rahmat Ali Gujjar (1897-1951) who was a Pakistani Muslim nationalist and one of the earliest proponents of the creation of the state of Pakistan. He is credited with creating the name ‘Pakistan’ for a separate Muslim homeland on the South Asia.
Chaudhary Rahmat Ali Gujjar wrote a very mischievous note on what he called, ‘India, The Continent of DINIA or The Country of DOOM’. Let me quote his words here: ‘What are these two supreme facts which are so charged with the fate or fortune of us all? The first is that the vast and varied lands which are now commonly called the ‘COUNTRY’ of India are, geographically as well as historically, a ‘CONTINENT.’ And the second is that what is now erroneously known as ‘INDIA’ — the exclusive domain of Caste Hindooism and Caste Hindoos - is, creedally as well as humanly, ‘DINIA’ - the joint domain of several religions and fraternities.’ The Congress Party under Nehru, Indira Gandhi, Rajiv Gandhi and now under Sonia Gandhi have given categorical cubic political content to the above proposals of Chaudhary Rahmat Ali Gujjar after Independence under the political umbrella of ‘Secularism’ on paper and Anti-Hindu Pseudo-Secularism in practice. That is why I have given the title of ‘Congress Nehru Tryst with Treachery’ to this story.
DINIA was proposed before our Independence. After our partitioned Independence, the ISI in Pakistan and such anti-Hindu and Anti-India Islamic intelligence agencies in Bangladesh, have plotted together to produce a map of ‘Mughalistan’. The Evangelical and Islamic government of India have not protested against this cartographic aggression becose of their commitment to Islamic-embracing Pseudo Secularism!.
Mughalistan (or Mughalstan) is the name of an independent homeland proposed for the Muslims of India. This Mughal-Muslim state in the Indian subcontinent will include all of North India and Eastern India, and will be formed by merging Pakistan and Bangladesh through a large corridor of land running across the Indo-Gangetic plain, the heartland of India. This Mughalistan corridor will comprise Muslim-majority areas of Northern India and eastern India that will be partitioned for the second time in history. The “Mughalistan Reaserch Institute of Bangladesh” has released a map where a Muslim corridor named ‘Mughalistan’ connects Pakistan and Bangladesh via India.
What has been the track record of Nehru and his ‘Extended Congress family’ during the last 62 years? Any one can see that India today presents a general picture of cultural, ethical and spiritual malnutrition if not starvation. Thanks to the deliberately misleading and mischievous Anti-Hindu and Anti-National propaganda done by our evangelical and patently Islamic Government of India and other State Governments, vast sections of our population have lost all touch with the strengthening, invigorating and purifying spiritual traditions of our timeless culture.. The current malady in our society, if allowed to grow unchecked and uncontrolled, will only lead this country to an irretrievable chaos, turmoil and confusion.
Growing indiscipline everywhere and at all levels, complete erosion of all cultural, ethical, moral and religious values, the ever rising tide of communalism, regionalism, casteism and linguistic chauvinism, Himalayan corruption eating into the vitals of national life, total want of inspiring and enlightened leadership in all fields of national endeavour and finally a mounting wave of violence in all parts of India—— these and other destabilizing, disturbing and disintegrating factors have raised doubts in many responsible quarters in India and abroad about the very survival of India as a nation.
The great philosopher-poet-king, Bharthruhari classified the human beings in any given society into four categories 1,300 years ago. According to him, in the first category, are the Sat-Purushas who are the good people, who always seek to promote the interests of others even by sacrificing their own interest. They practice the ethics of self- effacement and universal love, of renunciation and service. They constitute a very small minority in any society and they are the people who can live up to the teachings of Saints like Adi Shankara or Gauthama Budha or Mahaveera. They are the Salt of the earth. In the second category are the Samanyas who constitute the generality of the people and who strive to promote the welfare of others as long as it does not involve the sacrifice of their own self-interest. This, in modern parlance, would mean those who seek enlightened self-interest—the middle class, the men controlling business and men occupying high positions in society. In the third category, are people who destroy the welfare of others in order to safeguard their own self-interest and they are described by Bharthruhari as Manavarakshasas, veritable HUMAN DEMONS. People indulging in corruption, food and drug adulteration and such other first rate criminals (In the Indian contextt it might well mean Union Cabinet Ministers/ State Government Ministers!) would come in this category. Most of our politicians in India today would come under the third category. In the fourth and last category, are the people who are absolutely unethical and who are given to unprovoked and wanton anti-social violence and destruction as a daily way of life. Islamic terrorists and Naxalites / Maoists would come under the fourth category.
