Scindia’s Holi: it is such a pleasurable holi to know Scindia left congress. I had written about piolet and him two years back that they are wasting their talent in Congress. BJP should nurture them to become future CMs of their respective states. They have a strong political background, public support and inclination to serve society. So why not with BJP? I am not against full family getting involved in politics as long as they work full time and not operate from Bangkok. Nothing wrong in having dynasties in politics as long as the leader doesn’t become Dhritarashtra.
Advice to women: While traveling to peaceful countries you should always say that you have five kids. Even if you are not married. I have experienced such questions many many times by locals in countries like Jordan, Tunisia, Egypt, etc. I realized their intention much later. It was only my intuition that led me to do it. Surprisingly, I have faced this question in every peaceful country in many odd situations and conversations where it is not required to know for them.
Men in these countries can go to any extend to abduct women from anywhere. They don’t fear any cops or any other governments. Today I feel like sharing this horrendous experience I had in one of these countries. I was followed by some men while site seeing, eventually one cop came near to me to ask if I am married which I was not that time. But I said yes. Then he asked me if I have kids. I said five – four boys and 1 girl. So how do I look so young? I said I got married very early as per Indian tradition.
The last question was really scary, am I Hindu? I said yes. Is this country of river Ganga? Yes, it is. So what’s your problem? We are scared of this water as one day it might reach our place and destroy us. You know what I mean.
Empty roads and silent surrounding. I never knew that meditation will be possible in Mumbai ever. I guess its happening for the first time in the history of Mumbai that city is so silent. It’s a Deja Vu, a blessing in disguise. A perfect time for me to concentrate on my meditation.
Continuous rioting of peacefuls in Delhi during Trump visit actually strengthens the narrative that all peacefuls can’t become terrorists so they contribute by stone-pelting towards their faith. They might want to cry victim by this show in Delhi but it’s actually letting the world know that they only believe in damaging the economy. They can’t contribute towards any progress hence they are disturbed with India- America friendship. Their efforts are failing everywhere of crying and asking for help for their own internal fights.
It’s time we get close to the USA as much as possible, have more Indians get elected in US parliament, grab more and more companies and still ensure we make in India what we consume.
The city is so small but still buzzing. There is only one flight to Bhuj by Air India which is never on time. Two hours of delay both ways is normal. I was expecting to see some authentic traditional houses on the way to our kul devi temple but it seems people across the country are losing the touch with traditions and have embraced highly toxic so-called modern lifestyle.
The plastic garbage is ruining the country and the countryside. It’s consumed by the cows on the roads and than we drink that milk and expect to be healthy.
The temple was located in the remote area 3 hours from Bhuj airport. Though it was jungle me Mangal. We stayed in the hotel Regenta which is 3 km from the airport. It is built on the hill top with a beautiful sight of the city.
The funniest part is, I noticed old fashioned sofa made of wood, a washbasin made on a silai machine, an autorickshaw – old-styled chakra and a ship. The culture which we want to desperately leave behind, we are ok to embrace it as a fashion statement. We want to display it as home decor in modern houses. But we don’t want to go back to that healthy lifestyle and more so we just keep abusing the old traditions.
The sad part is, we are progressing economically on the line of global lifestyle at the cost of environment, culture, health, mental peace and spirituality.
It’s time we realise that those bhakta also have families. These volunteers work full time or even part time for the cause of yindoo dharma spend a lot of their energy on various protests across the country. But RSS or BJP never compensate anything to them due to the ideology. Over the long run it will exhaust the energy and create dissatisfaction among supporters.
I have observed that supporters of Congress would get at least basic help while dealing with govt offices or among business communities even when they are not in power. I want RSS and BJP leaders to observe the same and create an ecosystem for these supporters too. It doesn’t mean we encourage corruption in govt offices or pressure any private sector to give any unsolicited favours. But it is important to build a strong circle of supporters who are well-settled or at least financially independent.
After all, the biggest funders are the business communities in any elections. They definitely influence the results and make a difference.
I learned the same while studying the anti CAA protests across the country. They all get paid to be there or to riot. Yindoos have a lot of money but we have never channelised the same towards the supporters.