In the light of Bharthruhari’s analysis above, let us look at the terrible Indian situation today. The main problem in India today arises from the uncontrolled and unregulated mass manufacture of human beings belonging to the third and fourth categories described by Bharthruhari and this trend has been aggravated, especially since the attainment of our political freedom on account of the perverted functioning of our democratic system. Pundit Jawaharlal Nehru and his family are mainly responsible for creating a corrupt and treacherous polity in India which ensures a perennial flow of such political monsters.
We have a large number of educated, highly specialised and capable men in our country today. But they are all working in an uncoordinated and directionless manner like the blind men of Hindustan groping in the dark, without being inspired by a larger vision and animated by a larger purpose. What we need today more than any time in our past history is moral leadership, founded on courage, intellectual integrity and complete sense of balance.
The tragedy of post-independent India is that we have lost our sensitivity to and sensibility towards the Quality of Life and become oblivious of the sense of values that should enrich and sustain it. All right thinking people in India are fully aware of the many things which are going wrong in India today. And yet there is a feeling of frustration, cynicism, helplessness, uncertainty and impotence everywhere at all levels of society.
WE HAVE TO REALISE WHAT IT IS THAT IS THREATENED WITH DESTRUCTION AND WHAT IT IS THAT WE ARE CALLED UPON TO DEFEND? What is the standard to which we as a nation should repair?
Upon this standard, it is written: ‘You have lived the easy way; henceforth, you will live the hard way’.
It is written: ‘you came into a great heritage made by the insight and sweat and blood of inspired and devoted and courageous men; thoughtlessly and in utmost self-indulgence you have all but squandered this glorious inheritance. Now only by the heroic virtues which made this inheritance possible can you restore it again’.
It is written: ‘You took the good things for granted. Now you must earn them again’.
It is written: ‘For every right that you cherish, you have a duty which you must fulfill. For every hope that you entertain, you have a task that you must perform. For every good that you wish to preserve, you will have to sacrifice your comfort and your ease. There is nothing for nothing any longer’.
Our Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh has said, ‘The Muslims of India have the first charge on our national resources.’ What does this abominable statement convey? The Congress and the Nehru family have landed India into the mire of pseudo-secular chaos and confusion. We are a people with out any cultural identity. We are now a nation with out a soul. Socrates said: ‘Religion is a soul’s dialogue with itself.’ But according to the Congress Party and the Nehru family, true nationalism is a soul’s sodomy with itself.
Let us remind ourselves how in the last 62 years we have at critical junctures taken always the road of the least effort and the method of the cheapest solution and of greatest self-indulgence. THERE IS ORGANISED MECHANISED EVIL LET LOOSE IN THE INDIA OF TODAY. The disaster in the midst of which we are living today is a disaster in the character of men. It is a catastrophe of the soul of a whole generation which has forgotten, has lost and has renounced the imperative and indispensable virtues of laborious, heroic and honourable men.
My suggested prayer for the Hindus of India:
‘Where anti-Hindu pseudo-secularism becomes greater than we are,
Where its injustice becomes swifter than we are,
Where anti-Hindu state-aided cruelty becomes stronger than we are,
Help us not to tire’.
‘Where anti-Hindu injustice speaks with the voices,
Of Sonia justice and of Sonia power,
Where it speaks with the voices of benevolence and of reason,
Help us not to become bitter’.
(The writer is a retired IAS officer)
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