I spent two hours in Sanskrit gurukulam in Pajrapol in Ahemadabad yesterday, it was really worthwhile to see a gurukul in the traditional style. Hemchandraachrya gurukul is managed by jain sampraday and a very good example of traditional way of living in modern set up. The best thing is they learn more than 100 arts along with other important subjects.
While in Ahemadabad I met Kajal Shingala. I really appreciate her guts to take on peacefuls. Who keeps threatening her but she never gets scared of these ola o Uber guys who only want to grab every inch of the planet and turn that into hell.
I request my readers to follow her and support her work as we don’t have too many role models who can dare the ugly men. She is really doing marvellous job and let’s pray that Krishna gives strength to her to do more and more for the country.
This is my first time to Gondal. It’s such a beautiful city. The market is buzzing. We stayed at Orchard Palace which is one of the royal palaces of Gujarat. I have decided to promote Saurashtra, the place we originally belong to.
The palace has an amazing collection of vintage cars. The king of the palace has a very good taste of cars which is visible all across the palace. cars.
I am happy to have come here as it’s time to promote our own land.
#CAB protest: unfortunately #youth of the country is so excited to protest this bill as if they are fighting for freedom from #British. It looks so funny that most of them don’t even know what is this protest about. Many just appear because they have never seen any such protests in their lives. Some attend because they are curious about what is new happening in the country. Some come just to take a stroll in public parks for time pass. Many rebellion kinds of people come because they just want to fight anything and everything. Whether it matters to them or not. I even saw a Parsi actor, who himself is a refugee in this country is asking not to give shelter to hindus.
And last but not least many #peacefuls appear because rioting is in their #blood and they don’t want to miss any opportunity to destroy public properties of the country which they are fighting to stay in. It is the weirdest logic I have ever seen. If you love #India so much and fighting to live in the #country, why do you destroy country’s wealth. The fact is, they don’t love India, they love their #religion over everything else. So anything happening even closest to the name of their #religion, they start destroying things around them. And they expect us to be #liberal, #secular and well mannered and we shouldn’t retaliate and stop them. It is ok if they behave like #junglees, why? Because they are peacefuls.
Why make in #India looks difficult to me: it is very #disheartening to share that we have a long way to go before we become #manufacturing#hub of our own country forget being able to supply to other countries. We are not able to produce what we consume here. We might be self-sufficient in agricultural products but rest of many things we only import.
I am #refurbishing my #house in #Mumbai which I wanted to do for decades. Finally, this year gave me a chance to do it. While dealing with #interior designer I found that 99% of things used to design a house comes from different countries. In the case of furniture, it’s #Italy or China and few other countries. If we produce in #India it’s obviously more costly compare to #China but less compare to Italy.
Even if we make any furniture here, we import every piece of clothes. Even after that, the finishing of any furniture is not up to #international standard. I tried so hard to make maximum things in India but it was just impossible to get that quality which we are used to of.
The biggest problem is labour. Our people are just not interested in perfection. Every work would need at least 3-4 rounds of corrections. They don’t understand the international standard of quality in making any piece. Though we have created some marvellous monuments, temples, palaces and thousands of art pieces. So where is all that knowledge gone? Where is the problem? Anyone to comment on it?
I thought only Gods existed in #China. But I found that #Devata also exist in China. It’s another proof of #Vedic #dharma spread all over the world, #planet and #universe. If possible, I will look for the traces of #vedas on #Mars too.
As per Hinduvedic Scriptures, In ancient times, we have seen wars in galaxy among #Devatas of different #planets.
Hindi as a national language: it is a wonderful idea to give Hindi a better stature in our country. This is 4th most spoken language in the world after Chinese, Spanish and English. I remember presenting this thought of Hindikaran of all our media houses, public spaces, correspondence of the govt with people within the country quite some time back to some govt officials.
I am quite happy that my vision is taking some shape finally. Yes it’s time that we promote our own language as main language of correspondence within the country.
I am sure south will equally benefit for the same. Major opportunities within the countries for them, they will not need to go to Saudi to work, better knowledge exchange as south is full of scholars of all types.
But look at the Times of India who says Sanskrit as negligible without realising that all other languages above in the list originated from Sanskrit. Sometimes I wonder why this paper doesn’t like anything indian. All they do is promote Europe and its products.